The General Magazine: Index of GCACW Articles
Volume 29, #4
This issue contains three articles relating to the GCACW series. In addition, there in an interview with Joe Balkoski and the Alexandria add-on map for Stonewall Jackson's Way and Here Come the Rebels.
The Flow of Battle, by Robert Waters - Describes the different types of combat (Column of Route, Hasty, Normal and Prepared) and gives an example of each.
Roads to Gettysburg: Combat Made Simple, by Charles Bahl - Gives instructions on how to use the included GCACW Combat Worksheet.
Roads to Antietam, by Kenneth E. Lee - Gives revised rules for the combined game of Stonewall Jackson's Way and Here Come the Rebels. Also includes several optional rules for the combined game.
Volume 29, #5
Blind Man's Bluff... Stonewall Style, by Carlo Amato - Describes a PBM/PBEM system for Game Mastered playing of GCACW games.
Volume 30, #3
Another issue which features multiple GCACW articles.
Paths to Glory, by Steven Katz - Strategy article for the Roads to Gettysburg campaign game.
Scenario 6 in Roads to Gettysburg, by Joe Balkoski - Official rules changes to Scenario 6 of Roads to Gettysburg.
Great Campaigns: Second Impressions, by John Bolash - Overview and suggested rule modifications for Stonewall Jackson's Way, Here Come the Rebels and Roads to Gettysburg.
Which Way Did They Go, by Patrick Hirtle - Rules for adding fog of war to the GCACW games.
Jackson's March, by Forrest Speck and Ray Rooks - Strategy tips for Stonewall Jackson's Way.
Volume 31, #1
Showdown on the Rappahannock, by Ed Beach - Overview of Stonewall's Last Battle by the game's designer.
Volume 31, #4
Yet another issue focusing on the GCACW system. It seems this series is really catching on!
Teaching Stonewall, by Trevor Bender - Gives a method for programmed self-instruction of the GCACW rules.
Scenario 7: Kelly's Ford, by Trevor Bender - Presents a short teaching scenario for Stonewall's Last Battle. (Note: This scenario is also available on this web site. Click here)
Series Scenario List - Lists all the scenarios included in all the GCACW games, including those scenario to be included in the upcoming On To Richmond. Also gives a link to this web page where new and modified scenarios may be obtained.
The Differences Between 1862 and 1863, by Trevor Bender - Gives an in-depth analysis of the evolution of the GCACW rules and notes all the differences between the rules in each game.
Winning At Cedar Mountain, by Chris Milbourn - Strategy article for Scenario 1 (Cedar Mountain) of Stonewall Jackson's Way.
Strategic Alternatives, by Howard J. Hill - Discusses the Second Manassas and Gettysburg campaigns in GCACW terms.
Summary of Rules Variations - A handy table, printed on cardstock in the center of the magazine, that summarizes the rule changes in each game of the system.
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