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Warlord Games: New Cruel Seas Merchant Tanker, Lighthouse & Ruined Lighthouse

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Fitzovich writes:

I will be looking at this line for both the Cruel Seas Game but also to tie in with WWII armor and in this case it's useable for a great many eras.

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Paul at Warlord Games Sponsoring Member of TMP of Warlord Games writes:

Crucial for Naval Trade, These Mammoth-Sized Ships Were Often Preyed Upon by Enemy Vessels

Merchant Tanker

Tasked with the ferry of supplies such as food, fuel, steel, clothing to munitions and weaponry. Many nations were heavily reliant on such ships, completing the journey and securing their goods. As a result, this made them obvious targets for the nimble torpedo boats.

Lighting the way on perilous coastal journeys, the lighthouse can be a spectator or a casualty of battle.



Lighthouses are often mentioned in the diaries and memories of serving naval officers in WWII. As most encounters took place at night, it is understandable that the piercing finger of bright light would resonate with nervous, watching crews. Lighthouses were, by their nature, places to navigate around for both sides, providing a real and reliable proof of the navigator's skill, often open to doubt in the featureless sea.

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Ruined Lighthouse

Ruined Lighthouse

Be it intentional or accidental, this newly ruined lighthouse will simply just remain there until the order of its restoration or removal comes through.

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