…Column: Rick Priestley, "This gaming life - It's a goal"
Special: Piers Brand, "A bitesize battle for the capture of Arnhem - Clearing the tomb"
Special: Joseph McCullough, "A Frostgrave mini-campaign with a difference - Warriors of Athena"
Special: Dillon Browne, "The Romans march against Palmyra - Clubs versus kontos at Emesa"
Theme: Adrian McWalter, "Why wargame with a Napoleonic Russian army - Slavsya, Otechestvo!"
Theme: Adrian McWalter, "The Battle of Gorodetschna - The Black Eagle's claws"
Theme: Eoghan Kelly, "Battles in the Khanates, June and July 1805 - The Russian Carrhae"
Theme: Michael Leck, "The Finnish War of 1808 - The boy versus the bear"
Theme: Michael Leck, "History and rules for Sharp Practice - The Swedish Army,
…In To the next river, the fifth installment of The red empire strikes back – fighting the Great Patriotic War one battle at a time, Andrew Rolph continues his series of Ostfront scenarios with a desperate defence of a river line by a hastily cobbled together kampfgruppe in danger of being overwhelmed.
In Centreville refought, Mike Batten and his friends from the Shrewsbury Wargames Society discovered that they had inspiration in common, sparked by the late, great Terry Wise and his simple games with Airfix toy soldiers.
A Piper at the Gates sees John Treadaway setting out a scenario for the popular ‘hard’ sci-fi ruleset Hammer’s Slammers, which can easily be translated to most modern settings. In addition, he recounts how The Editor mercifully avoided disgracing himself in his first ever Slammers encounter!
In Grenouisse at bay part 3, The Editor continues his account of the latest