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Old 14-01-2005, 14:15:54   #1
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I am going to spend the day at an ASL tourneyment

I hope I still remember the rules (haven't played in a year).

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I haven't played since the 80's.
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I assumed Avalon Hill's (Advanced) Squad Leader boardgame.
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Old 14-01-2005, 14:19:39   #5
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I read it as ALS

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Old 14-01-2005, 14:37:46   #8
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Well the internet can teach you that all cheerleaders are also lesbians. Try google for confirmation.
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Old 14-01-2005, 15:44:10   #11
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Some nasty child trade springing up in the aftermath of the Tsunami.

It was already a problem, now its a boom market.
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Old 15-01-2005, 18:05:34   #14
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I won one, and lost two

I think I am going back for another game this evening

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Old 16-01-2005, 02:39:25   #15
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overall

2-2

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Old 16-01-2005, 16:01:07   #16
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I remember those games taking a week to play.

Ah, the good old days when I had whole weeks of time with nothing to do.
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Old 16-01-2005, 16:37:46   #17
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if you play one that is ~7 turns with about ~20 peices per side and ~1 board it takes ~4 hours

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Old 16-01-2005, 20:57:31   #18
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Old 16-01-2005, 21:37:52   #19
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I thought it was ASshoLe...

Ah, good old Squad Leader - the boardgame precursor to Combat Mission...
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Old 17-01-2005, 05:55:27   #20
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overall

2-2

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Which scenarios did you play?
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Old 17-01-2005, 07:35:25   #21
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One out of the brandnew journal (#6)

One from dispatches from the bunker. (a thing put out by people from boston) - this was definitely the last game

the other two I don't remember where they came from (I think the two I sorta named were the ones I won)

I could look up the one from journal 6

the peopel I played against picked out a selection of scenarios to play from (since I didn't bring my stuff), than I got to pick sides

teh first one I was Brits trying to keep the germans from crossing the map (I think bewildered was in the title) - I lost this one (I had two PIATs and a HIP smallish AT gun, he just had to get his 12 or 17 points across the board (I think 45?) and had two tanks (one panther) and some elite infantry (I ended up not really guarding the way he went...))

second I was ??? trying to keep russians from taking the village - lost this one (don't remember the board right now, I was suppose to hold some buildings and the russians came from off board, I had a pill box, a trench, an AT gun, and some sort of small french vehicle (captured))

third I won, was playing New Zealanders agaist German, I had 3 tanks (which were mostly good at shooting smoke) and some elite squads, my opponents squads were also elite (I ended up rolling 8 snake-eyes throughout the game)

In this game my OBA destroyed half his force (to show how lucky I was)

4th time I was defending again, italians were attacking

anyways, the fourth one I think was the 40 and 42, my opponent had 5 tanks without radios (only two of them had a real main armanent) and I had two AT guns, also my squads were green and 1st line while he had two elites (and the rest were first line)

I ended up winiing, and I think that time the dice were a little less in my favor (but still in my favor)

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Old 17-01-2005, 07:41:36   #22
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One out of journal 6 was game three. It was the one played on a highly modified board 10. And they weren't tanks, but Armored cars (Staghounds).

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Old 17-01-2005, 07:52:15   #23
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what is weird is that I remember what happened for game two

I remember the basic layout of the map

I remember where his attack was

I can remember how my defense was (and its weaknesses)

but I can't remember the board numbers, or even exactly what side I played (I keep leaning towards second string germans...)

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Old 17-01-2005, 07:55:32   #24
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I remember one Greek vs Italian scenario. I rolled up at least 6 Italian heroes. Too bad my tactics sucked so bad that the Greeks still won. A friend and I were playing every scenario in chronological order with him being allied and me axis. I remember getting royally kicked in 'Half a Chance' as well (the Italians are supposed to be able to win that one).
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Old 17-01-2005, 18:03:30   #25
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You have played a lot more scenarios than I. I only have the ones from the standard games, plus a couple of historical modules (And two journals). Most everyone is bored of those scenarios, and so I play ones they have from other sources.

How big was the scenario to roll up 6 heroes? Also, it is really hard to do anything with italians because of their 6 moral.

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Old 17-01-2005, 18:43:23   #26
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