Monthly Archives: December 2012

Professional football compared to solo wargaming

By Mike Crane I hope the readers who are not familiar with American professional football will make an association with international soccer (or what the rest of the world calls football). The emotions and conditions will probably be similar. Well, … Continue reading

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Decision at Danville — Part 2

By Chris Hahn The dice were not all that kind to the Union cause  during the first five turns of the wargame. The overall commander and a battery  of artillery from Michigan were separated from the main force at deployment … Continue reading

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What’s new — A sample article for December

Here’s an article from the pages of Lone Warrior magazine, Mike Crane’s rules for gaming an encounter on Western waters during the American Civil War: “The Arkansas on the Yazoo.” It’s on the Sample Articles page. Share this…emailPrintFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedin

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