Great War at Sea: Dreadnoughts
In 1906, a new kind of battleship slid into the water at Portsmouth Naval Dockyard. Ships like HMS Dreadnought ruled the world?s seas for a generation.
Dreadnoughts features die-cut, mounted counters: 70 long ship counters, plus 20 standard half-inch counters. Articles, scenarios, and counters are provided for the Spanish Armada of the World War One era (including its projected but never built second and third generation dreadnoughts), the Ottoman Turkish Navy, Austro-Hungarian building projects, and the saga of South America?s dreadnought programs and many attempts by other nations to purchase these ships.
There are also new advanced tactical rules by Karl Laskas, giving players the option to take a more detailed approach to combat. (from the back cover)
Avalanche Press is known for its high quality, easy to learn war games with quality maps and counters. Whether you are a Grognard or new to war games, you will appreciate the amount of effort that this company puts into its game.