Monthly Archives: December 2021

A reader seeks information

<George Banic writes the following from Australia.> G’day from downunder! I have just discovered your website and am trying to find ideas/solutions to automating the opposing force (or both forces) in a solo wargaming context. I am also looking to … Continue reading

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Christmas greetings to all Lone Warriors!

In the spirit of the season, here’s hoping each of you finds your stockings stuffed with everything your heart desires — more Ospreys perhaps, or some Featherstone classics? Or simply more lead to add to the pile? And don’t forget … Continue reading

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Two Hour Wargames Reviewed

Jim Rohrer shares his impressions of the solo-friendly rules from Two Hour Wargames and finds that though they were difficult to grasp, they are well worth the effort. It’s on the Reviews page. Share this…emailPrintFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedin

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Fir tree models for winter terrain

Jonathan Aird found some fir trees that should work with smaller-scale figures and reviews them on the Reviews page. Share this…emailPrintFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedin

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The latest issue is on the way!

Editor Rich Barbuto informs that the latest issue of Lone Warrior is being finalized for publication within the next few days. While we wait for issue No. 217, here’s a quick preview of what will be included. “Old Hickory and … Continue reading

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A Sample Article for December

This month’s sample article from previous issues of Lone Warrior is by Graham Empson and is titled “American Civil War: A Veteran Solo Wargamer’s Perspective on Tactics”. The author presents a thoroughly researched look at a variety of factors and … Continue reading

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