American Civil War 1861-1865

New: Black Powder ‘Glory Hallelujah!’ now in PDF

We round up the Black Powder supplement PDF releases with the glorious ‘Glory Hallelujah!’ View PDF version in Store View softcover book & FREE figure version in Store In 1860 Abraham…

Scenario: ‘Glory Hallelujah!’ Battle for Iuka – 1862

The Confederacy, striving to assert its independence, opened fire on the Northern troops occupying Fort Sumter in Charleston harbour on April 12th 1861. Determined to preserve the Union, Northern troops…

Scenario: The War That Nearly Was…

Joe Clarke has a passion for the war of 1861-1865 and has dug up some interesting background to play a slightly different scenario with your Black Powder American Civil War…

Black Powder: 1:1 Scale

With our long-awaiting American Civil War supplement for Black Powder now available to pre-order here, we were recently contacted by community member Eddie Harrington to share some photos of his…

Showcase: ‘Hangman’s Creek’ from the Border Reivers

The Warlord staff have been dusting-off our ACW collections in preparation for the release of Glory Hallelujah – the warehouse team can be seen running drills, and the studio staff are rumoured to have barricaded…

New: Glory Hallelujah!

‘Glory Hallelujah!’ – the American Civil War 1861–1865 supplement for Black Powder View in Store In 1860 Abraham Lincoln was elected President of the fledgling United States of America. Years…

Preview: Glory, Hallelujah!

“Up men! Up and to your posts! Let no man forget today that you are from Old Virginia!” There’s not long to wait now, and those immortal words from Pickett…

Preview: American Civil War Book Cover Art

12 Days of Christmas – Day 10 For the tenth installment of this year’s ’12 Days of Christmas’ countdown, the smell of Black Powder fills the air… This is the artwork being worked…

New: American Civil War Battle Set

New in Today comes the Perry Miniatures American Civil War Battle In A Box! View in Store Over 170 multi-part 28mm figures and guns plus terrain (all in hard plastic) and…

New: Carts, Caravans, Cabs and Coaches

Sarissa Precision has just sent us a whole loads of horse-drawn vehicles. Most of these are from Sarissa’s ‘Gaslamp Alley’ range, and will add a touch of authentic detail to…

New: North American buildings from Sarissa

Following on from the Waterloo terrain a couple of weeks ago we have another raft of superb laser-cut terrain from Sarissa Precision which are ideal for fighting Black Powder conflicts…

New: Machine Gun Bunker and North American Barn

More great new laser-cut wooden terrain kits from Sarissa Precision have arrived today: This machine gun bunker follows the standard utilitarian concrete design to protect gun teams. Perfect to add…

New: Resin Breastworks Set

Our new resin Breastworks come ready painted from Paul’s Modelling Workshop and can be placed straight onto your Pike & Shotte or Black Powder battlefields. These temporary earthworks were thrown up…

New: North American Dunkers Church and Bridges

More great laser-cut wooden models from Sarissa Precision, for North American Black Powder games – a Dunkers Church, a Covered Bridge and Railed Bridge. With the next Black Powder supplement…

New: American Civil War Artillery 1861-65

The far-too-prolific-for-their-own-good Alan and Michael Perry have produced another brilliant plastic kit, containing a whole selection of artillery pieces for American Civil War games. More Pictures in Webstore The set…

Woods Fighting in the American Civil War

By Paul D Stevenson Black Powder has many innovative concepts and is a great game, especially for multiple players. However, one of the problems folks find with Black Powder American…

New Plastic ACW Zouaves And Special Offers!

With the Perrys about to release their lovely new American Civil War Zouave boxed set we’re giving you the chance to get your hands on them plus loads of other…

The Bonnie Blue Flag – A Black Powder Battle Report

By David Sullivan This was to be my inaugural game of Black Powder and was fought out at The Panzer Depot store in Kirkland, Washington. We played a version of…