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Signs & Portents Wargamer 28

Signs & Portents Wargamer 28

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This month’s S&P Wargamer is dominated by a colossal Starship Troopers battle report, detailing the biggest game played yet at Mongoose Hall. But that isn’t all. With articles for Gangs of Mega-City One and A Call to Arms, plus the conclusion of our sort story and the usual cartoon mayhem with Monty and the team, there’s something for everybody! Battle of Turk’s Drift – At 6,000 points a side, this month’s Starship Troopers Miniatures Game Battle Report is the biggest and boldest yet – can Matthew Sprange’s Big Red One stand firm against Ted Chang’s bothersome bug army? There’s only one way to find out! The Arms Buyers’ Almanac 2127: Energy Weapons – Another in our occasional series of new weapons and equipment to keep your Gangs of Mega-City One ahead of the pack takes a look at some new blasters! Argent’s Crusaders: Raiders with a Cause – Bryan Steele provides a treat for A Call to Arms players this month as he details some alternative rules for Raiders, including new ship variants, a new personality and, last but not least, a brand new ship - the lethal Endgame Dreadnought! Mines – Minefields form a vital part of the Mobile Infantry’s defences, providing a lethal surprise for any attacker venturing into a protected area. This article provides a set of new rules for including two new types of mines into your games of Starship Troopers! On Deadly Ground – A new scenario specially designed to take advantage of the new minefield rules. Can you place your mines cunningly enough to keep a small force of Mobile Infantry alive against an overwhelming force of Arachnids? Thirty-Crater Monty – Inspired by the recently discovered Tenth Planet (and it’s moon), this month’s Scenic Mayhem article provides a step by step guide to creating a cratered lunar surface for your games of Starship Troopers. The Desert Oracle – The adventure concludes in the second part of the epic quest to find the Desert Oracle.

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