Lone Warrior magazine Editor Rich Barbuto reports that issue No. 189 is now being sent to subscribers. Here’s a list of the contents:
- “A Narrative Battle” by Paul Le Long: Using a “fate chart” and narrative role-playing to conduct a tabletop battle.
- “First Day at Gettysburg” by Rich Barbuto: Designing an encounter game for the ACW, with rules for the ensuing engagement.
- “Marching into the Mohmand Valley” by Chris Hahn: Gaming a Colonial battle based on an historical description by a young Winston Churchill.
- “The Blue and the Gray” by Kevin White: Simple rules for battles on a grid of 3-inch squares.
- “Randomizing a Game Set-Up” by George Arnold. Using a battle between Italian condottieri forces to illustrate ways to use dice to choose orders of battle, terrain, and deployment.
- “What It Is, Is a Dream” by Jonathan Aird: Thoughts on a “dream project” of gaming a vast Battle of Lepanto galley fight.
- “A Small River Campaign in Mesopotamia – 1915” by Rob Morgan: British and Turkish gunboats on the Tigris and Euphrates during World War I.
- “Thinking About Konigraatz? Small Scale Raid Wargames” by Rob Morgan: Ideas for a small battle between an English landing party and a Prussian shore battery.
- “San Jacinto 1836: Building Surprise into Your Wargame” by Rich Barbuto: Ways to add elements of surprise to your gaming fun.
- “A Dalek Enemy: A Science Fiction Tank” by Rob Morgan. Kit-bashing an historical model into one for science fiction.
- XXX Century Starships: A Science Fiction Wargame Note” by Rob Morgan: Current availability of some science-fiction models.
- “Editorial” by Rich Barbuto: A reminder of the coming conversion to an all-digital Lone Warrior, some results of a recent subscriber survey, and the latest gaming and other doings by our editor.
Plus, lots of color photos and charts (in the e-mail versions).
All comments welcome! Good reading!