Well it's that time again for another turn. I have struggled today to get the turn done but here we are anyway. I will sort out individual emails either later today or maybe as late as Monday. I hope it will not be as late as Monday but that's a possibility as I am that far behind.
Anyway on with the turn. The turn sequence was drawn and it was a nice split between British and Spanish unlike last turn. As always with the turn it works in someones favour and not in others.
There was less shooting this turn as many people were either out of range or more likely out of arc of fire.
Anyway starting with the view from above as I dangle from the rafters of the shed (Ok I am on a step ladder). The moving to the left hand side of the table and starting closest to the land and moving anticlockwise and ending on the right side of the table closest to the land. As always if you need more photos of something specific just holler and I will send them out within 12 hours if I can or 48 hours at the latest.
Hovering from the rafters to get the Ariel shot. You can see the turn sequence and a stack of ship stat sheets on which all the damage is marked off.
The two Spanish Frigates closest to the shore. Unicornico is within range but not arc of fire now. Mecedes started on the left of the board and has moved to the right. Still out of range but not for long if it chooses.
Sorry MR Lee you just took too much damage o your crew but it really was a VERY close run thing.
Like I said I will try to get the individual notes and damage reports out today, but it might be as late as Monday.
Thanks for looking today I hope you found something useful. Very little damage was done in ship to ship actions but sometimes it takes a turn o two to line up the shot when playing on the table top.
That's all folks. Have a good weekend and I should post an AAR on Monday from the club game tomorrow. I will be playing a Russian Civil war game so heaven knows how much trouble I will get in. Take care guys with luck I will see you soon.