Monthly Archives: May 2019

A robot? Or what?

By Rob Morgan I was in the pound shop and found these hooks, but I didn’t need any hooks. Four for a pound and made by a German company, Powerfix. I thought they could add something to my science fiction … Continue reading

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Some uses for aliens

By Rob Morgan This one isn’t the best of photos, but I was in the local “Pound Shop” buying crayons and colouring booksfor my granddaughter. Next to them were racks of “toys,” poor quality for the most part, but I … Continue reading

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Fast and Furious Ripsaw model review

Jonathan Aird reviews an AFV-like vehicle from Mattel that can be used in several ways, depending on the scale of figures it’s matched with. The review is on the Reviews page.

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Happy Birthday to the Blog!

Just a quick mention that today, May 7, marks the eighth anniversary of this blog’s first appearance. On this date in 2011, the Lone Warrior Blog sprang into existence, following several months of discussion and planning. Thanks to all the … Continue reading

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A sample article for May

A new sample article from past numbers of Lone Warrior has now been posted. This one is by George Arnold and is titled “The (Linear) Battle of Las Palmas.” In it, Arnold describes his use of Armati-inspired rules to provide … Continue reading

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