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09 Apr 2019 2:14 p.m. PST
by Editor in Chief Bill

  • Changed title from "This ocean may brand?" to "This ocean mat brand?"
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    08 Apr 2019 8:07 a.m. PST
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    08 Apr 2019 8:08 a.m. PSTCrossposted to Terrain and Scenics board


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DukeWacoan Supporting Member of TMP Fezian08 Apr 2019 8:07 a.m. PST

Anyone know what brand this ocean/water mat is? Looks really nice, particularly for Caribbean.

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Personal logo Grelber Supporting Member of TMP08 Apr 2019 9:56 a.m. PST

No idea, but I agree: that is a beautiful ocean mat! Probably not appropriate for the North Atlantic and convoy battles or the North Sea and Jutland, though.

Grelber
Watching to see what the answer is, too.

Personal logo Bashytubits Supporting Member of TMP08 Apr 2019 10:22 a.m. PST

This is not a match but close.

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JimDuncanUK08 Apr 2019 10:58 a.m. PST

Is it from the last WG naval game?

Dreadfleet?

bogdanwaz08 Apr 2019 11:00 a.m. PST

Looks like it might be the mat from the GW game Dreadfleet.

Personal logo Parzival Supporting Member of TMP08 Apr 2019 11:07 a.m. PST

Could be the Dreadfleet mat (which is really nice, if a bit "fantasy" flavored with ghostly skeletal bits hidden in the waves): link

BTW What game is that?

And what are those vessels supposed to be? The one in the foreground has two masts and is square-rigged, but is too small to be a brig, has no back-step gaff mast for a snow, and no fore-and-aft sails at all as would be the case for a sloop, cutter, or similar vessel… or maybe it's just a "close enough" design with open space to hold the minis…
The one in the back appears to have a single mast? Can't tell.

dragon608 Apr 2019 1:40 p.m. PST

I think you are correct Parzival

maybe it's just a "close enough" design with open space to hold the minis…

Dadster Supporting Member of TMP08 Apr 2019 1:49 p.m. PST

I think it might be by Deep Cut Studio. deepcutstudio.com

All the best,

Frank

Dadster Supporting Member of TMP08 Apr 2019 2:15 p.m. PST

ON second thought I think – it's a FAT mat – I have one myself – really nice and comes in its own carrying case:

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Crazycoote10 Apr 2019 4:18 a.m. PST

@Parzival – that game is Blood & Plunder. Large 28mm Buccaneers, currently covering the 17th century (but plans to expand to the early 18th early next year).

The game itself is awesome – the core mechanics covering Land/Sea/Amphibious equally well.

The front ship is a 17th c Bark. Should probably have a bigger Mainsail, but otherwise accurate for mid century (and with the usual allowances for being a gaming piece).

Rear ship is a sloop (Jamaica sloop more properly) Single masted, fore and aft gaff sail rig. I can vouch for it – its a beautiful model (I have 2).

The game has an incresingly large following – you should try it out if you like the period. Firelockgames.com..

SgtPrylo11 Apr 2019 9:30 a.m. PST

Double down on Firelock Games' Blood and Plunder. The whole model range is outstanding and the system is really good.

Pretty sure that isn't a Deep Cut product, the wave pattern doesn't look right – unless they've added since I bought mine.

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