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Michael Leck is back on the blog in the build up to the release of Rebels and Patriots, the upcoming wargame written by Michael Leck and Daniel Mersey. Here we have a full battle report, with Michael's Union forces taking on the Confederacy, commanded by his son...Continue Reading

Rebels and Patriots: Random Charge Distances

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Michael Leck is back on the blog to look in a little more depth at an interesting rule that can be found in Rebels and Patriots, the wargaming rules for North America written by Michael Leck and Daniel Mersey. Continue Reading
In this blog, Michael Leck looks at the different conflicts you can bring to your tabletop with Rebels and Patriots, the upcoming wargame he has written with Daniel Mersey. This blog is adapted from one originally found on Michael's personal blog.Continue Reading

Rebels and Patriots: The Different Troop Types

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Michael Leck is back on the blog with a look at the different troop types in Rebels and Patriots, the upcoming wargame he has written with Daniel Mersey.Continue Reading

Rebels and Patriots: A few design thoughts

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For the second blog in our series on Rebels and Patriots I’ve decided to share a little more about the rules in the game and our thoughts regarding them...Continue Reading

Rebels and Patriots - 1,2,3-basing

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Coming in January 2019, Rebels and Patriots is a new set of wargaming rules for North America, allowing players to recreate the conflicts that forged a nation. In this blog, author Michael Leck talks about how you may want to base your miniatures as you prepare your troops for the battlefield.Continue Reading

Sunday Photo - Robert E. Lee's Farewell

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On 10 April 1865 Confederate General Robert E. Lee gave a brief and eloquent farewell to the Army of Northern Virginia. The Appomattox campaign had ended in Union victory, with Lee’s army exhausted and outnumbered...Continue Reading

New Artwork from February Books!

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Today we're bringing you three stunning pieces of artwork from our February 2016 releases...Continue Reading

Sunday Photo - Sherman's March to the Sea

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On 15 November 1864 Union General William Tecumseh Sherman began his famous March to the Sea, leaving behind him the smouldering ruins of Atlanta. His aim was to apply the principles of ‘scorched earth’ warfare in a campaign against the Confederate states, crippling their production capabilities and destroying their supply lines to bring an early end to the war...Continue Reading
On the 152nd anniversary of the end of the battle, a considered opinion on how close the South may have come to winning its independence at Gettysburg.Continue Reading

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