Focus: Warlord Games Volleyfire Lights!

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Bringing your games to life are these amazing Volleyfire and Firepower lights. Simulating musket fire, cannons and machine-gun fire, they’ll change the way your battle looks.

Have a look at this short video to find out more and see the lights in action.

Black Seas Volley Fire Lights

As you can see they work as a simple and elegant addition to your gaming table. Volleyfire Lights representing rows of musket or broadside cannons firing lend authenticity and immersive quality to your games.

Volleyfire Lights

The Volleyfire lights are used to show volley fire from serried ranks of troops or to simulate machine gun nest fire. When a unit shoots, the markers are placed down on a base and swathed in swirling grey smoke. As you can see from the photographs they look absolutely superb and add a great deal of drama to the battlefield.

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Volleyfire Lights are provided as a strip with lights, battery and mode button easily accessible. This gives you plenty of scope for modelling them up to match your army basing style or your terrain collection.

Depending on the conflict you’re using the lights for you can also add in gun smoke by placing pieces of cotton wool or hamster bedding over the lights (as seen in the video).

Preparing them for use on the tabletop is very easy indeed. All you need to do is glue the Firepower Light strip to a base of plasticard, place a piece of tape or Blu-tack over each light, add any ground cover (sand and gravel in our case) and give the whole assembly a blast of undercoat (or Army Painter Primer spray in the colour of your choice).

When the base coat is dry, remove the tape from the lights, give it all a quick dry brush and glueing on a little static grass or other foliage and you are ready to go!

When you have several of these strips on the table you can almost hear the crack of musket fire!

 

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