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on: March 28, 2024, 10:04:55 AM
#TBT ~ Beat To Quarters: Ephemera and Obscura, Part the First

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My interest in the Age of Sail started by sheer accident when I found a copy of Oliver Warner’s Great Sea Battles (MacMillan Company, NY. 1968) on the restocking trolley at the Chinook Public Library in Calgary, circa 1978.  Not long after, I bought Avalon Hill’s venerable Wooden Ships and Iron Men.  Unfortunately, this was about the same time my gaming buddies Discovered Girls, so my copy went mostly un-played and un-punched, save for a few solo games.  Undaunted, I continued to buy other age of sail games, including Beat to Quarters by Command Perspectives.


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Reply #1 on: March 28, 2024, 11:06:24 AM
This is the kind of game I would've gone missing for days over way back there.  :D

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