Monthly Archives: February 2012

Review of ‘The Defence of Duffer’s Drift’ book

Mike Crane sings the praises of a a short “how-to” book on tactics, written in the early 20th century and still used as a teaching tool today. It’s on the Reviews page.

Posted in Periods - Colonial | 5 Comments

Review of Skull Monument resin figure

Jonathan Aird considers the gaming uses of a 25mm Skull Monument cast in resin. It’s on the Reviews page.

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What’s new — Another expansion of the Tables of Contents

Once again, the Tables of Contents for Lone Warrior magazine have been expanded. This time, the TOCs have been updated to include the issues of the magazine from 1995-1999. Thanks to Rich Barbuto, LW editor, and Mike Crane, a regular … Continue reading

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Review of ‘Vanished Kingdoms’ book

Rob Morgan discusses a book about historical states of Europe that no longer exist, some of which seemed destined for glory, but all of which disappeared. It’s on the Reviews page.

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What’s new — This month’s sample article

Rich Barbuto offers an article he wrote on solo gaming the First Battle of Bull Run from the American Civil War. It’s on the Sample Articles page.

Posted in Periods - American Civil War, What's new | 3 Comments