The Fear God & Dread Nought, 2nd edition Player’s Handbook is a collection of the charts and tables that appear in the FG&DN 2nd edition rules. Designed for quick reference, it provides all the charts and tables needed for fast game play. Only rules-related charts and tables are included here. The Data Annexes are provided in the scenario booklets and data annexes.
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This PDF provides some guidelines for building the ‘perfect’ gaming table. Of course, 'perfect' will always be what is perfect for you given your space, budget and carpentry talent, but I have been using this table for over 20 years now and it has served me well.
It is not my intent to provide detailed "plans" but rather to provide some basic ideas, which may prove useful in the design and construction... [click here for more]
NAVAL WARGAMES RULES FOR THE PERIOD 1885 TO 1945 USING SHIPS AND AIRCRAFT
Listing updated 31 March 2019
Current Edition: 1.1 (PDF and POD)
Recommended scale: 1/1200 to 1/3000
Level of detail: 9/10
Dice required: D20, D10, D6
This is a new edition (1.1) of the rules with some revisions and expansions. Please note that the Print on Demand product for the new edition will be... [click here for more]
STATIONS MANNED AND READY II IS A SET OF NAVAL WARGAMES RULES FOR THE PERIOD 1885 TO 1945 USING SHIPS AND AIRCRAFT
UPDATED 24th May 2020
This file is a set of PDF files in a Zipped Folder, and is for use as support material when playing SMR II, which is required to make use of these files.
The contents of this Zip Folder have been updated as a few of the documents have themselves been updated. ... [click here for more]
This download includes a complete PDF copy of La Baoinnette No. 34: Système D, a French magazine published during World War I, and high-resolution TIFF format images of all 43 illustrations that appear in the publication (10 full-color images at 300 dpi and 33 black-and-white images at 600 dpi). These high quality-images can be freely used in publishing projects of all sorts and are especially... [click here for more]
From the Introduction
In 1966 or there about, Tom Vivirit was closing his lumber yard and he was gracious enough to give me many different turn of the century (circa 1914 to 1919) Frank Leslie’s Magazines. In this batch of printed treasure was a Curtiss Wright Flyleaf from about 1917. At least that is the date often used in these pages. The Flyleaf included pages 5 through 18. No cover was with... [click here for more]