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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

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Wargaming – the more things change…..

I knew I was in for a rough ride when the Don started to tell me that he would have gone for a maximum of Early Byzantine cavalry trained under Belisarius. How different the game would have been if my army hadn’t neglected to learn… Read More

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L’art de la Guerre- if you go down to the woods today

Guest contributor: Eddie Glew, Jefe of the Bristol Columna I have been asked to write about my over zealous Early Germans in L’art de la Guerre. My brother said to me once “I never understood you and dad’s love of impetuous armies” But I will… Read More

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Attack 2017 The Art of War

My regular reader will know that competition time means nervous energy throughout the house. Will the army be ready? Have I packed all my stuff? Have I fed the cats? Have I left food out for the children!? Will my opponents be happy, amiable characters… Read More

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Cry Haddock! (And unleash the Jumbos of war!)

Whilst the editor in chief is enjoying some quality time with his clan, the intrepid Mark Fry ventures to the West Country . It’s the hottest weekend yet in the glorious summer of 2017, it’s the weekend of Father’s Day and that means it’s time… Read More

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Virtus 2016 – Runners and Riders

Don’t you just love the sound of deadlines as they pass by? It’s been likened to herding cats but we finally have the twenty nine contestants and we know which army they intend to bring. There are still three lists to be submitted but one of… Read More