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    Default Xebec / Jabeque found on Chinese web

    Hi all , I have found this Xebec ship with similar scale to Sails of Glory models

    I want to do some minor mod to it

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    Compared to a Sog 2nd rate San Agustin

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    What do you think ?
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    That looks great, its going to give you lots of fun designing scenarios for it.

    Do you have a link to the site?

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    Sure, this is the link
    You can find different models

    https://m.aliexpress.com/item/329659...w1572106537316

    And this is what I am modding . I am adding new masts using actual sails

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    Nice. Xebecs is one of the vessels missing in Sails that would be great if they added.

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    Now I am repainting it .
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    Almost ready to assemble
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    I have finished it . Now may be I will rig it some day...

    You can see it compared to the original one
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    And with one SOG base

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    I am testing it in game with G movement cards , and using as a base “ Us Thorn” stats


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    That looks very smart Ferrante look forward to seeing it in action.

    Thanks for the link as well.
    Cheers.

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    Keep in mind that she will sail much closer to the wind than the other square rigged SoG ships. Here is an earlier thread with a sample ship card. Dobbs did a lot of conversion work and research on this topic:

    https://sailsofglory.org/showthread....ighlight=xebec

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    Thank you John, now I am working with the second one

    Eric thank you a lot for the link ; Great info there , and the shipcard that I need.
    I am planning to use for one scenario as a mail ship .
    Regards

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    Anyone considered the stats for the ship yet?
    Rob.
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