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 during the American War of Independence and the American Civil War as well as the French Indian War:
With the usual incredible detail, these laser-cut models provide a fantastic variety of North American buildings including log cabins and plantation houses with a variety of chimneys and porches:
This supplement for Black Powder describes the history, armies, personalities and battles of the War of Independence. Included are scenarios allowing you to recreate many of the battles of the rebellion.
The French Indian War is named after the principle enemies of the British colonies in North America – the French colonials and their native Indian allies. Wargaming this conflict combines the ordered ranks of the line infantry shipped over from Europe by Britain and France, with the skirmishing colonials, frontiersmen and native tribes. You’ll find rules for the conflict in our The Last Argument of Kings supplement for Black Powder:
A copy of the Black Powder rulebook is required to use both of these supplements. Written by the hugely talented and handsome Rick Priestley and the very tall Jervis Johnson, Black Powder is a game for the militarily inclined gentlemen with straight backs, bristling beards and rheumy eyes that have seen a thing or two.
If tales of battle and glory in days-gone-by stir nothing in your breast, if the roar of cannon does not quicken the pulse and set fire in the belly, then this is not the rule set for you. These rules are not a light hearted adventure but one to be tackled by the strong heart.