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Last chance to get hard-copy back issues! Prices reduced!

By Rich Barbuto, Editor, Lone Warrior Effective immediately, all remaining back issues of Lone Warrior are on sale at reduced prices. After June 30, 2016, any remaining hard-copy Lone Warriors will be sent to recycle.  (Must make room for more figures!) Hard-copy … Continue reading

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Big news for LW magazine subscribers: a PDF option!

From Rich Barbuto, Lone Warrior editor: Announcing PDF subscriptions to Lone Warrior! That’s right, Lone Warrior magazine is now being offered as a PDF subscription. The PDF edition — an electronic copy sent to you by e-mail — will be virtually … Continue reading

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Happy first anniversary!

The Lone Warrior Blog is one year old today! The Lone Warrior Blog was born from a long dialog among the many contributors to Lone Warrior. We wanted to bring the joy of solo wargaming to an even wider audience, … Continue reading

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What’s new — Article on rules for morale and firepower

Lone Warrior Editor Rich Barbuto has added an article on morale and firepower rules for solo games. It’s a reprint of a piece that first appeared in the old MWAN magazine. It appears on the Miscellaneous page.

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What are you working on?

What is your current or next project?  Here’s mine.  A few months back, I completed my Cowpens project.  (See LW174.)  I’m seriously looking at Guilford Courthouse as my next big game.  Guilford Courthouse saw 2000 British, Hessian, and Loyalist troops … Continue reading

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Hello, world! And a question

     As editor of Lone Warrior, I am honored to kick off this blog with a question.  “What content do solo wargamers want from a publication dedicated to their needs and desires?”  The answers to that question are probably equal … Continue reading

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