Monthly Archives: December 2019

A painting project

By George Arnold These days, I’m mostly finished with big painting projects. Any projects that come up now are smaller, easier (and much more enjoyable). In that vein, I recently decided to re-do some very old metal figures and give … Continue reading

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No. 209 has been mailed, but please read this

To Lone Warrior Subscribers: Lone Warrior 209 has just been e-mailed to all subscribers.  If you have not received yours, please send me a note at lonewarrior@kc.rr.com Please include the e-mail address that you prefer to use to receive your … Continue reading

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Another gamer’s gingerbread houses

By Rich Barbuto The difference between little girls and little boys. The first photo shows four-year-old granddaughter decorating a few gingerbread houses. The next day, her six-year-old brother used his Star Wars figures to stage an assault on Po Dameron’s … Continue reading

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Some modelling skills required

By Rob Morgan I built my first Airfix kit almost 60 years ago, and despite my youthful inexperience I made a fair go of it (the Boulton Paul Defiant 1940 Night Fighter, since you ask). Most of my older cousins … Continue reading

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Next issue of Lone Warrior coming up

The next issue of Lone Warrior is in the final stages of production and should be e-mailed within a few days, according to Editor Rich Barbuto. Here’s a preview of the articles in No. 209: “Ill Met By Moonlight” (or … Continue reading

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‘Kamikaze Attack’ rules added

Mike Crane’s World War II naval/air rules for the later Pacific war have now been added. “Kamikaze Attack” is on the Complete Rule Sets page.

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Women and table-top wars

By Rob Morgan H.G. Wells, when he wrote his legendary wargaming work, didn’t exclude girls and women from the potential of playing those “Little Wars,” so how did about 50 percent of the population slip away from the several genres … Continue reading

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