ASL Journal #3
Multi-Man Publishing (2003)
A View From the Mound - Curt Pontificates
The Norwegian Campaign, April 9th - June 8th, 1940
The French Expeditionary Corps: Victory at Narvik
A Two Month Stint: The Chasseurs de Podhale
HOCH! HOCH! A Solitaire ASL Mission
Slaughterhouse: A Scenario Review of J33
A Case for Infiltration: Japanese Troops and Close Combat
Collect for Output: How the Heck Did That Happen?!?
Anti-Aircraft Guns - Employment and Tactics
Strafer Jones - Air Support Mechanics
Broadway to Prokhorovka: A Kursk Mini-CG
Keep on Truckin' - Truck Transport and ASL
Rules of Engagement - Playing ASL with SASL Guildlines
B9.5 BOCAGE - Historical and ASL Perspective
Comprehensive Deluxe WA Example - Ian Mans the Wall
American Tragedy - The Story Behind the Scenario
First Do No Harm - Designer's Notes for the 2nd Edition ASLRB
ASL Journal 3 - reviewed, View
From the Trenches 38:4
Scenario J38 "Bitter Defense at Otta": Ice rules do not apply.
Scenario J39 "Indeed!" In SSR 2, replace "[EXC: H4-I4]"
with "[EX: H4-I4]".
Scenario J52 "Dress Rehearsal": BPSSRs apply (see page 60).
Scenario J53 "Setting the Stage": BPSSRs apply (see page 60); in Victory
Conditions replace "33G6" with "33GG6"
Scenario J57 "Guards Artillery" In British setup, replace "any
whole hex of board g" with "on board g". (i.e., not on board
f or hexes shared with board f, but half hexes of board g not shared with board
f are OK).
Scenario J60 "Bad Luck": In the Victory Conditions, replace the second
instance of "Germans" with "Americans". Also, scenario design
should be credited to Mike Licari.
"Keep on Truckin'" Page 6,: 3rd column, 2nd paragraph, line 7 and
again line 8: "the Basic TK #" should read as "half of the Basic
"First Do No Harm", Page 78, column 3: delete the entire paragraph
on section B1.16.
"Broadway to Prokhorovka", page 60, BPSSRs: The HS passenger of any
SPW 250/sMG and/or SPW 251/sMG is a 3-4-8; page 61, table 2: chit #4 reinforcements
enter on turn 1, not turn 2; page 61, column 2, Example of CG Play, line 7:
replace "2 fatigue chits" with "1 fatigue chit".
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