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ASL-Players.net is a site promoting the classic World War 2 historical wargame Advanced Squad Leader (ASL). Here you’ll find 210,385 words, 1,647 images, and 335 articles/videos dedicated to covering history, AARs, product overviews, and rule tutorials to assist ASL players of all experience levels. ASL still has an active player community 45 years after the release of the original Squad Leader. And be sure to check out our VASL Scenario Creator and VASL Notes Creator! Join us!

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ASL Weekly Poll #18

Primarily for SK players: Would you be interested in a Starter Kit expansion that adds optional rules that allow you to play many full ASL scenarios...

ASL AAR: Far From Home (AP53)

The fighting raged throughout the day, with neither side able to secure a decisive advantage. As darkness fell, the Nationalists withdrew to regroup.

ASL Weekly Poll #17

What's the hardest core (not optional) ruleset to fully grasp? If it's not on the list, post a comment.
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MMP Roundtable Discussion #2

Learn what's upcoming in the ASL world from the source itself as well as a discussion on the finer details of routing.

ASL Weekly Poll #16

What's your favorite type of game to play other than ASL...?

ASL Map Spotlight: Sugar Loaf Hill, Okinawa

The village of Orsogna, perched on a ridge overlooking the Moro River, became the focal point of a relentless struggle.
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Favorite Theater of Operations?

What's your favorite ASL theater of operations?

ASL AAR: Half A Chance (56)

The terrain at Bir El Gubi was a harsh, unforgiving expanse of desert, which presented both an obstacle and an opportunity for the combatants.

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