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fantasy wargaming

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    Is 'role'gaming dying? No not this hobby, the art of gaming a role.

    Please I am not trolling, and not looking for a flame war. I am seriously concerned about my hobby as I have been seeing it over the years. The game I sat down to in my far distant youth, doesn't seem to be the same any more when it comes to the items on the shelf. Not sure it is good, bad, in...
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    Is it time? Does Fantasy Wargaming need a clone?

    I imagine that I may be one of a handful of people who has actually played Galloway's Fantasy Wargaming as written, but it's often derided as "unplayable" and I'll be the first to admit that it's certainly not easy to grasp (mostly due to a confused presentation). Now that we've seen a little of...
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    [Let's Read] Fantasy Wargaming (seriously)

    Most roleplayers have probably never heard of Fantasy Wargaming. Those who have probably think of it as the game which stats the Virgin Mary and Balder. (She's level 10 and a Virgo; he's level 12 and a Cancer, if you're curious.) But did you know this game, written in 1981, almost has a...
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    [Fantasy Wargaming: The Highest Level of All] I love this book

    I own a copy of Fantasy Wargaming: The Highest Level of All, compiled and edited by Bruce Galloway. It's rules heavy to the point of insanity, cumbersome in a way only an early '80s D&D-clone can be, and still a blast to read. Has anyone ever run a Fantasy Wargaming campaign? And furthermore...
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    Fantasy Wargaming: The Highest Level of All

    So I found this book in a half-price bookstore yesterday, in their "Role Playing Games" section. It was compiled and edited by a guy named Bruce Galloway and is dated 1981 (1982 first printing in America). This particular copy is a 1987 second printing. I've been gaming since 79, and I'd never...
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