Flames of War are the company level WWII rules being written by Battle Front Miniatures . Here are my suggestions for using the Spanish Blue Division under Flames of War.
Flames of War
Flames of War are the company level WWII rules being written by Battle Front Miniatures – a New Zealand based company of which I’m terribly proud. I like the people and buy their figures. I just don’t like the game.
Broken links on Flames of War
I don’t play Flames of War by Battle Front Miniatures but I do like the figures and I do appreciate and link to their supporting articles on the history of World War II, modelling and painting. The trouble is they occasionally remove articles and a big batch disappeared a couple of years back when they did a big update to their website. Each time that happens the relevant link on my site gets broken. As I went through my site fixing broken links I have put the Battle Front ones here in the hope that one day they’ll resurrect some of them.
Ian Galley’s WW2 Gallery
Thanks to my mate Ian Galley who sent me some photos to liven up my pages. Ian likes Russians so you’ll see a lot of Human Wave shots. By the way, Ian’s figures are based for Flames of War – the dominant WWII rule set in NZ at the moment.
Airborne Troops and Airlandings in Crossfire
Some musing on Airborne Troops and Airlandings in Crossfire. Standard Crossfire doesn’t cover this. The suggestions are based on rules from Rapid Fire with some tweaks from myself and Flames of War.