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I think of SGN as a gateway drug. It gives you a taste of what Napoleonic miniature gaming is all about. I love it. It's quick and easy and fun. WhenKentop Yesterday, 10:17
Thanks Rory. I've got that information bookmarked (http://volsminiatures.blogspot.com/2...200-scale.html). Still haven'tNightmoss Yesterday, 09:59
A simple chart might suffice and taking some ideas from the Langton chart (why recreate the wheel) might work. I'll try this next week and post the result.Union Jack Yesterday, 04:17
There's a lot of things that one finds in other rules that don't appear in SGN mainly, I think, because of the very conscious and hard-defended positionDavid Manley Yesterday, 03:27
The USS Niagara / USS Lawrence would be a must have. Please put me on your list of customers for two.Gunner Yesterday, 00:34
Just DL'ed Heart of Oak. Thanks for the tip, Kentop!
And it even uses 1/1000 scale, too.
By the way:
My Shapeways site for 1/1000 scale
A lot of great discussion here!
I suppose my suggested tweak is somewhat comparable to the Langton half move on turn 3. I'm personally
And that's it in a nutshell.
What really drew me to SOG & WOG was the ready to sail and fly ships and planes. It gave me more time to reload
Been there did that. SGN is FUN. When I want to play a REAL naval war-game, I play "Heart of Oak" for the age of sail and Seekrieg 4, for anythingKentop 11-20-2014, 18:50
This is a terrific thread and some excellent points made.
But it's really increasing my disppointment with SGN.
If they had just made the