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News

Table Top Talk "New" Gaming Ideas? I-1
Review: Origins '79, Dick Bryant reports on the convention. Photos included. I-3
Origins 80 News, Dick Bryant brings a Courier exclusive to your attention. I-4
Publications News I-5
Gatherings I-5
Pricing News I-5
TV and Movie News I-5
Society Weekend and the Old Colony Wargames Club I-6

Reviews

Minifig 25mm Assyrian, Egyptian Bowmen, I-1
Minifig 25mm Napoleonic: Denmark and Sweden, I-1
Dragon Tooth 25mm Fantasy, I-1
Ral Partha 25mm Ancients, I-1
Book: Elusive Victory (Arab-Israeli Wars) I-2
Rules: Two Colonial Sets I-2
Figures: Ral Partha Landsknechts I-2
Hinchcliffe 7 Years War, Napoleonic, Western Gunfighters I-3
Mike's Models 15mm Byzantines, Han Dynasty Chinese I-3
Book: Numbers, Predictions, & War I-3
Figure Review: Minifig Indian Mutiny
Book Reviews: Trio of World War III
Minifigs: Pirates; Ancient Egyptians/Assyrians; Gladiators I-5
Lamming: Ancient Classic Greeks/Persians I-5
Colonial Rules: The Sword and the Flame I-5
Lamming Renaissance I-6
Dixon Renaissance I-6
Vulcan Middle Ages I-6
Osprey: Leipzig 1813 I-6
Prince August Molds I-6


Sapper's Report (Terrain)

Sapper's Report: Catapult making, I-1
Sapper's Report Build a Siege Tower. I-2
Sapper's Report Scratch Built Gabions. I-3
Sapper's Report Castle Construction. I-5


Wargaming

Painting Wargame Armies, Jay Hadley, master painter, examines the qualities of various paints. I-1
Designing Wargame Scenarios, Rod Burr offers an introduction to design topics, then delves into WWII. I-1
Advice to Wargamers, Phil Barker argues against placing too restrictive conditional orders on troops. I-1
Campaigning Without Maps, Steve Haller provides a rules system. I-1
Table Top Talk The "seven M's." (in Rules) I-2
Painting Wargame Armies: Metal and Wood, Jay Hadley, master painter, talks about metal and wood in part II. I-2
Figure Costs: Out of Line?, Dick Bryant prepares a mathematical model for charting the cost of miniature figures. I-2
Interview: Steve Carpenter, Gloria Miceli goes one-on-one with the man from Minifigs. I-3
Painting Wargame Armies: Instant Armies, Jay Hadley, master painter, details production line methods in part III. I-3
Haunted Acres, Phil Barker offers tips on visiting battlefields. I-4
Interview: Glenn Kidd, Gloria Miceli goes one-on-one with the man from Ral Partha. I-4
Painting Horses and Terraining Bases, Jay Hadley, master painter, details the finer points. I-4
Fog of War Returns, Bill Protz offers unpredictable command and movement ideas. I-4
Grand Tactical Orders -- An Unnecessary Evil?, Ned Zuparko wants to do away with wargame orders. I-4
The Simultaneous Fire Myth, Larry Brom examines influences of fire combat. I-5
With Tape and Dice Through Darkest America, Phil Barker recounts his US trip. I-5
Jack Scruby, Bob Beattie profiles the father of modern wargaming. I-5
Duke Seifried, Gloria Micelli profiles a gaming legend. I-6
Phased Movement, Walter Simon offers an optimum blend of alternate and simultaneous movement systems. I-6
Creating Random Terrain, William Silvester provides a card system for spur-of-the-moment terrain for the tabletop. I-6


FEATURE ARTICLES: PERIOD SPECIFIC


General

Montenegro 1715-1915, Dave Sweet profiles the evolution of a little-known army. I-6


Ancients

Drill Manual, Phil Barker answers questions about his ancients rules. I-1
Drill Manual, Phil Barker answers more questions about his ancients rules. I-2
Irish Bog or Poros' Terrain?, Phil Barker reports on a WRG tabletop battle between a Barbarian Conspiracy (Saxons, Picts, and Irish) vs. Indians. I-2
Ancients Tournament at Origins, Dick Bryant brings the finale of the tournament alive with an after action game report. I-3
Drill Manual: Part III, Phil Barkers answers questions about WRG 6th edition ancients rules. I-4
The 55th Army, R.A. Hess pokes fun at WRG Ancients with a "Late Drunkards" Army List. I-5
The Problem of the Pike Phalanx
Phil Barker tackles historical interpretation in the use of pikes. I-6
The Thousand Year War
Brian Harper questions the need for WRG Ancients Rules 6th edition when 5th works fine. I-6


Renaissance

Introduction to Renaissance Wargaming, Robert Mosca delineates figures and scale at the company level, plus adds a section on flags. I-4
Northern Maneuvers, Peter Hollinger and Eric Ritchie cover a Renaissance tournament from Montreal. I-4


Seven Years War

Uniforms of the Swedish Army: 1757-1762, Dan Schorr presents a detailed uniform guide to an overlooked period. I-1
Uniforms of the Russian Artillery: 1757-1762, Ed Phillips presents a uniform guide. I-2
Seven Years War Artillery Carriage Colors, Dan Schorr offers a chart of 11 armies' colors. I-2
Swedish Army 1757-1762, Dan Schorr profiles the army in the Seven Years War. I-3
Naval Wargaming 1756-1762, Byron Angel examines the ins and outs of naval warfare during the Seven Years War. I-3
Swedish Cavalry Standards 1757-1762, Dan Schorr profiles the army in the Seven Years War. I-4
Swedish Infantry Standards 1757-1762, Dan Schorr profiles the army standards in the Seven Years War. I-5


American Revolution

Tactics of the American Revolution, William S. Brown tackles tactics. I-5
Forage Party American Revolution Bibliography. I-6


Napoleonic

Leipzig, Bruce Weeks recreates the 1813 battle on the tabletop. Includes order of battle and maps. I-1
The Army of the Conde, Rob Mosca chronicles the royalist force from 1792-1801. Includes uniform guide (chart) and illustrated standards guide. I-2
CLS Napoleonic Army Organization Revisited, Louis Bloom presents part I: Britain, Prussia and Russia. I-2
The Maxi-Battle, Bruce Weeks offers tips on refighting large Napoleonic battles, and presents Bavaria 1809. I-2
CLS Napoleonic Army Organization Revisited, Louis Bloom presents part II: France, Austria, and warfare of the "Big 5." I-3
The Maxi-Battle, Bruce Weeks offers part II, covering grand tactical plans with more of 1809. I-3
Russian Militia 1812,, Curt Johnson profiles the system. Includes standards. I-3
Best of Fleets, Worst of Fleets, Walter Williams replays a Napoleonic naval engagement on the tabletop. I-4
Sailing Era Naval Rules, Byron Angel reviews Napoleonic naval tabletop rules. I-4
Battle of Novi, Mark Makin examines the 15 August 1799 battle and offers a scenario tabletop replay. I-5
Yes, But is it Playable?, Ned Zuparko discusses design aspects for Napoleonic rules. I-5
Battle of Maida, Jim Arnold examines the 1806 battle with a historical account and tabletop scenario. I-6


American Civil War

American Civil War Miniature Rules, Bill Sessions reviews a number of ACW tabletop rules. I-6
Little Round Top, James Kocur serves up an ACW scenario. I-6


19th Century Colonial

How to Raise Colonial Armies, Doug Johnson explains how to get started. I-1
Forage Party Sudanese War Info. I-1
Zulu Firepower, Ian Knight discusses the availability and use of rifles by the Zulus. I-1
Organization of the Zulu Army, Ian Knight discusses the recruitment, recruitment, and organization of the army. I-2
How to Set Up Colonial Wargames, Doug Johnson explains scenario possibilities. I-2
Weapons and Uniforms of the Zulu Army, Ian Knight continues his series n the Zulu army. I-3
Forage Party Ashanti Wars Guide. I-3
Forage Party French West Africa. I-4
Native Levies, Ian Knight continues his series on the 1879 Zulu War. I-4
How to Set Up Colonial Campaigns, Doug Johnson provides a number of ideas to think about. I-4
Imperial Infantry Uniforms, Ian Knight continues his series on the 1879 Zulu War. I-5
Incident at the Peshwar Mosque, Tom Desmond goes Colonial. I-5
Zulu War Roundup, Ian Knight wraps up his series on the 1879 Zulu War. I-6


World War I

From the Foretop Jutland. I-2


World War II

Designing Wargame Scenarios, Rod Burr offers more WWII action. I-2
Arming for 1944 Campaign, B. McCue tackles the set up for a WWII campaign. I-3
Choosing the Basis for a WWII Campaign, Rod Burr tackles the set up for a WWII campaign. I-4
Review of WWII and Modern Rules, Rod Burr reviews a pair of rules sets. I-5


Modern

Review of WWII and Modern Rules, Rod Burr reviews a pair of rules sets. I-5

dragon6 Supporting Member of TMP03 May 2018 4:44 a.m. PST

Did I miss volume II?

Russ Lockwood04 May 2018 12:08 p.m. PST

No. It's up. One second…

Doh! I forgot to crosspost here from the Magazines board.

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