Monthly Archives: September 2020

Amazons!

By Rob Morgan June 24th in the Year of Our Lord 1542 may possibly have been one of the most unusual in Spanish military history. On that day, in a prolonged and lively skirmish, rather than a battle, the men … Continue reading

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Avalon Hill board games

By Jim Rohrer Paul Le Long reviewed “Bull Run: First Major Battle of the American Civil War,” published by Avalon Hill in 1983 and designed by Richard Hamblen.  His review gave me hope that other Avalon Hill board games might … Continue reading

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Question from a reader

<<A reader submits the following. Can anyone answer his question?>> Hello, I enjoy your blog. I usually do not play solo but still enjoy all of the articles. I am hoping somebody out there can provide me a way to … Continue reading

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Its not about …

By Jim Rohrer Having been involved with Lone Warrior long enough to see two issues of the journal come out, and having read most of the material on the website, and having fought a lot of solo battles using a … Continue reading

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No. 212 is out, and it’s a big one

Issue No. 212 of Lone Warrior magazine is out, and it’s a big one: a record 80 pages, chock full of articles of interest to soloists and non-soloists alike. Here’s a rundown of this issue’s lineup: “The Spanish Ulcer — … Continue reading

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A sample article for this month

For the September addition to the roster of sample articles, Craig Dunglison reviews “Legendary,” a card deck-building game based on the Marvel superheroes. Hint: He likes the game. It’s on the Sample Articles page.

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