Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Living on the Frontline - Available Now

Living on the Frontline the first official Winter of '79 publication from Partizan Press hit my carpet this morning. Let me tell you, It's cracking! 

Colour photos throughout, the same quality as those appearing in my Winter of '79 article in this February's issue of Wargames Illustrated. I know that if I didn't already play Winter of '79the photos alone in Living on the Frontline would get me reaching for my wallet to buy a few Cold War/Falklands era figures and a Saracen APC to get some games on the table.


Available now from Partizan Press priced £16.50

Cheers
Mark


19 comments:

  1. Any idea when the supplement will be out,I look forward to reading more faction/background info?
    Alan

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    1. I asked Dave at Cavalier Books and they indicated Salute which is about eight weeks away.

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  2. Is there any chance of a PDF release?

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  3. Mark

    Great set and very inspiring.

    Lived through those times as a student!

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  4. I'll order my copy now! :) looking forward to this.

    What supplement is planned?.... I think I've missed this bit?

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    1. In the Living on the Frontline it mentions that coming soon will be the first supplement "A View of the Disunited Kingdom".
      It goes on to say that it gives background to the crisis, details on the various factions and the battles for Wales and Scotland.

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  5. This is what, skirmishing level? Maybe a platoon on each side, and a vehicle or two?

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  6. Hi,

    Been having a look at the game, here:

    http://tewblogger.blogspot.co.uk/2016/02/living-on-frontline.html

    Looking forward to the supplement.

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  7. Ewan, cheers mate, I'll keep an eye out for that one, ordered W79 yesterday really looking forward to a good read and then get gaming again...

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  8. Well done you chaps 79 had certainly taken off recently all down to your hardwork.
    Mike

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  9. followed link, but do not seem to be able to order.
    tried partisan press but no luck either.
    how the h**l do we order this ?
    any chance of a link ?

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  10. Anonymous, go to 'Cavalier books' website. that's where I got my copy.

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  11. Firstly, my hats off for a very nice little ruleset, got my copy today. Definitely not anything I normally play, but a member at my gaming club got me really interested and looking forward to having a game or two soon.

    Secondly, is there any chance of PDF downloads for the markers and force lists in the rulebook? Don't really fancy photocopying them and bending the nice rulebook.

    Cheers.

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  12. Fantastic stuff!
    I've now got my copy of the rulebook, a handful of figures, a couple of Lannies and downloaded some pdf terrain - can't wait to get started

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  13. It looks great.

    Is there a Quick Reference Sheet available to download ?

    Vince

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  14. We ran a game to "Winter of 79" at our club this month. This is the link to the after action report:

    http://devonwargames.blogspot.co.uk/

    Vince

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  15. ordered my copy yesterday, arrived today.
    on first look very good, but felt the postage charge was exhorbitant.
    looking forward to the supplement

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