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Personal logo 20thmaine Supporting Member of TMP06 Feb 2017 3:10 p.m. PST

Time for another look at what's new on the Lone Warrior blog the official blog of the Solo Wargamers Association.

Top of the heap is a new sample article taken from Lone Warrior magazine Issue 190 : Rich Barbuto tells all about his refight of the Battle of Ligny PDF link . many, many pictures of the game in progress neat stuff!

David Hinojosa gives a great review of the cooperative boardgame Zombicide: Black Plague, which plays well solo PDF link .

Rob Morgan has hauled in some nostalgia in the form of Issues 1 & 2 of Scale Models from way back in 1969 link

Jonathan Aird reviews an interesting Osprey title Duel 77 Bazooka v's Panzer PDF link , which has lots of gaming applicability.

Rob Morgan offers a view of the statue of William the conqueror in Falaise link

Rich Barbuto reviews Richard Berleth's book Bloody Mohawk: The French and Indian War &
American Revolution on New York's Frontier
which is a must buy for anyone interested in the period.

Jonathan Aird takes a look at Tabletop Gaming magazine Issue 7 PDF link and wonders if he detects a slight change of direction.

Rob Morgan takes alook at a translation of Maurice's Strategikon PDF link and in a change of direction also looks at 1/700th aircraft of the 1930s link , nice little models !

So as usual a pretty diverse series of offerings, hopefully something for everyone. That zombicicde game looks mighty tempting ! More in a week or two.

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