What is your favorite(s) Deluxe scenario of all time? 3rd Party or Official MMP/AH

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With the rash of new scenarios and the influx of new boards from both the LFT Deluxe Pack and the MMP WO2018 pack, there is a lot of new interest. Not to mention with the Deluxe 'Pack' on Pre-Order featuring the new boards and scenarios...

What are your favorites of all time?
 

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What recent product had DASL boards in it? Want to set up a scenario against my son on one of them this weekend and don;t know where I've stored them!!
 

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I've only played about a dozen DASL scenarios, most have been fun and I would rank my top 3 as:

Brave Little Emchas
Guryev's Headquarters
Streets Afire

Unfortunately I haven't had a chance to try the longer scenarios from the Module 1, Streets of Fire or To the Last Man, one of the classics.
 

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DASL 7 With Flame And Shell
BC10 Groff's Grief (Really cool Korean War scenario)
DB009 Headhunting For Bloody Huns (Tom Morin Crete para-drop masterpiece from Dispatches and also the Out of the Bunker release from MMP)

In order I would say, DB009, BC10 and then DASL 7, but all are excellent.
 

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DASL 7 With Flame And Shell
BC10 Groff's Grief (Really cool Korean War scenario)
DB009 Headhunting For Bloody Huns (Tom Morin Crete para-drop masterpiece from Dispatches and also the Out of the Bunker release from MMP)

In order I would say, DB009, BC10 and then DASL 7, but all are excellent.
I have to agree with Carl - Headhunting for Bloody Huns is my standout DASL too. It's unusual, a masterpiece of scenario design
 

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DASL A (To the Last Man)
DASL 1 (Guryev's Headquarters)
J124 (Cobra Kings)
ADASL 2 (Last Act in Lorraine)

Are fun
 

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I liked Dew of Death and The Replacements out of the recent WO pack. I have played Back to School a number of times, and I have enjoyed it.

JR
 

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A103 Mayhem in Manila, always an alternate in the ASL Open.
It might be David’s favorite too. First DASL I ever played, with him.

Given my well-known nocturnal predilection, it shouldn't be a big surprise that my favorite is probably Sicilian Midnight, though I have to admit huge personal affection for both Brave Little Emchas and Charging Chaumont, which account for 2/3 wins in my claiming the "sniper girl" plaque in the 2013 Bitter Ender "Shellshock" mini.

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DASL8 “The Schoolhouse.” One of the first games of ASL I ever played (circa 1995) and the first game of DASL. My opponent (roommate) guessed wrongly about LOS and tried to make a sneaky run around the water-tower and a MMG/MMC/Leader roasted a stack with his 9-2 ldr. From then on “the water tower” entered our lexicon as a synonym for bad moves that cost you big.

“Vorsicht vor dem Wasserturm"
 

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