2013 Christmas Special

£6.00

Our biggest every Special weighs in at 167 pages full of wargaming ideas, scenarios and even complete rule sets for games and campaigns. The full contents are below:

Page 2 Introduction: A Festive welcome

Page 5 Venta Icenorum: What unpleasant surprise awaits the homecoming King in this scenario for Dux Britanniarum?

Page 9 A Village In Normandy: A historical account the scene of some of D-Day’s toughest fighting. Scenarios for IABSM and Chain of Command

Page 20 Everybody Look What’s Going Down: A Vietnam scenario for Charlie Don’t Surf. Page 24 All at Sea: A campaign background for an exciting fight in the Indian Ocean with Sharp Practice and Kiss Me Hardy

Page 40 All Quiet on the Central Front: An advanced look at I Ain’t Been Nuked Mum. The forthcoming “Lard Approved” Cold War rules.

Page 43 Modelling Continuous Exposure to Combat: Mike Whitaker looks at the effects of combat on men and how to reflect this in our games.

Page 45 You Dirty Rats €œ The Rules:  We head for 1930s Chicago with a card chase gangster game. A complete set of rules and cards ready to play.

Page 63 Chain of Command Espana: An introduction to the Spanish Civil War version of Chain of Command. Peninsula Infantry and Cavalry start off the Army list collection.

Page 88 The Roundwood Report: Sidney investigates all the news and opinions on Lard Island.

Page 96 Scenario Seven: The seventh Scenario for Chain of Command. Mike Brian provides a welcome addition to the rules.

Page 98 One Gun to Rule Them All: Dr Arrigo Vellicogna looks at the development and deployment of the Sherman 76mm.

Page 108 Emerson’s Exit: Jim Jackaman takes a look at designing scenarios for Bag the Hun and provides us with an historical refight.

Page 116 Carros Blindados, Autoametrelladoras & Tizanos. 1936: Jim Hale looks at impromptu armoured vehicles in the first year of the Spanish Civil War

Page 120 Playing Chain of Command with Platoon Forward: Joe Legan tells us how he combines our latest rules with his classic campaign generator

Page 123 Scenario Thirteen: Robert Avery gives us more at Christmas

Page 128 Force Morale, Your Flexible Friend: Developing the concept of Force Morale further, we look at representing different unit types and applying the system to IABSM

Page 133 Staghounds & Dynamite: A scenario for I Ain’t Been Shot Mum as Kiwis take on the Jerries in Italy

Page 139 Hens, Chicks & Spanish Drivers: Jim Hale provides us with details of tanks in the Spanish Civil War for Chain of Command

Page 143 Random Events in Chain of Command: Mike Brian provides some more random events ideas

Page 147 One Dark Night: Don’t Panic! The Home Guard take on a German landing party intent on rescuing a spy. A scenario for Chain of Command

Page 150 In Flanders Fields: Anticipating next year’s 100th anniversary, we look at 1914 infantry tactics

Page 157 In the Last Ditch Again: A Through the Mud & the Blood scenario for the retreat from Mons, 1914

Page 160 Hell & Heroism: Ben Fiene presents three Chain of Command scenarios set around the battle for Hannut in May 1940.

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