Monthly Archives: March 2020

Adding more Revolutionary War units

By Rich Barbuto Rob Morgan has a great idea (see his post immediately below) about keeping members of the solo gaming community connected by sharing our recent hobby-related activities. After I gamed Cowpens a few years back, I decided to … Continue reading

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‘Time passes. Listen. Time passes.’

By Rob Morgan Well, if you’re interested that’s a quote from Dylan Thomas, but like, I suspect, a substantial number, if not all, other members of the SWA, I now find myself rather limited in my opportunities to conduct leisure … Continue reading

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Just the one copy?

By Rob Morgan Back in the 1970s, the local model shop sold everything around in the field of wargaming. From time to time, a ‘new’ magazine appeared on the shelves, then vanished in a short space of time. By the … Continue reading

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Kill Team report

By David Newport I got the Kill Team set from Games Workshop at the start of 2019. I heard it was pretty good, with very tactical play and the differentiation of each individual miniature. It took me the year to … Continue reading

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Lone Warrior No. 210 preview

The latest issue of Lone Warrior is in the final stages of production and will be e-mailed to subscribers in the coming days, according to Editor Rich Barbuto. Here’s a preview of the contents: “An Affair of Honor” by Marvin … Continue reading

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New month, new sample article

This month’s sample article from past issues of Lone Warrior is a look at the board game “Reign of Cthulu” by Jonathan Aird. In the article, he describes how he tweaked the game to make solo play even harder. It’s … Continue reading

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