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Flames Of War D-Day Boot Camp: Saturday

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A Battle Royale Approaches...

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On the back two tables where the industrial section of a city that has been left to crumble: chaos brews.

One of the Battlefront Miniatures masterminds Chris is coming up with a group participation game where everyone at the boot camp can jump in with their tanks. The city has already felt the force of tank shells blasting through refineries and houses, can it take anymore?

A Battle Royale Approaches...

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kantor72
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That’s going to be an awesome game across those two industrial tables.

Chris Jensen
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Chris Jensen

Maybe two or three hundred points per side to create some chaos.

olliep
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Drooooool……

lblunchboxlb
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I’m just speechless as to the quality of tables you guys made for this boot camp!

lawnor
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You need a camera mounted on a small drone moving around these boards at mini’s eye level to give us a true civilians eye view. That could be cool.

krowek
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That table looks fantastic. I must back to that game.

Christian Hou
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Christian Hou

that is some amazing scenic terrain, there is going to be some great battles on that.

zorg
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the calm before the storm.

msenli
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Great photo’s!

Matt Cappelli
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Matt Cappelli

That kind of mayhem across factories is going to be amazing

coachjose59
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Show men the tanks!!!

deadhead
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love that table

astralwraith
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just amazed by the terrain

Darren Bird
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That scenery is just too good to blow to bits.

goatberger
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Can’t say it often enough – great tables. All the time you folks invest in getting these set up pay off.

andre77
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The Rumble in the rubble.

jemmy
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The large alley really looks like one in France, with the line of trees in the middle and all that, very wide and not at all crammed.

petey9
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I can’t wait to see what they cook up.

tmon
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City may need to be renovated soon!

Chris B
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The Big One! This is going to be fun.

Fireblarney
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Looking forward to seeing this.

falerox
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Such great tables, they look absolutely amazing.

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