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2015 - The Year of Restructuring 

Hello there Friends and Neighbors, been a while on here hasn't it.  

I am here to tell you that we are all doing well in the Zunis Sector and haven't forgotten you.  Admittedly we have been spending a large amount our focus on other projects, primarily the expansion of the Meleeworld properties.  But more on that in a moment. 

BreitCo Publications has officially changed to BreitCo Media in all departments, although astute readers will know that this has been coming for a while.  Our new focus is no longer simply on publications - as we moved from publishing once before. Henceforth we will offer our services across all media and build our sister brands around this new philosophy.

Planet Zunis has been quiet lately, but far from ignored completely.  Several scripts are in revisions for production, and it is our hope to have these filmed by the summer.  Additionally, distribution negotiations are finally wrapping up with our friends at World of Death and we should be seeing this launch very soon.

Leetamoon FX made great strides this year.  Through some trial and error we successfully created our first busts and made strides in our tailoring, makeup and fabrications.  The greatest efforts this year came at the 2nd Annual Krampus walk in Tulsa, wherein our own Ray Jones was fully formed into the Christmas demon - complete with four-inch hooves!

In the Meleeworld, we saw the release of the Year of the Scenario.  My what a year it was.  Faction Book Valeeria, the Book of Scenarios second edition, the Arbitrator's Compendium, the Arbitrator's Screen and the Melee Live Action Role Playing manuals were all launched.  At Tokyo in Tulsa, the first ever Melee LARP was held with great success.

Overall this has been a great year with a bit of streamlining to improve the way things run around here.  We look forward to a most excellent 2016 and can't wait to share it all with you!




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