Warlord’s 4th of July Independence Day Deals

July 4, 2016 by stvitusdancern

Warlord Games is offering some special deals to help anyone get into the mood of reliving the days of the American War of Independence.

With today being July 4th we would be remiss if we did not post something related to this important period of time, not only for the United States, but for the world as it changed the political landscape for that time on.

They are offering five different levels, the first being the Rebellion! with the Black Powder rules supplement along with a cannon sprue and a Continental Army Officer miniature.

This set is perfect for anyone that may already have miniatures that they want to use or for anyone testing the waters.

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The second level is the Liberty or Death! deal which gets you the complete starter set which includes over 250 miniatures, along with scenery and the Rebellion! supplement.

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The third and fourth sets are either a British or Continental Army starter sets, they both come with an extra cannon sprue. Last but not least you have the granddaddy of them all, the 4th of July Rebellion! set.

This mammoth set includes all of the above mentioned packages all bundled into one massive set. That is close to 600 miniatures that you will receive! Even the mighty Oriskany would shudder at the prospect of all the AWI goodness sitting in front of him.

Speaking of which have you checked out his article series? These should get you in the fighting spirit.

What a wonderful way to spend some hobby and gaming days assembling and painting these armies to face each other on Breed’s Hill or how about King’s Mountain?

Which ever side you choose, remember in the end we are the best of allies and sometimes you and your cousin have to have a scrap to learn to appreciate each other.

Have you thought about playing the AWI?

"What a wonderful way to spend some hobby and gaming days assembling and painting these armies to face each other on Breeds Hill or how about King's Mountain?"