Monthly Archives: September 2021

Something of interest about wargames

By Peter Barkworth Dear members, I was browsing YouTube recently and came across “Six reasons why wargames have plummeted in popularity.” It is some three years old, so some of you may well have viewed it, but perhaps some will … Continue reading

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Lone Warrior No. 216

By Brian Cameron Well, that was a cracking read! I think Martin Smith is harsh on himself — I think there’s a lot of creativity and imagination on display in the ‘What’s in a name?’ article. And I’d suggest — … Continue reading

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Table of Contents updated

The Table of Contents for past issues of Lone Warrior has now been updated to include contents through 2021. It’s on the Back Issues and Tables of Contents page on this website. Share this…emailPrintFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedin

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‘Now arriving at Gate …’ Here comes No. 216

Rich Barbuto, editor of Lone Warrior, announces that issue No. 216 is on the way. Here’s a preview of the contents: “Wizard of the Blue Jewel,” by Paul Le Long. A report on a massive fantasy battle involving some 2,250 … Continue reading

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WH40K partwork reviewed

Jonathan Aird reviews a new partwork release from Warhammer 40K, featuring Space Marines and Necrons. It’s on the Reviews page. Share this…emailPrintFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedin

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A sample article for September

This month’s sample article from previous issues of Lone Warrior is by Steve Turner, in which he describes his system for assigning causes of death to campaign characters who meet their demise. It’s on the Sample Articles page. Share this…emailPrintFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedin

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