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The 2016 Summer Special Arrives

Well, better late than never, the Summer Special has arrived on Lard Island and we can seed why the stork took so long to deliver, its a bouncing bundle of 136 pages of Lard, bulging at the seams with scenarios, campaigns and articles.  You can find the contents below or, if you prefer, just leap to our web site to buy this beast for just £6.  Here’s the link:  Summer Special 2016
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Introduction
The usual waffle from the less-than-dynamic duo.
Death Road to Corunna
Alfredo Vitaller & chums from Club dragon in Madridpresent a chilly Napoleonic campaign for Sharp Practice
A Fast & Dirty Guide to Tactics
Playing Sharp Practice and looking for top tactical tips?  Look no further.
Let’s All Get Equally Confused
Two Operation Torch scenarios for I Ain’t Been Shot Mum from Charles Eckart in the USA
Team Desobry
Men of the midlands, Ade and Al, head for the Ardennes as Team Desobry defend Noville in December 1944 with Chain of Command
109 Beat It
Jim Jackaman takes on the Hun over northern France with Bag the Hun
George Washington’s Indian War
Simon Walker applied his war-paint and looks at this little known but rather spiffing war for Sharp Practice.
On the Trail of Fort Jefferson
A scenario for the above conflict.
Our Moccasins Trickled Blood.
Another Indian War scenario.  You know that they say, red moccasins…
At the Sharp End…of the Runway
Some campaign ideas for Bag the Hun from James Crate in the US of A.
Binky Faversham’s Guide to Banter
Tally Ho chaps, Caribou nibbling on the croquet hoops, Scramble!  Binky makes sense of banter from his high security psychiatric institution
The Company Commander in Big Chain of Command
Len Tracey suggests uses for the main man in large games of CoC.
Matching Scale and Wargames
La Roundwood introduces us to fine are and even finer figures for the Thirty Years War
The Japanese Army 1936-42
A guide to Japanese tactics from Len Tracey in Australia.
George of the Jungle
An IABSM scenario set in Burma in 1945 and starring George Macdonald Fraser.
A Fighting Withdrawal
A Dunkirk perimeter campaign for Chain of Command.  Can you save the BEF?
Itching to Mix It
The Hun are raiding Swanage.  It was the last time anyone went there out of choice.
America’s First D-Day
Charles Eckart presents a US-Mexican War amphibious landing.
Kernow’s Corner
A last-ditch fight for the DCLI as they stand up to the German Spring Offensive of 1918.  A Muddy CoC scenario.
Tanks in the Wire
The NVA attack a US Special Forces camp in 1968  A scenario for Charlie Don’t Surf from Ross Bowrage.
It was just my Imagi-Nation…
An introduction to Big Rich’s Seven Years War project.
The Khazi is Revolting
An Indian Mutiny Scenario from the Deep Fried Lard Games Day.  Can you get the Major Piles Relief Column through in time?
Saving the Honourable “Tootles” Ash
A cinematic adventure into WWII with a  rescue mission for Chain of Command.
The Roundwood Report
Sidney discusses firing mechanisms and much else with Big Rich.
Creating Facts on the Ground
Fighting the Six Day War Lardy Style with Robert Avery

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