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Paul at Warlord Games Sponsoring Member of TMP of Warlord Games writes:

We have new pieces of Battle-Ready Scenery for you in the form of this superb five-pointed star fort and a lunette.

They come ready-assembled and painted, each having been hand-crafted. These will make your battlefield sing and your games come to life (no, not literally – I'm channeling my inner bard)!

Battle-Ready 5-Pointed Star Fort

Suitable for most European or North American conflicts between 1590 and 1800. The gateway entrance was often protected by a ravelin, forcing the enemy to expose its flank during any attack.

Battle-Ready 5-Pointed Star Fort

A most notable example would be the Fort Bourtange star fort, restored to its 1750 situation, Groningen (province), Netherlands. Built in 1593, its purpose was to control the only road between Germany and the city of Groningen, which was controlled by the Spaniards during the time of the Eighty Years' War.

Battle-Ready 5-Pointed Star Fort

This is the full resin five-pointed Star Fort kit, which includes:

  • 5 x Linked Gun Bastions
  • 4 x Angled Courtine Sections
  • 2 x Gateway Sides (left and right)

We would recommend the gateway side pieces are attached to each bastion with magnets, blu-tak or similar – allowing you to increase the overall size of the Star Fort with additional courtine lengths.

Battle-Ready 5-Pointed Star Fort

This is quite a large kit, measuring almost 30″ (660mm) in diameter and weighs approximately 3.5kg in total, and would make an impressive centerpiece to any Pike & Shotte or Black Powder game.

Battle-Ready Lunette Fortification

Represent the Bagration Flèches at the Battle of Borodino with this detailed resin masterpiece from Paul's Modelling Workshop.

Battle-Ready Lunette Fortification

A lunette, or redan, was a half-moon construction normally with the point toward the expected enemy advance. Smaller versions known as flèches were seen in many places during the Napoleonic era onwards, most notably at the battle of Borodino in 1812.

Battle-Ready Lunette Fortification

Battle-Ready Lunette Fortification

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