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Sadly, it looks like the webpage that used to exist for it is gone too. I think I may still have the rules printed out somewhere.

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Finished off my British fleet!


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Two battleships of Home Fleet's Channel Squadron, escorted by a cruiser and three destroyers.


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Leviathan-class battleships HML Leviathan and HML Medusa. Yes, that means the first leviathan is the Leviathan-class Her Majesty's Leviathan Leviathan, from the game Leviathans. No regrets.


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The County-class light cruiser HML Essex.


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The D-class destroyers HML Crow, HML Raven, and HML Beagle.

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Oh boy, it's been a long time since I saw these guys the last time.


Isn't that game dead already? I thought they had quite a lot of trouble when making it.


Beautiful and nice colours. Reminds me of Cunard line passenger ships.

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We have more hope now, with a Kickstarter being announced for next year. We also have...more ships!



This heavy squadron stands ready to defend the Republic's sovereignty over the so-called 'English' Channel.



The Grenouille-class destroyers MontcalmPelletier, and Monpellier.



The Liberté-class cruiser Lave.



The Paris-class battleships Paris and Jean Bart.

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