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Great War at Sea

The First World War took place on all of the world's oceans, from the huge battles in the North Sea between fleets of battleships to commerce raiding in the Indian Ocean, We cover all of these — plus some conflicts that never actually happened beyond the plans of naval staffs — in our Great War at Sea series.

Here's a look at the Great War at Sea:

Boxed Game
The Wine-Dark Sea

Playbooks - Complete Games in a Book
Cruiser Warfare
Jutland
Remember the Maine
Russo-Japanese War
U.S. Navy Plan Red
U.S. Navy Plan Crimson

Books
Bay of Bengal (second edition)
High Seas Fleet

Jutland 1919
Jutland: The Baltic Sea
Jutland Battle Analysis
Jutland: Dogger Bank
Prizes of War
Rise of the Dragon
Secret Treaties

Zeppelins

Golden Journals
No. 26: Armored Cruisers
No. 35: Viribus Unitis
No. 38: Alternative Dreadnoughts

Boxed Game
Everything you need to play, right there in the box.

The Wine-Dark Sea
Naval war in the Mediterranean basin, 1914-1918. Over 100 scenarios to use the 560 pieces (half of them double-sized ship pieces) on the beautiful new map. Plus full-color play aids and new Great War at Sea series rules. This game is not yet available.

Playbooks
Everything you need to play except dice, all inside a book!

Cruiser Warfare
The world-spanning voyage of the German East Asia Cruiser Squadron, and the Allied attempts to stop them. 210 pieces, two maps. $39.99 This book is not yet available.

U.S. Navy Plan Red
Britain and the United States carry out their plans for war in the early 1920's, using the giant battleships planned but never built. 210 pieces, 32 scenarios, two maps. $39.99 This game is not yet available.

U.S. Navy Plan Crimson
War on the Great Lakes - it's as odd as it sounds. 230 pieces, 30 scenarios, two maps. $39.99 This game is not yet available.

Jutland
The massive clash of dreadnoughts, plus many other operations in the North Sea and the Baltic with German, British, Russian, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Dutch and American forces, and more! $99.99 This game is not yet available.

Russo-Japanese War
Japan enters the Imperial Age with a decisive victory over Russia. 210 pieces, 45 scenarios, two maps. $49.99.

Remember the Maine (second edition)
The Spanish-American naval war of 1898, with all the actions that took place in the Caribbean Sea. With 45 scenarios, two maps and 180 playing pieces. $59.99 This game is not yet available.

Books

These scenario books include playing pieces, and anywhere from 20 to 30 new scenarios plus background articles on the campaigns and the navies that fought them. They are not playable by themselves, but require pieces from one or more boxed games (see the individual product pages for listings).

Bay of Bengal (second edition)
German commerce raiding in the Indian Ocean, with 30 new scenarios on the map from Second World War at Sea: Eastern Fleet. $24.99

Jutland Battle Analysis 1914
A unique supplement for Jutland, featuring 36 new scenarios and history and game-related analysis of all the major (and most of the minor) 1914 operations in the North Sea. $24.99

Jutland: Dogger Bank
Sequel to the Battle Analysis. Dogger Bank picks up the story of the North Sea campaign in December 1914 and carries it to the eve of the Battle of Jutland with 35 new scenarios plus history and game-related analysis. $24.99

Jutland: The Baltic Sea
Russian, Swedish and German building programs of the pre-war years come to fruition in this expansion for Jutland, featuring 30 new scenarios and 70 new “long” ship pieces. $34.99 This book is not yet available.

Jutland 1919
A full-sized expansion book for Jutland, featuring 80 new playing pieces (60 double-sized ship pieces and 20 square ones) and forty new scenarios, based on German and British plans for new dreadnoughts and cruisers designed or sketched but never actually built. $29.99

Secret Treaties
What if Italy had remained true to the Central Powers, fighting alongside Germany and Austria-Hungary against Britain, France and Russia? This supplement studies the Triple Alliance war plan with 50 new pieces and 40 new scenarios - you only need Mediterranean Ultimate to play them all. $29.99 This book is not yet available.

High Seas Fleet, Second Edition
The fleet that Germany could have built, and some Britons feared they would build, during the so-called "Dreadnought Arms Race" takes to the North Sea to challenge the Royal Navy. Seventy new pieces and 42 new scenarios; requires only Jutland to play them all. $29.99 This book is not yet available.

Rise of the Dragon
Twenty new scenarios tell the story of a war that never happened: the 1915-1916 “War of the Dragon” between China and Japan. Based on the actual 1907 and 1908 Chinese plans to build a fleet of dreadnoughts to challege the Japanese, this full-sized book includes 155 new pieces and requires Russo-Japanese War (and only Russo-Japanese War). $34.99

Prizes of War
Captured, sold or abandoned and confiscated: French and Russian battleships and cruisers steam under the British and German flags. With 23 new scenarios and 80 silky-smooth, die-cut playing pieces, this book requires Jutland (and only Jutland).

Zeppelins (second edition)
A new edition of our best-selling game expansion, with the giant-sized zeppelin pieces that make Great War at Sea games even more fun plus special Advanced Zeppelin Leader rules that let you do many more things with your gasbags including ramming other airships. $34.99

Golden Journals
Our little publication exclusively for the Gold Club.

No. 26: Armored Cruisers
Great War at Sea: Cruiser Warfare shows the last campaign in which the armored cruiser was a front-line unit, one that ended with the German East Asia Squadron armored cruisers easily sunk by British battle cruisers. We include variant armored cruisers for the Russian, German and British fleets, plus the proposed Canadian squadron. You get 20 new die-cut and silky-smooth pieces, plus new Cruiser Warfare scenarios so you can play with them. This volume is available now, quantities are limited.

No. 35: Viribus Unitis
All about Austro-Hungarian battleship design with 20 new pieces for alternative designs and for the proposed sale of the fleet’s battleships to Germany and Turkey. This volume is available now, quantities are limited.

No. 38: Alternative Dreadnoughts
Britain’s Admiralty studied many alternatives before settling on the design that became the revolutionary HMS Dreadnought. We look at these, and provide you with five different alternatives. With 20 silky-smooth, die-cut and mounted pieces and 11 scenarios so you can play with them; you’ll need Jutland to do that.

And more!

We also add new content to the Avalanche Press site every day, and a number of these pieces have focused on Great War at Sea:


 

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