** BHGS Events Update : 2021 ———————————————————— Dear Michael As you have probably already guessed, we will unfortunately not be able to stage an edition of Britcon this year. Even with all of the positive news in recent weeks, and steady progress along the roadmap… Read More
All posts filed under “L’Art de la guerre”
Are women welcome in wargaming? The Know More Damsels movement
After last night’s “ challenging” Zoom meeting, I feel it necessary to explain the position of the Central Committee of Cardiff Dice Studz in relation to ( not) adopting the No More Damsels player code. And yes the code is a real thing! We would… Read More
Can wargaming ever be justified?
Please read below our club response to the decision of the so called “right-reverend”Hugh Dispenser , Vicar and custodian of Morgansdown Church Hall, to decline our application for club residency on “pacifist” grounds…. Dear “Vicar”, The fundamental principle underlying all justifications of wargaming, from the… Read More
L’Art de la Guerre V4- Evolution versus revolution
By Dave Lowrie of the Bath Dice Studz This week has been a joyous one amongst the tribes, ADLG v4 arrived in the first post after the bank holiday! Don Miguel Bin Al Dween, Coronel of the Grand Tercio de Catalunya y Radyr and Lord… Read More
Is work getting in the way of your wargaming?
Is your life worth living? Does your life have enough me time? Will the future bring opportunities? The world of work is in transition. Are you ready? The world of work is being struck by waves of change. Some are vast and visible – leaps… Read More
French paratroopers and the Bhagavad Gita
A hobby with targets? Yuk! However, I’d set those targets and in true Jordan Peterson style, I was going to tidy my bedroom before conquering the world! Within a few days I could actually see the floor! Would the reorganisation be without pain? A single… Read More
Ulubatli Hasan, Julius Evola and defeat in Afghanistan
Ulubatli Hasan (1428 – May 29, 1453) was a Timarli Sipâhî in the service of Sultan Mehmed II of the Ottoman Empire who achieved legendary status as a heroic Turkish martyr at the successful Siege of Constantinople. He was born in a small village called Ulubat (near Karacabey)… Read More
Wargaming: mercenary fighters
The sun rose early and the gang was assembling. The morning matinee started at ten a.m. and seating was limited, seating where we wanted to be anyway. The ideal location was half way up the auditorium; fewer missiles hitting the back of your head but… Read More
Ah Spring has come to Wales! The daffodils are in bloom and the lamas are “gambolling!” ( I don’t know quite why there are lamas in the field behind my house!) After a whole three days back at work after lock- down, it’s time to… Read More
To the Strongest: The Normans
Well it’s March the first and another wargames army is finished! Please don’t contact your legal representative, I promised an army a month and this counts!….and if you need more reasons? It just does!