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Warlord Games writes:

Announcing Black Powder Epic Battles: Waterloo

Sunday, 18 June 1815, on an unassuming rain-soaked field in Belgium, two great generals of the age finally met in battle. The climactic clash of the Hundred Days campaign wrought the end of around 20 years of continuous warfare on the continent, and with it an end to the reign of Napoleon. The Battle of Waterloo, arguably the most famous battle in all military history, provides more than a fitting subject for our second foray into the Epic scale of wargaming. It's simply our biggest release ever!

Out More!

Pre-orders for Epic Battles: Waterloo are live; two brand-new starter sets, six brigade boxes, not to mention paint sets and scenery sets. There'll also be a range of fantastic value bundles; which will be the only way to secure limited-edition miniatures:

Ewart's Eagle

Sergeant Ewart of the Scots Greys snatching the eagle from an ensign of the 45th Line Infantry Regiment. Free with any bundle that contains the Epic Waterloo British starter set.

L'Enforceur's Hougoumont Assault

Sous-lieutenant Legros – nicknamed Le Enforceur – as he takes an axe to the gates at Hougoumont. Free with any bundle that contains the Epic Waterloo French starter set.

Both of the limited-edition miniatures will not be available outside the pre-order period.


To see the full range for the initial launch of Black Powder: Epic Battles: Waterloo, and to find out exactly when pre-orders will be live, hit the link below.

Countdown to Waterloo…

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