All four of SirTobi’s wonderful Aurelian videos are now available: Episode 1 Episode 2 Episode 3 Episode 4
Hello again and welcome back. In the first podcast of 2016 I’ll discuss the newest HONOUR game, Freejumper, coming in May. I hope you enjoy it. best, Sam To download the podcast, right click on the button below and choose download.
We’re offering a big discount on the Maurice cards and books, and the Longstreet books for April. See the store for details. Also a big discount on smaller overseas packages; if your order is 2lbs or less (that means two of these smaller items in the sale), we can ship overseas for only $19. Finally, […]
If you’re not yet familiar with the work of Scott Washburn and his Paper Terrain and Paper Figures, check out his site: http://www.paperterrain.com He has a huge line of Napoleonic figures and terrain now. This is a perfect way for people to get started in Napoleonics with big armies, but without the money and time […]
Have you been considering trying Aurelian, the new game about the Crisis of the Third Century, but you don’t have any figures for the Romans, Persians, Germans, or Sarmatians? These unit tiles are the perfect solution. The Tiles are printed on thick glossy card stock, the same as all playing cards for HONOUR games. They contain […]
Sam is the guest on this month’s episode of “I’ve Been Diced” with Tom Grant.
The two latest sets of unit cards for Blücher are now available. König und Vaterland is a big set of nearly a hundred cards, providing players with all the units and commanders for both the early- and late-war Prussian army. Sunset of the Ghazis is also a larger-than-usual set (with 76 cards), providing everything you […]
Check out this nice video review of our Russian card set by Kurtus Brown:
The army of the Tsar of all the Russias was a tough, disciplined force, armed to the teeth with plentiful artillery. They proved to be formidable opponents for Napoleon’s armies, and ultimately victorious over his attempt to conquer their homeland. Holy Mother Russia is a set of 58 unit cards, providing all of the Russian unit cards for Blücher. This set contains […]
During the wars of the French Revolution, the French called their Austrian enemies “kaiserlicks,” a mispronunciation of the German word for “imperial.” The humble kaiserlick was a well-trained and well-equipped soldier, the most consistent and frequent enemy of the French Republic and Empire. Kaiserlicks is a set of 67 richly colorful heavy-duty poker-sized cards, covering the army of the Austrian […]