Posts By: Legion


Posted by & filed under BLOG, Skirmish, Space-poc.

Most rules game either historical order or fictional chaos. I’m interested in what skirmishes will look like during the transition period from the former state to the latter. What does war look like when — while — every nation is falling apart? [See my earlier post HERE.] [See Also: cycles within patterns?] Yyeeaarrs ago I… Read more »

Bottle Battles

Posted by & filed under Bars!, BLATHER, Thanks.

This Sunday I’m thankful there are men in the world who don’t allow even the mortal danger of organized violence to come between them and a good piss-up. A few months ago, in the March 2020 issue of Miniature Wargames magazine, I learned about the Battle of Tuttlingen. I thought, “Cool, that’s a well written… Read more »

Magazines for Which I am Thankful

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This Sunday I’m thankful for a trio of Wargames Magazines you may or may not have heard of. This threesome are the Neapolitan Ice Cream of lead-pusher porn. Wargames Illustrated seems to be the one you can find everywhere. It has the highest physical production value (square-bound, glossy, 108 pages*) and publishes some really good… Read more »


Posted by & filed under BLOG, Metamorphosis Alpha.

[I’m saddened and dismayed it’s taken me this long to come up with that.] So, here: It’s yours. And go back this ’cause it’s gonna be cool. Now that’s outta the way, … *** Note: the following isn’t a way to find out who your parents were, that’s already been covered. This is a method… Read more »

Thankful for the Middle Ages

Posted by & filed under BLATHER, Thanks, Theirs.

What a time to be alive! Something I’ve wondered about off and on for years is why nobody was making figs inspired by classic art. There are a lot — tons really — of minis out there of this or that TV or film character. And a fair few of daring heroes and cruel villains… Read more »

Thirlwall Castle

Posted by & filed under BLATHER, Travel.

This will probably be the last of my posts about the North of England. We went to Thirlwall Castle. It was a cool cloudy day. Seemed right. Here are the three plaques nearby and on site. And I shot a pano of each face. I hope they’re useful to some of you. As I said… Read more »

King Arthur’s Well

Posted by & filed under BLATHER, Travel.

One morning in Haltwhistle I was poring over this map … … (which I pre-ordered before we left home, still have and still love) and came across this: So we worked it into our hike that day. Here’s the approach from the west: And here are two shots of it looking north: And here is… Read more »

More About the North

Posted by & filed under Bars!, BLATHER.

  My post yesterday reminded me of some highlights from the trip my wife and I took along Hadrian’s Wall in ’16. The Anchor Hotel in Haydon Bridge is a nice place. Quaint rooms, good food, reasonable rates, fine location in the village. But the most memorable part of staying there was that when we… Read more »