Brandon Fraley
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Hi everyone, I'm working on a set of company-level WWII themed rules for miniatures. The goal is to provide as much evocative tactical flavor and as many weighty decision points as possible into only a few pages. There are recognizable pieces from "Flames Of War" and the one-pager "Fubar", but obviously the way in which both systems (and other influences) are pruned and fused has created a very different experience than either.

Here is the link: http://www.retroboom.com/hail-of-fire.html

I currently have been receiving mostly positive feedback, which is comforting, but I'm trying to get as much visibility as possible for the project and expand the base of feedback I'm receiving.

I've also posted on The Miniatures Page, requesting feedback, at the link here: http://theminiaturespage.com/boards/msg.mv?id=346230

If any of you have any interest in such a game, I'd thoroughly appreciate your feedback and input. Also If anyone has any suggestions of other sites or forums where I can submit these rules for discussion and feedback, please let me know that as well.

Thanks in advance for you help!

-B
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Barry Kendall
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Thanks for sharing! I'll take a look over the weekend.

I'm always in favor of a short but flavorful rules set!
 
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Brandon Fraley
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Hey guys, wanted to stop by and say that the rules have been undated and I'm still looking for feedback. Please take a look and tell me what you think!

Thanks,

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