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INSPIRING THIS GAZEBO HUNTER #3 Seek out some Inspiration with Donogh McCarthy

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Wargaming Zorro in Black & White is an absolute gem of a site – you have to see it to believe it. The first time I happened upon photos of the miniatures, I just assumed it was a black and white image effect. Have a look. If you’re still dubious, take a look at the picture in the first post to see the setup with a full-colour miniature.

your 28mm sci-fi urban projects. Still on my modern gaming drive, S&S Models have released another batch of 20mm vehicles. Have a look at Shaun’s post on The Guild. I’m particularly interested in the M-ATVs (the Humvee’s replacement) as there are loads of different options along with oodles of stowage available.

If the prospect of painting miniatures in black and white piques your interest, have a look at this post showcasing mobsters on Carmen’s Fun Painty Time.

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I saw a nice review on The Shell Case a couple of weeks back, bringing WarMill to my attention. They’ve recently begun releasing laser-cut MDF terrain, which snap together in a modular fashion for the enterprising gamer. Perfect for

We take a voyage into Horatio Hornblower territory this issue - Nelson and the Nile by Brian Lavery doesn’t just address the battle which took place in Aboukir Bay, but places it in its strategic context, with military and political factors at play. Lavery has a deep understanding of the maritime world and the culture of both navies and his narrative integrates the daily lives of the sailors aboard with the loneliness of the admirals in command. The finely crafted books of Pat-

Donogh has been gaming in some shape or form since school. Though he’ll happily engage in a quick pick-up boardgame or indie roleplaying game, you’ll usually find him running participation wargames at conventions. Read his latest wargaming exploits at Land War in Asia: http://donoghmccarthy.blogspot.ie/

rick O’Brian’s Aubrey/Maturin series are a great place to continue this train of thought. The Mauritius Command (the fourth book) follows the pair as Aubrey takes command of a squadron sent to the Indian Ocean to conquer the

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The Gazebo - Issue #3  

The Gazebo is a free, quarterly e-zine dedicated to gaming in the UK and Ireland.

The Gazebo - Issue #3  

The Gazebo is a free, quarterly e-zine dedicated to gaming in the UK and Ireland.

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