Saturday, March 18, 2017

Warlord Games - To Kill a King Pre-Order

The next supplement for Pike & Shotte can now be pre-ordered from Warlord Games:

Profiles of the Royalist and Parliamentarian Commanders.
Full colour guide to the colours used by participants in the Civil War.
Early war army lists for the Scots Covenanter Army of the Bishops’ Wars.
Bishops’ Wars Scots Royalist and English Pre Civil War Army.
The Royalist Army Lists
The Early Royalist Army
The King’s Oxford Army
The Early Oxford Army
The Late Oxford Army
The Royalist Cornish Army, 1643
The Royalist Western Army, 1644
The Royalist Northern Army
Welsh Marshes and the Anglo-Irish
Royalist Army
Battle Scenarios include:
The Battle Of Brentford 12 November 1642
The Battle Of Chalgrove Field 18 June 1643
The Battle Of Adwalton Moor 30 June 1643
The Battle Of Lansdown Hill 5 July 1642
plus a battle report for the battle of Nantwich 24 January 1644
The Parliamentarian Army Lists covering:
The Army under Lord Essex
The Armies of Sir William Waller
Fairfax’s Northern Army
The Army of the Eastern Association
Clubmen Army
The New Model Army
Specific Battle Scenarios include:
The Battle Of Cheriton 19 March 1644
The Battle Of Omskirk 20 August 1644
The Battle Report Of The Second Battle Of Newbury 27 October 1644
The Battle Of Wistanstow 8 June 1645
The Battle Of Torrington 16 February 1646
The Scottish Army Lists include:
Scots Covenanter
The Scots Royalist Army of the Marquis of Montrose
The Scots Royalist Army of 1644
The Scots Royalist Army of 1645
The ‘Traditional’ Montrose Army
Further battle scenarios look at:
The Battle Of Aberdeen 13 September 1644
Battle Report For The Battle Of Inverlochy 2nd February 1645
The Battle Of Benburb 5 June 1646
The Battle Of Winwick Pass 19 August 1648
The Irish Army Lists Include:
The Irish Catholic Confederate
Anglo-Scots Army
Ormond Irish Royalist Alliance Army
Special 'Period’ specific rules
’Late Misery of War' 8 pages of detailed campaign rules10 pages of glorious siege rules
Link: Warlord Games 


  1. Ever get the feeling you aren't living life to the full?

    "Sir Jeffrey Hudson (1619 – circa 1682) was an English court dwarf at the court of Queen Henrietta Maria. He was famous as the "Queen's dwarf" and "Lord Minimus", and was considered one of the "wonders of the age" because of his extreme but well-proportioned smallness. He fought with the Royalists in the English Civil War and fled with the Queen to France but was expelled from her court when he killed a man in a duel. He was captured by Barbary pirates and spent 25 years as a slave in North Africa before being ransomed back to England." Wikipedia

    1. Wargaming does so much for your education, doesn't it? :)


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