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Battlewagon, Second Edition

Battlewagon, Second Edition


COMMENCE FIRE! The enemy's battleline is pinpointed by the bright orange blast as his guns return fire. Salvo after salvo is exchanged as your ships battle for victory at sea. Battlewagon allows players to recreate naval battles in the era of the dreadnought. Scenarios reenacting 10 of the most famous engagements during World War I and II are included. With the wealth of information...   [click here for more]
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Battlewagon Article #2: The Battle of San Bernardino Straits - A Battlewagon Scenario

Battlewagon Article #2: The Battle of San Bernardino Straits - A Battlewagon Scenario


HISTORICAL NOTES: In 1944, McArthur returned to the Philippines. His return precipitated the greatest sea battle in history: the Battle of Leyte Gulf. The battle consisted of four separate but interrelated sea battles, one of which was the Battle off Samar. Published in May 1983, this scenario was written for the first edition of Battlewagon, but can be easily adapted for the second...   [click here for more]
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Battlewagon Article #3: Battlewagon Scenario - The Last Sortie of the Yamato

Battlewagon Article #3: Battlewagon Scenario - The Last Sortie of the Yamato


Historical Notes: On April 1, 1945, allied forces assaulted Okinawa. The assault was not unexpected by the Japanese, hence extensive defensive positions had been prepared on the island and plans for naval and air attacks on allied ships had been developed. On April 5,1945, the Yamato in company with a light cruiser and eight destroyers — the last functional naval units of...   [click here for more]
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Battlewagon Article #4: Battlewagon Scenario - Operation Regenbogen

Battlewagon Article #4: Battlewagon Scenario - Operation Regenbogen


Historical Notes: On December 31, 1942, a German force consisting of the pocket battleship Lutzow, the heavy cruiser Hipper, and two divisions of destroyers intercepted the British convoy JW51B. The convoy was defended by five destroyers and four corvettes. In addition, two light cruisers were 30 miles away and closing to join the convoy. The battle began as the HMS Obdurate,...   [click here for more]
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Battlewagon Article #5: Battlewagon Scenario - Surigao Straits

Battlewagon Article #5: Battlewagon Scenario - Surigao Straits


Historical Background: As part of Operation SHO-I, intended to disrupt the American landings at Leyte Gulf, the Japanese intended to send two groups through Surigao Straits. These ships were to link up with others off of the beaches and destroy the landing forces. The American planes spotted Admiral Nishimura's two battleships on October 23rd, and the Allies moved six old battleships under...   [click here for more]
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Battlewagon Article #6: Battlewagon Scenario - Pacific Nights: Four Pacific Scenarios

Battlewagon Article #6: Battlewagon Scenario - Pacific Nights: Four Pacific Scenarios


The sixth historical scenario for Battlewagon has been released from the vaults of Nexus! Historical Background: Between August 1942 and the end of 1943, Japanese and Allied naval forces clashed in more than a dozen nighttime surface actions. These battles were generally the result of attempts to land, supply or evacuate troops in the Solomon Islands. Although Guadalcanal...   [click here for more]
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Nexus #7

Nexus #7


However, not counting playtest sessions, I can count on both hands the number of times I have played an adventure game with an opponent. The point of this is that I am not alone! – Allen D. Eldridge It is 1984 and Nexus #7 has just been released. It focuses this time on solitaire gaming. Of course there is a section on the Star Fleet Universe, too. In that section you will find...   [click here for more]
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