ASL AAR: Adolf’s Amateurs (BoF5)
On 1 July, Nord was to make a frontal attack on the Soviet positions in front of Salla. Fires and smoke hampered the German advanced through the forests.
ASL AAR: In Deadly Combat (J187)
John and I played Journal 12’s J187 In Deadly Combat from the deadly designers Mazzei & Struiff. This one has a horde of Russians with T-28s attacking the poor Germans defending a village in December 1941
ASL AAR: Aiding the Local Constabulary (J164)
We all agreed, once the scenario had wrapped up, that 3 players was incredibly fun and offers a new ASL play experience to players who have used the system for years and decades.
ASL Live Stream: Aiding the Local Constabulary (J164)
Purpose designed three player scenarios are rare in Advanced Squad Leader. Almost any scenario can be adapted to be multi-player where one player takes control of the armor of the side he’s playing on, or takes control of reinforcements coming on board.
ASL AAR: ANZAC Boys (AP161)
For this scenario we dive into Action Pack #16, and play ANZAC Boys, a scenario where the Commonwealth ANZACs try to repulse the invading Germans on the island of Crete during Operation Merkur (Mercury).
ASL AAR: Blazin’ Chariots (35)
The 4th Armored Brigade, probing northeast of Gabr Saleh, was driving a German recon unit before it. The Afrika Korps at last reacted, quickly forming several units of the 21st Panzer Division into Kampfgruppe Stephan.
Stew’s Replays: Bridge to Nowhere (54)
AAR by: Stephen “Stew” Stewart Stew’s Replays: Bridge to Nowhere (54) Here's the historical situation: Date: August 12, 1941 Location: Yasnaya Polyana, Ukraine Attacker: Italian (1º Battaglione, 80º "Roma" Reggimento Fanteria) Defender: Russian (Soviet 9th Army) In July 1941 Mussolini sent the 62,000-strong CSIR (Italian Expeditionary Corps) to the Eastern Front. Its three divisions and attached troops linked up with the Wehrmacht in Romania, where...
ASL AAR: Shklov’s Labors Lost (T4)
AAR by: John Knowles Advanced Squad Leader AAR: Shklov's Labors Lost (T4) Here's the historical situation: Date: July 11, 1941 Location: Shklov, Russia Attacker: German (Elements of Infantry Regiment Grossdeutschland) Defender: Russian (“Stalin Scholars” Officer Cadet Unit) In the town of Shklov, the German advance was frustrated by the determined defense of a handful of young Soviets. Skillfully using every advantage, the young officer cadets, known...
Setup Analysis of Released from the East (S6)
AAR by: Stephen “Stew” Stewart Stew's Replays: Setup Analysis of Released from the East (S6) Here's the historical situation: Date: December 11, 1941 Location: Istra, Russia Attacker: Russian (9th Guards Infantry Division) Defender: German (SS) (2nd SS Division "Das Reich") As the drive on Moscow slowed due to supply problems and general winter, STAVKA was given time to deploy fresh troops from other fronts. The...
Stew’s Replays: Fighting Withdrawal (1)
AAR by: Stephen Stewart Stew's Replays: Fighting Withdrawal (1) Here's the historical situation: Date: September 2, 1941 Location: Sestroretsk Road, Terijoki, Finland Attacker: Finnish (Elements of 1st Parachute Regiment) Defender: Russian (Remnants of 131st Border Battalion) The Finns, seeking restitution for the Winter War of 1939, had erupted across the borders and breached the Soviet Karelian front even as the crisis to the south of Leningrad...
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