B10-103 – Large House/Shop – £3.00
B10-126 – Munitions Bunker – £2.25
B10-127 – Primitive Dwelling- £2.25
ME35a - Archers wearing assorted nasal bar and skull cap helmets. Four figures - £4.00 GBP
ME37a - Crossbowmen wearing assorted nasal bar and skull cap helmets. Four figures - £4.00 GBP
SRP01 – Rat Men Pirate Command (3)
SRP02 – Rat Men Pirates with Swords (4)
SRP03 – Rat Men Pirates with Guns (4)
SRP02 – Rat Men Pirates with Halberds (4)
…Theme: The French in World War I
Column: Rick Priestley, "This gaming life - Birds of a feather"
Feature: Eoghan Kelly, "Bitesize battles - The Battle of Jemmingen, 1568"
Feature: Daniel Mersey, "Lion Rampant in the fifteenth century - Kingmaker"
Feature: Warwick Kinrade, "Battlegroup WWII for North Africa - Looking into the big blue"
Feature: Gerry Miller, "The French paras after WWII - Les Centurions"
Column: Sam S. Mustafa, "It's just a game - Going to lengths"
Theme: Guy Bowers and Olivier Perronny, "The French Perspective on La Grande Guerre - The last of the last"
Theme: Olivier Perronny, "The Battle of Hurtebise Farm, 1914 - A century after Napoleon"
Theme: Eoghan Kelly, "La Tete des Faux and Col du Bonhomme - The battle in the clouds"
Theme: Mark Backhouse, "Fighting with the French at Gallipoli - Kum Kale"
Theme: Tony Harwood, "Building a French motor balloon lorry - Up and
…Briefing: the Editor looks forward to actually getting some games this year, though they may not be of the kind readers expect.
World Wide Wargaming: The Editor passes on some wonderful news about the ‘Post Our Paint’ campaign run by Leon Pengilly, introduces another pair of worthy blogs, looks at the significant new Kickstarter for PSC’s new WWI version of Commands & Colors, and wraps up with some more advice for bloggers.
Forward observer: Neil Shuck opens with a brief look at the ‘lead mountain’ phenomenon, before plunging into a scientific excuse explanation for the wargaming project cycle, from initial temptation through to abandonment. He’s also been rummaging in the shed, and continues his challenge to recreate a classic wargame.
Teddy O’Rorke: Diane Sutherland has gone all colonial, and provides a step-by-step guide to building an MDF kit, accompanied by the