WI434, FEVRIER 2024

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OBSERVATION POST

We review new basing materials, fantasy elves, an ECW painting guide, and rules for gaming the late Sengoku period in Japan.

RELEASE RADAR

Dom Sore’s monthly column shines a light on new and upcoming wargaming kit from an assortment of manufacturers.

QUICK FIRE

What have your fellow hobbyists been up to? Find out in Quick Fire, our regular, reader submitted section.

THEME: HISTORY, SCENARIO, STATS. DONE.

Pete Brown introduces this month’s theme with an article examining how best to explore History – Scenario gaming.

THEME: THE TEMPLARS’ LAST CHARGE

Steve Tibble casts his expert gaze over the last moments of the Templars at war, during the Siege of Acre.

THE NEVER-ENDING COLLECTION

Pete Brown again, this time reporting on the Culloden game he ran at the Warlord Games Open Day.

ADRIATIC ADVENTURES

Dave Watson outlines Russian activities in the Adriatic in 1806, and offers a Napoleonic tabletop scenario with a difference.

ABC WARRIORS THE MINIATURES GAME

James guides us through Warlord Games’ new 2000 AD related ABC Warriors starter set.

THEME: A FREEZING FIGHTING RETREAT

Dom Sore follows up on last issue’s Hit and Run theme with an article that examines the Italians’ fighting retreat from Russia in World War Two.

THE ATTACK ON FORT GALLABAT

Last issue, Karim van Overmeire outlined the background and gaming basics for this WWII action in the African Campaign. This time he shows how to translate the gaming into a one-day campaign.

THEME: THE BATTLE OF MOTTOLA

A Liberation of Italy skirmish encounter for Bolt Action by Colin Ball.

WARGAMING MANZIKERT

Simon MacDowall provides a detailed account of a clash in the East, between the Byzantines of Romanus IV and a Seljik army led by Alp Arslan.

OPERATION IKARUS PART TWO

Lisa Smedman returns to Iceland in the second part of her WWII ‘what if?’ Bolt Action campaign.

RUCKUS IN THE WI GAMING ROOM

In this article, James presents highlights from some of the dramatic Ruckus tabletop clashes that have been played in WI’s gaming room.

AN ACW SIGNAL TOWER: MAKING AND GAMING

Matt Parkes makes a tabletop vantage point for his Union Signal Party, and gaming guru Rick Priestley provides ideas for using it in his Black Powder rules.

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