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WW2 All at Sea! second world war naval wargame rules and fleet lists
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WW2 All at Sea! second world war naval wargame rules and fleet lists

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AGEMA's WW2 naval wargame rules All at Sea! are designed for a tabletop naval wargame played over a relatively small area using model ships or card counters. I wrote these rules because we wanted an exicting fast play game which still had lots of features to give the flavour of the period without bogging us down in detail!

The fleet lists and ship details given cover the navies of Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Britain, Canada, Chile, France, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Peru, Poland, the Soviet Union, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, USA, and Italy.

The rules include:-

Game turn sequence
Movement, detection, reacting
Game markers
Smoke, wooded areas (this is a naval term - honest!), evasion
Tabletop naval battles
Points system
Scales & definitions
Submarine warfare
Aircraft missions

Aircraft landing & taking off
Indecisive command
Operational status

Gunnery and ranging notes

Fleet lists (points list, like an army list but for fleets!)
Ship stats for just about every ship afloat in virtually every navy afloat.
Aircraft stats

River Plate
Denmark Strait

Ship records
Quick reference

In addition on our website ( there is a Q&A pdf available relating to these rules which is free of charge.

The version listed here is now v1.1 which has updated 'aircraft missions'.



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This title was added to our catalog on November 11, 2011.