All posts tagged “tabletop wargaming

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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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L’art de la Guerre- Learning Curve

Life isn’t a single win at all costs game. Rather, it is a whole series of linked games where it really does matter how one played the game. The trick of winning is therefore to learn from your mistakes. You need to want to win… Read More

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Happy Easter

Good Friday and the Passion have been duly observed in the less than traditional Ferres household! My good lady wife is having her hair cut and supporting the entire local area with her expenditure. My mother has returned from hospital after skating down the patio… Read More

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Embers of War

How time passes…..you have spent all weekend wargaming and then the anti- climax of the settee and Come Dancing/ X-factor/ Downton re-runs. But we hard core gamers aren’t attracted to sequins and heaving bodices, we are made of sterner stuff, it’s off to Firestorm Carpets… Read More

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Starting Over

Getting back into routine after the Summer has been hard. So many demands on our time and sometimes hobbies have to get pushed to the back of the to-do queue. It’s half way through September and I have a bit of a backlog. Don’t fret… Read More

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Tarleton’s Blunder!

Part Two of the Battle of Camden The remorseless Brish pincer movement didn’t dent the Americans’ confidence. Volley after volley tore through the redcoats. The Maryland continentals were prooving more than a match for their loyalist adversaries. Horatio Gates even had the audacity to order… Read More