Friday, 8 July 2011

The Naval Wargame 1890 to 1920



HUZZAH!!!! The ship lists are finished, the next draft of the rules are ready to play test, God is in his heaven and all's well with the world!

I will be giving the rules a test over the weekend (with the usual after action report and pictures etc) and assuming all is well will upload the end result into (probably) Google Docs or something similar so if anybody wants to have a bash with them they are more than welcome.

Starting Monday - the resumption of the ACW paint fest, 32 models in what will be 21 days.

No pressure then....;-)

8 comments:

Paul of the Man Cave said...

Huzzah indeed Sir - good show!

Peter Douglas said...

Have one on me David!

Looking forward to seeing playtests and rules.

PD

David Crook said...

Hi Paul,

Many thanks old chap - and the suggestion re 1/6000th is still going around....!

All the best,

DC

David Crook said...

Hi Peter,

The big test comes on Sunday so look for a lengthy post thereafter! If you can get the information on the Spanish navy I will add them to the list - I already have American stuff for 1898 included.

All the best and thanks for the comments - always appreciated,

DC

Peter Douglas said...

DC

Will do on the Armada. It will need to wait a couple of days - my daughter is off to music camp for 3 weeks tomorrow and it's a 5.5 hour drive each way. Plus she has food allergies so add much cooking, freezing and packing of food to the regular packing chaos.

PD

Conrad Kinch said...

Congratulations!

David Crook said...

Hi CK,

Many thanks old chap - it has been alternately a labour of love or of Hercules!

All the best,

DC

David Crook said...

Hi Peter,

Good luck with the drive(s) and the great cook up! I am sure you have this down to a fine art - as we do with my daughters meds.

I am looking forward to the Armada stuff and will get them factored in asap.

All the very best and drive carefully!

DC