Wargames, Soldiers & Strategy Blog

  • Hip to be square

    There is one thing I don’t understand about wargaming today. There is a growing preference of and predominance for round bases when it comes to basing models. That goes primarily... Read more
  • The first volley

    “An half hour before sunrise the Enemy came in sight, drove in our advanced posts, and as soon as they came in proper distance, our... Read more
  • Demo in a suitcase

    Traditionally Wargames, Soldiers and Strategy runs a game at the major shows we attend (Salute and Crisis). Last Saturday saw Crisis 2015 in Antwerp. We decided... Read more
  • WSS Crisis report

    As always, we had a wonderful time at the Crisis show in Antwerp. It’s a great convention for catching up with old friends, talking to... Read more
  • First world problems

    I left you just about when I was picking up my can of spray-paint to lay down a base coat for my minutemen. This was... Read more
  • WSS at Crisis!

    This Saturday is Continental Europe’s biggest (I suppose) wargaming show: Crisis, organised by the Tin Soldiers of Antwerp. Obviously, Karwansaray Publishers will be there with Wargames... Read more
  • Anything but pitched battle

    By far the most common game played in wargaming must be the ‘pitched battle’. This generally involves both sides lining up balanced forces and fighting it... Read more
  • Blue spirits

    For some reason I feel very tempted to quote Eddy Izzard at this time, but I’ll refrain from that. At least on here… On the... Read more
  • How I learnt to love card activation.

    Card activation? I used to hate it. Give me a game with the predictable ‘I go, U go’ any day of the week… So how come... Read more
  • Tarleton...

    The date that this post is destined to hit the internet, I’ll be lounging on Lanzarote. Enjoying a well-deserved (in my humble opinion) holiday. But as... Read more

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