That’s not true. I am not obsessed with treasure.
The epic battle on the high seas continues as we continue to explore all facets of the question: is Dreadfleet crap?
As you can see in parts one and two of this rediscovery of Games Workshop’s Dreadfleet, Will and I appear to be having quite a good time so far. So has the game received unwarranted abuse? Perhaps it’s actually a great game, sadly overlooked by gamers worldwide, unjustly decried by people who just never got around to painting the ships and getting the game on the table?
Stay tuned folks, because there’s one more episode to go in this series, and at the end of the battle we’ll let you know our final conclusions!
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