Editor Rich Barbuto reports that the latest issue of Lone Warrior is wrapping up production and will soon be on the way to subscribers. Here’s a preview of this issue’s content:
- “Who Would Hold a Crown?” by Kevin White. A fictional, character-driven campaign system set in the medieval era.
- “Paperless (Almost) Campaign” by Andrew Doig. A quick campaign system based on “One-Hour Wargames.”
- “Attack on the Paris Commune, 1871” by Jim Rohrer. Small-scale gaming of a tumultuous period in 19th-Century France.
- “‘Legendary Leagues’ with the game Marvel Legendary,” by Craig Dunglison. Playing some pre-designed scenarios for the card game.
- “The Raid on Didyma” by Peter R. Barkworth. Persian forces try to capture and loot a temple defended by the Greeks. A large-scale battle report.
- “My Favorite Books” by Steve Turner. The author lists some favorite books for historical periods he enjoys and challenges others to list their own preferences.
- “Fort Zinderneuf: The Loneliest Outpost in the Empire” by Rob Morgan. How to build a Colonial-era fort, along with several gaming ideas with the fort as a centerpiece.
- “A Song of Frost and Shadow: Fantasy Skirmish Wargames” by Paul Le Long. Some rules for “RPG-light” gaming in the world of Frostgrave and Rangers of Shadow Deep, with a battle report as well.
- “The Solo Wargamers Association: A Short History” by George Heath and Graham Empson. If you’ve ever wondered how the SWA and Lone Warrior came to be and developed into their present form, here’s a comprehensive look at the background.
All with the usual complement of photos, charts and other illustrations. This issue is a packed 74 pages. Coming soon to an e-mailbox near you!