The latest issue of Lone Warrior magazine is now being delivered. Electronic subscribers should already be receiving their copies, while print subscriptions are in the mail.
Here’s a quick look at the contents:
- “An Austrian-French Tussle” by Gary Hutton: A description of a Napoleonic battle fought out on the tabletop.
- “… And whatsoever passes through the paths of the seas” by Rob Morgan: Ideas for incorporating “denizens of the deep” into naval games.
- “A Hunting We Will Go: A Review of ‘The Lion Eats Tonight'” by Rupert Cullum: Description of a safari game and thoughts on the rules used.
- “Rich Knapton RIP,” by Rob Morgan: A tribute to the former editor of The Reiter, the journal of the Pike and Shot Federation.
- “Aide-de-Camp” by Kevin White: Skirmish rules for 54mm Napoleonics.
- “Cowen’s Locomotive Land Battery” by Rob Morgan: An “armored fighting vehicle” that was patented around 1855.
- “Exploring a ‘Loss’ in Solo Wargames” by Bob Stewart: Memorable ways of dealing with/explaining various types of “losses” in games and campaigns.
- “Solo Methods” by Marvin Scott: Ideas for limiting knowledge of the enemy in solo wargames.
- “Editorial” by Rich Barbuto: Suggestions for breaking out of a gaming rut.
- “A Russian Flotilla c. 1700 AD from ‘Pirate Ships” by Rob Morgan: Modeling ideas for Peter the Great’s Azov flotilla.
- “Taking Stock” by George Arnold: Even a scattershot approach to the hobby can bring long-term progress.
- “Ligny” by Rich Barbuto: Setting up and conducting a re-fight of the 100 Days battle
- “Some Simple Mechanisms of an Old Lone Warrior” by Graham Empson: Ways to add unpredictability to force selection and battle plans in solo games.
- And more.
As usual, the electronic version features lots of color: illustrations, charts, maps and photos.