- 29/01/2017 at 01:49 #56750Another WargamerParticipant
Recently I picked up issue 88 of Wargames Soldiers & Strategy from a local hobby shop (USA). A special thank you to Michael Leck for 2 scenarios in the issue with each scenario designed for 2 separate rule set — CONGO and The Men That Would be Kings. Very thoughtful and practical. Awesome job Mr. Leck! I look forward to trying them out.
Keep up the good work Wargames Soldiers & Strategy and I will keep on purchasing your magazine.29/01/2017 at 06:43 #56755Norm SParticipant
Yes, a superb magazine that really feels like it is written for wargamers by wargamers. Always a few good interesting scenarios in there and avoids the ‘history’ type articles, giving favour to wargame pieces.29/01/2017 at 14:05 #56767RhodericParticipant
A special thank you to Michael Leck for 2 scenarios in the issue with each scenario designed for 2 separate rule set — CONGO and The Men That Would be Kings. Very thoughtful and practical.
I really appreciate this basic concept. It’s a sign of the vitality and warmth of the miniature gaming scene that there are so many popular rulesets coexisting companionably and more keep coming along at a steady pace. Acknowledging and endorsing that by publishing scenarios designed for multiple rulesets at once is a great idea. I wish it were done more often.
I agree that WSS is a superb magazine. Also, Michael Leck (AKA Dalauppror in the online community) is an inspirational hobbyist who writes great articles.30/01/2017 at 01:04 #56816Another WargamerParticipant
Thanks Norm Smith and Rhoderic for expressing the idea on my mind more eloquently than I did. I have not thumb through the whole magazine yet so my apologies to other WSS author(s) if they also provided scenarios with army lists for multiple rule sets and I did not mention his/her name. I’m just excited about Mr. Leck’s scenario because of what I have been painting as of late.
Norm Smith. History is what brought me into this hobby so I do enjoy a bit of historical background in various articles as well. Scenarios that I can use are what keeps me coming back though.
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