Xavier has confirmed that the Epic Korean module featuring two campaign games should be arriving here at or around the 20th of December. You can still get this product for another couple of weeks at the pre-order discounted price. Note that you do not have to pay anything now. You will get an invoice when we are within a week of shipping.
The largest CG released to date by George at LCP. Looking at these awesome photos, this is going to be a great one. At $60 shipping included, it looks like a great buy. Ships December.
Another 6 small playable scenarios from George at LCP. Don’t forget to pick up the original Quick 6 if you don’t already have it.
|Q7 – Direct Pressure: Lessay-Periers Highway, France, 25 July 1944; Game Length: 6 Turns, Americans: 10½ Squads, 3x Leaders, 4x Machine-guns, 3x 60mm mortars vs. Germans 5x Squads, 2x Leaders, 2x Machine-guns, 81mm Mortar, and fortifications; Estimated Playing Time: 2 hours 41 minutesQ8 – New and Untested: Kursenai Bridgehead, East Prussia, 3 October 1944; Game Length: 6 Turns, Germans: 12x Squads, 3x Leaders, 4x Machine-guns vs. Russians 11x Squads, 3x Leaders, 7x Machine-guns; Estimated Playing Time 3 hours 11 minutes
Q9 – Long Day of Confusion: St. Contest, France, 7 July 1944; Game Length: 6 Turns; British: 12x Squads, 3x Leaders, 5x Machine-guns, 2x 2″ Mortars, 2x PIAT vs. SS-Germans: 5x Squads, 2x Leaders, Machine-Gun, 75mm Infantry Gun; Estimated Playing Time: 2 hours 38 minutes
Q10 – Most Important Thing: Narva, Russia, 1 March 1944; Game Length: 5½ Turns; Russians: 16x Squads, 3x Leaders, 5x Machine-guns, 2x DC vs. SS-Germans: 5x Squads, 2x Leaders, 2x Machine-guns, fortifications; Estimated Playing Time: 2 hours 34 minutes
Q11 – Demented with Grief: Lebisey, France, 8 July 1944; Game Length: 6 Turns; British: 10x Squads, 3x Leaders, 2x Machine-guns, 2x 2″ Mortars, PIAT vs. Germans: 8x Squads, 3x Leaders, 2x Machine-guns, fortifications; Estimated Playing Time: 2 hours 34 minutes
Q12 – Unfamiliar Land: Nizhe, Russia, 25 November 1942; Game Length: 5½ Turns; Germans: 11x Squads, 3x Leaders, 3x Machine-guns, 2x 50mm Mortars vs. Russians: 8x Squads, Crew, 2x Leaders, 4x Machine-guns; Estimated Playing Time: 2 hours 25 minutes
|Each scenario is played on half a map board with a handful of counters per each side; these scenarios are fast, with limited SSR, to ensure minimum set up time and maximum game time.|
Luanne at MMP tells me that FKaC should be available around mid-January 2020. We should be shipping shortly after that. Our pre-order price matches MMP but saves you $10+ on shipping.
Where The Iron Crosses Grow Team Tournament 2020
Actual film footage from our tournament last year.
‘Where the Iron Crosses Grow’ Team Tournament
Tim Brieaddy and I will be hosting the 6th Annual ‘Where the Iron Crosses Grow’ ASL Team Tournament. It will be held March 19th – 22nd, 2020. World renowned as being the best and oldest ASL Team Tournament in the entire Kernersville, NC Area.
Spirit Of The Event: This event is held for fun. Make friends, laugh, smoke a cigar while sipping whiskey on the back deck. 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.
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: 918 Maxine St. Kernersville, NC. 27284.
When: Friday March 19th–Sunday March 22nd, 2020 (open play begins Thursday but the tournament begins Saturday)
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. It is a great time to dive into something new that you have always wanted to try as there is a good chance that the actual designer of the scenario is in attendance.
Prizes: Too many to mention. Plus some participation awards so everyone feels like a winner.
Limited Space and Availability: There are only 20 spots total for this event so register early and we ar
- Tim Brieaddy
- Ray Woloszyn
- Ken Knott
- Jack Daniels
- Andy Hershey
- Dave Johansen
- Keith Spurlock
- Steve Swan (R)
- Robert Hammond (U)
- John Dober
- Jeff Jordan (T)
- Gary Bartlett
- Mika Harvialla
- Kevin Conelly
- Tom Kearney (B)
- Mike Rickman
- Lindsey Murillo (B)
- Tim Dean b
- Sam Tyson
- Xavier Vitry
- Derek Ritter (Spoiler)
Derek Ritter 336-462-4035 or E-mail
On the way to the front lines:
I honestly can not remember a time when so many great products were coming out in such a short period of time as now. It is as if ASL has geared up to war-time production. Until recently, a new player could not play the Italians (LFT14), the French (CDG), and the British (FKaC). Add to it the release of a huge Korean War module (Fight For Seoul), The Battle of Konigsberg, and the updated Onslaught to Orsha. Such a great time to be in the hobby.
Nov. 2019 Quick 6 II (LCP)
Dec. 2019 Fight For Seoul (LFT)
Dec. 2019 Konigsberg (LCP)
Jan. 2020 For King and Country (MMP)
Jan. 2020 Croix De Guere (MMP)
2020 Onslaught to Orsha (BFP)
2020 Rat Charts v3 (LFT)