Monthly Archives: July 2011

Review of Zvezda WWII model planes

Mike Crane has contributed a review of some World War II airplane models by Zvezda. It’s been added to the Reviews page.

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Naval campaigns in WWII — A question

Hello fellow soloists, I have a question which I’m sure one of you out there will be able to answer. I’m interested in setting up a strategic level naval/air campaign set in WWII — something like Midway or the battle … Continue reading

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What’s new — A reviews page — Updated again!

The Lone Warrior Blog has added a Reviews page, a place where reviews of games, rules, figures, models and publications can be found. There are a couple of reviews on the page to get it started, with more to come. … Continue reading

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Testing a new objective for BoB Hex — with photos!

This post pertains to the Battle of Britain—Simple Hex Rules that appeared in Lone Warrior #175 magazine.  In George Arnold’s post on the LW blog “Feedback on No. 175?” Paul Le Long wrote a comment noting how difficult it was for the British to win against the Germans … Continue reading

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Convoy: A new twist to an old game — with photos!

I want to thank Rich for selecting Convoy on the North Atlantic as the new “Sample Article” in the Lone Warrior blog. I hadn’t played the game in a few years, and it was like playing it for the first … Continue reading

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What’s new — Another sample article

Another new sample article has now been posted to the Sample Articles page. This article is a set of rules for a solo naval game set in the North Atlantic. The article is from the October-December 2009 issue of Lone Warrior magazine, No. … Continue reading

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