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Mike Young
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I keep seeing folks say they are playing with the Rader maps. Where are these, and what difference is there?
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I am not sure but I think they are talking about the set of maps that Matrix games put out with their computerized version of World in Flames. I have forgotten how many were in the set I think it was over a dozen sections that covered the whole world in the same scale of hexes. I might be wrong but that is the only thing I can think of.
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The credits for Fatal Alliances 2 lists Andrew Rader but those maps are with WW1 features and don't have the Asian/Pacific maps. I will ask on yahoo group.
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IIRC, Andrew has worked with the maps to change the off-map boxes (and the interrelationship between them) - those are on the Rader maps. I don't remember precisely, but they may also include the dashed-line seazones (which cost zero movement points to go across) and a couple of other featurs that are on the new Fatal Alliances maps.

edit: As for where they are, I believe people have printed their own copies. They certainly aren't for sale.
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