- 07/11/2017 at 13:41 #75806
Attack on the Allied supplies 1900
We came up with a game of the Allied army protecting suppies that would come along the Huai River, perfect
for a Imperial attack with artillery and Boxer support, the seven nations would have to try and move along with
the ship giving it the full support it was in need of …. once at the edge of the river (which was 12ft long) the ship
had to spend a number of turns unloading the cargo at the harbour…kind of made sense for the game to keep
those seven nations moving and protecting…rules Victorian Steel, game went well for the seven nations at the
beginning but moving and forming up was a pain for them as the Imperial artillery kept on firing at the ship
if it stood still to long.
Boxer army moving on the field
Shop keepers await the cargo
Fishermen seem happy that the cargo is on the way
Japanese plant the machine gun while the Russians move along
Imperial army prepares for the flank attack
Artillery opens fire
Where is my cargo shipment
Allied take up postion
Lots more photos at
Willyoupleasehelpmefixmykeyboard?Thespacebarisbroken!07/11/2017 at 14:51 #75813Autodidact-O-SaurusParticipant
‘Tis a grand sight! Any pictures of the whole vessel? I’m curious to see it.
Self taught, persistently behind the times, never up to date. AKA ~ jeff
More verbosity: http://petiteguerre.blogspot.com/07/11/2017 at 15:06 #75814NoelParticipant
Ooooh-la-la07/11/2017 at 17:26 #75823McKinstryParticipant
Great looking game. Were the rules used a variant of Victorian Steel or just the rules straight up?
The tree of Life is self pruning.08/11/2017 at 07:23 #75844
Rules were just Victorian Steel, the ship rules were very simple movement with artillery guns on board
Willyoupleasehelpmefixmykeyboard?Thespacebarisbroken!08/11/2017 at 13:31 #75851MikeKeymaster09/11/2017 at 16:11 #75922
Yes sir …beads for lanterns, off Ebay very cheap
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