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NickNorthStar of North Star writes:

We are about to release the second starter set of figures for the game Muskets and Tomahawks.

Muskets and Tomahawks

Muskets and Tomahawks is a small-scale wargame set during the 18th Century in North America. Designed by Studio Tomahawks, makers of the Dark Age game Saga, Muskets and Tomahawks comes as a rulebook with a free deck of action cards.

For more information on Muskets and Tomahawks, visit the forum.

To support the game, we at North Star are producing a series of Starter Army box sets. The first set is the Indian War Party, available now.


The second set about to be released is the British Wilderness Force. This consists of two units of Rangers, a unit of Indians, and a commanding officer - 23 figures altogether.

British figure

The figures have been designed by Mike Owen of Artizan Designs fame; they are made of metal, supplied unpainted, and are 28mm-sized. The price is £31.00 GBP.

The third set coming in the near future is the French Wilderness Force.

Muskets and Tomahawks battle

To keep up-to-date with Muskets and Tomahawks releases, visit our Facebook page here.

Muskets and Tomahawks are carried in the U.S.A. by Architects of War and Brigade Games.