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    Avatar photoJohn Treadaway
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    In the November edition – number 476 of Miniature Wargames – we have another great issue!

    On the cover we have The Back Of Beyond: Chris Swan takes us all on a trip to far off lands using the eponymous ruleset: from Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Tibet to Russian Siberia, all will also be included in your tour. Pack a case!

    Command Decision: In Three Bloody Angles we go from the AWI to the ACW, and Jon Sutherland gives us three scenarios.

    In General Grand Effect we present a set of rules for mass Napoleonic games at an Army-Level by Arthur Harman.

    In Simply Epic: we offer some painting encouragement for the following winter months: if you want to get the best from your diminutive Warlord mass figures, we show you how. Prepare to squint!

    In Send Three And Fourpence Conrad Kinch looks at national characteristics with some ideas on how to interpret them for wargaming.

    In a SELWG Show Report the Editor has a day out with his camera with a quick visit to North London.

    In Defence In Depth we present the latest in figure and rules reviews.

    We have two separate scratch building exercises to tempt you thin month: In Warship of the Sea Peoples Tony Harwood builds the Sea People’s primary means of transport (the clue’s in their name!).

    Alternatively, in Scratching The Itch the Editor shows how you could build something from nonsense you find in your rubbish!

    Recce has some splendiferous publications to pique a wargamer’s interest.

    The Last Word has some more thoughts from the Editor.

     

    Enjoy!

    John Treadaway

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    #179788
    Avatar photoDarkest Star Games
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    I always enjoy seeing scratch building articles, especially when they involve making things from the odds and sods from the rubbish bin.  There are often spectacular results.

     

    "I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."

    #179828
    Avatar photoJohn Treadaway
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    I always enjoy seeing scratch building articles, especially when they involve making things from the odds and sods from the rubbish bin. There are often spectacular results.

    Hopefully you’ll like that one!

    John Treadaway

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    "They don't have to like us, snake, they just have t' make the payment schedule" Lt Cooter - Hammer's Slammers
    #180459
    Avatar photoPhil Dutré
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    Hi John,

    I know this is not your department, but this is the 3rd month in a row my hardcopy fails to arrive (in Belgium), and I have to ask for a replacement copy through the subscription department.

    I asked the people from subscriptions to look into it, and whether it’s something on my end, the magazine’s end, or somewhere in between (i.e. the mail services), but perhaps you could apply some additional pressure to sort this out? 😉

    I’m always happy to support the hobby magazines, but then the magazines also have to arrive, of course 😉

     

    #180499
    Avatar photoJohn Treadaway
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    Phil

    I’ll give them a poke.

    John T

    John Treadaway

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