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Most of the naval battles in WW II weren't fought by big ships, but by small craft – torpedo boats, gunboats, subchasers, minesweepers, and the like. These battles aren't as well-known as the big fleet engagements like Matapan or Leyte, but the day-to-day patrolling, minesweeping, and convoying by these feisty small craft were just as important.

            Pat Hreachmack has collected thirty-four surface actions involving these smaller coastal vessels. They are all historical and most involve only a handful of units.

            These are short, vicious fights, usually between matched forces and were determined by the side with the better tactics. But there are also times when the victory conditions are to simply escape without being mauled or sunk. Many are in less-than-ideal visibility, with the two sides coming upon each other well inside effective gun range, sometimes with one, or both parties, surprised.

            In addition to the scenarios, Clear the Coast! includes all the information on the ships, weapons, and sensors needed to play them using Command at Sea fourth edition rules.

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Rupert C February 27, 2023 12:39 pm UTC
Per the author on the Admiralty Trilogy IO group, this is completely new and no overlap with Mighty Midgets.
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Rupert C February 20, 2023 1:42 am UTC
Is this an update to Mighty Midgets or a new set of scenarios ? How much overlap is there ?
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