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Made in gb
Regular Dakkanaut




Yarkshire



https://yarkshiregamer.blogspot.com/2019/04/ww1-naval-campaign-war-is-declared.html

Evening fellow Naval Gamers (all 3 of you),

Every Easter is Naval Campaign time at Yarkshire Gamer and this year the old Jutland Collection gets another run out with a few new models.

The Campaign has both a Tactical Tabletop element and an Abstract Political element which affects ship deployments etc.

So with my own TV channel (Yarkshire TV) I continue my rise to global media tycoon with the launch of my own Newspaper T'Yarkshire Ferret. The Ferret will bring you the big stories of the Campaign whilst the blog will bring you the in depth battle reports.

Pop down to Yarkshire Gamer blog for a full AAR of game one and get a Ferret in your Letter Box !

Regards Ken
The Yarkshire Gamer

   
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Villanous Scum






Nice one, was a fun read and I look forward to more!

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