1970's Miniature Wargame booklet
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Post Posted: Tue Feb 07, 2017 11:34 pm 
 

Looking for any information on this:
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The author is Michael F. Korns and published by Limpex.

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Post Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2017 10:46 am 
 

Not worth much; wargaming has devolved to microniche.
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Korns' biggie is below, commonly just called "Korns' Rules".
Worth finding if original, but beware raw unformatted text dumped onto pages and sold by unscrupulous internet reprinters.


The modern war in miniature; a statistical analysis of the period 1939 to 1945
by Michael F. Korns
Lawrence, Kansas, M & J Independent Research Co. [1966]
83 page paperback, digest-sized

Innovations in this 1966 work:

Individual characters
Non-historical miniatures
Hit points, defense class, variable weapon damage
Hit location
Hidden move
Specialists (e.g. snipers)
Polyhedra


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Post Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2017 10:57 am 
 

ExTSR wrote in 1970's Miniature Wargame booklet:Not worth much; wargaming has devolved to microniche.
For more info:

Tome of Treasures :: View topic - SUTC Catalog

Korns' biggie is below, commonly just called "Korns' Rules".
Worth finding if original, but beware raw unformatted text dumped onto pages and sold by unscrupulous internet reprinters.


The modern war in miniature; a statistical analysis of the period 1939 to 1945
by Michael F. Korns
Lawrence, Kansas, M & J Independent Research Co. [1966]
83 page paperback, digest-sized

Innovations in this 1966 work:

Individual characters
Non-historical miniatures
Hit points, defense class, variable weapon damage
Hit location
Hidden move
Specialists (e.g. snipers)
Polyhedra


Thanks Frank! In doing my research, that's the only thing I've really been able to find at all. I thought I had hit a home run with this find, but it looks like maybe it was just a very short ground ball.

  
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