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    Duncan Wasdell

    Hi Paul. Hello! Where are you based? I’m in the process of having a monster 16’x4′ Bolt Action table built for me (in 4×4 sections) and I hope to take it out on a bit of a tour once such things become possible again. I’m really interested in using the table to help introduce more young people into the hobby, so bringing it to clubs like you mention would be awesome! You can check on the progress of the table’s construction too, as it is currently featuring on the Geek Gaming YouTube channel. Check out the Restless Kaiser at Modelling for Advantage too – I know he runs similar clubs for kids in London…

    Best wishes


    Duncan Wasdell



    i am Finn from Germany in Rostock. I recently started playing Victory at Sea with some friends.

    Have a nice day.


    Hi! Currently living in Germany, Bayern.

    This last year I have been getting back into miniature wargaming and Black seas was the one the sparked my interest again!

    Love building the ships, making terrain and playing the age of sail tabletop style!

    I’ve recently created an Instagram and YouTube channel showcasing my hobby at Kolgarts_Miniatures

    Hopefully within the next couple months when my local games store opens, I can bring the joy of black seas with me and enjoy Napoleonics to the fullest!

    Brian Aderson

    Hi All,

    im Brian and I’m based just north of Nottingham in the UK.
    my main interest here is Bolt Action and I have a small German late war force and a growing force of Canadians including a tank force.

    haven’t played yet though so looking for patient opponents to cut my teeth on.

    Endre Fodstad

    Hi there. I come as a set, as I am pretty sure my opponent won’t register here as he is a Discord junkie. We’re two norwegian Warmachine (and Warcaster, and Battlefleet Gothic, and a few other things that pop up) players that have discovered a common interest in maritime games we did now know we shared despite being friends for over a decade now. So Black Seas it is. Despite the models being slightly off historically, we’re going to rewind time a bit and paint them up as Danish-Norwegian and Swedish vessels of the Great Northern War. The focus will be on smaller vessels (as is the case during the Napoleonic Wars, ships of the line seldom got into action during the Great Northern War and spent most of their time either blockading or being blockaded) , although I am sure we’ll eventually get to the Battle of Køge Bay in 1710 eventually, which involved 20-30 ships of the line on each side. Researching the coloring now.

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    Dave McNally


    I’m Dave, a Scot currently living County Cork. After playing GW games for almost 30 years I was lured into Bolt Action a couple of months ago. I’m a huge fan of old war movies so I didn’t take much luring! Having been raised on A Bridge Too Far I’ve started painting up a British Airborne platoon which is coming along gradually.

    Unfortunately I have poor impulse control so I already have a pile of shame with a Waffen SS platoon, some commandoes and a whole bunch of US Rangers waiting to be painted too. I have this vague notion of amassing and painting all the forces and scenery necessary to play through D-day, Market Garden and the battle of the bulge. Might take me a while!


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