View Full Version : Disaster at Trafalgar

David Manley
06-10-2013, 22:54
I've just updated my blog with a brief report of the Trafalgar refight played out at the Staines club this weekend.....


06-11-2013, 04:13
I like the oil rig aide, might be a nice item for the Anchorage store! Fitting result in the battle, over confident commanders :happy:

06-11-2013, 09:12
Thanks for posting this. The report and the photos are wonderful!

Comte de Brueys
06-11-2013, 13:08
Nice AAR & pictures, David!

Great Naval action and the used space for this game is impressive! :shock:

06-11-2013, 15:20

The report is vague -- what-all went wrong?

06-12-2013, 09:29
I love the use of the attached tables to assist with the approach of the two columns. Wicked cool idea!

06-13-2013, 13:40
Good photos & nice ships !

Cpt Kangaroo
06-27-2013, 05:47
David, this was awesome. It has always been a dream of mine to recreate Trafalgar in this scale. I have not made it yet, only with the 1/2400 Figurehead ships.
Space was a huge issue, but you have solved that problem with the use of the Additional offset tables. All ships are accessible.

What a sight, with so many excellent models as well.

Thanks for sharing.

06-27-2013, 08:05
Very nice indeed.

I especially like the use of smoke as a marker for firing, and the "oil rig" makes a very clear wind attitude indicator.

How long did the game take to play?

David Manley
06-27-2013, 11:09
How long did the game take to play?

Started at 11am, ENDEX at 1600, but we did have a long lunch break and we weren't hurrying. I've done Trafalgar with these rules before on a club night.