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Pike & Shotte Battalia Starter Army Pike & Shotte Battalia Starter Army
£75.00
£70.00
2 in stock
The perfect way to start your Pike& Shotte army or add additional units of the bravest Soldiers to your army. The Battalia includes the following: 80 Pike & Shotte Infantry - allowing you to make 24 pike men 48 muskets with 2 sets of Command. 24 Cavalry 10 Firelocks Plastic bases Full colour Flags for both Parliament and Royalists Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Pike & Shotte Cavalry Regiment Pike & Shotte Cavalry Regiment
£20.00
2 in stock
The 17th Century saw large standing armies in action all over Europe, in numbers previously undreamt of, and huge numbers of infantry, artillery and cavalry were raised. The cavalry of the period were mostly of the heavy variety; big horses that could barge other enemy cavalry and intimidate infantry, while carrying a determined rider protected by, at the very least, a back-and-breastplate, and us…
Pike & Shotte Cuirassiers boxed set Pike & Shotte Cuirassiers boxed set
£25.00
1 in stock
Thundering across the field of battle, resplendent in their ornate plate armour and pistols held tightly in gauntleted hands the charge of a cuirassier regiment was something to behold! With luck the regiment would stop and perform their speciality – the ‘caracole’ - a complicated, but well-executed tactic, whereby the first ranks fired their pistols in the very faces of their foe, then wheeled aw…
Pike & Shotte Dragoons Pike & Shotte Dragoons
£30.00
1 in stock
The role of the dragoon was still being defined in the wars of the 17th century. Dragoons later went on to become heavy shock cavalry who rarely got off their expensive horses. Our subjects fighting in the English Civil Wars and Thirty Years War are really mounted infantry, musketeers mounted on poorer quality horses. Their role was not glamorous, but was nonetheless vital to a 17th century genera…
Pike & Shotte Firelock Storming Party plastic boxed set Pike & Shotte Firelock Storming Party plastic boxed set
£12.50
1 in stock
Firelock companies were raised throughout the Civil Wars for a variety of purposes. Formed originally to fight in the wild bogs of Ireland where a flintlock was more easily handled than the clumsy matchlock, firelock-armed musketeers grew more common as the Civil Wars progressed, all armies sometimes fielding large units so armed. The firelock had numerous advantages over the older matchlock. It w…
Pike & Shotte For King & Country Starter Set Pike & Shotte For King & Country Starter Set
£70.00
£65.00
1 in stock
Pike & Shotte is a game of tabletop battles with model soldiers set in the 17th century. Pit your wits and tactics against your friends as armies clash in massed combat. This starter set gives you the splendid Pike & Shotte rulebook and two starter forces field them as Royalist or Parliamentarian in the English Civil Wars or as one of the many protagonists involved in the immense Thirty Years War.…
Pike & Shotte Harquebusiers boxed set Pike & Shotte Harquebusiers boxed set
£25.00
1 in stock
The sixteenth and seventeenth centuries saw the rise of the pike-armed infantryman as well as the increased firepower of black powder weapons on the field of battle. The heavy "shock" cavalry could either be fended off with long pikes or shot down, no matter how thick their armour. This change of events led commanders to rethink their cavalry tactics. As arquebuses and muskets became cheaper to ma…
Pike & Shotte Infantry Regiment plastic boxed set Pike & Shotte Infantry Regiment plastic boxed set
£22.00
1 in stock
The 17th Century saw the assembling of large regular armies equipped and supplied by the state. Many units, though not all, were uniformly attired for the first time, and formed into companies and regiments then finally brigaded together into tercios or battalias. Formations on the field could vary enormously as the situation dictated. On paper, a regiment may have ten companies of 100 men each bu…
Pike & Shotte Landsknecht Starter Army Pike & Shotte Landsknecht Starter Army
£85.00
£76.50
1 in stock
The late 15th and early 16th centuries in Europe were defined by near-constant warfare. National ‘standing armies’ were unheard of and the ambitions of empires were reliant on the mercenaries they could afford to hire. Landsknechts were instigated by the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximillian I, as a reaction to the Swiss Mercenary Pikemen that had dominated battlefields for decades before the Italian Wa…
Pike & Shotte Landsknechts with Zweihanders Pike & Shotte Landsknechts with Zweihanders
£16.00
£14.40
Out of stock
Europe in the late 15th and early 16th centuries was a place of almost constant warfare. With no organised national armies battlefields were the domain of the mercenary companies of the day – chief amongst these were the colourfully dressed Landsknechts. Landsknechts were instigated by the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximillian I, as a reaction to the Swiss mercenary pikemen that had dominated battlefiel…
Pike & Shotte Landsknect Missile Troops Pike & Shotte Landsknect Missile Troops
£18.00
£16.20
1 in stock
The late 15th and early 16th centuries in Europe were defined by near-constant warfare. National ‘standing armies’ were unheard of and the ambitions of empires were reliant on the mercenaries they could afford to hire. Landsknechts were instigated by the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximillian I, as a reaction to the Swiss mercenary pikemen that had dominated battlefields for decades before the Italian Wa…
Pike & Shotte Mortar Pike & Shotte Mortar
£15.00
1 in stock
There were few more terrifying weapons in the 17th Century than the fearsome blast of the mortar bomb. Employed largely at sieges, mortars spat their fizzing, hissing shells high into the air clearing the tallest walls or towers to crash into streets or houses below before exploding in a shattering blast. They terrorised garrisons and townsfolk alike, sometimes leading to the civilians petitioning…
Pike & Shotte Samurai Starter Army Pike & Shotte Samurai Starter Army
£75.00
£67.50
1 in stock
The Samurai are the almost mythical warrior caste of Japanese history. Their most famous exploits occurred during the Sengoku period between 1467 and 1603. With the Emperor and the Shogun unable to control the many daimyos, there was near constant fighting between the various factions. In these times the Samurai code (Bushido) became more defined and standards of fighting improved. Even the introd…

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