December 2020 issue 452
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Issue 452 of Miniature Wargames we have another great selection of rules and scenarios as we plunge back into lockdown.
On the cover is The Battle Of Nepenthe: a scenario, For Conquest: The last Argument of Kings by Para Bellum and a painting guide for a Household Knight plus – for an exclusive for print purchasers – there’s a free Household Knight plastic miniature worth over £12.
In Send 3 and 4 pence: Conrad Kinch details the use of the famous PIAT at Market garden and includes a scenario four using it using Osprey’s Black Ops rules. There’s also a special downloadable interview with Matthew Moss about his latest work on The Piat.
In Command Decision: Cry Freedom Jon Sutherland explores a fight against Arab Slavers and in Big Bethel Arthur Harman opens up a series on a scenario from the American Civil War.
In Rio Grande Chris Swan gives us part two of a three part series with details of establishing a Republic in Texas during 1839.
In Doin’ The Mess Around we investigate using Osprey’s latest Fantasy rules Oathmark for historical gaming.
In Practical Wargames Scenery Tony Harwood builds a snowy Bleak Falls for Elder Scrolls from scratch but if that doesn’t hit the spot, Dave Tuck makes some carved standing stones in Runic Oaths and you can too!
Club Spotlight features the Glasgow & District Wargames Club.
Finally, we have the review sections with a bumper crop of Defence in Depth for Figures and rules, Quartermaster for scenery and accessories plus we have Forward Observer for news and Recce for thirteen insightful book reviews.
Last Word is by the Editor.
on sale 20 November 2020