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Been Around the Block



Evening one and all,

If you like short snappy blog posts about non Naval Wargaming,then this won't be for you !

Last week we finally managed to get the 2016 Naval Campaign started a year later than planned. After Jutland shenanigans I needed a short break from Nautical gaming but suitably rested it's back.

If you haven't seen a YG Campaign before I run a series of linked scenarios covering a short period of history, his time we are in the Baltic in late summer and autumn 1941. Their are two other full Campaigns to enjoy on YG if you like.

The post is quite long as it covers everything you would need to play the Campaign as well as giving a detailed account of the first small scenario for your delectation and my memory.

Hope you enjoy, either play along or chuckle at the exploits of our participants.

Regards Ken
The Yarkshire Gamer

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Fixture of Dakka

CL VI Store in Braggistan

Good stuff!

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Napoleonics Obsesser


Excellent!A Wargaming period and style frequently overlooked!Thanks for sharing!

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Made in gb
Been Around the Block


Cheers all, Naval Wargaming is very much a minority amongst gamers which is a shame. With the right rules and players it's great fun.

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