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    I wonder how an ale is inspired by an angler...

    I wonder how an ale is inspired by an angler fish? :happy: :beer:
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    New 3D Model Available - HMS Bounty

    Anyone fed up waiting for merchant ship models to arrive and who has a 3D printer may want to see the new model of HMS Bounty that has just landed at Wargaming 3D
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    "I read that Warlord Games seem to abandon games...

    "I read that Warlord Games seem to abandon games quickly where Ares is just slow to manufacture, but has the longevity of support this game"

    Where did you get that idea? Warlord seems to do rather...
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    Tricky in a ship. Worse in a submarine :happy:

    Tricky in a ship. Worse in a submarine :happy:
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    Boeing rejected Zoom but stuck with the 737 Max?...

    Boeing rejected Zoom but stuck with the 737 Max? Amazing :happy:
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    You are right, but SOG is more generous than most...

    You are right, but SOG is more generous than most others that I've played over the years :)
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    Yes, Ares was quite generous with both sailing...

    Yes, Ares was quite generous with both sailing and gunnery arcs. More realistic values were suggested but rejected to speed game play.
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    Excellent work! Could I suggest a few examples in...

    Excellent work! Could I suggest a few examples in the PDF to illustrate the method of play?
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    There is also the monitor M33, the Submarine...

    There is also the monitor M33, the Submarine Museum in Gosport and the Museum of Naval Firepower at Priddy's Hard (also in Gosport), and if you are OK travelling a few miles outside the city there is...
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    This is Mark Backhouse's project? He has done...

    This is Mark Backhouse's project? He has done some lovely stuff over the years, I can't wait to see how it turns out
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    Thanks James :)

    Thanks James :)
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    Its printed at 1/1000. The models are constructed...

    Its printed at 1/1000. The models are constructed at 1/700 but they print out just about OK at the smaller scale
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    Its an Anycubic Photon, printed in Elegoo Grey...

    Its an Anycubic Photon, printed in Elegoo Grey resin
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    Indy and Anson

    I've at last taken the plunge into 3D printing ships for SOG, havinf always been a bit worried as to how the sails would come out. Here's Indefatigable and Anson, models available from Wargaming3D by...
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    Yes, thats the sort of thing. I'm looking to do...

    Yes, thats the sort of thing. I'm looking to do some small to medium sized schooners and a couple of xebecs. Maybe (if I'm feeling keen) a lugger or two
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    Thanks Rob, but it was ship mats rather than...

    Thanks Rob, but it was ship mats rather than table mats I was looking for. Failing that, does anybody have editable files that they can share so I can try making my own?
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    Ship Mats for Small Vessels

    I'm printing out a few smaller ships for SOG, mainly a few schooners, a couple of xebecs etc (these are 1/700 scale models but they look ridiculously small alongside Warlord's ships - which it would...
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    I think in 25 years I've only ever played one...

    I think in 25 years I've only ever played one coastal forces game that liked anything like a "supply base" game. There us as much diversity in CF ( including Cruel Seas) as there is in any other genre
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    Not a great video. However there are loads of...

    Not a great video.

    However there are loads of photos of models appearing on the various naval wargaming groups on Facebook and they do look rather lovely, much better than early shots would have...
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    As a set in its own right, covering coastal...

    As a set in its own right, covering coastal forces actions, it seems entirely reasonable (but then I'd have to say that having published two very successful sets of coastal forces rules). I guess...
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    Warlord has a history of using outsized models...

    Warlord has a history of using outsized models for its games (Bolt Action for example - ranges look daft with 28mm, look much better with 15mm). My first naval wargaming was done with 1/1200 and...
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    1/1800 has been an established naval wargaming...

    1/1800 has been an established naval wargaming scale for many years. But you don't need to buy Warlord model ships, I've never used their Mongoose predecessors with the earlier edition, all my games...
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    You are. Warlord's Victory at Sea is Mongoose's...

    You are. Warlord's Victory at Sea is Mongoose's 2nd edition of its Victory at Sea rules. I was a developer on the first edition, playtested the second in the early days, did some proof reading on the...
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    Poll: Yes, on quite a few of Her Majesty's warships...

    Yes, on quite a few of Her Majesty's warships (and several of other nations) :happy:
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