I greatly enjoyed the latest View from the Veranda.
I didn't agree with everything that was said, I wouldn't be a wargamer if I did, but the discussion on the current commercial direction of wargaming was very interesting.
Following on from yesterday's post about fluid wargaming...
Suppose you had a matrix, akin to a Snakes and Ladders board, that controlled such things as who was attacking/defending, the supply situation, who got to act etc. The matrix wouldn't be random, though there would be random elements, and each player influenced where they started on the matrix dependent upon choices that were made before the game started.