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Focus: PDF Black Powder Zulu & Blood on the Nile supplements

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Out today we have 2 supplements for the Black Powder games system focusing on the actions during 1879 and 1884!

PDF Black Powder Zulu supplement


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Zulu! is Warlord Games Black Powder supplement covering the Anglo-Zulu War of 1879.

This lavish 92 page supplement chronicles such legendary battles as Isandlwana, Rorke’s Drift and Ulundi. Zulu! brings you not only the background for these momentous battles but other, less well known conflicts as well as rules and force listings – all wrapped up with the usual photographs of beautifully painted miniature and armies!

You’ve seen the silver screen version of events in Zulu and Zulu Dawn – now you can refight these classic engagements on the tabletop…

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Prince Louis Napoleon, killed whilst on patrol  1st June 1879, the last descendant of the great French Emperor Bonaparte. The model can be assembled as Prince Louis with ‘assegai’ Zulu spear and either bare or helmeted head (note the distinctive blue cap), or alternatively with a cavalry sword if you’d rather create a British Officer.

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PDF Black Powder Blood on the Nile supplement


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They charged out of the shimmering desert, thousands of fanatical warriors dressed in white, brandishing fearsome weapons. These were the Mahdi’s men and a British soldier’s worst nightmare. The Mahdi had emerged from the wilderness to lead a rebellion against the Egyptian government in Sudan. His armies overwhelmed the Egyptians and trapped Governor Gordon in Khartoum. The British launched a relief expedition, but it arrived too late. Such an insult to the Empire could not go unpunished, and the British returned to crush the Mahdists. Sudan then came under British Imperial control, but, like shifting sands, history could have turned out very differently.


Using this Black Powder supplement, you can take charge of the British army fighting in the desert, or assume command of the Mahdi’s forces in their struggle against the world’s greatest military power. Along the way, learn about the battles and campaigns of the Mahdist Wars, and the soldiers who served in them.

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The free miniature with this paper supplement is based firmly on one of history’s great characters – Colonel Frederick Gustavus Burnaby. For those who don’t know much about this British officer try an internet search – he almost beggars belief! This is a superbly sculpted miniature by Steve Saleh that perfectly portrays this Victorian hero.

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A copy of the Black Powder rulebook is required to use these supplements.

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