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Subject: Keeping Track of Tonnage/Ships Sunk rss

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Tom McCarthy
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Finally started playing my first campaign and I realized I had a really stupid question (or questions):

All of the ship tonnages are in multiples of 1000. So a ship that reads 1t is really 1000 tons. You're supposed to use the chart on the map to keep track of how much tonnage has been sunk so far. Since there is only one "x1000 tons" counter, how would you keep track of say 275,000 tons sunk Using the x1000 x1000 and x1 counters provided?

I've been using a separate sheet to keep track of this so far.
 
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Jim Cote
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Like you said, everything is x1000, so 275,000 tons is 275 on the chart.

2 x100, 7 x10, 5 x1
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Andrzej Fiett
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In your example:
[TONS x 100] counter in "200" space in the second column from the left;
[TONS x 10] counter in "70" space in the third column from the left;
[TONS x 1] counter in "5" space in the fourth column from the left.

Not that I'm absolutely convinced of this, but it is the way I keep track and it works very well.
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Tom McCarthy
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Thanks for the quick responses. Now it seems obvious!
 
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