Saturday, October 18, 2014


Hello everyone. As people begin to read the rules and have some questions regarding the implementation of various aspects I would like to have a central point we could post the FAQ. You have two options that are available to you to make this happen.

1. Post a comment below asking your question and I will answer in the comments.
2. You can send me an email and I will address the question and post the question and answer at a later date.

Eventually I will collect the FAQ and put into a nice PDF that people can download and refer to during game play. 

Thanks and enjoy.

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Land of the Free reviews

Hello everyone. The internet is huge and if you spend enough time surfing you can pretty much find anything you are looking for. When it comes to Land of the Free I would rather see my fellow hobbyists spend their time painting, playing, and reading those websites that are placed at their fingertips.

With that being said I would like to present to you the first review by a gentleman who has read through the rules and it working on scheduling his first game.

A Wargaming Gallimaufry

The Miniatures Page also has a few subjects that are following the reviews and comments on Land of the Free. Here is the link for them:

TMP American Revolution Boards

Wargames Illustrated also wrote an article covering the new rules in the October 2014 issue of the magazine and has additional photographs of the game here:

Wargames Illustrated Website

I have been in contact with other reviewers and more information will be pouring in over the next few months. I will continue to post the links as I receive them so stay tuned.

I will also post the links on the Land of the Free Facebook Group so if you are looking for more instant gratification then sign up.

Monday, October 6, 2014

Author's Copy Arrives Today

Hello everyone. When I pulled up to my mailbox after work today I was surprised to see an envelope from Osprey Publishing. The plain white padded envelope had the same size and shape that all the other Osprey rulebooks have so I was excited to rip the seal open and peer inside. A warm smile ran across my face and for the first time I gazed upon the physical copy of the rulebook. I have always thought about converting to digital copies of rulebooks but I will be honest it feels a lot different when you can hold it and flip through the pages. I thought I would take a few pictures of some of the pages over the next month or so to give everyone a feel of what the book looks like. Please enjoy and the arrival of the book definitely brightened my Monday and I hope it does the same for you.

Most all of you by now have seen the front cover but it doesn't to show it again. The artwork is cool. :)

 A few pages showing some of the photographs of miniatures that were graciously donated by personal collections and miniature companies.

Throughout the book Osprey has utilized their vast collection of artwork to populate its pages. The book contains 8 'generic' scenarios that players can use for friendly or competitive games. Each scenario allows players to decide if they want to fight along the length or width of the table. A unique scenario design giving the players something else to consider before deploying for battle.

More to come......