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Battles in the Hyborian Age. James Davis explains how reading some Robert E. Howard stories re-invigorated his wargaming. From Lone Warrior No. 193 (January-March 2016). Added November 2018.
Bank Robbery. Marvin Scott gives some background and some rules for gaming the Wild West attempted bank robbery in Northfield, Minnesota, by the James-Younger gang in 1876. From Lone Warrior of September-October 1988. Added October 2018.
Victory in the Pacific. George Arnold tweaks the rules of a classic board game to make it more solo friendly. From Lone Warrior No. 194 (April-June 2016). Added September 2018.
Notes from a Naval Wargamer. Jeffrey G. Chorney explains how he set up a War of 1812 naval game. From Lone Warrior No. 197 (January-March 2017). Added August 2018.
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