Category Archives: Solo wargaming

A Sample Article for September

This month’s sample article from previous issues of Lone Warrior is by Brian Cameron and is titled “My Approach to playing Solo Battles”. The author offers suggestions for setting up solo battles, from choosing terrain and battle plans for both … Continue reading

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Back to The Unsinkable “Titan”

by Rob Morgan, Back in 2003, issue No. 144 (Vol. 28/2, pp 46-48), Lone Warrior carried a short article of mine on a naval unit, one entirely suitable, as most warships are, of playing a central role in a solo … Continue reading

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A Sample Article for July

This month’s sample article from previous issues of Lone Warrior is “Raid on Didyma” by Peter R. Barkworth. Persians attempt to loot and burn the temple at Didyma while fending off an opposing Greek force in this riveting game report. Includes historical … Continue reading

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Good, Bad, or Indifferent?

By Rob Morgan It’s marvellous to see that Brian Cameron’s delightful article on C19th warfare and command has appeared in the series on how soldiers fight in The Foreign Correspondent (No.134, June 2022). It was first in Lone Warrior 213, … Continue reading

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A Sample Article for June

This month’s sample article from previous issues of Lone Warrior is ‘“Legendary Leagues” with the game Marvel Legendary’ by Craig Dunglison. The author explains how Leagues for players of Marvel Legendary work and the benefits they provide the solo gamer, including substantial … Continue reading

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More musings on a campaign game

By George Banic Hi All, I had promised to send in an article when I got my ideas sorted out, but I’m still in the process of developing my ideas and, seeing the enormous value I got out of our … Continue reading

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A Sample Article for January

This month’s sample article from previous issues of Lone Warrior is by Joao Lima and is titled “A Solo Wargame Engine”. The author shares two different systems for simulating an opponent when solo gaming. Although they are written for hex-based … Continue reading

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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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