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    LOL :clap:

    LOL :clap:
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    Very nice! I like all of these.

    Very nice! I like all of these.
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    Is there a specific size of sleeves that fit the...

    Is there a specific size of sleeves that fit the cards well, or are you just using bigger ones? (I don't have anything to measure the cards with at the moment.)
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    Card Deck and Ship Log Storage

    I'm grand when it comes to storing my ships, but other than rubber bands (not my favorite, since they wear down the edges), I don't have a good storage system for movement decks and ship logs. Any...
  5. Thread: East Indiamen

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    :thumbsup:

    :thumbsup:
  6. Thread: East Indiamen

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    They're downloadable on Ares's website. ...

    They're downloadable on Ares's website.

    https://www.aresgames.eu/19804
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    Only Napoleon's landlubbers on my (very messy)...

    Only Napoleon's landlubbers on my (very messy) workbench at the moment:

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    Sticky: Huzzah!

    Huzzah!
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    For gameplay I usually let my opponent(s) choose...

    For gameplay I usually let my opponent(s) choose sides. While I've mainly thought of the Napoleonic Wars from a non-French perspective (Anglophone orientation, I guess), I've been preparing to play...
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    Who do you sail for?

    It seems like we tend to approach things from the perspective of the British Royal Navy (and to a lesser extent the fledgeling American Navy) as protagonists around here. Nothing too surprising...
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    Also, the short version: ...

    Also, the short version:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bombardment_of_Algiers_(1816)
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    The 1816 Bombardment of Algiers

    "A narrative of the expedition to Algiers in the year 1816, under the command of the Right Hon. Admiral Lord Viscount Exmouth" by Abraham V. Salamé

    The attack on Algiers to free European slaves...
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    Ares makes sloops. Langton's or GHQ for...

    Ares makes sloops. Langton's or GHQ for schooners, brigs, and gunboats.
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    The best choice is generally Langton's, which...

    The best choice is generally Langton's, which makes models in 1:1200. For gunboats, I would pick up some from both their Great Lakes and Napoleonic lines.
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    Sticky: Thanks!

    Thanks!
  16. "The Life of Admiral Viscount Exmouth" by Edward Osler

    An 1835 biography of Admiral Sir Edward Pellew, Viscount Exmouth:

    https://archive.org/details/lifeofadmiralvis00oslerich/page/n7/mode/2up
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    Engagement Sizes

    I feel like I may have asked this before, but what is the largest game you've played in terms of the number of ships? What's typical for you?
  18. Thread: A Paradox?

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    Cool!

    Cool!
  19. Thread: A Paradox?

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    BAHAHAHAHAHAAA!!!!!!!

    BAHAHAHAHAHAAA!!!!!!!
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    :happy::beer:

    :happy::beer:
  21. Thread: A Paradox?

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    A Paradox?

    Another thread reminded me of a thought I've had before, that many of us (myself included) abhor war but love wargames. Even assuming that just war is a thing (even a necessary evil), we reenact...
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    Sadly, there's a lot of darkness in the world,...

    Sadly, there's a lot of darkness in the world, but at least we can find some good in a friendly game.
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    I definitely brought Pusser's to my first SoG...

    I definitely brought Pusser's to my first SoG game night. God save the queen! *hic*
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    Nice. Springing was key to the American victory...

    Nice. Springing was key to the American victory at the Battle of Plattsburgh on Lake Champlain.
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    Gurab

    Any thoughts on modeling one of these?

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grab_(ship)
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