Posted 21 Feb 2001
Wargaming and Military History are the interests I pour most of my spare time into. Check out Alan Millicheap’s site for a good description of this hobby, and why one person chooses to spend his time on it. Broadly speaking the hobby means I'm interested in wargaming figures (2nd Tabor of Regulares of Tetuán), Modelling (e.g. Wooden Buildings) and wargames rules (e.g. Crossfire, Shako, DBx, Field of Glory, Campaigns). Currently I'm keen on the Crossfire rules although I've quite a few armies for other periods and sets.
Ancient and Medieval rules by Richard Bodley Scott, Simon Hall and Terry Shaw, oh, and Osprey. And the Renaissance off shoot.
John Fletcher of Grenadier Productions has a set of Quick Play Rules designed for the South American Wars of Liberation.
Tim Gow's Megablitz
Just a battle report at the moment but will probably expand.
A modern variant of Warmaster.
A WW2 variant of Warmaster.
I'm not a FoW fan so this is just some thoughts about the Blue Division under that rule set.
Fast play set of rules by Bob Cordery.
Ancients set of rules by RFCM i.e. Peter Pig. Grid system. I think they're flawed.
A list of all the various campaign rules that appear on the site
My Twilight of the Sun King rules. Fast play rules for the Marlburian period.
Very simple board game by GMT that can be used with miniatures.
A general overview of Matrix games and a couple of suggestions for campaigns
Two Hour Wargames make all sorts of 1:1 skirmish games. They pitch them as light Role Playing Games.
Volley & Bayonet is a grand tactical set of Napoleonic Rules. Each stand is a brigade of 2000 to 6000 men.
Multi-player board game set in Hispania but based on the game Britannia.
Rules for Naval Warfare 1500 to 1850 written by my father Gary Thomas.
Clubs I've been associated with.