29/12/2014 at 01:29 #14512
Dear All – some phots and mini review of the War Times Journal Dreadnoughts as planning for Jutland 100th commemorations gathers pace…29/12/2014 at 01:54 #14514
Oh my those look beautiful !!! I played a lot of Cordite and Steel years ago in 1/2400 . Thanks for posting this.29/12/2014 at 18:47 #14549
John D SaltParticipant
1/1500th? What kind of bizarro scale is that? OK for Mnecraft, maybe, but hardly an established naval wargaming scale. Do you have access to a large ballroom to play in?
All the best,
John.29/12/2014 at 21:25 #14560
1/1500th? What kind of bizarro scale is that? OK for Mnecraft, maybe, but hardly an established naval wargaming scale.
I’ll take your word for it – I’m hardly an ‘established’ naval wargamer, so its as ‘established’ as any scale for me! It’s just the largest scale I could get hold of, as I explained on the blog…
Do you have access to a large ballroom to play in?
Not a ballroom, but as many much bigger classrooms as I please – I work at a university!
‘Big is Beautiful’ as far as I’m concerned when it comes to wargames!29/12/2014 at 21:26 #14561
Thanks for you kind comments Kyoteblue!29/12/2014 at 22:00 #14566
Mal Wright has/had both fleets for Jutland in 1/3000. 400 odd ships when you include the smaller vessels. Now that made for an Impressive display.
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