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Gen Con 2018 Live Blog: Day Four

Gen Con 2018 Live Blog: Day Four

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Set Sail With Sea Dog's Range Of Nautical Minis

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There are loads of interesting smaller companies here at GenCon. Sea Dog Game Studios is one such stand, bringing with them a bunch of sea-worthy terrain, ships, and sea monsters.

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cbrenner
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These look amazing. Really nice stuff.

templar007
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I’m going to try and get some of those wrecked ships! Those will work nice for ‘Blood and Plunder’.

templar007
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Ok, I just went to their website and saw the scale. Here’s what they saw on the subject……”These wrecks are sculpted to approx. 15MM / 1/100th scale. Some of these designs may be “scale agnostic” and useable with 25/28mm minis as well. If this is what you are seeking it is suggested to avoid wrecks with obvious doors or deck cannons as these are sculpted in 15mm scale and will seem a bit small for 28.”

So, I’m still going to look into these. But I’ll navagate these waters carefully to make sure I get what will work for my ‘Blood & Plunder’ games.

normandyfan
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nice

normandyfan
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neat ships

orlandothetechnicoloured
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I like the look of the wrecks there

bigdaddio
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Oooooo!! Some really nice pieces in those photos! Never heard of Sea Dog before, but will be checking them out for sure.

coachjose59
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Sounds like it’s time for another edition of “will it float”!!!

zorg
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They look like great models.

jondaw
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Good lord .,, like those a lot 🙂

ntrabbit
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These are really cool – someone should suggest to them that they add minor fittings to the masts and spars, so that a person can easily fit a sail of their own make onto the boats, for that extra zing

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