These are pictures of an Aquazone game: underwater combat with submarines, deep submersible vessels, marine animals and torpedos! This is a project stemming entirely from Phil Dutré's creative mind. The miniatures are plastic toys from nature animal collections, 1/35 model plane ordnance and MicroMachines and Revell submarines. Terrain consists of a GeoHex seacloth and some weird rock formations of uncertain lineage.
The rules used for this project were a modified version of the Full-Thrust space combat rules. More about the game and the rules used can be found on our Aquazone page.
An orca is in trouble, with two torpedos launched by the yellow submarine (no connection, BTW) homing in. The fish's only chance is to use it's natural agility to out-turn the torps and run behind the rock formation.
Two orcas pose in this stunning display of underwater scenic beauty.
A DSV uses it's external manipulator arms to recover a nuclear missile from a sunk submarine. In the distance, a rival sub has launched it's torpedo, amazingly oblivious to the dangers of using high-explosives near a nuclear warhead...
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