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11 Apr 2022 9:49 a.m. PST
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yarkshire gamer11 Apr 2022 9:35 a.m. PST

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I'm back with the latest installment of the Yarkshire Gamers Reet Big Wargames Podcast and this episode has not one but three guests, three for the price of one (it's free but you get what I mean !)

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Simon Hall tells us all about the latest updates to his rules and an exciting project bringing the computer game Rome Total War to the tabletop.

Mark Freeth comes in for a chat about the Wargames Holiday Centre and the upcoming Donald Featherstone Weekend (which yours truly will be attending).

My final guest, everyone's favourite Arnhem and Scottish Medieval History expert Dr Chris Brown talks about avoiding his publisher and his WW2 Wargames event in Arnhem.

There will be another episode at the end of the month so until then, Sithee.

Regards Ken
The Yarkshire Gamer

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