IMPERIAL WAR JUNK YANG-WU
Reviresco’s Imperial Chinese War Junk Kit is Perfect for chasing pirates in the Yellow Sea or Taiping Rebellion and Pekin Expedition of 1860. She was built in the late 1850’s Her name is Yang-Wu and she packs a solid punch – ten 12 pound black powder muzzle loading cannon and two 18 pounder bow chasers. She is a warship of the Qing Dynasty serving... [click here for more]
This old stone bank building is perfect for Old West Gaming, for Gangsters in the Roaring Twenties. It is just the sort of place John Dillinger liked to stop and rob. With the 6 different signs provided you can use your old stone bank in many different scenarios.
Our Reviresco Kit is designed to be built over a .2 inch foam core frame. There are 7 pages for the building and 7 pages of comprehensive,... [click here for more]
6 in 1 Speed Boat and Cabin Cruiser or Lobster Boat
Scaled for 25-28mm figures, (1/64th) these boats were designed to go with the Kingsport Scenario for Call of Cthulhu. Downloadable Kit for both boats has active pdf layers so you can chose from 6 different color schemes.
Just the ticket for motoring about the harbor or unloading smuggled guns. Great for gangster games, taking Fraido... [click here for more]
Freighter SS Minos
1/64 Scale for 28mm figures Kit
It was all so romantic; a Chinese junk silhouetted against the orange glow as the sun sank into the South China Sea. But now the First Officer of the Minos vainly searched the darkening horizon for some clue to the location of the mysterious junk. She was running without lights. A bad sign, in these waters. It was a Pirate’s moon -... [click here for more]
Gunboat H.M.S. Terror“Damnation, Caruthers!” Commander Portly-Smyth waived the telegram in the air. “The bloody Indigenous Peoples* are revolting again. They have surrounded Gambezyport. The Sultan has taken refuge in the British Ambassador’s residence, and is hiding under the bed. So far, the Royal Marines have been able to keep the greasy... [click here for more]
The Haunted Lighthouse
Just a few miles North of San Diego lies a small cove with the unusual name of Calavera Cove. It was so called by the early Spanish inhabitants due to the large number of human bones scattered about the beach, presumably from the bodies of shipwrecked sailors. Seaward a half mile, only 4 feet under the surface of the Pacific at low tide, the jagged rocks of Mermaid Reef... [click here for more]