Jun 022014

Thanks to reader Richard Biggs who left a comment, pointing out that on page 393 I promised to provide a couple more lists for my  Shot, Steel and Stone rules, drawn up by AWI expert Brendan Morrissey!

After a bit of frantic searching,I have managed to uncover the misplaced document, which has supplements to the British and American lists that appear in the book, detailing Loyalist and German additions for the British, and French for the Americans.

Both lists are for six units each, which could be seen as supplements to the existing lists for larger 18-unit games, or replacements for units in the existing British and American lists.

I’d be interested to hear how those of you actually using the Shot, Steel and Stone rules have been getting on. Do let me know if you have any queries: if I can find the time, I’d like to do a series of explanatory diagrams, or even short videos, to help readers to get to grips with the rules, so do tell me if that’s something you’d like to see.

To download the list (PDF) go to the “Free Downloads” page as usual, using the password. I have styled the page in the same format as the book, so using a knife and ruler you could cut out the page using the crop marks indicated and slip it inside your copy of the book as page “393-extra”.

  5 Responses to “New AWI Army Lists Available from Free Downloads Page”

Comments (5)
  1. I own the paperback edition of the book. How do I get a password for the free domnlosds? Jay Smith

    • The page numbering in the paperback is exactly the same as in the hardback, so the clue still works.

      About halfway through Chapter 1, “Basic Concepts of Wargaming”, there is a photograph of some 18th Century re-enactors. Where was the photo taken? (The answer consists of two words in the caption.)

  2. Hi. Thanks for sorting out the promised AWI lists – I was going to mail about this very problem, but Richard pointed it out first.

    However, I don’t seem to be able to access the download page. All the other items come up – i.e. he eBook sale, password tweaks,video review, etc. But the free download doesn’t seem to activate.

    Is anyone else experiencing this, or is it just me?

    Thanks Dave Lycett

    • Hello Dave

      I don’t seem to be able to reproduce the problem.

      On the right hand side of the window, there is the list of “Pages”. Click on “Free Downloads for The Wargaming Compendium”. On that page, you will be prompted to enter the password phrase (be careful, it’s case-sensitive), and then voila, you’ll be there.

      • Thanks very much for the help Henry. All sorted now and the AWI lists printed out. Sorry to have troubled you – just me being stupid and not reading carefully!!!

        Many Thanks Dave Lycett

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