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    Avatar photoJohn Treadaway

    In issue 482 of Miniature Wargames we have another wonderful selection of scenarios, rules, and scratch builds for the reader.

    The cover we have a Tale of Arabian Nights. This is a skirmish game scenario set in the mysterious middle east. It uses the new rules written by Chris Swan for Men, Myths & Monsters rules (by Caliver Books) and the scenario is from the upcoming expansion pack by the rules author.

    In Send Three And Fourpence we have some History and Wargaming with a Spanish Spain: Mr Kinch holds an interview with Professor Charles Esdaile.

    In Command Decision Jon Sutherland uses his new Mad Dogs & Englishmen rules for the first of a two part campaign: Cawnpore 1857. “Last week I fought four fights has a selection of four Indian Mutiny scenarios. And it concludes next month!

    in Bish Bash Bosh Kevin Dallimore tries out Army Painter Speedpaints.

    In Nihon shugi: Pyongyang 1894 we have a Sino-Soviet scenario which will be making an appearance at the next Partizan.

    For the WWII fans, in Wardrop Ambush we have a Chain of Command scenario set in Germany 10th April 1945:

    In Practical Wargames Scenery Tony Harwood is making a quick build of a space ship. and in 50 Gun Salute the Editor takes his camera to the big London event.

    Finally, we have the review sections with a bumper crop of Defence in Depth for Figures and rules, Quartermaster for the latest Deep Cut gaming mat, plus we have Forward Observer for news and Recce for ten insightful book reviews.

    Last Word is with Geoff Solomon-Sims of Oakbound Studio.

    John Treadaway


    "They don't have to like us, snake, they just have t' make the payment schedule" Lt Cooter - Hammer's Slammers
    Avatar photoAndrew Beasley

    Never played an Arabian Knights game – looking forward to reading about one 🙂


    Avatar photoTony Harwood

    I’ve just received my copy and I look forward to reading the Arabian scenario.


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