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Warning Order


Type
Hobby Publication
Status
Active
Size
8" x 11"; 15-24 pages
Frequency
Three issues per year
Subscriptions
Free download
Publisher
Wasatch Front Historical Gaming Society
Editor
Matt Irsik

Personal logo FlyXwire Supporting Member of TMP writes:

Love it – and good stuff too – read this edition's last page 'editorial' on the hobby, and comments about "the best for this or that/recommendations", etc.

I don't reply to many forum threads anymore concerning these sorts of questions. Often for the very reason that few gamers are coming from the same desire for their gaming expectations, and often the OP asking the question doesn't really know what they're seeking.

Hit the history books is what I would like to say (if historical gaming is the new interest), then there's going to be a clearer "point of entry" to the hobby……then afterwards, maybe the seeker still remains engaged.



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This entry created 27 June 2007. Last revised on 27 June 2007.

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Warning Order is a free, full-color magazine available as a free download from our club's web site. Each issue features battle reports, reviews of rules, products, and board games, interviews, and more.

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The magazine's primary focus is on historical board and miniatures wargaming.