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Re: Wet Thrust for WW2

From: Not giving up on implausible dreams - experience to extremes <KOCHTE@s...>
Date: Mon, 03 Nov 1997 07:11:49 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Re: Wet Thrust for WW2

>Martin Gaskell wrote:
>>     Is there a set of rules adapting Full thrust for WW2 Battle ships
>> there is where is it and if there isn't then I am going to write a
>     Considering all the comparisons to 'wet navy' that fly around
>in space, your effort was only a matter of time.   Good luck.

Someone did come up with some 'wet thrust' rules a while ago. They
may or may not be linked into the Unofficial FT Page. I don't know
if I kept a copy or not. If I did, it's buried right now.  :-/

During the run-and-fight-and-run-again battle through this forest of
she is finally cornered. Her weapons have been left deep in the bodies
of the
slain or broken against the granite-hard scales of these snakes that are
snakes. Her stand to the death must be fought here. Though her only
are her hands and her deep and wide knowledge of the slayers, she does
fear them. They will die. Of this she is sure.

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