Well despite thinking that the AGM would be over on minutes we took about 90 minutes to go through all the stuff needed to ensure that the club remains for another year.
Games played this week included Lord of the Rings Mass battle game ‘War of the Ring’, Flames of War, Warhammer Fantasy and Necromunda. I played my first game of Uncharted Seas.
The game after a couple of turns, the Iron Dwarves battleship and cruisers take the left flank whilst their frigates take the right. On the Shroud Mage side, from their left we see frigates, cruisers, battleship and frigates. Leaving both battleships on the same side of the table.
The Iron Dwarven battleship uses its impressive broadside to drive off one of the opposing frigate squadrons and beginning to chip away at the hull armour of the Shroud Mage battleship from a distance.
The massive firepower of the Shroud Mage flagship and frigates destroy two out of three of the Iron Dwarfs crusiers, while heated shot sets the flagship ablaze whilst chipping away more hull armour.
On the other flank the Dwarven frigates punch over their weight tying up frigates and cruisers destroying several before being overcome themselves. The Shroud Mages remaing cruisers and battleship turn on the dwarven flagship, temporarily dropping anchor for better shooting the Intruder battleships shot begin to hit home but it’s own remaining armour is paper thin.
The Shroud Mage cruisers cross over the front of the Dwarven flagship providing targets for both port and fore guns whilst the starboard broadside hits and sinks the Shroud Mages battleship. At this point we called it a night.
Uncharted Seas is a fun game, not to expensive to get into, fleets start from less than £13 to just under £30 depending on the fleet (and metal parts), scenary needs are low and the models and quick and fun to paint.