Miniature Wargames Magazine – Issue 450 October 2020 – Walking The Plank


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Inside this month’s issue:

Issue 450 of Miniature Wargames we have a selection of rules and scenarios to help out in wargaming lockdown
On the cover is Walking the Plank: Caribbean cut-throats and ship borne shenanigans for doubloons a plenty! Shiver your timbers with a trio of piratical scenarios set in the Anglo American anti-piracy operations between 1822 & 1826 but adaptable for many eras.

In Si Vis Pacem: Para Bellum: we have a look at the modelling process for plastic and resin miniatures by Para Bellum. In The Battle Of Assunpink Creek we have a scenario of Revolution and War in New Jersey: it’s the American War of Independence.
In An Interdimensional Dance we take a look at a campaign system for Song of Blades & Heroes.

In Send 3 and 4 pence: Conrad Kinch explores the Uncovering Waterloo project: you can be involved in building a huge diorama and… gosh that’s a lot of toy soldiers! And in On The Grid we take a quick look at gridded wargaming: are you on the square?

and in Practical Wargames Scenery: Tony Harwood finishes his scratch build of a Roman Mile Castle and in Railroad Baron it’s all aboard for the monorail express as the Editor builds an SF railway!

Club Spotlight features the Mailed Fist Wargames Club..

Finally, we have the review sections Defence in Depth for Figures and rules, Quartermaster for scenery and accessories plus we have Forward Observer for news and Recce for seven insightful book reviews.

Last Word is by Iain Dickie ex-editor of Miniature Wargames