Monthly Archives: April 2017

Salute 2017: Things have changed

By Jonathan Aird Clouds of mist drifted slowly across the sky and the inevitable rain had started once I hit the railway station platform. Fortified with a decent coffee and a bacon roll, this inclement weather could be shrugged off … Continue reading

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Review of Wally Simon’s WWII Wargame Design

Rich Barbuto reviews another in the series of reprints of Wally Simon’s wargaming ideas: “Wally Simon’s WWII Secrets of Wargame Design, Volume 7.” It’s on the Reviews page.

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A prison hulk model

By Rob Morgan An unusual choice of wargame model, I’ll admit. However, the Airfix small scale (undetermined, but it will “fit” in with 1/600th or 1/700th models) kit of HMS Victory has some unusual potential. I decided to make a … Continue reading

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Review of Hotwheels Tie Fighter model

Jonathan Aird likes the Hotwheels Tie Fighter model, especially since the price is now reduced. His review is on the Reviews page.

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Review of ‘Panther vs. T-34’ (Osprey)

Rob Morgan reviews one of Osprey’s Duel series, this one a comparison between the Russian T-34 and the German Panther. It’s on the Ospreys at a Glance page.

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A sample article for April

This month’s sample article from previous Lone Warrior issues is “Ridge Line Reconnaissance,” by Kevin White. The article describes a solo game in which the player is the reconnoitering side and the unknown enemy is controlled by dice rolls. It’s … Continue reading

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