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Wargaming Recon Episode 54: Huzzah Con Prep (audio product)

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This classic episode features host Jonathan J. Reinhart as he discusses Huzzah Con 2011 (click to go register). He chats about the games he will be playing and why he is attending the con with his wife. Jonathan highlights some other games that he wishes he could play. He manages to insert a reference to deceased estates while discussing the bring and buy on Sunday.

For those attending the con Jonathan gives props to Scratch Co Bakery and Duck Fat restaurant as dining venues for the morning and the evening. He also mentions Zackery’s Restaurant, which is located inside the Fireside Inn & Suiteswhere the convention is located.

Warlord Games’ Black Powder rules is briefly discussed while Jonathan mentions the Beasts of War Rick Priestley Hail Caesar interview at Salute 2011. He apologies to Henry Hyde for not using the new Battlegames Magazine promo, which debuts in this very episode, before now.

Wargames Illustrated receives some air time. Jonathan discusses the February and March 2011 issues highlighting the Black Powder scenarios. Plus, our friends at WWPD: News From the Front receive a mention since two of them are photographed for the February 2011 issue of Wargames Illustrated.

Jonathan mentions content of future episodes. Tom and Neil Shuck do a joint review of the Force on Force rules by Osprey Publishing, Jonathan says Jasper Oorthuys is sending him the new issue of WSS to review, and Tom will be reviewing new figure cases.

The show winds down with the new Battlegames Magazine promo and then the Music to Game By segment is back with Bailey Records’ “This Is Warlands” from Stratos’ album Warlands The Sountrack.

As always we conclude with a message from our sponsor,, contest sponsor Battlegames Magazine, ourCreative Commons license and contact information (find us onFacebook and Twitter).

We hope you enjoy this episode of the CWF Game Cast and are eager for your feedback (both positive remarks and constructive criticism). Send it all to cwfgamecast at wargamingforums dot com. Find us on Facebook, Twitter, or Xbox Live with gamertag cwfgamecast.

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