Re: Fantasy Warlord
- In message <jXoaPDADQFR3QwQf@...>, Danny Collman
>From: Danny Collman <ddcollman@...>By all means send off for Danny's booklet. Even if it is aimed at
>In message <dMh$DHAwX7Q3Iwug@...>, John Harrington
>>From: John Harrington <johnh@...>
>>In message <000301bea16d$5a3dcf60$02e0c09b@one>, P B Harrison <p.b.harri
>>>From: "P B Harrison" <p.b.harrison@...>
>>>How do I go about obtaining more information? Send you a DL/C5/C4
>>>self-addressed envelope bearing how much postage?
>>If you send 4 first class stamps (don't worry about an envelope) to me,
>>John Harrington, at 1 Churchbury Close, I will send you the Amateur
>>Postal Gaming Hobby starter pack consisting of Mission From God (the
>>listing of gaming zines), some sample zines from the Zine Bank (running
>>a bit low on supplies so any donations gratefully accepted) and a
>>handbook explaining what the postal gaming hobby is all about (although
>>the latter is currently being rewritten so you may have to wait a bit
>Conversely, you could send an SAE to me, Danny Collman, 14, Westover
>Road, Handsworth Wood, Birmingham B20 1JG, and I'll send you a copy of
>the Introduction to Postal Play that I have already to send out, and
>which nobody in the Hobby seems to take any notice of. I'm sure that
>John's will be better than mine when it comes, but a bird in the
Diplomacy I expect much of the information could equally apply to the
whole gamut of postal games - i.e. explanations of what a zine is,
deadlines, failure to send in orders etc.
>It does depend on whether you want information about playing Dip as wellMine will feature Diplomacy. It's still the predominant game in the
>- John's 'to come' handbook may ignore Dip. Mine does not.
postal gaming hobby and "my" booklet will reflect this (I say "my" but
I'll be using as a basis the previous efforts done by John Dodds and
Stephen Agar). Other popular postal games such as United, RR, Breaking
Away and Golden Strider will also figure prominently.