The latest issue of Lone Warrior magazine, No. 195, is being prepared for delivery in the next few days. Here’s an early look at the contents:
- ‘Don Featherstone’s Campaigns: A Viking Raid; a Solo Twist.’ Kevin White provides a scenario from one of Featherstone’s books, along with his rules to fight out any encounters.
- ‘A Quiz for Wargamers.’ Rob Morgan poses some questions.
- ‘Campaigns and Imaginations.’ Jeffrey G. Chorney takes readers through the detailed steps required to set up a solo campaign.
- ‘Simple Solo Seafaring in the Second World War.’ Paul Le Long provides rules for a solo naval game in the Mediterranean during WWII.
- ‘An Odd Little Fleet From Games Workshop.’ Rob Morgan embellishes some GW models to provide a late 1800s-type fleet.
- ‘Solo Live Action Role-Playing.’ Preston Shah presents some ideas for acting out a live-action solo game.
- ‘Golan Heights 1973 Campaign.’ Nic Birt discusses a solo scenario, with the player as the Israelis and their Syrian opponents as the programmed enemy.
- ‘Battle Cry, my way.’ George Arnold takes a old board game in some different directions.
- ‘South American Wars reviewed.’ Rob Morgan reviews two books on 19th century wars in South America, with useful advice about where to find figures to use in gaming the conflicts.
- ‘Quiz Answers.’ Rob Morgan gives readers the answers to his quiz from earlier in the issue.
- ‘Final Thoughts.’ Lone Warrior Editor Rich Barbuto pens an update on his activities of late.
As usual, with lots of color throughout — photos, maps. Lots to read and look at!