Written by Joseph A. McCullough & illustrated by Brainbug Design


Face dangerous new foes, recruit new soldiers, and uncover the mysterious treasures of Ancient Egypt in two new campaigns, one competitive and one for solo or cooperative play.

Somewhere beneath the shifting sands lies the forgotten knowledge of the pharaohs – magic granting power over wind and rain, life and death, and even time itself. Napoleon didn’t cross the Mediterranean simply to conquer Egypt, he sought these ancient secrets. No-one knows what he found, but his military victories since then speak for themselves. Now, as Bonaparte continues to burn his way through Europe, desperate nations have sent their own special units across the sea to search for a counter to his power.

Egypt: Shadow of the Sphinx is a supplement for The Silver Bayonet, in which the players' special units  explore the mysteries of this great land, venturing into lost cities, forbidden ruins, and even beneath the Pyramids themselves in two campaigns, one competitive and one for solo or cooperative play. New soldiers and equipment might give them an edge, but they will still face an array of terrifying foes, many not known to the living for more than 3,000 years...


The Silver Bayonet: Egypt: Shadow of the Sphinx will be available in 2024.

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A black-and-white illustration of a Napoleonic soldier holding a sabre stood in front of a werewolf's head mounted on a wall. Alongside it is the text: "In Britain, a secret award - the Silver Bayonet - is presented to those soldiers brave or fortunate enough to have faced these creatures... and survived."