- Nov 7, 2007
- Reaction score
- Eau Claire, Wi
A few recent threads have gotten me thinking about truisms of ASL play and how they relate to Murphy's Laws of Combat. For the few of you that may not know of Murphy's Laws of Combat, these are truisms of military service as seen through the eyes of the average "Joe". As varied as scenarios and our cardboard confrontations are there are always a few things that always naturally seem to hold true as our "unwritten rules". I'll start out with a few here but feel free to add two or three to the list (don't over-do it, leave some for others). It's my hope we can generate a pretty interesting list.
- The one rule you knew for sure over the years has been revealed by Klas to be completely interpreted wrong.
- A sniper attack against a stack will always select your leader on a RS DR.
- If you're wondering where that rocket OBA will drift; it'll drift into your lines.