Lone Warrior No. 199 is being completed and will be e-mailed in the next few days. Here’s a preview of the contents:
- “An Aircraft Carrier Scenario for Damn the Torpedoes,” by Kevin White: A follow-up scenario to the Damn the Torpedoes solo WWII naval rules.
- “Bursting the Mold — Taking it to the Next Level,” by Jeffrey G. Chorney: Building on an earlier article, this one offers more ways of doing solo wargaming in low-cost ways.
- “The (Linear) Battle of Las Palmas,” by George Arnold: Ideas and a sample battle for making a wargame more “linear,” as first suggested by Paul Le Long in No. 197.
- “Hastings, 1066,” by Paul Le Long. A refight of the epic battle using an old S&T magazine game, with some useful solo mechanics.
- “Colonel Kingsley is Dead!: Officer Trauma Generation,” by Steve Turner: Ways to make the on-table deaths of commanders/characters more than just a statistic.
- “Quatre Bras,” by Rich Barbuto: Mechanics and a battle report on re-fighting this prelude to Waterloo.
- “Armies of the Greek-Turkish War 1919-1922,” by Rob Morgan: An extensive review of the Osprey Men-at-Arms title, with suggestions for figures for gaming this now-obscure conflict.
- “Free Advertising,” By Rich Barbuto: The editor offers free advertising to subscribers, a cost-free way to sell gaming-related services or old figures, etc.
All well-illustrated with the usual color maps, photos and graphics.