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30 Ivory D6 (10mm)
This pack contains thirty ivory 10mm six-sided dice (D6) with black spots
30 Red D6 (10mm)
This pack contains thirty red 10mm six-sided dice (D6) with white spots
Wargames Terrain Mat - Waterworld 4x4
Terrain mat for miniature wargames, ideal as stand-alone scenery or background for the usual terrain elements. Ideal for our game-in-the-works, Cruel Seas! Made from synthetic cloth with a 2mm thick rubber foam backing. The paint is soaked into the material...
Cruel Seas vinyl Sea Mat (140cm x 140cm)
Terrain mat for miniature wargames, ideal as stand-alone scenery or background for the usual terrain elements. Ideal for our game, Cruel Seas! Quality Vinyl battle mat measuring 4&1/2' x 4&1/2' (140cm x 140cm) This Mat will come folded -...
Black Seas Rulebook
The Black Seas Rulebook is gloriously detailed and you can see Gabrio's passion for the period throughout the 96 pages. It includes everything to play rules-wise, also delving into the likes of painting & rigging your vessels, campaign play, linking...
Black Seas Fleet Battles - Le Français (1770 - 1830)
Bundle contains: The Master & Commander Starter Set which includes the core rulebook and 9 ships of various classes, and comes with the Sea Wolf special miniature. The French Navy Fleet which includes 3 frigates, 6 brigs, 3 Third Rates...
Black Seas Fleet Battles - The British (1770 - 1830)
Bundle contains: The Master & Commander Starter Set which includes the core rulebook and 9 ships of various classes, and comes with the Sea Wolf special miniature. The Royal Navy Fleet which includes 3 frigates, 6 brigs, 3 Third Rates and...
Black Seas Squadron encounters (1770 - 1830)
Third Rates proved to be the real workhorses of the Carronade Era, leading flotillas of smaller ships or striking out on their own to disrupt enemy commerce or raid isolated territories. They also formed the bulk of the battleline during...
Black Seas Flotilla action (1770 - 1830)
The Carronade Era was characterised by flotillas of small ships fighting out on remote stations across the globe - check out these articles on the Battle of Turtle Gut Inlet and the Hunt for the Santisima Trinidad for examples of...
Master & Commander Starter Set
Alongside a softback copy of the Black Seas core rules, you'll get nine beautifully detailed plastic miniatures; three frigates and six brigs. You'll also get sails, rigging and flag sheets for all your ships and all the ship cards, wake...
Black Seas Royal Navy paint set
The Royal Navy favoured black for their hulls with one, two or three stripes painted in yellow ochre (described as “baby puke yellow” at the time) which did not necessarily run along the lines of the gun ports. In the...
Black Seas 3rd rate Sails (light + dark)
These sails are printed, laminated and pre-cut. They look great on the models (after all they were painted by artist Peter Dennis!) and require very little effort to be added to the ships! Contains 2 printed, laminated, pre-cut card sheets...
Black Seas Spanish Navy paint set
Spanish ships followed various different patterns similar to the French and the British. However, Spanish captains favoured a red or maroon hull with black stripes. They could also add some blue details, especially on the stern of the ships. Like...
Black Seas US Navy paint set
During and immediately after the American War of independence the colours of the hulls would either be quite generic like wood or white with black stripes or would follow the British colours. Later on, they started adopting a black hull...
Author: Phillip Haythornthwaite Despite the many celebrated victories of the British Army during the Napoleonic Wars, the role of the Royal Navy should never be overlooked. The 'wooden walls' formed the country's first and most important line of defence, and...
Victory vs Redoutable
Author: Gregory Fremont-Barnes Late in the morning on 21 October 1805, warships from the British and combined French and Spanish fleets clashed off Cape Trafalgar on the Spanish coast. After a six month game of cat and mouse across the...
British Napoleonic Ship-of-the-Line
Author: Angus Konstam The French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars encompassed a period when rival European fleets vied for naval supremacy, and naval tactics were evolving. The British Royal Navy emerged triumphant as the leading world sea power, and the epitome...
British Frigate vs French Frigate
Author: Mark Lardas In the Age of Fighting Sail (1650-1820), ambitious officers of the navies of many nations sought command of a frigate. Speedy, nimble and formidably armed, frigates often operated independently, unlike the larger ships of the line. Legendary...
3rd Rates Squadron (1770 - 1830)
A 3rd rate ship, as defined by the British rating system, was a ship of the line which mounted between 64-80 guns. Usually, this would mean two gun decks. Despite their relative size and power compared to larger 1st and...
French Warship Crews 1789–1805
Author: Terry Crowd This book gives a detailed and authentic account of the life and experiences of French warship crews from the Revolution up to Trafalgar. It describes the recruitment and composition of crews, the different duties performed and the...