Captain Thomas Boulden Thompson.
Thompson was born in Barham, Kent on 28 February 1766. His uncle, through his mother, was
Captain William Cuming.
This officer, a native of Totness in Devonshire, went to sea at an early age; served twenty-three years
Dimensions of the bags are roughly:
Width = 150mm (6 inches)
Height = 200mm (8 inches)
Cheers! Can anyone please tell me the size of SoG damage bags?
Thanks It is becoming clearer now.
As Sven says John, the answer to your question is answered on p 35 of the rules under Entanglement.
The Key part is really the statement:-
They stay where they are, continue cannon & musket fire, etc. till one is down.
There are some otional rules like entanglement &
I can understand collisions but what happens the move after, when one or both ships cannot clear each other?.
Might that mean you end up with a.......
May I echo Dave's sentiment David.
I hope that it does very well for you.
It is also worth having a look at Ensign Patche's Pirate ship conversions. Drop Simon a PM and ask him to post some pictures for you. Non of my pics of
I could not find an HMS Berwick card there either Sven?
Here you go.
Or contact Capt. Duff. http://www.sailsofglory.org/showthre...es-a-Fox-s-Paw
Have a look at the Shapeways 1/1000 scale models, Ezekiel. You may like to make one or more of them into pirate ships.
Ah, but in Dover you can visit the notorious
I hope that it will be a big success for you, David.
Anything below 28m long, around 14 guns, is at present time and scale outside manufacturing capability for Ares. I asked when I was gathering criteria