|Name: The name of that ship class.
|Size: The size rating of the ship for use
during the game, especially for calculating when a ship sinks. Larger ships
will tend to take longer to sink.
|Armor (Hvy - Lt): The heavy and light armor
ratings for the ship. These ratings do not express the "weight" of the armor,
rather they describe the ship's defense against that type of gunnery
|Gunnery (Hvy - Lt): These are the heavy and
light gunnery ratings for the ship. The heavy rating expresses the ship's main
armament value in conjunction with standard heavy secondary (15cm or greater)
guns. The light rating represents the all weapons under 25cm.
with a small 1, 2 or 3 to the upper right of the heavy gunnery value are
limited in their ability to score blast damage hits on the combat chart. If
present, this small number (called a Blast Cap) means that only fire die
rolls with no values higher than that number may be used to score blast damage.
For example, the battleship Fuji shown above may only score blast damage hits
if all fire dice are a one through three.
|ROF (Hvy - Lt): These are the rate of fire
values for a ship's heavy and light gunnery ratings.
|TT: This number is the ship's torpedo
|Speed: The ship's speed in millimeters. Each
ship log will note this speed and it's increments in eighths. If a ship's eight
speed boxes are all marked off due to damage, it's speed is considered zero and
it must then roll for sinking as long as its speed is zero.
|Repair Dice: The number of repair points that
a ship begins the game with. Each repair point is worth one repair die roll,
and each die roll is conducted using two six sided dice (2D6). Each point used
is marked off the ship log and may not be re-used again.