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XX001 3 x 3 cm Bases (square)
These are used for the majority of Peter Pig rule systems.   Usually infantry
40 Bases in a pack. £3.50

XX002 3x 4 cm Bases (rectangular)
Usually used for cavalry and equipment.
40 Bases per pack.
£3.50


 XX003 4 x 4 cm Bases (square)
10 Bases per pack
These are usually used for guns and generals
£2


Battle Clock £4.50 (XX020)
To record the game countdown.
Goes from 0 to 21. Most Peter Pig games use a 21 point countdown.
Diameter 3" (7.5cm)


Piggy Dice. £6
Bag of 20. Choose colour           All dice are 16mm size.       Piggy on the 6.

Pink (xx200)                                                 Black D6. (xx201)
Red D6. (xx202)                                   Orange (xx203)
Kawasaki green (xx204)                   British racing green (xx205)
Blitzkrieg grey (xx206)                           Spitfire blue (xx207)  

16mm dice. Peter Pig first produced these dice with piggy head on the 6 (instead of the traditional 1 in 2003).
Another innovation from Peter Pig.

XX004 Pair of choice dice
2 faces "I choose" 4 Faces Blank.
Used when a player wishes to choose the location of the casualties inflicted. Used in some Peter Pig rules.   £1.50 per Pair

AWI boxed sets


AWI army 8- Continental (American) late war army (WAB08)

This is army number 8 in the Washington's army rules.  This army is about as good as it gets for the Americans. It has artillery and quality regular infantry.
The packs provided will cater for the needs of the army but there may be the odd excess figure or short figure that can be diverted to where it is needed.
In WA the placement of the command base indicates the unit quality. Command base at the right/front = veteran. Command base at the centre= average. Command base at left/rear =raw.  This means you can re-configure that army at your own whim!

The commanders 4 commanders based on 3x4 cm bases. 1 General based on a 4x4 cm base. Artillery 2 field guns, each with 4 crew based on 4x4 cm bases. This is a fair bit of artillery for an AWI army.

Cavalry 3 bases of average quality dragoons. Based on 3x4 cm bases. Markers Figures to show low on ammo, disorder, casualties. All figures individually based on coins as they are markers not a part of the ranks.

Unit 1,2,3,4
Continental infantry
These are 4 units of regular line infantry. They are the backbone of the army. Each unit has 6 bases, each of four figures. 1 base of which is command.
Average quality.
Unit 5,6,7
Militia
These are 3 units of average quality militia (which is as good as militia can be).  Each unit has 6 bases. 1 base of which is the command base. All bases have 3 figures on them  (only line infantry has 4 figures to the base).

Unit 8
Long rifle militia
This unit is armed with the long Pennsylvania rifles. This unit is average quality militia. 6 bases of 3 figures of which one base is the command base. they have a greater range but lower rate of fire.   Last updated 24th March 2011

Box contents 31,19(x3),20(x2),21(x5),22(x2), 27(x2), 25(x3), 26(x3), 37,38,33,35, 16(x2), 17, 43,44,45,48= 32 packs
Bases= 2 packs of 3x3 bases. 10 (3x4) bases, 3 (4x4) bases
£99   

This army is a boxed set for WA. You save a few pounds by buying as a boxed set. The pack contents cannot be changed (it is a pre-packed set) but you can use the numbers as an aid to designing your own army if you wanted something different, and just put the numbers you want through the shopping cart.

 



AWI army 4- British Southern late war army (WAB04)

This is army number 4 in the Washington's army rules.  This is an excellent British army. It is tough and hard fighting. The loyalist militia are there to support their sovereigns troops.
The packs provided will cater for the needs of the army but there may be the odd excess figure or short figure that can be diverted to where it is needed.

In WA the placement of the command base indicates the unit quality. Command base at the right/front = veteran. Command base at the centre= average. Command base at left/rear =raw.  This means you can re configure that army at your own whim!

The commanders 3 commanders based on 3x4 cm bases. 1 General based on a 4x4 cm base. Artillery 2 battalion guns, each with 4 crew based on 3x3 cm bases. Each of these guns will be attached permanently to a regular infantry unit.

Unit 1,2,3,4
British line infantry.
These are 4 units of regular line infantry. They are the backbone of the army. Each unit has 6 bases, each of four figures. 1 base of which is command.
Average quality.
Markers Figures to show low on ammo, disorder, casualties. All figures individually based on coins as they are markers not a part of the ranks.

unit 5
Guards infantry
A unit of 6 bases each of 4 figures. This unit is veteran. they are guards! Unit 6
Guards veteran light infantry
These are the best infantry available in the WA rules. 6 bases of veteran light infantry. 3 figures per base. The command base does not have a flag.

Unit 7
Raw loyalist militia
The unit has 6 bases. 1 base of which is the command base. All bases have 3 figures on them  (only line infantry has 4 figures to the base). Unit 8
Average loyalist militia
These are  average quality militia (which is as good as militia can be).  The unit has 6 bases. 1 base of which is the command base. All bases have 3 figures on them  (only line infantry has 4 figures to the base).

Box contents 32(x2),1(x3),3(x5),6(x2), 2(x2), 11(x3),13,12(x2), 26(x2), 25(x2),23,41,34,43,44,45,48= 31 packs 
Bases  2 packs (3x3) bases, 3 (4x3) bases, 1 (4x4) base.
£97             

This army is a boxed set for WA. You save a few pounds by buying as a boxed set. The pack contents cannot be changed (it is a pre packed set) but you can use the numbers as an aid to designing your own army if you wanted something different, and just put the numbers you want through the shopping cart.

 



AWI army 5- British loyalist army (WAB05)

This is army number 5 in the Washington's army rules.  This is a British loyalist army fighting in the south. It has  a large number of units but the Indians are poor quality, as are some of the militia.  British regulars are present in the form of veteran light infantry who are superb and Scots infantry too. The sheer size of this army gives the general more flexibility in his battle plan.
The packs provided will cater for the needs of the army but there may be the odd excess figure or short figure that can be diverted to where it is needed.

In WA the placement of the command base indicates the unit quality. Command base at the right/front = veteran. Command base at the centre= average. Command base at left/rear =raw.  This means you can re configure that army at your own whim!

The commanders 3 commanders based on 3x4 cm bases. 1 General based on a 4x4 cm base. The scouts pack is used for one of the commanders to give a more "militia" feel. Artillery 2 battalion guns, each with 4 crew based on 3x3 cm bases. Each of these guns will be attached permanently to a regular infantry unit i.e the Scots.

Cavalry
2 units
3 bases of RAW quality dragoons. One of the three bases will be a 2 figure command base. Based on 3x4 cm bases.

3 bases of AVERAGE quality dragoons. One of the three bases will be a 2 figure command base. Based on 3x4 cm bases. Markers Figures to show low on ammo, disorder, casualties. All figures individually based on coins as they are markers not a part of the ranks.

Unit 1,2,3,4
Militia
These are 2 units of average quality militia (which is as good as militia can be) and 2 units of raw militia.   Each unit has 6 bases. 1 base of which is the command base. All bases have 3 figures on them  (only line infantry has 4 figures to the base). Unit 5
Vet light infantry
These are the best infantry available in the WA rules. 6 bases of veteran light infantry. 3 figures per base. The command base does not have a flag.

Unit 6,7
British (Scottish)line infantry.
These are 4 units of regular line infantry. They are the backbone of the army. Each unit has 6 bases, each of four figures. 1 base of which is command.
Average quality.
Unit 8
Long rifle militia
This unit is armed with the long Pennsylvania rifles. This unit is average quality militia. 6 bases of 3 figures of which one base is the command base. they have a greater range but lower rate of fire.

Unit 9,10
Indians
Indians were great scouting and raiding troops but not at all happy on the battlefield. They are based 3 figures per base. 6 bases per unit. They do not carry flags so make the command base different by basing the figures in a  row as opposed to scattered. Both units are raw. They are all musket armed.    

Box contents Packs 32,40, 28,29(x2), 30(x2), 37, 38(x2), 25(x3), 26(x5),4(x2), 5, 8(x5),10,36,34,27(x2),16(x3), 17(x2),43,44,45,48=  40 packs
Bases 1 pack (3x3), 10 (3x4) bases, 1 (4x4) base
£120              

This army is a boxed set for WA. You save a few pounds by buying as a boxed set. The pack contents cannot be changed (it is a pre packed set) but you can use the numbers as an aid to designing your own army if you wanted something different, and just put the numbers you want through the shopping cart.

 



 

AWI army 6- Continental (American) early war army (WAB06)

This is army number 6 in the Washington's army rules.  This army is the first semi-regular army that Washington could get in to the field.   Many of the line infantry and militia are untested but keen.  Most of the  line infantry would be state militia (who are regular despite the militia title). It has a useful amount of artillery. Gun carriages can be red or natural wood. Note that the infantry should be mixed up so that some have regular uniform with tricornes and others hunting shirts all within the same unit.
The packs provided will cater for the needs of the army but there may be the odd excess figure or short figure that can be diverted to where it is needed.

In WA the placement of the command base indicates the unit quality. Command base at the right/front = veteran. Command base at the centre= average. Command base at left/rear =raw.  This means you can re configure that army at your own whim!

The commanders 4 commanders based on 3x4 cm bases. 1 General based on a 4x4 cm base. Artillery 2 field guns, each with 4 crew based on 4x4 cm bases. This is a fair bit of artillery for an AWI army.

Cavalry
2 units
2 units of average dragoons. Each of 3 bases of average quality dragoons. Command bases of 2 figures only. Based on 3x4 cm bases. Markers Figures to show low on ammo, disorder, casualties. All figures individually based on coins as they are markers not a part of the ranks.

Unit 1,2,3
RAW regular line infantry
These are 3 units of RAW regular line infantry.  Each unit has 6 bases, each of four figures. 1 base of which is command.
 
Unit 4
Average line infantry
  This  unit has 6 bases, each of four figures. 1 base of which is command.

Unit 5
Veteran line infantry
 This  unit has 6 bases, each of four figures. 1 base of which is command.  This unit is the very best state militia unit possible. Unit 6,7,8,9
Militia
These are 4 units of RAW quality militia (the battle line in a new experience for them).  Each unit has 6 bases. 1 base of which is the command base. All bases have 3 figures on them  (only line infantry has 4 figures to the base).

Box contents 31(x1), 16(x3), 17,24(x2),21(x6), 20(x3), 19(x2),22(x3), 25(x4), 26(x4),23,37,33,35, 43,44,45,48= 37 packs
Bases= 2 packs of 3x3 bases. 10 (3x4) bases, 3 (4x4) bases
£114          updated 24th March 2011

This army is a boxed set for WA. You save a few pounds by buying as a boxed set. The pack contents cannot be changed (it is a pre packed set) but you can use the numbers as an aid to designing your own army if you wanted something different, and just put the numbers you want through the shopping cart.