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Personal logo 20thmaine Supporting Member of TMP10 Aug 2015 4:05 p.m. PST

Well, it's been a long time since the last update on what's new on the Solo Wargamers Association Lone Warrior Blog. So it'll be a lot this time!

Most important new item is the monthly sample article from Lone Warrior magazine proper : in fact it's a double hit being both parts of George Arnold's ACW campaign design article from Lone Warrior 185 & 188 PDF link lot of good stuff there!

Rob Morgan discusses the Breda 20mm AA gun – and shows some models of the same link

Jonathan Aird reviews the new Tabletop Magazine : PDF link and finds it a worthy first issue.

Rob Morgan reviews The Catapult by Tracey Rihil – and finds it a good read which could have used more pictures PDF link

Elite 170 Pike and Shot Tactics 1590-1660 PDF link is reviewed by Paul Le Long – it's good, but a little dry in the writing.

Rob Morgan takes a long look at MAA 220 The SA 1921-45: Hitler's Stormtroopers PDF link and finds little in it for wargamers. However, MAA 213 German Military Police Units 1939-45 PDF link is surprisingly useful!

Godfrey Bailey describes and plays the boardgame Smuta – set in 1600's Russia – PDF link , including how he turned a multi-player game into one suitable for solo play ! Neat.

Jonathan Aird reviews two sets of Casaer plastic figures – Ratmen PDF link and Lizard men PDF link – excellent sets both. Handy, as PSR don't really do fantasy!

Rob Morgan gives a detailed look at Osprey MAA 246 The Romanian Army of World War II PDF link and discusses where to get the figures!

Jonathan Aird raves over Duel 64 Byzantine Warship vs Arab Warship: 7th 11th centuries PDF link – it has galleys!

Additionally there are several short discussion ideas – phew! Take a look! grin

Personal logo StoneMtnMinis Supporting Member of TMP10 Aug 2015 8:49 p.m. PST

Thanks, those are some great articles. Their publication has all kinds of goodies that are of interest to more than just solo gamers,

Dave

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