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#301 "Saga - Byzantines, A Boxer Summer, Vilcaconga 1533"

By: Stratagem Publications

Type: Magazine

Product Line: Wargames Illustrated Magazine #301 - #350

MSRP old price: $8.50

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#301 "Saga - Byzantines, A Boxer Summer, Vilcaconga 1533"
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I'm Here to Take Over

On 13 January 1945, the 2nd Battalion, 506th Parachute regiment of the 101st Airborne Division attacked the town of Foy in Belgium. The assault was spearheaded by the men of ‘Easy’ Company. In this article (in support of their new Intelligence Handbook - Nuts!) Battlefront Studio staffers Wayne and Victor supply background, army lists and a battle report for their refight of the battle, taking us through the action turn-by-turn and provided you with all the information you need for your own attack on Foy.

Through Ice and Snow

Optional rules for using winter terrain in your Flames Of War games.

Making a Table for the Battle of the Bulge

Master terrain-builder Jason Buyaki, of Gale Force Nine, guides us through the process of building a snow covered Battle of the Bulge table for the new Flames Of War Intelligence Handbook.

Saga: Byzantines

SAGA author Alex Bouchel has supplied us EXCLUSIVELY with a new (and 100% official) SAGA faction and Battleboard - The Byzantines. You will find all the information you need to introduce your first Eastern faction into SAGA here, and if you flip over your mag - you will find the Battleboard on the back cover.

Bloody Badajoz

When we first saw photos of the amazing Badajoz diorama created by the Recreaciones Historicas team, we knew we had to learn more.

Savage Wars of Peace - Part One

The first part of what promises to be a rollicking ride through the Small Wars of Queen Victoria, penned (in a characterful style) by colonial enthusiast Andy Hoare.

A Boxer Summer: Peking, 1900

Dean Emmerson, the man behind the Huzzah! wargames show held in Maine (USA) each year, interviews Andy Niven, the man responsible for building this year’s masterpiece table - the Imperial Legations in Peking.

"Do Not Let Even a Dog Get Away" - Part 2

Following on from last month’s article from Nick Buxey, we show you how he went about planning, building, and painting both the table and miniatures for this iconic Old West ‘Last Stand’.

Vilcaonga, 1533

Nick Stock climbs mountains and hacks his way through jungles as he takes us on a journey with Hernando de Soto and his conquistadores as they fight off an ambush from the native Inca warriors.

PLUS You can also find: Painting articles from Matt Parkes and Tyler Mengel, a Show Report from HISTORICON 2012, and our November Reviews.