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Well it’s sorta kinda ASL related a little bit. On turn 11 of my US Ranger CG, it’s 11/42 and my first scenario is an amphibious assult against the Vichy French in Steel Panthers WW2.
 

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I hope you are reading version two with illustrations. The illustrations help a lot.
Yes, the illustrations are a huge help. If more folks read or reviewed this article, perhaps they would be less hesitant about playing the night scenarios.
 

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Ah Ric we'll miss you :(

I just had the most grueling and intense game I've ever played I think, the Texas ASL redo of Streets of Stalingrad.
 

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I just had the most grueling and intense game I've ever played I think, the Texas ASL redo of Streets of Stalingrad.
Do you have the file for the scenario? I downloaded the Banzai newsletter but cannot separate the scenario from the rest of it.
 

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Got my Normandie pack from LCP and clipped the counters from it already. counters
 

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Sounds good. Who won?
Our Streets of Stalingrad game was a draw. The Germans took the factory (Victory Condition B) and the Russians won Victory Condition A by taking their second German building on the last close combat where both sides simultaneously eliminated each other. The Germans rolled a "2" but were unable to withdraw to another part of the building to maintain control, and the last units in (another part of) the building were a Russian 9-1, squad and half squad.
 

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