Wargaming experiences is an account of the journey of a new designer into the land of wargaming, with its landmarks, paths and blind alleys. It brings to life the allies, the enemies and the monsters. It is more a debate than a monologue, with many perspectives on the same problem. The beginning of the book provides introductory chapters, which dig into the basic and essentials, as well as dilemmas of wargaming. The following chapters present the experiences collected over the last three years in wargaming: the Baltics States security, the skill of liaison, the critical infrastructure in the Middle East, the Ebola epidemic, the Escape Room, the Battle of Mosul, the Skripal assassination, the Joint Cooperation and alternative scenario of NATO Collective Defence. The collection and discussion of these experiences closes the book, offering the summary. It concludes with a map to the land of wargaming, based on what I have seen and experienced.
This book is for all who see themselves as humans in wargaming, in all perspectives, for finding yourselves while reading about experiences. Soldiers professing in their skills, scientists using it for research and civilians who join them at the table.