15 June 2012
I was impressed by the match between the paint scheme on my Uusual Opponent's CoA ships and the Dreadfleet play sheet we like to use as the table surface for our Dystopian Wars naval games. This was not intentional, but the perfect camouflage was evident when my Opponent, during turn 2, actually lost track of where he had positioned his frigates.
12 June 2012
Assault on Green Island Airfield
Imperial vs. FSA vs. Covenant
1000 MFV each force, naval, air, and armored
The set-up for this scenario was a bit lopsided: I had 1000 points to set up on the island in the center of the board, including a bunker and airfield; my two opponents each had 1000 points on opposite sides of each other. The objective was to assault and hold the airfield with AP. Clearly my force was going to be the nut in the vise.
I put some land units on the island for defense, some medium flyers above the island, and some ships to either side, everything prepared to move in any direction. My plan was to keep forces close to the island and respond to threats as they advanced, from either side.
04 June 2012
02 June 2012
"Ruckdog" has written another entry in his series comparing the ship classes and technologies of Dystopian Wars with the history of late 19th and early 20th century navies. Read the full article on the Man Battlestations blog: DW vs. Real Life Pt. 3
Ever since I started calling the new Dystopian Wars event "The Glorious 3rd of June" I have been thinking I should actually post a blog entry commemorating the original (and, indeed, historical) naval battle known as the Glorious 1st of June.