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Anatoli20 Nov 2012 5:01 a.m. PST

A group of us gathered this weekend down at the club to play Dreadfleet. We pooled our resources so we ended up with a fair share of painted terrain and ships between our collections.

Two things stood out playing this game, first of all it's easy to explain and get into – thus I think it makes a good drop in game/convention game. The other thing is how damn fun this beer and pretzels geared game actually is.

It's rarely that we have so much fun and laid back enjoyment during out gamedays down at the club but Dreadfleet seem to have filled a void. We played 3 quick "get to know the rules" games with various people, and then towards the afternoon me, Patrik and Fredrik played a complete game (which was still a "free for all" with Good vs Bad guys. We didn't run any of the scenarios yet since we still missing a few of the ships needed for that.

You can check the pictures from our "learn to play" games as well as the full AAR from a pretty intense 3vs3 ships battle over at my blog:


darthfozzywig Supporting Member of TMP20 Nov 2012 10:17 a.m. PST

Thanks for sharing. The ships look amazing.

jpattern220 Nov 2012 10:52 a.m. PST


And I agree, Dreadfleet and its predecessor, Man O' War, are two of my favorites.

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