Mar. 08, 2014 (posted in WS&S editor's blog)
In part one, I discussed the "Paddington Bear" stare, which is – in my humble opinion – entirely appropriate if an opponent's army has been either tooled up the extreme or contains some equally fanciful notions or clever rules interpretations (read: rule abuses).
There's playing a game for fun...
Feb. 28, 2014 (posted in WS&S editor's blog)
One of the perks I have working for Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy is attending quarterly meetings at the head offices in Zutphen, Holland. It is far easier to discuss our strategy for future issues of the magazine in person rather than over the phone.
Feb. 26, 2014 (posted in WS&S editor's blog)
As explained in my last blog entry, our local gaming group had a competition to paint an artillery gun. Now that I had my brave artillery crew painted, next I needed a gun for them to man and a base to mount both gun and crew.
Feb. 24, 2014 (posted in WS&S editor's blog)
As part of our Project Ligny for 2015, I'm painting a lot of French. A lot. I'm even beginning to dream in French uniforms, waking up in a sweat while trying to remember if I have the right shade of uniform or the right cuffs for light infantry.
Feb. 19, 2014 (posted in WS&S editor's blog)
Too many periods, too many scales, too many rules, too little time.
I suffer from a disease that will be familiar to many other wargamers, that of the wargames butterfly. There is always something new to fire my imagination. There is always something "shiny" to come along...
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