Easy to build: This paper model kit is easy to assemble, requiring just cardstock paper sheets to print on (110 lb. or 199gsm recommended), scissors, hobby knife, paper glue, aluminum ruler and cutting mat. Assembly time is about an hour.
15mm to 30mm scale: This model is designed at the popular 28mm-30mm gaming scale, and can be shrunk down to 15mm, 20mm or 25mm... [click here for more]
Colonies in Turmoil are for wargaming in a casual and engaging manner, battles set in the North American colonies from 1754 (start of The French and Indian War) to 1783 (end of The American Revolutionary War, also known as The American War of Independance). During the period the protagonists used similar linear battlefield tactics common to The Seven Years War in Europe, but finding that they needed... [click here for more]
The design philosophy of the Gunpowder rules provides a simple approach that can be used to play wargame battles at brigade or higher command levels, irrespective of the figure scale (6mm, 10mm, 15mm, 25mm and even 1/32 scale) with your own current models and common basing formats currently in use. There are many very good rule sets aimed at a specific period in the hobby which provide a detailed... [click here for more]
These are just the bare bones of the 2nd edition rules for those of you who cannot wait until the full version or who think they can do without vibrant background stories, witty commentary, boats, water creatures, more scenarios…
You now only need the Freebooter's Fategame cards and a starter box with the miniatures for each player to go on a wild ride of gaming!
So grab... [click here for more]
Welcome to Hordes of Models and Buckets of Dice
Fast and enjoyable rules for playing wargames battles in the Biblical, Ancient, Dark Ages, Mediveal, Italian Wars, Gunpowder Period, English Civil War , Renaissance, Seven Years War, American War of Independance, Napoleonic Wars, American Civil War, Franco Prussian War, Victorian Period Wars, The Great War, Interwar Years and Gangland wars, World War... [click here for more]
Continents in Turmoil are for wargaming battles set in Europe and The Americas from 1792 (French Revolutionary Wars) to 1826 (Peruvian War of Independence), in a casual and engaging manner. These rules also enable players to use Imagni-nation armies set between these dates.
A typical game can be completed within 2 hours and the rule mechanics are very easy to grasp. After... [click here for more]
These rules are 1 page long. They are intended for a quick and simple horse and musket game set in the middle of the 18th Century, using 25-30mm model solders. They are meant for use at conventions or when time is short. They are cut-to-the-bone version of Steady Bayonets 1756.
The photo shows the end of a game with 10 French and 10 British regiments locked in battle. It was a French victory... [click here for more]
Fight for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness under this standard! Copied from a surviving artifact, this standard was carried by William Washington's cavalry during their campaigns in the South, including the battles of Cowpens and Eutaw Springs. This standard was created by Jane Elliott, who later married William Washington.
Flag comes as 2 high-quality PNG images in a zip folder. ... [click here for more]
As a thank you for helping us achieve over 600 Twitter followers for @Skinner_Games, we're offering this 8 page roads pack for free! Thank you all for supporting us! We appreciate all of the excellent feedback we get. Also, we're pretty active on Twitter, follow us for previews, gaming ideas, or general shenanigans!
Check out our web page, too, and feel free to leave us comments on our message boards:... [click here for more]
WINTER ADVENTURES allows you to create massive winter layouts, quickly and easly, while offering our exclusive FOLD-FLAT tree designs for easy storage.
This product requires Adobe Acrobat Reader (free download) to use.
This set includes:
• Bare tree (simple)
• Bare tree (complex)
• Coniferous tree
• Wooden bridge
• Snow/Ice bridge
• Snow/Ice caverns
• Outdoor... [click here for more]
Another preview tile set from Paper Realms! Like our other preview tile sets, you'll get six different tiles to let you build a variety of layouts. This preview represents my entry into the 2018 Cardboard Warriors' Papercuts Awards. If you've never been to the Cardboard Warriors forum, check out the link in the instructions and join in the fun!
What is included:
6 tiles featuring tile sidewalks... [click here for more]
Skinner Games' new offering in our Iconic Locations series is a for a rock ledge.
Need to declare yourself king of the pride or look out dramatically over a fallen landscape? Check out this free tile in celebration of Free RPG Day.
... [click here for more]
A taste of what's available in the full Cobblestone Streets tile set, this preview gives you six different tiles to let you build a variety of layouts. This preview represents my entry into the Cardboard Warriors' Papercuts Awards. If you've never been to the Cardboard Warriors forum, check out the link in the instructions and join in the fun!
What is included:
6 tiles featuring grass... [click here for more]
Inspire your Covenanting armies with this flag! Inspire your anti-Jacobite volunteers with this flag! This flag is said to have been used in two different wars, spanning over 100 years. Its design and bold motto mark it to have been carried by the 17th Century Scottish Covenanters in their many wars against the King. This flag is also reported to have been carried by volunteers of the City... [click here for more]
Join the Jacobites as they fight against King George!
This unusual flag is taken from a 1762 cartoon "Three Roads to John Bull's Farm." John Bull represents Great Britain and this cartoon deplores the influence of Scots on the management of the country. John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute carries this flag as five Highlanders follow the straight road towards leadership of the country. They are all... [click here for more]
Strike a blow for Bonnie Prince Charlie under this flag! Copied from a surviving artifact, this flag was carried by the Appin Stewarts during the Jacobite Rising of 1745-46. It is also very likely that this flag was also carried in the Jacobite rising of 1689, as James Philip mentions the Stewarts carrying "blue banners charged with yellow figures." Flag comes as 2 high-quality PNG images in... [click here for more]
Strike a blow for Bonnie Prince Charlie under this flag! Copied from an 18th Century illustration, this flag was carried by the Camerons during the Jacobite Rising of 1745-46.
The illustration shows that the flag is a rectangle, rather than a square (like British flags of that era). Some surviving Jacobite flags, like that of Ogilvy's Regiment, are of a rectangular shape.
Flag comes as 2 high-quality... [click here for more]
Inspire your provincial troops to battle the French and their Indian allies with this flag! It is based on a surviving artifact, which is currently in the collection of the New York Historical Society. This flag is labeled as the Louisbourg flag, though which unit carried it is currently unknown. Since most of the 1745 Louisbourg expedition was from Massachusetts, it is likely that this was carried... [click here for more]
Defend Philadelphia from the Paxton Boys with this flag of the Philadelphia Associators! Copied from a 1764 illustration, this flag was carried by the Associators, a militia organization in Philadelphia founded by Benjamin Franklin. It is possible that this flag was also carried during King George's War and the French & Indian War (1748-1760), as the design matches #9 on a list of Associator... [click here for more]
Fight for "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" under this flag! Based on a surviving artifact, this flag is associated with the Sons of Liberty as they resisted the British government. At one time it was in the possession of Nicholas Veeder, a Revolutionary War veteran who had served in the New York militia skirmishing against Joseph Brant in 1779-1780. It is quite possible that his... [click here for more]
Fight alongside the Massachusetts militia at Lexington and Concord under this flag! This flag is illustrated in a British political cartoon, published June 1775. The artist is clearly contrasting the nobility of the colonial militia (and the "Liberty" motto on the flag) with the army of "wild Irish asses".
The original illustration is in black and white, but the colors of the Union are red, white,... [click here for more]
Fight alongside the 3rd Waldeck Regiment in the American Revolution with this flag! This flag is a speculative illustration, though based in as many facts as possible.
The arrangement of the Waldeck arms is taken from a book of Louis XV's battlefield trophies, while the field of the flag is in a very Prussian style. Each corner bears the monogram of Frederick Karl August, Prince of Waldeck and Pyrmont... [click here for more]
Fight for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness under this banner! Copied from a surviving artifact, this flag is associated with the battle of Monmouth in 1778. Even though it contains the British union in the canton, the flag is more likely to be a colonial one re-used by the revolutionaries. Flag comes as 2 high-quality PNG images in a zip folder. ... [click here for more]
Raid the frontiers with Butler's Rangers and their Indian allies under this flag! This flag is based on an 1840 illustration of a surviving flag housed at West Point, said to have been captured at the Battle of Wyoming in 1778. The inscription written on the flag attributes it to the corps of Colonel Butler. Unfortunately, it does not specify whether it was carried by Butler's Rangers, or by... [click here for more]
March through New York and Virginia with the elite Continental Light Infantry under this flag! This flag is based on a 1780 deserter's description that was recorded by the British secret service. Apparently this flag was unpopular because of its fairly French design, or so the deserter claimed. It is quite likely to have been a flag that was designed and purchased by the Marquis de Lafayette... [click here for more]
Fight alongside the Americans at Fort Griswold under this flag! This flag was illustrated by an unnamed British officer who drew a detailed map of the fort, which the British under Benedict Arnold captured in September 1781. The flag appears to have seven white stripes and six darker stripes, however, the color of the stripes is currently unknown. Since it is uncertain, we offer the flag with both... [click here for more]
Fight for King Louis XVI and his unlikely American allies under this proud regimental flag! This flag appears as an illustration on a map of the siege of Yorktown in 1781. The regiment is unidentified and matches none of the known French regular regiments. It is quite possible, therefore, that it is a flag of the infantry component of the 2nd Volontaires-Etrangers de la Marine, better known as... [click here for more]
Fight for King Louis XVI and his unlikely American allies under this proud regimental flag! This flag appears in the background of a painting of George Washington, Lafayette and Tilghman at Yorktown by Charles Willson Peale. The regiment is unidentified and matches none of the known French regular regiments at Yorktown. It does share a few similarities with other French regimental flags (including... [click here for more]
Recreate the War in the Vendee with this flag! Based off a contemporary illustration, this flag was carried by the Vendean counterrevolutionaries in their battles against the Republican armies. While this flag is most likely to have been used in 1793-1794, it may have been used as late as 1815, as fighting periodically flared up in Vendee until that date.
Flag comes as three high-quality PNG images... [click here for more]
March with Anthony Wayne or the Miami Indians with this flag! Based on a surviving artifact, this flag was carried by General Anthony Wayne to the 1795 Treaty of Greenville (in present-day Ohio). There he gave it to She-Moc-E-Nish, a Miami chief. This flag currently survives in a museum in Indiana.
The flag in its current state bears a label: "A. Wayne, Commander in Chief". However, this label... [click here for more]
Laser cut MDF round basing in assorted sizes, especially suitable for anchoring random foliage.
IF YOU ARE SEEING THIS ITEM FOR SALE ON A SCAM SITE, DON'T BUY IT, YOU CAN GET IT FOR FREE AT THE WARGAME VAULT - www.wargamevault.com
These files are Creative Commons for your personal (NON-COMMERCIAL) use only CC BY-NC-SA 4.0.
Lasercut patterns in PDF, AI and SVG formats to mass... [click here for more]
Basic Battles is a free to download experimental set to expand on Basic Impetus 2.0 rules for later periods, up to Colonial warfare, where one Unit roughly represents one brigade.
It includes new rules and sample lists for: English Civil War, American War of Independence, Napoleonics, American Civil War, Anglo-Zulu War. Many more lists will follow.... [click here for more]
A model of a Coehoor mortar, used from 1750 till ACW in various roles as ship's armament, fortification or siege weapon.
It is a very little object, and the printing result in scale 25mm was not confidently.
But maybe your printer allows printing or your scale is bigger, so try it - it's free! ... [click here for more]
This supplement contains the rules for the use of allies in the Empires series (D6, Colossus, D10, D20 and Diceless) including:
Allying with another player;
Using multiple fantasy races in one army;
Ally chart for the Fantasy Realm.
The Empires Rulebook and Fantasy Expansion are required for the use of this ruleset. ... [click here for more]
Stuck for ideas on what units or upgrades to take for your next Empires Colossus game?
Then here are ten 2000 point army lists to help give you some inspiration.
Army lists for the Empires D6, D10, D20 and Diceless editions are coming soon.
To find out more about the Empires series or our other products, come see out publisher's page at:
/index.php?manufacturers_id=5603... [click here for more]
Empires Unit Update:
"The Byzantine Cataphract Lancers were a form of heavy cavalry that were used in ancient warfare. The cataphracts wore heavy scale armour which gave a high level of protection for their horse and themselves in combat. The Byzantines were not the first to uses cataphracts, other armies included: Scythians, Sarmatians, Armenian and even the Roman army. After seeing the destructive... [click here for more]
For those who have seen any of the Empires: Core Rules on Wargame Vault, or have an interest in the growing Ancients/Napoleonic’s/and soon to be Fantasy additions, here is a taster for you. If you enjoy the Campaign Scenario pack, the Diceless, D6, D10 and D20 Empires rulebooks are each avaliable on Wargame Vault for $0.99 only.
For those who own ANY of the Empires rulebooks,... [click here for more]
Want to know what all the hype is about?
The Empires rulebooks (D6,D10,D20 and Diceless) have all been the Hottest Items list on Wargame Vault; D6 edition even reached the top spot. So with the release of the Fantasy expansions, and the Roman/Celt rulesets there has never been a better time to try the Empires rulebooks for yourself.
We are offering a sample of what is in the D6 version of Empires.... [click here for more]
For those who have played the Fantasy rules for Empires; here are a few campaign scenarios to liven the game up a bit!
Included are 6 uniqie scenarios, and a choice of 8 unique changes you can make for your commander during the campaign; whether your a commander that likes getting Stuck In or a commander that is a Graduate of Magical College.... [click here for more]
With the release of the Elven Forces for Empires, we thought to add another character for all armies to use in the Fantasy Realm.
The Night Elf Assassin is an outlaw, even to their Night Elf kin. Willing to work for all races in return for Gold; they are notorious for stealth, and their incredible knife work.
This ruleset contains the D6, D10, D20 and Diceless edition rules for the Night Elf Assassin.... [click here for more]
Following the Fantasy Campaign Scenarios and ruleset here is a small sample of what we (War of Life Gaming) were thinking as a starter for the Dwarf armies.
The full ruleset will be released within the next two weeks alongside the Elven Forces; all of which will be made into D6, D10, D20 and Diceless editions.
Feel free to tell us what you think about the Dwarves by email or Facebook!
Praise... [click here for more]
Due to the recent re-release of this model from a particular model maker...we have released our rules to conincide with the Empires: Fantasy Expansion.
The Hydra rules are for D6, D10, D20 and Diceless editions; so go wreak havoc with the multi-headed serpeant!
To find out more about the Empires series or our other products, come see out publisher's page at:
/index.php?manufacturers_id=5603... [click here for more]
Officer your British regiments with this new book of paper soldiers! Each officer carries a fusil, or light musket, and each regular British regiment is represented. From the proud 1st Royal Scots, to the fearsome 42nd "Black Watch" Highlanders, to the experimental 80th Regiment of Light-Armed Foot, these officers are ready to join your armies! This book includes figures in four common scales:... [click here for more]
James Wolfe achieved fame during the climactic Battle of the Plains of Abraham in 1759, but his career spanned much more than that. Before commanding the British expedition to capture Quebec, Wolfe had fought at Dettingen, Culloden, and the siege of Louisbourg. Now you can muster Wolfe into your paper army with this paper soldier! ... [click here for more]
Robert Monckton served in the British Army during the Seven Years' War. Most famous for serving as one of James Wolfe's brigadiers during the siege of Quebec, Monckton also fought in Acadia and commanded the successful British expedition against Havana. Now you can muster Monckton into your paper army with this paper soldier! ... [click here for more]
This unusual purple flag was preserved at Gillhall mansion in Ireland. It bears the hallmarks of being carried by an Irish volunteer unit during the latter 18th Century; however, the "Gill Hall Volunteers" do not appear in the lists of volunteer units. It may have been a militia of sorts for the Gillhall estate. Perfect for "what-if" scenarios such as a French invasion of Ireland in 1780, a landing... [click here for more]
A FREE variant (with John Hill's written permission) of the Johnny Reb 3 rules set for use with American War of Independence (AWI) 15mm figures. Requires ownership of the JR3 rules. ... [click here for more]