These were the CSS ships that opposed the Union ships at Enfilade
Since this was the first time I was running the rules I went very simple. Garland controlled the union ironclad Cairo and James controlled the confederate ship Arkansas. Just as we were getting started Andy arrived and I added another confederate ship the General Sterling Price.
Garland started off on the right side of the table on the inlet to the river. Both Andy and James started at the far end of the table. The current of the river was a 2 and it flowed with the confederate ships and the union ship until it turned to face the CSS.
The first few turns were both sides moving closer.
The first few shots did nothing to the ships. As they closed and maneuvered to gain an advantage the Cairo started to take a beating. James and Andy steered their vessels to ram the cairo twice. Both times they missed and glanced off causing no damage to either ship. Garland breathed a sign of relief.
The Arkansas finally found the right angle and hit the Cairo. The d10's rolled also had +2 modifier to them. The Cairo sunk like a rock with no lower hull left.
All said and done the four of us enjoyed the game. It played quickly even though I was constantly going back into the rules when questions came up we still played the game in about 3 hours. We will play these rules again and again.
It also has boosted my want to get more ships for this era.