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Ive just posted a Ship roster / Fleet builder on here.
Pending approval, ill add a link when it comes in.

Its in excel.
Is programmed to use Option 3 standards.
But it can be used for option 1 and 2, just ignore the red numbers that may light up.

Every race has its own page. Pirates have been left out until they have more models.
The first page is a comparison page showing the current tally of any races in the builder.

You can use it to track all of your races that you own, as I intend to.
And you can also use it on game night for you and your opponents to set up your fleets.

The first pages info will show you how many of what group ships, at how many points, and at what % for each army. So it is a quick look see to make sure everyone is good.

On each race page there are the following areas of importance:
Dark blue: Current game point value max
Light blue: Points left for build
Yellow: Current quantity of ships in the build
Green: Your current count of models you have available for each entry.

First you enter how many of what models you have in the green area.
Then your max points available in the dark blue.

Using the yellow column, enter in how many ships you want of a particular class.

The available column will show you how many you have of that class left to pick.
It will adjust as you add ships, and if you go out of the bounds the number will turn red.
Ie, to many variants compared to standards in a group, or to many of a Special Class in a given size battle.
Across the top, if you breach the 50% max for a group, it will turn red.

If anyone has the stats for the ships in bold Id appreciate the info so I can update it.

If Ive made any errors, please let me know.

Any feedback appreciated.

J.R.

Ps, one final note. To the right of the green on hand column are two columns marked "# in Box" and "Starter box"
These are the number of models for that entry that come in a retail box. The starter column being the starter fleet box. The # in box column being the smaller model packs.
Figured this would help when figuring out how many of what ships you might want to buy.
 
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