Tabletop Tuesday – High Times On The High Seas — Pop Culture Uncovered

Wizards of the Coast recently announced their latest rulebook offering for Spring. Coming in May we can expect Ghosts of Saltmarsh. Out of all of the 5th Edition releases to date, this one has me intrigued. I’ve been looking for consistency in the nature and release format of D&D books since jumping back into the […]

via Tabletop Tuesday – High Times On The High Seas — Pop Culture Uncovered.

You can’t see it in it screenshot above, but a photo of my favorite captain is down the page a ways. Hint: https://www.facebook.com/capncrunch/. I doubt they will add him, but I can hope.

My go-to ship to ship combat depends on the era, but Bireme and Galley – https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/18789/bireme-galley from Fantasy Games Unlimited (FGU) for ancient battles; for pirate level, Skull and Crossbones – http://www.waynesbooks.com/FantasyGamesUnlimitedFGU.html#skullcrossbones (not an affiliate link) / Pieces of Eight – https://www.nobleknight.com/P/7455/Skull-and-Crossbones—Pieces-of-Eight (not an affiliate link), also by FGU. There were several other ship to ship combat systems that were good. Wooden Ships and Iron Menhttps://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/237/wooden-ships-iron-menby Avalon Hill was a good pirate era boardgame.

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