Renaissance Volume 1

DEVELOPMENT OF FIELD OF GLORY: RENAISSANCE

Following on from the success of Field of Glory: Ancient and Medieval, author Richard Bodley Scott has penned a follow up – FoG: Renaissance – and in this article he takes us through the delevopment and game-play of the soon-to-be-released rules.

PAVIA IN 28MM, WALLS AND ALL
The ‘Like a Stonewall’ Wargames Group have a reputation for their impressively large show circuit demo games, and their Battle of Pavia, 1525 game was no exception. Nick Buxey (LASW Project Manager) tells the tale of the game from conception to demonstration.

A DESIGN BEFORE ITS TIME
Our Evolution of the Tank series continues with Pat Ohta’s step-by-step guide to assembling your very own version of the “tank” designed by Leonardo Da Vinci.

VILCACONGA, 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.

CAPITANA
This renaissance galley battle game was a big hit on the UK show circuit in 2009, so we thought it only right to bring it to the pages of WI, along with orders of battle for recreating the action yourself.

1588 AND ALL THAT – PART ONE
Fancy gaming something a bit different? In this series of three articles Tim Eagling explores the gaming opportunities offered by Elizabethan England. Part one provides you with all the background to the period.

1588 AND ALL THAT – PART TWO
In the second of our three articles exploring the gaming opportunities offered by Elizabethan England, Tim Eagling presents a scenario for some doublet and hose swashbuckling action.

1588 AND ALL THAT – PART THREE
In the third and final part in this series  exploring the gaming opportunities on offer   in Elizabethan England, Tim Eagling presents some modelling ideas and examples for the period.

THE LAST FIGHT OF THE REVENGE
Andy Callen made his article-writing debut in Wargames Illustrated One, and he makes a welcome return here with the story of how he brought a great hero of Elizabethan England; Sir Richard Grenville, back to life in a naval wargame.