What’s new — New sample article & TOC update

For this month’s offering from the pages of previous issues of Lone Warrior magazine, Mike Crane provides his rules for a WWII Pacific island invasion game.

It’s on the Sample Articles page.

Plus, the Tables of Contents for Lone Warrior maazine from 2010-2012 have been updated to include listings from the latest issue, No. 180. Please see the Back Issues and Table of Contents page for the details.

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2 Responses to What’s new — New sample article & TOC update

  1. John says:

    This is a great set of rules. It took a bit but I finally got around to using them in August of this year. Here are links to two battles using these rules:

    http://tabletopdiversions.blogspot.com/2012/08/pacific-island-assault.html

    http://tabletopdiversions.blogspot.com/2012/09/the-best-laid-plans.html

  2. Mike Crane says:

    Thanks, John. I looked at your blog and really enjoyed what I saw. The handmade palm trees looked great! The paint job on the individually mounted soldiers was excellent! And last, but certainly not least, I liked the way you incorporated the paper artillery and tanks into the battle. You are a man after my own heart. The Junior General website is the answer to an impatient player’s prayer.

    Thanks for providing your blog references so we could witness your battle. I must admit that I got anxious about the outcome of your game as I recalled all of the disappointing die rolls that befell my heroic Marines in the same circumstances. The modifications you made to the rules in the last blogspot was in keeping with an old solo-gaming tradition–the inalienable right to tweek. Everything worked just fine. Congratulations!

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