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We've played a couple of these scenarios lately and have enjoyed them. We had never played a DASL scenario before, so its a new experience for us. I wonder if there is any errata for this pack. We have a question about the scenario we're playing, but can't find if any errata exist. Not at the game right now and can't remember the scenario#.. LOL Will get back with the # later..
 

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We've played a couple of these scenarios lately and have enjoyed them. We had never played a DASL scenario before, so its a new experience for us. I wonder if there is any errata for this pack. We have a question about the scenario we're playing, but can't find if any errata exist. Not at the game right now and can't remember the scenario#.. LOL Will get back with the # later..
LFT's website has their errata there. If there is some, you should be able to locate it there.
 

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Thus far here are the known errata of the pack:

- There is an error with the OOB for FT 202. There should have been 6, not 3, Japanese 3-3-6 squads.
- In FT 203 (Hara Kiri Gulch), setup instructions for the US should read "set up on board (d6) on or west of hexrow C and/or on board (d2) on or west of hexrow M"
- In FT 204 (Fear Naught), the factors of the A13 MkII are wrong. The A13 MkII should have red 16 MP and armor factors of 3/2.

Here is the link: http://www.lefranctireur.org/spip.php?article116

Cheers,

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Thanks guys, no errata on our scenario. It's FT 201 and the question is this, in the OOB the Ghurkas are given one 51mm MTR. In the SSR, it says the Ghurka mortars have WP6. The plural in the SSR made us wonder if there should have been 2 or more mortars. Not really a big deal, just the plural was confusing..
 

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Thanks guys, no errata on our scenario. It's FT 201 and the question is this, in the OOB the Ghurkas are given one 51mm MTR. In the SSR, it says the Ghurka mortars have WP6. The plural in the SSR made us wonder if there should have been 2 or more mortars. Not really a big deal, just the plural was confusing..
I see. I would be willing to guess an earlier iteration of the scenario probably did have 2 mortars for the Ghurka's and pt determined one was better, but that is only a guess. Obviously X would be the man to speak to it.
 

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Originally there were three Mortars and the EC were very dry (think desert like conditions around Mekitilla at that time). This tended to set the whole board alight.
 

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Originally there were three Mortars and the EC were very dry (think desert like conditions around Mekitilla at that time). This tended to set the whole board alight.
Thanks Vinnie. Good scenario !!
 

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Looking at the photo on the LFT site, it seems that some building edges are quite fuzzy (perhaps to give the 3D effect someone mentioned?). Any problems stringing LOS on such a fuzzy graphic?

Is there any technical reason why boards cannot be printed with an extra 1/8" all around, so there is no issue with trying to register exactly half a center dot on the edge? And if the paper were cut a bit short, the dot would probably still be there. Or the adjacent board would still have a whole dot.
 
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