Posted 09 February 2022 - 01:25 AM
I was wondering if there's a source of additional scenarios, even if they're designed for other systems.
Obviously with these rules I'm not looking for Trafalgar, but other instances of small actions...
A casual search turned up "Fighting Sail Scenario Book 2 - Frigate Actions" which sounds promising.
Posted 14 February 2022 - 09:42 PM
For anyone who's interested in historical scenarios, you'll find this provides a huge number of engagements here: https://en.wikipedia...Napoleonic_Wars
No guarantee they'll be balanced, but even just looking through a dozen of them, many seem to either be close or have "victory conditions" other than just sink the enemy vessels...
Posted 15 February 2022 - 05:42 PM
James' Naval History of Great Britain is an outstanding source for details necessary to create your own scenarios. It's quite old but is available for free online here: https://archive.org/...storyofg01jame
Here is a reprint: https://www.amazon.c...ooks,103&sr=1-3
Posted 22 July 2022 - 09:27 PM
I found these easilly convertable Clash of Arms Games Scenario book Rebel Seas and I also have vol II which is good Its 20 scenarios cover naval actions in American waters during the American War of Independence. They range from one-on-one frigate actions to grand fleet engagements with over 20 ships of the line on each side. Each scenario contains the same level of research and commentary found in Close Action.
Rebel Seas is the first of three books spanning the years 1774-1792. The other volumes will treat the struggle for India (Monsoon Seas: Suffren's Campaign for India) and England's blockades of its Continental foes (European Seas: The Lifeline of Empires).
Capt. John Paul Jones
Posted 23 July 2022 - 10:00 PM
Thanks for the references, Razor.
I find Clash of Arms books to be outstanding in all their games!
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