Advanced Search

Wargaming Recon Episode 72: HUZZAH 2012
Audio Preview

Wargaming Recon Episode 72: HUZZAH 2012 (audio product)

MP3 File
Suggested Price $0.75

Host Jonathan J. Reinhart begins the show with a monologue on the responsibility podcasters have to their listeners (inspired by the latest installment of his column at TrollITC, read How Kevin Smith Rekindled My Podcasting Flame). The show discusses Huzzah Convention 2012 held in Portland, Maine.

Jonathan discusses all things Huzzah Con 2012 including his thoughts on the First Battle of Sacket’s Harbor 1812, played with the Warhammer Historical Trafalgar rules, and Conquest of Hanghai games that he played. Sacket’s Harbor was run by Rich Claydon of the Boston Trained Bands and Hanghai was GMed by Mike Paine.

Thoughts on the vendors at the con are shared. Listeners are urged to stop at the Maine Diner, get the Lobster Mac & Cheese, and also at The Great Lost Bear in Portland.

Be sure to check out Adam Carriere’s blog Fencing Frog for coverage of the FoW tournament and other Huzzah events. Adrian Benson covers Huzzah 2012 with a focus on the Black Powder games, at New England Grognard.

The show concludes with the song “I Wish I Were” by Matthew Ebel from his new album The Lives of Dexter Peterson

As always we conclude with a message from our sponsor,, our Creative Commons license and contact information (find us on Facebook and Twitter).

We hope you enjoy this episode of Wargaming Recon and are eager for your feedback (both positive remarks and constructive criticism). Send it all to cwfgamecast at wargamingforums dot com. Find us on FacebookTwitter, orXbox Live with gamertag cwfgamecast.

Our intro song is “Downtown” by Matthew Ebel. Please give his other music a listen at

 Customers Who Bought this Title also Purchased
Reviews (0)
Discussions (0)
Narrow Results
 Follow Your Favorites!
NotificationsSign in to get custom notifications of new products!

Product Information
Publisher Stock #
File Size:
57.89 MB
Original electronic
Scanned image
These products were created by scanning an original printed edition. Most older books are in scanned image format because original digital layout files never existed or were no longer available from the publisher.

For PDF download editions, each page has been run through Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software to attempt to decipher the printed text. The result of this OCR process is placed invisibly behind the picture of each scanned page, to allow for text searching. However, any text in a given book set on a graphical background or in handwritten fonts would most likely not be picked up by the OCR software, and is therefore not searchable. Also, a few larger books may be resampled to fit into the system, and may not have this searchable text background.

For printed books, we have performed high-resolution scans of an original hardcopy of the book. We essentially digitally re-master the book. Unfortunately, the resulting quality of these books is not as high. It's the problem of making a copy of a copy. The text is fine for reading, but illustration work starts to run dark, pixellating and/or losing shades of grey. Moiré patterns may develop in photos. We mark clearly which print titles come from scanned image books so that you can make an informed purchase decision about the quality of what you will receive.
Original electronic format
These ebooks were created from the original electronic layout files, and therefore are fully text searchable. Also, their file size tends to be smaller than scanned image books. Most newer books are in the original electronic format. Both download and print editions of such books should be high quality.
File Last Updated:
May 17, 2014
This title was added to our catalog on May 17, 2014.