Scenario cards for all North Sea scenarios, the Battle of Coronel, the Battle of the Falkland Islands, and hypothetical battles for the pursuit of the. Regal Miniatures miniature ships mounted on the counters of the Avalon Hill boardgame Jutland. We used the Advanced Jutland rules – right out of the box. I have the counters, rules, plot maps, task forces boards, time record sheets, The game featured in a number of editions of the old Avalon Hill.
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The jufland changes were twofold. Ships such as the Queen Elizabeth which was in the Mediteranian Sea at the time, and the Emperor of India which was in dock are in his battle fleet.
Now all I have to do is buy minis and a large blue sheet and try playing.
Jutland Questions and Answers. Views Read Edit View history. Combat is simple, yet produces reasonable results.
Opinions expressed here are solely those of the posters, and have not been cleared with nor are they endorsed by The Miniatures Page. Some caveats Only interested in commercially released avalom, not home brew Willing and expect to see some abstraction, simple gunnery and torpedo tables, destroyer flotillas versus all individual ships, etc.
We used the Advanced Jutland rules – right out of the box. That really helps to tell them hill. This allowed critical hits only on a result of “10” instead of “6” as in the original charts and tables. The Blue arrow shows the direction of the British Battle Cruiser force.
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At the end of the game, the British had 9 victory points, to the Germans’ They paint up nicely if you can withstand the eye strain. First a “home rule” that required all squadron commanders to roll a D10 at the start of each turn. We’ve used them with 1: It is to the same scale as the original Jutland map. Find More Posts by The Colonel. Anywhere to get them?
Anyone know any good WW1 tabletop naval rules? The counters are about 2. I want to surprise my club with several Jutland games next year.
The Game-master, Jay Stribling, points out which destroyer counters were German and which were British. I’ve never played it so I can’t comment on the quality of the rules.
Have you looked into getting a second-hand copy of Avalon Hill’s Jutland game? What rules did you use? The game’s instructions noted that the ship counters were not to scale in relation to movement rulers. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Is this true and if yes can anyone share those modifications here for me?
The Game-Master, Jay Stribling, leans forward to try to focus tired old eyes on really small ships. Please select a support frequency.
Too many guns to deal with in WW1 with 3 types per ship. Jutland Jutland box cover. For Seekreig V, you can get detailed ship data sheets for almost everything that floated, or was palnned to float, from around to or so.
The focus of the game is finding the enemy fleet and then grand squadron and fleet manuvering on the tabletop.