In Contact

Published by: In Contact. January 1990
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ASLers Bill Conner, Daryl Burke and Pierce Ostrander founded the “ASL Players Association” in 1989 and created for it an ASL newsletter, In Contact, which debuted at Origins in the summer of 1989. In Contact was very possibly the first newsletter published specifically for ASL (On All Fronts predated it, but started as a Squad Leader newsletter). There were only two issues - each containing 6 scenarios. They were later reprinted in MMP’s Out of the Attic.

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IC 1: The Road to St. Lô03 Martinville Ridge, FranceWTOGermanAmerican3.5 hrs75% American2%
IC 2: Skirmish in the Snow04 An outpost of the 297th Division, south of Stalingrad, USSRETORussianGerman3.9 hrsUnknown2%
IC 3: Waiting For Fredendall01 Djebel Lessouds, TunisiaDTOGermanBritish4.1 hrsUnknown1%
IC 4: Hell On Wheels03 Near Chevry, FranceWTOAmericanGerman2.4 hrsUnknown2%
IC 5: Broich Bash029 5.00Broich, Germany WTOAmericanGerman3.2 hrs59% German17%
IC 6: Rear Area Defenders03 Hazebrouck, FranceETOGermanBritish5.3 hrsUnknown2%
IC 7: Mounted Extraction012 North of Plavy, USSRETOGermanRussian4 hrsUnknown7%
IC 8: Celles Melee019 East of Celles, BelgiumWTOAmericanGerman6 hrs68% German11%
IC 9: A Parting Blow09 Casa Del Priolo, Sicily, ItalyMTOGermanAmerican14.7 hrsUnknown5%
IC 10: Tyranny's End014 Southern FranceMTOGermanAmerican4.5 hrsUnknown8%
IC 11: Monty's Mess064 6.00Arnhem, The NetherlandsWTOGerman (SS)British4 hrs100% British37%
IC 12: Crocodile Rock012 5.00Bergen, GermanyWTOBritishGerman4.9 hrs100% British7%

 * 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: 4.05hrs

Average rating of scenarios: 5.33

Total playing time: 60.5hrs

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