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    Default Sails of Glory Game Mat on Amazon

    Yeah, I know, not the ridiculous priced ones. $29.99 Prime. After my buy...three left. Only took me two years to get any of these for under list (Im cheap). Thought Id give a heads up.

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    Thanks Bruce.
    I'm sure someone will be only too pleased for the heads up.

    Rob.
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    Big thanks!

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    If folks are looking for Sails of Glory items they might want to check online at Noble Knight Games? I had occasion to stop by their new super hobby store yesterday and saw they actually have a number of ships on the shelves for sale. The photo below represents about 1/4 of their retail and open gaming space.

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    Link to their online listing of SoG items is here:

    https://www.nobleknight.com/Search?text=sails+of+glory

    This likely won't be of much service to overseas members, but North America folks might be able to take advantage? Still no play mats available, but I was surprised to see they still have the fancy editions for HMS Victory and USS Constitution.

    Their main online homepage:

    https://www.nobleknight.com/

    Cheers!
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