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Hi All
I know there were a few published, a Market Garden set in the 91 Annual, a Corregidor one, and just published March Madness one. Think there was a 3 scenario east front one in one of the Journals or AP’s? Any other ones? where?
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The Journals are your best bet. Buy the electronic download pack. You’ll get the Kursk trio, the 1945 German trio and the Line In The Sand trio.
 

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Lone Canuck has a few. The recent GD pack for instance. Also, Blitzkrieg in the West, I think. The HazMo3 pack has a pseudo linked campaign.

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I just got 4 good looking scenarios on Operation Dragoon but they are on disparate dates in different locals so will just release them separately but this whole concept sounds like something I should pursue and come up with one for the PTO, either early on in the Japanese offensive or later in the war when the allies really seek revenge.
 

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LCP have several but names escape me apart from the Blitkrieg ones
 

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Mini-CG's in Journals

Market-Garden A91 Jon Mishcon
Broadway tp Prokhorovka J3 Pete Shelling
A Line in the Sand J5 Pete Shelling
Verdict at Nuremberg J9 Pete Shelling
 
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I love the idea of these, but if not done right, the problem is the balance of subsequent scenarios. We tried to play one and after the first, the second was set to be modified from the printed scenario with one turn shorter (bad for attacker) but then like 8 squads, leaders and sw more for the attacker which seemed ridiculous. Noone would pick that scenario up and say, let's give one side 50% more forces and see how it goes. So we moved on to something else.
 

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Should have more of this. Takes more time to playtest and to develop...I know.

And, standing in the way of this, there seems the greatest interest is in and the demand is for Tournament Style (tm), or at least, tournament compatible, scenarios.
 

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Should have more of this. Takes more time to playtest and to develop...I know.

And, standing in the way of this, there seems the greatest interest is in and the demand is for Tournament Style (tm), or at least, tournament compatible, scenarios.
I believe that used to be the mantra but not so much now with the number of VASL games being played. There is certainly a demand for such scenarios, however, with the ability to rapidly save and pick up a game again at a later date with ease, the longer/larger scenarios are certainly making a strong come-back.
 

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Should have more of this. Takes more time to playtest and to develop...I know.
And, standing in the way of this, there seems the greatest interest is in and the demand is for Tournament Style (tm), or at least, tournament compatible, scenarios.
yes the problem is .. You have to balance it BOTH ways ---- as individual scenarios, and as a CG-- with all of the little 'add-ins'.
 

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Only because no one other than playtesters and the people who submitted the scenarios have played any yet.
(We want ASL Journal 14, and we want it now!)
 

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Only because no one other than playtesters and the people who submitted the scenarios have played any yet.
(We want ASL Journal 14, and we want it now!)
I thought the same until I saw that he wrote AP14
 

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Updated Mini-CG's in Journals

Market-Garden A91 Jon Mishcon
188 (A32) Zon with the Wind
107 (A33) Tettau's Attack
A34 Lash Out
108 (A35) Guards Attack
A36 Oh Veghel
109 (A37) Dreil Team
110 (A38) North Team

Broadway to Prokhorovka J3 Pete Shelling
J52 Dress Rehearsal
J53 Setting the Stage
J54 Showtime

A Line in the Sand J5 Pete Shelling
J79 Rommel's Remedy
J80 Egypt's Last Hope
J81 Twisted Knickers

Verdict at Nuremberg J9 Pete Shelling
J143 Circle of Doom
J144 Three for a Third
J145 Golden Pheasants

AP141 Currie’s Favor AP14 Pete Shelling
AP142 The Closer AP14 Pete Shelling
 
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S47 Not so disposed ASLSK EP1 Ken Dunn
S48 Converging Assaults ASLSK EP1 Ken Dunn

Mini Luneville campaign (From the Cellar #8) Lionel Colin
FT215 Ghostly attack
FT216 Back in Force
FT217 Cavalry Delaying Action
FT218 Taking Luneville

Blitzkrieg in the West - Northern Campaign 1940, pack of 6 linked scenarios (BWN1 to BWN6) - Lone Canuck Publishing
Blitzkrieg in the West - Central Campaign 1940, pack of 6 linked scenarios (BWC7 to BWC12) - Lone Canuck Publishing
 
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