All Out War
Boat Fight Info
Protected from enemy ﬁre by solid iron plate, the iron-clad is slow and clumsy but deadly in a naval battle. The ironclad is built on a frame of thick wooden timbers, just like most other vessels; armor is then riveted or bolted onto its sides. Most ironclads are built by seafaring dwarves who turn their remarkable knack for metallurgy and engineering to the construction of these warships.
Colossal vehicle; Seaworthiness –2; Shiphandling –4; Speed wind × 10 ft.
or oars 10 ft. (poor); Overall AC –3; Hull sections 72 (sink
18 sections); Section hp 150 (hardness 10); Section AC 3;Rigging Sections 1; Rigging hp 60 (hardness 0), AC 1;Ram 6d6; Mounts 8 light, 2 heavy, ram; Space 80 ft. by
30 ft.; Height 15 ft. (draft 15 ft.); Complement 120; Watch
5 plus 60 rowers; Cargo 20 tons; Cost 50,000 gp.
The pinnace is a small, two-masted sailing vessel. It’s sturdy
enough to undertake long open-water voyages and handy enough to use close to shore. A pinnace is fully decked, but its stern castle is hardly worthy of the name; it’s little more than a cramped cabin.
Gargantuan vehicle; Seaworthiness +2; Ship-
handling +2; Speed wind × 30 ft. or oars 5 ft. (good); Overall
AC 1; Hull sections 4 (sink 1 section); Section hp 50 (hardness 5); Section AC 3; Rigging Sections 2; Rigging hp 60 (hardness 0), AC 1; Ram 3d6; Mounts 2 light; Space 30 ft. by 10 ft.; Height 10 ft. (draft 5 ft.); Complement 15; Watch 3 plus 8 rowers; Cargo 30 tons (Speed wind × 20 ft.if 15 tons or more); Cost 4,500 gp.
Two Electricity Cannons.