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The Wolf Who Would Eat the Lion


My personal interest in this wargame genre lies in creating a historical fiction for myself; and which includes making up quasi-historical nations wherein I can stage my rather whimsical wargame campaigns. This allows me to explore satellite regions of Scotland and Northern England with a passionate ardour, yet allows me the room to break free from confining shackles and use real life history, real situations, real people and actual events… then inject these with made up whimsies which never happened in actual history as we really know it. I have begun, rather affectionately, to call this made up jigsaw of ideas my “Imagi-Nations”, though that term is not of my own devising.
– introduction


Designer
Stephen Gilbert
Year Published
2010
Status
In Print
Contents
Available online (14-page PDF)

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The Wolf Who Would Eat the Lion

Being an Upside Down Set of Conditions for Enacting Lace Wars Wargames Set in the Jacobite Locals of an Imaginary Scoatia & Britannica