Welcome to the Miscellaneous page!
Here we hope to publish materials that do not fit neatly into categories used elsewhere on the blog, such as reviews or sample articles. The beauty of this page is that it gives readers an opportunity to share their creations with a wider audience of gamers. We can also accommodate color graphics, a function not yet available to the hard-copy edition of Lone Warrior. So, readers, if you have some ideas, news, or reports that might appeal to a wider audience, send them to email@example.com. Of course, you may want your article to appear in Lone Warrior. If so, make sure that your note stipulates whether you are aimed at the blog, or at Lone Warrior magazine. Thanks!
Note: Please do not send graphics that are copyrighted unless you have the express permission of the copyright holder.
Ironclads, Tinclads and Cottonclads — Rob Morgan adds some photos and comments to supplement his article in the latest issue of Lone Warrior magazine. Added July 2014.
The Battle of Adobe Walls — Godfrey Bailey reports on a game featuring U.S. cavalry and American Indians. Added June 2014.
Alexander vs. Porus — Chris Hahn reports on a battle between Imperial Macedonians and Indians — with elephants! Added May 2014.
Putting things in perspective — Chris Hahn suffers from gaming block, and offers his thoughts on the hobby and his approach to it. Added August 2013.
Comfortable War Gaming — Stuart Asquith reflects on 50 years of wargaming. Added August 2013.
Three Weeks North of Londinium — Chris Hahn reports on a battle between Romans and Britons, using ‘Hail Caesar’ rules. With lots of photos. Added May 2013.
2nd Fiddler’s Bottom report — Chris Hahn takes his own approach to a Charles Grant scenario set during the English Civil War. With Map 1, Map 2, Map 3 (Turn 6), and Map 4 (Turn 12). Added February 2013.
‘Tactical Combat’ WWII rules — David Newport presents some easy-play rules for infantry and armor. Added January 2013.
A re-imagined Battle of Alma — Chris Hahn does some revising in this battle report, with lots of photos. Added January 2013.
Small-scale naval raids — Rob Morgan considers gaming naval raids, with mention of available models. Added August 2012.
Bursting the Mould — Jeff Chorney takes a look at wargaming in the old Kriegspiel model. Added July 2012.
Chris Hahn re-fights Gaugamela, using the ‘Hail Caesar’ rules. Added July 2012.
Rob Morgan offers some notes on converting ironclads from the American Civil War to science fiction steamships. Added June 2012.
Ron Winkler and Milt Koger provide a report of their Napoleonic Peninsula battle. Added May 2012.
Allen Campbell reports on a clash between English and Scots in 1307, the Battle of Lannark Glenn. Added April 2012.
Chris Hahn uses the “Black Powder” rules to game a British vs. Zulu engagement, the Battle of Magnuson’s Drift. With maps, a chart and photos. Added April 2012.
Rich Barbuto discusses mechanisms to re-create the struggle around Hougoumont during the Battle of Waterloo. With maps and tables. Added April 2012.
Chris Hahn does a re-fight of a Charles Grant battle between Byzantines and Sassanid Persians, using “Hail Caesar” rules. See the Battle of Behistun, complete with color maps and photos. Added December 2011.
Rich Barbuto provides some ideas on gaming an ambush scenario for “The Last of the Mohicans” period. Added October 2011.
Rob Morgan notes the passing of a WWII hero and recalls gaming one of his better known adventures: An obituary, and a wargame. Added September 2011.
LW Editor Rich Barbuto adds an article on designing Morale and Firepower rules for solo games. Added August 2011.
Chris Hahn provides another original article, this one on a re-fight on a Seven Years War battlefield. More color maps too. Here’s Chris’s account of the second Battle of Mulhernberg. Added August 2011.
For the first offering on the page, here’s an original article by Chris Hahn on a non-historical tabletop battle between Vikings and Samurai. The article contains color maps of the action. Thanks, Chris! Added August 2011.