Editorial

Lead into Gold – Accounting, not Alchemy

Lead into Gold – Accounting, not Alchemy

This article is reprinted, with permission, from the Enfilade 2010 Yearbook and was written by an author who wished to remain anonymous. The information presented is very enlightening and provides some insight into the accounting related to miniature figure lines.  I have been in the business of manufacturing toys for wargamers for just under a […]

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Over the River and Through the Woods – Table Top Terrain
By February 12, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Over the River and Through the Woods – Table Top Terrain

One subject I’ve thought about (even agonized about) for a long time is terrain and how to best model tabletop terrain and its influence on the rules, combat, visibility, movement and morale. It’s my observation that most wargame tables have far too little terrain. The world is not a billiard table. Yet, if we attempt […]

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Complaining: Can’t we all just get along?
By January 29, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Complaining: Can’t we all just get along?

It seems like some of us don’t understand that what we do is ‘just a game,’ and games are supposed to be fun. I used to game with a guy (notice I said “used to”) who would chastise anyone who said “it’s just a game,” and of course, being the well-balanced human being that I […]

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Is It Historical?
By December 19, 2013 2 Comments Read More →

Is It Historical?

I get the impression that many of you either prefer historical scenarios or only play historical scenarios.  This is quite commendable.  Now, I must ask what is a historical scenario and for you, why are they so special?  I suppose what fascinates me about these questions is why the fervor?  Yes I play historical scenarios, […]