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    by Published on 11-24-2011 06:33

    Ahoy Mate!

    You have just come aboard the flag ship site for Sails of Glory. Here you will find a first rate crew and all the information about the game and its future releases. You will also find many house rules and game aides to make playing the game more enjoyable.

    So welcome aboard and enjoy your tour.

    The Royal Hajj




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    Dobbs

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    Dobbs

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    I was very pleased that I still had a ship after my dash past Africa. It probably would have gone differently if I had gone with my idea and tacked in

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    Vagabond

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    An enjoyable read Dobbs, I didn't realise how much I missed Sails until I read Shadow Dragons report yesterday and now this.

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    Bligh

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    This is a salutary lesson for the Admiralty Board, if they even deign to take notice of it. Those American Frigates are a tough nut to crack.

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    ShadowDragon

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    Dobbs

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    The Butcher's Bill

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    Dobbs

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    The coup de grace. Hornet's carronades fire loaded with grape.



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    Looks as if we are in for another good one Dobbs.

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