Wargames, Soldiers & Strategy Blog

  • WSS podcast episode 32: terrain in wargaming

    In a somewhat chaotic episode, Angus, Guy, Jasper, and Mark discuss the role of terrain in wargming, and specifically that of bridges. Our discussion was... Read more
  • Hello my old friend...

    My local Wednesday-night club has had a bit of an ancients revival, spurred on by Warlord Games' SPQR. Several units of Romans and Celts have... Read more
  • Horses in Contrast

    After my recent comments on the Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy Podcast No 31, I thought I'd better do a blog about painting horses, using (drum... Read more
  • WSS podcast episode 31: the broad church of wargaming

    Guy's on vacation, but being the dedicated sort, he has prepared some contributions. That allows Angus, Mark and Jasper to discuss the wide, wide scope... Read more
  • Zulus in Contrast

    The Zulu Wars is a fascinating period. However, the one thing which always put me off this period was the sheer amount of Zulus that... Read more
  • Playing SPQR

    We've been playing a few games of SPQR recently and the more games we play, the more we get a grasp on the intricacies of... Read more
  • WSS podcast episode 30: The Joy of Six and the GWS 2019 launches

    While Guy was at Joy of Six earlier in July, he was cordially 'invited' to participate in a panel discussion about all-things related to small-scale... Read more
  • Painting a whoooooole load of British Riflemen

    On the WS&S Podcast (episode 28), I was challenged to see how quickly I could paint some historical miniatures using the new Citadel Contrast Paints... Read more
  • The Joy of Six

    Sunday last, I attended the Joy of Six show in Sheffield. This is a wargames show dedicated purely to 6mm scale (1/300). There were twenty-seven... Read more
  • Controversial Contrast Paints

    The new Citadel Contrast Paints have been causing a stir. They have been compared to the next best thing in the hobby, while a few... Read more

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