Red and Green?

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Red and Green?

Postby Spence » Sat Dec 24, 2011 11:31 pm

So I bought Age of Dreadnoughts and was reading through the rules. The firing arcs have terms like 15 degrees either side of Green 90, but the book is black and white and the Mongoose site does not have a AoD (or VaS) download page with, well anything. My first thought was to go to Mongoose and download the game templates and blank ship cards, silly me :wink:

So where does one go to get the printable game aids? The ones needed to print ship cards, turn templates and the colored version of the firing arcs?
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Re: Red and Green?

Postby Myrm » Sun Dec 25, 2011 11:11 am

Red and green are the sides of the ship - based on navigation lights - Red is port, Green Starboard from memory - Green 90 is straight out perpendicular from that side.

As for templates - I thought there were some in the back of my hardback book - and so far as I see they are on the Age of dreadnoughts page -
http://www.mongoosepublishing.com/minia ... ughts.html
At the bottom of the 'Details' section are some downloadables - turn keys and templates do what they say.

As for blank ship sheets - I just use the Victory at Sea one - the Ship Roster after the Details section here
http://www.mongoosepublishing.com/minia ... ebook.html
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Re: Red and Green?

Postby Spence » Tue Dec 27, 2011 3:18 am

Myrm wrote:Red and green are the sides of the ship - based on navigation lights - Red is port, Green Starboard from memory - Green 90 is straight out perpendicular from that side.

As for templates - I thought there were some in the back of my hardback book - and so far as I see they are on the Age of dreadnoughts page -
http://www.mongoosepublishing.com/minia ... ughts.html
At the bottom of the 'Details' section are some downloadables - turn keys and templates do what they say.

As for blank ship sheets - I just use the Victory at Sea one - the Ship Roster after the Details section here
http://www.mongoosepublishing.com/minia ... ebook.html

Thanks,

Again. For some reason my posts for today never posted.

I had thought they meant Port/Starboard for Red/Green, but then the table that was listing by Red/Green changed format in the middle. One line referring to Green 90 and the next Port Side. The lack of consistency threw me :wink:

Since the book is in Black and White and makes no reference to what they mean by Red/Green and the tables where it was used had no key, I thought I ask to make sure.

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