M&C

WLG-791510001: Black Seas Master & Commander Starter Set
MSRP: $70.00

This is the starter set for the upcoming Black Seas miniatures game by Warlord Games it contains all the miniatures and components you need to play. Inside the box alongside a softback copy of the Black Seas core rules, you'll get nine beautifully detailed plastic miniatures; three frigates and six brigs. You'll also get sails, rigging and flag sheets for all your ships and all the ship cards, wake markers and tokens that you'll need to play.

BSRB

WLG-791010001: Black Seas Rulebook
MSRP: $32.00

Black Seas is an upcoming system by Warlord Games designed to let you recreate glorious fleet combat during the age of sail. This softback book contains all the history, rules, and references you need to play the game.

 French Fleet

WLG-792012001: Black Seas French Starter Set
MSRP: $120.00

Though French gunnery and training had formally equalled that of its Spanish and British counterparts prior to the French revolution, those events severely weakened the French Navy. High ranking officers had been removed or even guillotined, and inexperienced crewmen through necessity had been promoted.

French ships, however, were generally well built, and quick. This is reflected in the national special rules for the French Navy. They are able to purchase both the 'sturdy' and 'streamlined' upgrades for a discounted cost. French crews were also trained to shoot high, in order to capture enemy ships rather than destroy them. As such, they do not suffer the same penalties to hit when aiming high as the other navies do.

British Royal Navy

WLG 792011001: Black Seas British Starter Set
MSRP: $120.00

By the late 1700s, Great Britain had established itself as the most prominent and powerful navy of the time. This was mostly due to the discipline and commitment of its sailors, and the quality of the training for its leadership positions. The only way to rise through the ranks of the Royal Navy was to prove your mettle in action and bypassing gruelling exams. This was coupled with a very well managed gunnery programme that trained the men to shoot rapidly and accurately.