Lard Magazine 2021
Welcome and Introduction
Big Rich reflects on the last year and his hopes for the future
Bazooka Town. Joe Bilton
Won’t you take me to… A complete Late War Pint Sized Campaign set in the
Ruhr Pocket for Chain of Command
Let’s Get This Project Started. Colin Murray
I’m coming up, so Colin had better get this project started. The boy from Buckfast
offers some great advice for getting a new project off to a flying start
Hell Hath No Fury Like a Woman Scorned. John Savage
Especially when she’s in a chariot! Get your wheelbarrow ready for this multi part
campaign for Infamy, Infamy! set in rebellious Britain in AD60
We’re on a Highway to Hell. David C.R. Brown
Rocking his way to the Eastern Front for some ‘O’ Group action, it’s the Housewife’s Favourite himself. Nice!
Great War What a Tanker. Keith Jordan
A look at adapting What a Tanker for the very first tank on tank action, Keith
Head to Villers Brettonneux. I hope he’s packed his wellies!
City & People. Sidney Roundwood
“Hullo clouds. Hullo Sky”. With the shackles of sanity abandoned, Sidney muses
on creating terrain for the urban environment of 17th Century Paris. As you do
Red Star Rampant. Jim Jackaman
The 1939 Khalkin Incident see the Soviets Take on the Japanese in Bag the Hun.
A full guide with seven spiffing scenarios to get you scrambling for your Yak
Desperate Measures in the Mediterranean. Charley Walker & Co.
The inseparable duo of Charley and Fred Worthingham present a Kiss Me Hardy
scenario set in the Mediterranean of 1794
War Among the Ferns. Simon Walker
Simon presents a complete guide to the New Zealand Wars with Sharp Practice.
A full breakdown or British, Colonial and Maori forces from 1843 to 1872. That’ll get tongues wagging!
An Incident at the Bay of Islands. Simon Walker
A scenario from the New Zealand Wars for use with War Among the Ferns
Building a German Church. Joe Bilton
With his architectural hat on and full health and safety clearance, Joe looks at
building a German church suitable for his Bazooka Town campaign
Vox Normannorum. Olve Kroknes
A complete saga experience from the Viking era for Dux Britanniarum from the
Pen of Norway’s Lardy Viking himself
Assault on Esperia. Tim Whitworth
An IABSM scenario from the soft underbelly of Italy in 1944 see the French confront
German forces near the Liri River
Return to the Raevsky Redoubt. David C.R. Brown
Borodino, the epic clash between two Empires in 1812. Here, Godfather of Wargaming, Dave Brown, returns to the Grand Redoubt with General d’Armee
Rückzug. David Hiscocks
A Pint-Sized-Campaign set in France and Belgium in August 1944. Can the Germans
stop the breakout from Normandy and the great swan? Call the RSPB!
Haitian Revolutionary Armies. Peter Davies
Sharp Practice Army lists for an unusual Napoleonic period confrontation in the
Caribbean. Go on. You know you want to. Trent Miniatures. It’s calling…
Sour Grapes. Joe McGrath
Strewth! The Fallschirmjäger take on the Australians in the scenario for Chain of
Command on Crete from Joe across the pond in the US with a scenario he ran at
The Roundwood Report Revisited. Sidney roundwood
They said it would never happen, but Sidney is back and talking to Mark Backhouse
about the forthcoming Strength & Honour rules from Reisswitz Press
Go Sharp Into the Desert. John Savage Pasha
John provides a full supplement for using Sharp Practice for actions in the Sudan
Between British, Egyptian and Mahdist forces. Break out the Factor 50 Quartermaster!
The Sands of Shah Wadi Wadi. Pasha John Savage
A short campaign of linked games for the Sudan. Can the Reverend and his daughter
escape the evil Osman Dinna Munni? I suspect some girls will, some girls won’t. Which is a very old musical joke
Micro-CoC. Kev Pierce
An informative guide to playing Chain of Command with 6mm forces. I am honestly refraining from making a smutty comment. But you knew that
The Australians at Pozieres. By Alex Sotheran
Rochdale’s finest son, aka Storm of Steel, leaves behind the glamour of the studio
For the mud of the Western Front with this scenario for Mud & Blood
La Haye Sainte. By Joe McGinn
Joe Looks at gaming the assault on the world’s most famous farmhouse. Not the one
in Bethlehem. The other one.