The second Annual ‘Where the Iron Crosses Grow’ ASL Team Tournament will be held April 2nd-3rd, 2016. World renowned as being the best and oldest ASL Team Tournament in the entire Kernersville Area.
Spirit Of The Event: This event is held for fun. If you are the type of player that never looks up from the table to make eye contact with your opponent, doesn’t make small talk or tell stories, will only play scenarios that you have mastered, or get’s offended by jokes about Ken’s mom, then you might not have a good time being here and we probably won’t have a good time having you here. Sorry to be so blunt but we take our lack of seriousness very seriously.
Format: Team Tournament. Each team is made up of 1 Veteran, 1 intermediate, and 1 Novice player. Each player plays round-robin games against the other players in their class gaining points for their team.
Location: My house. 918 Maxine St. Kernersville, NC. 27284.
When: Saturday April 2nd – Sunday April 3rd, 2016 (Carnage begins Friday night but the tournament begins Saturday)
Cost: Free (but bring money to pitch in for Pizza)
Accomodations: Ray Woloszyn and I may both have room for travelers to stay with us at our homes (Ray lives in the neighborhood next to mine) unless you are really creepy.
Scenario list: None. Play something that you would like to play not what I would like you to play. All scenarios choices are upon mutual agreement of the players.
Prizes: Too many to mention. Plus some participation awards so everyone feels like a winner.
Limited Space and Availability: There are 12 spots total for this event so register early.
I set up with my halftracks on the right to swing all around his defenses and into the backfield of the victory area, unload and start gobbling up buildings. One Panther is to move HD to take on his M10 in the center of the map. My two PzIV’s will lay down some smoke for my advancing infantry. My two Flame tanks will try to break the nearest squads while the Smoke gives them a little cover.
Turn 1 sees everything unfold pretty much according to plan. 3 US squads break. The halftracks don’t get nearly as far as I’d like because of the ground snow. No significant casualties.
Turn 2 and there are some nasty developments including my HD panther taking an APCR turret hit from the US TD, one PzIV knocked out and another immobilized. Luckily I was able to move a squad adjacent to the TD who stepped outside for the Panzerfaust shot. Smores at the campfire time. Then a baby sniper wounds my 10-2 who bleeds out. The three squads with him have seen enough and break rendering their MMG’s useless for another turn until I can get them motivated to get back into the fight. On a good note, one of my PzIIIFl roasts a squad and starts a flame in the building while the other breaks a squad and 9-1 leader. The entire right flank is now defenseless and within reach of my mopping up forces for turn 3. If I can bag them, it will bring the casualty count to 1 squad and 1 M10 KIA, 3 squads and a 9-1 leader prisoner. Also of note, his other M10 loads a shell into the breach backwards and malfs the MA.
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It’s that time of year again, when the best of the best congregate in Albany NY for some of the premiere showdowns in the hobby. This year’s event will be held from December 4th to the 6th. Registration is full for the tournament with most of the heavy hitters and famous names on the list. This will be my first time attending the event and am grateful to have Tim Brieaddy with me for the experience and to share the driving.
I just received order 1 of 2 from Chris at Battleschool. In his newsletter from yesterday he said that these dice are almost sold out so this is probably my last stock of these designs for a while. Back in stock are:
ASL turns 30. We have the Russian set and the German set at $25/pair or $44.00 for all 4 dice.
Also in are the starshell dice, French 16mm, Dust Devils, Commonwealth pack 12.5mm, East meets West pack 12.5mm, and the American Airborne trio.
To order, click on BatlleDice in the ASL Store drop down menu for these and other great dice. Don’t forget to apply your 10% coupon to orders over $100 (coupon code: 10%off)