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    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 seem are rather largr than 1/700 in some cases). I'm having a mind blank on searching today, so can anyone point me towards some handy ship mas that could be used with these new models of mine?

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    There is a bit on mats here Dave, hidden amongst the banter.

    https://sailsofglory.org/showthread....ight=ship+mats

    Failing that Chris, Captain Duff got a really smart looking mat at one of our shows, so dropping him a PM might pay off.
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    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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    Sorry Dave,
    My mistake, was it the ship logs like these you mean?






    If so let me know what you want on the mats and I will knock out a few for you.
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    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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    If you send me the names of the ships, and stats I can do you the cards Dave.

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    The Business of the commander-in-chief is first to bring an enemy fleet to battle on the most advantageous terms to himself, (I mean that of laying his ships close on board the enemy, as expeditiously as possible); and secondly to continue them there until the business is decided.

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