Dispatches from the Bunker #50
or to see your play details)
Hard to believe but after 23 years of serving the greater ASL Community we have made it to Issue #50! In this new PDF issue we have four scenarios for your ASL enjoyment. Carl Nogueira takes a break from his Tactical Tips to 'Decode Dinant' and Scott Rezak continues Line Chatter. We have a review of the Tussle in the Tundra tourney and a preview of the Albany and Nor'easter tournaments, along with our usual features.
Articles and Resources:
|Line Chatter||Todd Rezack||Rules and Strategy||5|
|Decoding Dinant or, how to be drafted into a design team||Carl Nogueira||Analysis||10-19|
|Dispatch #50 Scenarios-Summaries||Vic Provost||Review||Backpage|
|DB155: Fury On The Logging Trail||0||3||6.00||Along the Logging Trail near Hill 700, Bougainville||PTO||Japanese||American||4.7 hrs||Balanced||3%|
|DB156: To The Neman||0||28||4.86||On the Outskirts of Alytus, Lithuania||ETO||Russian||German||3.5 hrs||Balanced||30%|
|DB157: Morning Massacre||0||10||7.15||Corbiel, France||WTO||German||American||5.9 hrs||59% American||11%|
|DB158: A Stalinesque Christmas||0||3||7.00||Northern District Krasny Oktyabr, Stalingrad||ETO||Russian||German||3.5 hrs||Balanced||3%|
* Popularity is the sum of Roar and Archive reported playings based as a percentage of the parent publication's total games.
(Dark) grey rows indicate Night scenarios.
Median length of scenarios: 4.1hrs
Average rating of scenarios: 6.25
Total playing time: 17.6hrs