Battle for texas

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Battle for texas

Postby grandpapanurgle » Sat Nov 21, 2009 9:23 pm

My group and i have devised a set of campaign rules to allow us create and attempt to maintain pirate bands and security forces while we are still play testing it all we have been running it now for about 6 months and it seems to work quite well. the balanace between pirates and security are really working out we have a fledgling website going for it here

http://grandpapanurgle.webs.com/
Abolition of the police, the army and the bureaucracy. The salaries of all officials, all of whom are elective and displaceable at any time, not to exceed the average wage of a competent worker.

Lenin, April Theses (1917)

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Re: Battle for texas

Postby Grant » Sun Nov 22, 2009 1:13 pm

Hey, nice looking website, sorta captures a old-time news or radio.

Good to see there's a Crimson Skies group out there :D

Welcome to the boards!

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Re: Battle for texas

Postby yahzuk » Sun Nov 22, 2009 2:16 pm

Looks great!

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Re: Battle for texas

Postby grandpapanurgle » Sun Nov 22, 2009 3:55 pm

thanks these are a kind of a pain to set up was just putting up some pics of our planes this morning but i havent photoshopped any of the newer ones
Abolition of the police, the army and the bureaucracy. The salaries of all officials, all of whom are elective and displaceable at any time, not to exceed the average wage of a competent worker.

Lenin, April Theses (1917)

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Re: Battle for texas

Postby Thom » Sun Nov 22, 2009 9:43 pm

Nice website!
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Re: Battle for texas

Postby Cyagen » Sun Sep 12, 2010 3:18 pm

Layout of the site is a little weird but nice paint job!

Your Skull Cutlass kicks serious bottoms!!! A nice simple non modified shot would be nice to have.

What did you use for the Anvil, AM5 and King Cobra conversions?

Instructions on how to do it would also be nice for the less talented like me.

How is the campaign doing?
Malphas, over and out

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Re: Battle for texas

Postby grandpapanurgle » Wed Sep 15, 2010 2:29 am

the campaign has ended for the time being with a solid victory for the security forces as we managed to find the bases over the course of a few months, i believe it worked out

real life time once a week for a bout 5 months
3 years campaign time

the site itself has chaged and we are keeping track of most of our hobbies here now as obviously from above we are a bit crimsoned out lol.


unfortunately i dont remeber all the planes for the conversion used or the companies.

the anvil was a hawker hurricane with typoon cannons but the tail end had to be cut apart, filed and rebuilt with plasticard.

I believe that the cobra was a a british plane that has a hump on the bottom which was rebuilt and the tail was cut off and tured upside down.

AM5 was just a repaint of a german plane

i will ask the guys if they remeber and post again if i have more detail

thanks for the interest
Abolition of the police, the army and the bureaucracy. The salaries of all officials, all of whom are elective and displaceable at any time, not to exceed the average wage of a competent worker.

Lenin, April Theses (1917)

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Re: Battle for texas

Postby Grant » Thu Sep 16, 2010 11:55 pm

Nice work Grandpapa.

I been a little busy (one reason the site has been so hinky). But I definately plan on putting a link up to your site as one of the "Recomended links" on my website. Some awesome paint and writeup on it :mrgreen:


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