Wargames, Soldiers & Strategy 67

Wargames, Soldiers & Strategy Issue 67 with Warfare and intrigue in Feudal Japan
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Special Feature: Warfare and intrigue in Feudal Japan
  • Rob Broom, 'Wargaming the Age of Warring States - Battles and Backstabbing'.
  • Rob Broom, 'Domyoji, 3 June 1615 - The Battle of the Tombs'.
  • Christy Beall, 'Creating the WS&S Salute board - Building the Wrath of Heaven'.
  • Guy Bowers, 'Ninja action with Muskets and Tomahawks - Wrath of Heaven'.
  • Andres Amian, 'Painting stylish Samurai - Dressed to kill'.
  • Jonas Svensson, 'Japanese miniatures big and small - sizable Samurai'.
  • Guy Bowers, 'Sengoku era Japanese miniatures - the way of the warrior'.
  • Chris Adcock, 'Painting one of the Guardians of the Tokugawa - Tadatsuku rides again!'
Features
  • Guy Bowers, 'Samurai adventures from Osprey - Ronin'.
  • James Oram, 'Bitesize Battles - Braddock Down, 1643'.
  • Mike Evans and Don Effinger, 'Storming the defences of Vicksburg - Unvexed to the Sea'.
  • Simon Moore, 'The Misadventures of Gnatman and Dobbin - Zombies not Included...'
  • Craig Cartmell and Charles Murton, 'A villainous company for In Her Majesty's Name - The Kentish Men'.
  • Mark Backhouse, 'A Mayan "Rumble in the Jungle" - Apocalypto'.
  • James White, 'Ancient and Medieval miniatures in 10mm - Painting a perfect 10'.
  • Mike Evans, 'Platoon-sizes actions in WW2 by TooFatLardies - Let's play Chain of Command'.
Departments
  • Rick Priestley, 'This Gaming Life’
  • Richard Clarke, 'Up front'.
  • Steve MacLauchlan, 'Fair Play'.
  • Gaming news
  • Miniature reviews
  • Game Reviews of Albion Triumphant, Volume 2, Battlegroup Overlord, and Armies of the Soviet Union
  • Book and board game reviews
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Manufacturer Karwansaray BV
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Free shipping on entire order No
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Customer Reviews (2)
Fantastic Magazine
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WSS is a great magazine! My one year subscription has just come to the end and I immediately renewed it! In my opinion this is one of the best wargaming magazines on the market, with a good spread of articles, balanced reviews of new releases, and commentaries from some of the big names in the hobby.

I have been looking forward to Issue 67 for some time with its Samurai theme! I am new to this period and it has given me some great ideas, but even if you know it well I think that there will be food for thought. I particularly like the reviews of models available for a period themed in the issue for different scales and different manufacturers. Very useful!

Keep up the good work, Guy!
Review by Ian (Posted on 7/17/2013)
Great issue, outstanding magazine!
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Wargames Soldiers & Strategy is by far the best magazine for wargaming in the market today. I devour every issue, and my only complaint is that it is bi-monthly. I would gladly pay double to have it be monthly! In fact, for the first time with any magazine, I took the longest subscription option with my last renewal.

Issue 67 is no exception to the excellent magazine that Guy Bowers has crafted. This is the "Samurai" theme issue. The monthly theme is something that can be either bang on for me, or sometimes, something that I may return to later. I still read every article in the issue. I have dabbled in samurai before, albeit in 6mm for DBA. The gorgeous photos in this issue are simply outstanding. One of my favourite features are the "how-to" articles that accompany the theme. This issue, the "Dressed to Kill: Painting Stylish Samurai" is a bit short on basics, but an excellent advanced study - a nice touch with such an intricate subject.

The non-theme articles are also well done. "Bite Size Battles" is a smaller scale English Civil War scenario played using Warlord Games excellent Pike & Shotte rules.

If you haven't picked up this issue, or any issue, of Wargames Soldiers & Strategy, why not? Give it a try, and even if the theme isn't your exact "thing", enjoy the quality and passion in the articles.

Review by Grant Dyck (Posted on 7/17/2013)
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