- Jan 9, 2010
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great article.The first in an eight-part series is now posted.
Please alert me if you encounter any errors.
Good point, glad you reminded me Enrico. I have the original version in ASL Annual 90. I will mention it in the endnotes.may be a word about the Jim Stahler's great work "eight steps to ASL" is lacking.
Some learned the game one small bite at time, following the instructions of that article appeared in a General.
Thanks for the feedback Blair.Enjoyed reading the first article. I have heard many players say that it is hard for them to remember the differences between SK and ASL and I think the problem is that people lump everything in together. If you have your Starter Kit stuff, and that includes Charts and Vehicle Notes, separate from your regular ASL trove you don't have to constantly puzzle out what is and is not included. When you're playing at the SK level use just what's in the box. You want to dm a SW, well, you don't have a counter for it in SK so you can't do it. Wondering about Concealment? You don't have any of those either. Fire lanes? Ditto.
I didn't know that. I will put together a pdf of the original version, and make it available for download on Sitrep.I have no idea, but I'm pretty sure that it was free and available for the download on the MMP site years ago.
It was here: http://web.archive.org/web/20090122205207/http://multimanpublishing.com/ASL/articles.phpI have no idea, but I'm pretty sure that it was free and available for the download on the MMP site years ago.
great job Chris
good insights and observations
in the end, it has to be about getting new players into the system
Thanks for reading guys.Thanks Chris!
Read both and enjoyed doing so.