Scenario Choices

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Scenario Choices

Postby Dear Leader » Sat Apr 03, 2010 10:01 pm

Scenario Choices?
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Re: Scenario Choices

Postby Randym » Mon Apr 05, 2010 2:44 pm

I would like to build upon the lessons learned (PTO, caves, landing craft) in the last meet. Suggestions would include Gavutu-Tanambogo from the Annual, or ASL 74 again (even switching sides, or not, depending on preferences). I love the maps Dennis brought. PTO?
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Re: Scenario Choices

Postby Dear Leader » Tue Apr 13, 2010 2:55 pm

Just a note for SK players or other potential ASL players visiting our site:

With the arrival of my ASLSK expansion pack I now have all published SK material in a single, punched kit available for all future meets. This includes copies of all official "Snn" -type scenarios published by MMP as well as the winners of the SK scenario design contest.

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Re: Scenario Choices

Postby Koz » Fri Apr 16, 2010 4:02 pm

I insert my usual request for play testing. Sonce La Petite Ferme was so broken, I would recommend Point 89 again.

Also, If anyone is willing to try another shot at Le Carillion, I would love to give a go as the Americans. I have a VASL German defense set up as well if that route would go easier.

PTO is also good. I like PTO. =)
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Re: Scenario Choices

Postby drchilds » Wed Apr 21, 2010 1:35 pm

AP6 just showed up at the Hacienda. I haven't played anything out of it yet, anyone up for something from this?
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Re: Scenario Choices

Postby Keith Collins » Wed Apr 21, 2010 8:19 pm

I'm in but it will have to be a short one.

I'm most likely going to have to scoot around 2-3 possibly later depending.

I'll have the youngster along and kid sitting has been arranged for part of my stay I will still be subject to interruptions.

So, if any of you wants to play me (and work on your patience) will be glad to do something small.

I suggest ASL 51 The Taking of Takrouna

8 turns, 8 Brit squads vs 13 Italians all infantry DTO on 1/2 of board 25 with no complex DTO rules to worry about

Plus I'll have my play fast hat on/

Any takers?
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Re: Scenario Choices

Postby Randym » Mon Apr 26, 2010 5:34 pm

No takers for PTO? Bueller? Anyone?

I would also be up for WO2 - Failure to Communicate (France, 1940) if someone wants to do some early war stuff.
5 German tin cans plus infantry vs. an assortment of French.
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Re: Scenario Choices

Postby Keith Collins » Tue Apr 27, 2010 11:21 am

Randy,

With regards to PTO I'd love to play another beach landing scenario to reinforce all the rules learning we did last meet. My (admittedly self serving) vote is for us to play another PTO/beach landing scenario such as ASL 073 Hell or High Water or ASL 074 Bloody Red Beach (again!) on one of the wonderful maps Denis provided, at the June DWAC meet. The reason being is that I'm under a time constraint for the May DWAC meet so can't comitt to a long complex scenario.

Put me in the back up category for playing WO2 Failure to Communicate. I've already played 2-3 turns of it in a playtest version last year and given that we've played together in the same scenario for the last 4 DWAC meets I'd like to defer for a different opponent if the opportunity arrises (for no other reason than variety, I always enjoy our games). But if no one takes you up on the challange I'll take you on.
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Re: Scenario Choices

Postby Randym » Tue Apr 27, 2010 2:11 pm

Keith,

Understand. I would love to do PTO at the June meet. Haven't played either of the WO scenarios, but always like early war stuff and especially anything French. I have Failure to Communicate pulled and bagged, so will bring it as a back up.
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Re: Scenario Choices

Postby Keith Collins » Wed Apr 28, 2010 12:30 pm

Koz,

Any of your playtests short, small & simple?
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