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Spotlight Articles

Outstanding articles that are not necessarily linked to one particular game, but may have broad appeal to gamers.

Best 3 Games with…World War I!

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"...we ended up playing 11 different WWI games and really fell in love with the wide variety of games, scales and approaches...". Grant Kleinhenz, in The Players' Aid, covers his three favorite World War I titles. Check out which games he is referring to when he comments: "This game is an instant classic..."; "...a very strategic game that can be quite deceptive and difficult to play well."; and "...my message to everyone who plays this game is beware of supply."

Poster: Doug Holt
Post Date: 5/31/2023


Noville, Belgium 1944 - celebrating 10 years of blogging.

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"...411 posts written, 8265 comments made..."! Norm Smith, in Battlefields and Warriors, muses on the fact that he's reached 10 years of blogging. Looking over his posts, he finds he is "...doing much the same thing and still being enthused." And, from Grognard.com's perspective, still writing one of the highest quality wargame blogs out there! And then, insights: "Blogging does bring some mysteries of the universe..."

Poster: Doug Holt
Post Date: 5/29/2023


When is a rout a real rout?

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"Is the designer really advocating rout in the true and maximum sense of the word or something less than that..."? Norm Smith, in his Battlefields and Warriors blog, takes a thoughtful look at the idea of a "rout", and how it is interpreted and used. Norm asks some good questions, like "...what is or should be the ‘deliberate’ direction of rout.", and will troops "…always, above all else, increase the distance between themselves and the enemy .. even to the detriment of their own forces?". And he would like your comments: "...enquiring minds would like to know."

Poster: Doug Holt
Post Date: 4/19/2023


History of Wargaming

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One of our Grognard members kindly submitted a scan of a fascinating early article about wargaming. The article is The History of Wargaming, by Martin Campion and Steven Patrick, and was in Strategy & Tactics, 1972, issue 33 used with permission from Decision Games.

Poster: Doug Holt
Post Date: 4/4/2023


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Gaming Conventions

Gaming Conventions

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Gaming Conventions

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If you belong to a gaming club, or know of one, please drop us a line and let us know so we can get it listed on Grognard.com!

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Grognard Originals

In addition to our links to great content all around the internet, expect to see more Grognard.com "originals" in the future.

PE TANG 1900 Q&A with Marco Campari

Some Q & A between myself and Marco Campari, designer of Pe Tang 1900 from Lumaca Games.

PE TANG 1900 Strategy Tips

This is the strategy I developed after playing Pe Tang 1900 from Lumaca Games.

PE TANG 1900 Optional Line of Sight Table

Here is an optional table to make it a little more difficult to eliminate the Boxer artillery.

PE TANG 1900 Introductory War Game Review

My review for this great introductory war game concerning an obscure siege of a cathedral during the Boxer Rebellion. Use this game to recruit new war game players.

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Game: Norway, 1940



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Publisher: Decision Games
Game Type: Board
Designer(s): Joseph Miranda
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Description:


Norway, 1940 is an operational level wargame of the German campaign to conquer Norway. The operation was a combined naval-air-land campaign in which all elements of military power were utilized. The historic campaign saw a German victory, but at the cost of much of the Kreigsmarine. Norway, 1940’s system is based on S&T’s award winning Red Dragon Rising system. It has been crafted to present the campaign as a unitary vision rather than a strictly sequenced process. The action can alternately telescope or expand, representing periods of rapid activity alternating with the slower process of building up forces. Most ground units represent either brigades or regiments. Aircraft units represent Luftwaffe “gruppen“ or groups of three Allied squadrons (36-60 aircraft). Ship units mostly represent one fleet aircraft carrier, divisions of two battleships, or four cruisers, squadrons/flotillas of about six to 12 destroyers, or various numbers of other ship types. Each game turn represents one half-week.


Articles


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Article Description
4
Date: 4/24/2023
Poster: Doug Holt
Norway 1940 Advanced Rules (Norway1940AlekPesicrules.pdf)

Aleksandar Pesic brings us his more thoroughly revised and edited Advanced Rules for this World at War Magazine game, along with a detailed Actions List.

Norway 1940 Actions List (Norway1940AlekPesicActionsList.pdf)

3
Date: 11/25/2022
Poster: Doug Holt
Other Rules for Norway 1940

Aleksandar Pesic provides the third of three updates for Norway 1940 (World at War Magazine, issue 29). Third is other rules for the game.
2
Date: 11/25/2022
Poster: Doug Holt
Actions for Norway 1940

Aleksandar Pesic provides the second of three updates for Norway 1940 (World at War Magazine, issue 29). Second is actions for the game.
1
Date: 11/25/2022
Poster: Doug Holt
Revised and improved rules for Norway 1940

Aleksandar Pesic provides the first of three updates for Norway 1940 (World at War Magazine, issue 29). First is revised and improved rules.