Category Archives: Periods – Science fiction

Here’s a new Sample Article

This month’s sample article from previous issues of Lone Warrior is “Adventure Awaits” by Kevin White. The article is about his experiences with 1:1 adventure gaming in the Pulp era, think Indiana Jones or John Carter on Mars. A set … Continue reading

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‘A Billion Suns’ game review added

Paul Le Long has written a review of a new miniatures space game called “A Billion Suns.” Not another naval battle game in space, this one has some interesting twists. See the full review on the Reviews page. Share this…emailPrintFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedin … Continue reading

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Drones

By Rob Morgan The Times is often a source of sound information on military developments, and, in late October, it carried an article by Shashank Joshi, the defence editor of The Economist magazine. Entitled “Attack of the drones shouldn’t kill … Continue reading

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Drones in warfare

By Rob Morgan ‘The Times’ is often a source of sound information on military developments, and, in late October, it carried an article by Shashank Joshi, the defence editor of The Economist magazine. Entitled “Attack of the drones shouldn’t kill … Continue reading

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Star Wars rules added

A set of rules for space combat by Mike Crane has been added to this website. The rules include drawings for paper counters and a game report using the rules. It’s on the Complete Rule Sets page. Share this…emailPrintFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedin 0

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Old Science Fiction? Try Tarzan!

By Rob Morgan In my youth, I taught Science Fiction, and I know that the four interesting books in the ‘Janissaries’ series do indeed provide some opportunities for wargaming, and solo wargaming at that. Book two is probably the best … Continue reading

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Old Science Fiction

By Jim Rohrer I have been reading a science fiction trilogy by Pournelle and Greene (“Lord of Janissaries”). It is priced at $8.99 on Kindle and contains 896 pages (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013RCXRNY/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_d_asin_title_o00?ie=UTF8&psc=1). Jerry Pournelle (1933-2017) has always been a favorite of mine … Continue reading

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The possibilities of ‘Steam-Punk’… at sea!

By Rob Morgan The rise in popularity of this Victorian-Edwardian style of, well, just about everything, wargames included, has left many in the hobby far behind. Science Fiction. (Never ever Sci-Fi or Scy-Fy.) As Ben Bova used to say, ‘if … Continue reading

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Embracing steampunk

By Jim Rohrer Some readers might assume, based on the title of this post, that I am completely out to lunch. Steampunk? What possible relevance could weird stuff like that have for solo wargaming? Answer: Warhammer. We all know how … Continue reading

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Sample article for this month added

There’s a new sample article now available, this one by Mike Crane who designed a game featuring Star Wars X-wing, Tie fighters and bombers attacking each other’s mother ships. Rules, an after-action report and designs for paper spacecraft. It’s on … Continue reading

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