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    DM
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    I am happy to announce the publication of “Lord of the Sea”, my second set of self-published naval rules which has just become available through Wargame Vault.

    A collection of fast play rules covering individual ship actions, major battles and featuring an extended campaign system , “Lord of the Sea” is centred primarily on naval actions in Northern European waters in the 13th to 15th centuries. The rules have been written with 1/1200 scale models in mind, their inspiration being the models designed by Outpost Wargaming Services and others.

    A snip at what I hope is a very reasonable $5 a copy 🙂
    http://www.wargamevault.com/product/154102/Lord-of-the-Sea

    #28483
    Angel Barracks
    Moderator

    $5.00?!
    That is even less in proper money!

    😀

    #28485
    Rules Junkie Jim
    Participant

    Oddly enough, I had a dream a few nights ago about a cog followed by a few rowed boats and what appeared to be war coracles (my subconscious couldn’t give a toss about historical accuracy either) negotiating their way through a shallow inlet to attack a small stronghold. I will now be able to game this scenario (sort of).

     

     

    #28522
    Lagartija Mike
    Spectator

    Is it adaptable for riverine warfare? I’ve been eyeing pictures of Khmer war canoes.

    #28526
    DM
    Participant

    Alas not I think. Something else I’m working on might, but its a long way from being ready

    #28650
    Allen Campbell
    Participant

    Great news, I’m going to buy them right now.

     

    Allen

    #28651
    Allen Campbell
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    Just downloaded them.  I have around 25 x 1/2400 cogs that are unfortunately not made anymore.  I’ll try it out with those.  I do have a few of the Outpost cogs, but not enough so I need to buy a few more it looks like!

     

    Allen

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