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Miniature Wargames Magazine Milestone Issues 1 and 400

I bought the latest issue of Miniature Wargames with Battlegames  number 400 this week (August 2016 issue) at W.H. Smith’s  on the local high street. To be honest  I haven’t bought this magazine much over the last ten to thirty years, beginning to read it again about two months ago on a long train journey. 2,580 more words

Toy Soldiers

Virtus 2016

Dear reader,

You are cordially invited to Wales’ premier 25mm L’art de la Guerre competition on the 3rd and 4th of December at the excellently appointed Firestorm Games, Trade Street, Cardiff. 91 more words

Michael Potter

Contrary to popular belief, most teachers don’t spend their summer vacations “marking and preparing”. After a 36 week year of being hunched over at a desk, I like to kick back and relax by…..erm…..sit painting, hunched over at a desk! 278 more words

Bolt Action - Burma 1944

This weekend the local HMGS-South group played a Bolt Action game.

The Envelopment Scenario in the Bolt Action rule book was used. It was based on the fighting around the city of Kohmia in May 1944, between the British 2nd Division and the Japanese 15th Division. 176 more words

Miniature Wargames

Dig the New Breed

In our never ending quest to bring you the very best writing from hungry young writers, today we bring you the words of Mark Fry. He is without doubt one of the finest wargaming writers found within eight miles of Aust services. 266 more words

Seekrieg 5 - Falklands 1914

This weekend the local HMGS-South group played a WWI naval game using the Seekrieg 5 rules. The scenario was based loosely on the situation in the Falklands in December 1914, but with significant historical revisions to produce a more balanced battle. 289 more words

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Guilded Revolutionaries

Well we are that stage again, the wargamer’s new pet project. It is of course Napoleon in Italy and Prospero has once again come up trumps. 149 more words