Free e-Books on Terrain

Two free e-books on terrain. A.  I made an e-book on making Flexible wargame terrain for Civil War battles — although the same concepts can be used for World War II and other eras. Click MakingWargameTerrainEbook,_small for a free eBook (725kbs) or instead click for larger version MakingWargameTerrainEbook (print-ready version 6mbs in size). The purpose… Continue reading Free e-Books on Terrain

CD & John Holtz

NOTE: eventually I will move all my Command Decision-related postings to this permanent WordPress blog under the link of: https://wargamecampaign.wordpress.com/ (category: Command Decision: Test of Battle). Then I will close down the current page where you will find CD posts: http://www.g-design.us/cd …so see that g-design page for now. In the meantime, you will also find detailed… Continue reading CD & John Holtz

Index to Command Decision: Test of Battle

I acknowledge Kelly Armstrong who made this alphabetical compilation of CD:TOB’s first edition. He sent it to me February 5, 2010 and then Daniel Grumble advised some omissions and corrections May 22, 2017 on the CD:TOB Forum that have been incorporated in this edition available in this post. It is an MS Word file with… Continue reading Index to Command Decision: Test of Battle

Milne Bay, New Guinea Scenario

(Photo above) Australian troops at Milne Bay As of 9/29/15 I am working on a multi-day scenario of the pivotal battle of Milne Bay in New Guinea during August-September 1942 between the Japanese and the Australians (mostly; a few US troops also). This was the first battle where the Japanese were stopped and thrown back… Continue reading Milne Bay, New Guinea Scenario

Bruce Weigle’s Nice Terrain Tables

June 2, 2014, My terrain is much simpler than Bruce’s featured below. My emphasis is on flexibility rather than diorama-like beauty. I use a “European Fields” Hotz Mat over styrofoam “hill” contours. You can see a play-by-play of a game using this terrain in a Free eBook pdf (30 mini-pages) found here. August 24, 2013,… Continue reading Bruce Weigle’s Nice Terrain Tables