2011 Christmas Special


The 2011 Christmas Special is absolutely packed with great articles, scenarios and ideas for wargamers.  Here’s the full contents:

Page 4         The sinking of the Konigsberg.   A classic scenario for Bag the Hun

Page 8         On Patrol.  A complete pre-game patrol system for I Ain’t Been Shot Mum



Page 14       A Brief Affair by Charles Eckart of Colorado.  Australian troops attack a German held Pacific Island in 1914 with Mud & Blood



Page 18       An A to Z of Umpiring.  Fat Nick runs through the dos and don’ts of running games.   An idiots guide by the biggest idiot of them all!



Page 27       One off Battles for Let Feu Sacre.  Kev Lowth of Hampshire rolls up some scenarios for a quick game



Page 29       Green Hill Moonshine.  Chris Stoesen of Georgia presents this fun scenario for Terrible Sharp Sword. 



Page 34       Deadly Pairs.  A Bag the Hun scenario for Normandy 1944.



Page 35       Passchendaele, The Bitter Victory.  Sidney Roundwood looks at this epic battle and how it shaped the face of warfare.



Page 45       In the Salient.  Sid presents three Scenarios for gaming Passchendaele  with Through the Mud and the Blood.



Page 65       6mm LOVES IABSM.  Mark Luther of Atlanta tells us why he believes 6mm to be the perfect scale for IABSM



Page 68       Across the Nemen.  Mark puts his money where his mouth is with this great Barbarossa scenario. 





Page 72       Messing Around with Boats.  Brian Wethersby of Texas presents his thoughts on rating ships for Kiss Me Hardy. 



Page 81       Operation Charnwood.  Capturing Caen.  The background to this remarkably little gamed operation.



Page 88.      A Fresh & Highly Trained Instrument  A complete Operation Charnwood mini-campaign for I Ain’t Been Shot Mum. 



Page 103     The Capture of Akhalkalak Fortress Chris Stoesen presents this scenario for Sharp Practice set on the borders of Russia and the Ottoman Empire.



Page 107     Tom Ballou of Massachusetts gives us some alternative sniper rules for IABSM.



Page 108     Bridge over the River Urk.  Robert Avery of No Fixed Abode heads to the Eastern Front with a Partisan scenario for IABSM.    



Page 113     The Roundwood Report.  Like a Bat out of Hull Sidney provides the answers you want to hear, and then some you don’t in this incisive interrogation of Lardmeister Richard Clarke.  What is the future for TooFatLardies?



Page 118     Get Fondler.  With news of his brothers death at the hands of a criminal gang, Richard Fondler heads for Gateshead in this gritty Sharp Practice scenario.  Avoid tall buildings!



Page 122     May Madness.  Fat Nick is Tail End Charlie with this scenario for Bag the Hun above the Dunkirk perimeter in 1940.  Tally Ho!


Fantastic value for just £6.  Still the best deal in wagaming!


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