From The Cellar Pack#10

Published by: Le Franc Tireur. May 2021
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Welcome to “Sand & Snow” a themed HASL issue of From the Cellar, which examines two critical battles that the United States Marine Corps fought in WW2 and in Korea. The two battles (Tarawa and Toktong Pass) that this pack looks at could not be more different in geography, weather and enemy capabilities. As an ASL player you will have to adapt to the changing conditions just as the Marines who participated in these battles had to do.

In order to play the scenarios in FTC 10, you will need the map of "Blood Reef Tarawa", as well as its non-official extension, downloadable at La Franc Tireur website. Four Korea scenarios are playable on the included "Fox Hill" historic map.

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Board: Fox Hill HASL

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FT294: Cannonball & Company’s Run00 Betio, Tarawa Atoll, Gilbert IslandPTOAmerican (USMC)Japanese0.8 hrsUnknown0%
FT295: A Toe Hold on Red Beach 300 Betio, Tarawa Atoll, Gilbert IslandPTOAmerican (USMC)Japanese100% American (USMC)0%
FT296: “Go Get Your Feet Wet, Boys!”00 Betio, Tarawa atoll, Gilbert IslandPTOJapaneseAmerican (USMC)2.1 hrsUnknown0%
FT297: “Black Beach Rendez-Vous”01 4.00Betio, Tarawa atoll, Gilbert IslandPTOJapaneseAmerican (USMC)5 hrs100% Japanese6%
FT298: Finishing off the Tailenders00 Betio, Tarawa atoll, Gilbert IslandsPTOJapaneseAmerican (USMC)Unknown0%
FT299: The Pocket00 Betio, Tarawa atoll, Gilbert IslandsPTOAmerican (USMC)JapaneseUnknown0%
FT300: Fox in the Cold03 7.60Toktong Pass, North KoreaKWRed ChineseAmerican (USMC)11.5 hrs57% Red Chinese19%
FT301: Chinese Machinations01 9.00Toktong Pass, North KoreaKWRed ChineseAmerican (USMC)10.9 hrs100% American (USMC)6%
FT302: “We Will Hold”01 9.00Toktong Pass, North KoreaKWRed ChineseAmerican (USMC)100% American (USMC)6%
FT303: Ridgeline Rendez-Vous02 9.00Toktong Pass, North KoreaKWAmerican (USMC)Red Chinese4.8 hrsBalanced13%

 * 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: 4.9hrs

Average rating of scenarios: 7.72

Total playing time: 35.1hrs

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