Our Game is a Handful.

Our Game is a Handful.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Salty dog's Ship Log's


The ship is as authentic as possible but with no support vessel we have to line the deck with everything we use for safety and public tours.

Crews quarters

If Columbus only had it this good. (galley)
At the helm

Bow Watch

The Captain ask me to up date the ships log for you land lover's, so here it be the links

Saturday, November 19, 2011

A Fist Full of Improbability

The writers of Fist Full of Seamen in an ernest if not potentially misguided effort to promote a more authentic gaming experience to the armchair buccaneers in our following have somehow mustered into the undermanned crew of an organization obviously desperate and woefully unaware of our seamen ship, trying to get two replica 15th century sailing ships to a port in Florida from Muskogee Oklahoma. Yes you read that correctly, tall masted ships, a landlocked state, Fist Full of Seamen. The Columbus Foundation (http://www.thenina.com/) an amazing little organization that has been visiting the ports of north America for the last twenty years, dedicatedly educating about Columbus' ships is exchanging training, birth and board for a thirty day voluntary commitment before the mast.
Now the potential of this has all the ingredients of a noteworthy calamity, and God willing, watching over little children and fools, this ship just signed on three of them.
Mr. Christian
Embarking December 7th a day that will live in infamy.

Monday, October 31, 2011

Pirates on the Seas and ne'er-do-wells on the land.

This All-Hallow's-Eve be thick with highwaymen and brigands

Monday, September 12, 2011

Recruits! Sixteen Miniatures on a Lead Man's Chest.....

Recuits Convention in Lee's Summit, Missouri (USA)

Table Layout for Fist Full of Seamen's "Sixteen Miniatures on a Lead man's Chest."
Eastern Map
Western Map
Lost Island of the Mayans

Settlements and Locations

Port Manteau (English)

Fort Nicanville (French)

Port Culis (Dutch)

The Slaves are revolting!
Brute Alley Tea House

Lost Mayan Temple
What dangers inhabit these dark and foreboding shores?

The Local Wild Life!

Mayan Pyramid

Galleon Beach (Pirates Hideout)

Cannibal Island


Scalawags and Sea Rovers

Best Seafaring Career

Captain Ken claimed the most Doubloons scoring him the title of best Captain's Career. For this he claimed a Prize Sloop and an Old Glory Army card subscription.

For loosing the Dutch Port to Chinese Pirates without a shot fired, worst career goes to this young lad who was awarded this honorary pool floaty and another Old Glory Army subscription.

Credit Where Credit Be Owed:
Gracious Hosts at
Lee's Summit High School (LSHS)
Duane Fleck and Nick Wilkowski
Creator: Scott "Mutiny! Mr."Christian
Set Design and Photography: Steve "Quarter Master" Hobbs
Rule clarification and assistant GM: Cody "Keeper of the Code" Dillon
Costumes by Sherron"Pins and Needles" Christian
Pirate Art Work By Stacy "Paintchik" Klinger
Generous Prizes Provided by :