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Miniature Reviews of the Week

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Review of the Week for July 17, 2010
Captain Mysion, Smooth Criminal
written by burnthills  on May 20, 2010
General introduction into awesomeness:
What's beardy smirking at anyway? Being the smoothest criminal around! I'm very surprised I have not seen this crew used or mentioned more often. My guess is, it's due to some misconceptions about the Parley...
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Review of the Week for July 10, 2010
General description:
The Unique Treasure Explosives made a lot of waves when it first appeared in the Pirates of the Revolution set, because at the time it was the only effect in the entire game that allowed any ship to completely destroy almost...
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Review of the Week for July 3, 2010
Behemoth, A beast of biblical proportions
written by bookwyrm  on June 14, 2010
Flavor Text:
Many sailors believe this monstrosity to be the legendary Behemoth the Bible claims will be the sign of the apocalypse. Those who have encountered it and lived claim that it wields power greater than either heaven or hell.

General...
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Review of the Week for June 26, 2010
Flavor text:

The Draconum prototype was stolen by Mysion's pirates while she was on a test mission. Though the ship is not yet fully equipped, her big gun is impressive even in untrained hands.


General description:

The Draconum is...
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Review of the Week for June 19, 2010
Rollando, The Best Crew You've Never Used
written by woelf  on June 2, 2010
"The Spanish Crown is said to control more supernatural artifacts than any other realm due to the items that Rollando has 'acquired' during his travels."


General description:
The Frozen North set has always been somewhat of an odd one out. ...
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Review of the Week for June 12, 2010
Star of Siam, - The Best Ship Evah!
written by lordstu  on May 23, 2010
Seeing as how I'm getting ready to ship out for awhile, it occurred to me I have always gone on about how the Star of Siam is the best ship in the game, but I have never written a review about her to back that statement up, so for everyone's...
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Review of the Week for June 5, 2010
Sir Jeremy Rothschild, Can the English run treasure after all?
written by bookwyrm  on April 30, 2010
Flavor Text
His fortunate blundering onto a Pacific passage from the realm of Vikings led to Sir Jeremy's assignment to the South Pacific. Some say he seems a changed man, now genuinely bent on exploration instead of his petty gathering of...
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Review of the Week for May 29, 2010
General description:
"Professor Defoe has studied the emergence of the submarine with great interest. He has been paid handsomely by the crown to bring one in-- in any condition."

I don't know about you, but apparently Mr. Defoe is only...
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Review of the Week for May 22, 2010
Zephyr, The fastest ship ever... once.
written by woelf  on April 14, 2010
"The Zephyr was the sloop that Calico Cat stole from Havana. Her crew is made up of the most deadly fighters Havana's slums have ever produced."


General description:
The name Zephyr comes from Zephyrus, the Greek god of the west wind. It's...
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Review of the Week for May 15, 2010
Paradox, The Little Red Underestimated Terror
written by davyjones  on December 14, 2009
General description:
I love the DPotC ships. I mean, there are some really cool and most of the time cheap ships that come in handy allot of the time. The HMS Interceptor for example is just one of the amazing warships and treasure carriers in this...
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Review of the Week for May 8, 2010
Ship Ability:
Submarine, Mercenary. Crew of any nationality may use their abilities on this ship.

Flavor Text:
The least seen of Nemo's “children” the Slipstream spends more of her time exploring the oceans of the world than with dealing...
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Review of the Week for May 1, 2010
USS Atlanta, Sniper of the Frozen North
written by bookwyrm  on April 15, 2010
General Description:
There are two different ships that bear the name USS Atlanta, and this one from the Frozen North is by far the better of the two. For a rather low 13 points you get a five-mast ship with respectable cargo and a decent set of...
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Review of the Week for April 24, 2010
Black Gentleman, - The Thief in the Night
written by lordstu  on April 11, 2010
This is the last of a series of three reviews on the DJC LE ships I recently received in a tournament pack - if you missed them, the other two are the Blackgate and the Award-winning Crypt.


Flavor text:

"No sane crew would ever sail on a...
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Review of the Week for April 17, 2010
L'Argus, it's paris. not asparagus.
written by frenchdude  on October 29, 2009
General description:
Hey guys, I'm back! I took a break for a while (update the have/want section, or trading with other members.) but now it's time to get these reviews started! First of all, I would like to say that argus minus the S means...
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Review of the Week for April 10, 2010
Crypt
written by lordstu  on March 20, 2010
Flavor Text:

No one has seen the inside of the Crypt and lived.


General description:

The Crypt is another of the extremely-hard-to acquire box-topper LE's from Pirates of Davy Jones Curse. She is also a rare non-Jade Rebellion Turtle...
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Review of the Week for April 3, 2010
Veteran Tiger, 1st A&A Review!
written by vladsimpaler  on May 4, 2008
General description:
First off, I'm a total n00b to A&A. Just throwing this out there, so there's going to be a lot of mistakes.
However, I wanted to start off the A&A Miniature Reviews with something iconic...like the Tiger I. But not just ANY...
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Review of the Week for March 27, 2010
El Garante, -Worth Another Look
written by woelf  on February 2, 2010
General description:
El Garante has been around since the very first set, but in all this time it has seen very little use. It carries an extremely powerful ability, but that ability comes with a high point cost that climbs even higher if you want...
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Review of the Week for March 20, 2010
General Windu, Jedi Make a Stand, with an extra attack...
written by travisinferno  on June 18, 2006
General description:
General Windu is the Republic’s newest and largest beat stick, coming in at a large 72-point cost (beating himself I might add). This Windu boasts the same stats as his Clone Strike (CS) and Revenge of the Sith (RotS)...
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Review of the Week for March 13, 2010
HMS Interceptor, This ship really lives up to her name.
written by davyjones  on December 29, 2009
General description:

OK, after my review on the Paradox, we are going to switch over to the English side of the DPotC set. Alright, HMS Interceptor is the fastest ship in the Caribbean sea, or so it says so on the back story. With it's base speed...
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Review of the Week for March 6, 2010
Jikininki, How does a ship have NO CARGO?? HOW??
written by flungus  on December 24, 2009
General description:

This is Part 2 in my series of reviews on ships that I own that either appear "useless" at first glance or are just plain bad. This ship falls distinctly in the latter category.

The Jikininki is a small two master...
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