Pete Phillipps | 20 Jan 20:31 2015
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ASL All Not Quiet On The VFTT Front

Hi Everyone,

	It's a couple of weeks later than planned, but the Jan-Apr issue of
VFTT is out at last, and can be downloaded from the website at
http://www.vftt.co.uk/

	The 2015 Donation Drive is now underway, with a copy of the Heat of
Battle edition of Blood Reef: Tarawa available in the raffle for one lucky
donor! Simply donate at least £5 to be in with a chance of winning. Click
this link (http://www.vftt.co.uk/donors.asp) to see some pics of this rare
item!

	The draw for this will be done at start of March, after the annual
HEROES tournament in Blackpool, as I plan on having it on display there. The
tournament takes place in 6 weeks time, over the weekend of Thu 5 - Sun 8
March, so if you plan on attending now is the time to start making your
plans.
	The scenario list is now up, and the tournament program will be
available to registered attendees in the next couple of days.
	More details can be found here:
	http://www.vftt.co.uk/uktournaments.asp

Pete

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Chris Doary | 13 Jan 04:10 2015

Re: [ASL-Ottawa] Jan 11 AAR

I have put copies of three additional scenarios from AP9 on Dropbox, including AP90, for consideration.

We have a scenario from BnJ tentatively slated for Rd1 (BFP35 Mai Phu).

-cd

On Jan 12, 2015, at 7:43 PM, Doug Rimmer <dougrimmer@...> wrote:

> I would prefer AP90. It feels very much like a scaled down version of AP89, including the HIP rule. In both
scenarios Japanese HIP units amount to one squad equivalent. Adrian’s was on the board by the end of Turn
1 and I suspect an early appearance would be more likely in AP90. So I would not worry about that SSR too much.
>  
> Fewer vehicles, much fewer VC, smaller board, shorter game. I would be happy to playtest with you. And
bearing my comments on my personal play in mind, I would prefer to play the Gurkhas. I like a Gurkha scenario
versus the Japanese. There is just so much CC and the Japanese are not overwhelming winners.
>  
> Doug
>  
> From: Chris Doary [mailto:doary@...] 
> Sent: Monday, January 12, 2015 7:23 PM
> To: Doug Rimmer
> Cc: ASL Mailing List
> Subject: Re: [ASL-Ottawa] Jan 11 AAR
>  
> Hi Doug,
>  
> Thanks for hosting. Appreciate your comments too. I know Adrian isn’t a fan of Fortenberry scenarios.
But I’m glad he gave AP89 a test drive. I have no problem replacing this scenario. That said, I would like
to use something from Action Pack 9. There are a number of obvious non starters (e.g. AP87-88, and AP92).
How do people feel about a seaborne assault (AP83) featuring the Thai, or perhaps AP90 (with a
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Vic Provost | 13 Jan 02:19 2015
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Playtesters wanted for Dispatch #40

Hi guys, the first 2 scenarios for Dispatch #40 are ready for playtesting. Both are tourney sized with no
real heavy lifting for SSRs (Cavalry toward the end of the PTO action is an option) and have been a ton of
Fun in our in house testing. Anyone who volunteers to help and submits a report on how the scenario you
play came out will receive a Free Copy of #40 or an extension if already a subscriber. Just reply with
which you want to try. I need a report back by mid-February.  Thanks as always for whatever help you can
provide, it is much appreciated, Vic. Delay to the Agno - December 1941 Japanese Elite Recon troops on
the attack vs Philippine Scouts Elite Cavalry. 5.5 turns Tournament sized with Cavalry an option for
Philippine exiting. Bd 62 Start Fall Gelb - May 1940 - German Elite & 1st Line troops attacking Elite & 1st
Line Beligium troops with light armor support for both sides. Bd 67.
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Vic Provost | 6 Jan 02:26 2015
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Dispatches from the Bunker January 2015 Update

  Hello to all my ASL Comrades. We are now in full-blown playtest mode on Issue #40, due out I late March or
early April. The first 2 will be ready for outside testing in a week or so, the last 2 by the end of the month,
I'll put out a call for volunteers soon. Here is what we are working on:

Delay to the Agno - Philippines 1941 - Japanese attacker/Philippine defender - Bd 62 - Tourney sized
 Start Fall Gelb - Belgium 1940 - German attacker/Belgium defender - Bd 67 - Tourney sized
 Grave Situation - Yugoslavia 1944 - Partisan attacker/German defender - Bd 54 with Hi8 overlay - Medium
sized at Night
 Prescription for the Kommissar - Stalingrad 1942 - German attacker/Russian defender - RB map - Large slugfest

 We will also have articles by Kedge and Carl Nogueira.

 If you did not receive #39 and think you should have please e-mail
 at aslbunker <at> aol.com 

Re-subscriptions for any current subscriber are $14.00 for a 4 Issue 
re-subscription for all current subscribers. Anyone not a subscriber
who wants in can get a subscription for $15.00.

I'm also offering pdf Back Issues for $3.00 if complete or
 $2.00 if missing content that was re-published by MMP.
 (In that case an informational page was substituted for the
 missing content telling you what MMP publication it appeared in
the affected issues are #01, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08. 10, 13, 16, 17, 
18, 19 & 28). 

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Alain Borel | 1 Jan 20:14 2015
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Happy New Year ASLML!

May your rolls be low!
And let's hope we get Hakkaa Päälle soon :-)

Alain Borel
CH-1022 Chavannes (Switzerland)
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Pete Phillipps | 15 Oct 14:47 2014
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ASL INTENSIVE FIRE 2014

Hi Everyone,

	3 weeks today the first attendees for INTENSIVE FIRE 2014 will be
arriving at the TravelRest Hotel (formerly known as the Kiwi Hotel) in
Bournemouth for the usual weekend of ASL action.

	The scenario list is now available as the VFTT website, and the
tournament program is also available for registered attendees to download.

	If you are planning on attending, simply head to the VFTT website
and click on the 'My Account' button to log in to your account. From there
you can register your attendance, view most of your past tournament results,
and update your personal details.
	If you cannot remember your password enter the email address
receiving this email into the password reminder to receive a copy.

Pete

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Pete Phillipps | 24 Sep 19:55 2014
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ASL INTENSIVE FIRE 2014

Hi Everyone,

	6 weeks today the first attendees for INTENSIVE FIRE 2014 will be
arriving at the Kiwi Hotel in Bournemouth for the usual weekend of ASL
action.

	The scenario list is now available as the VFTT website, and the
tournament program is also available for registered attendees to download.

	If you are planning on attending, simply head to the VFTT website
and click on the 'My Account' button to log in to your account. From there
you can register your attendance, view most of your past tournament results,
and update your personal details.
	If you cannot remember your password enter the email address
receiving this email into the password reminder to receive a copy.

Pete

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beer" - Frederick the Great, 1777   
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Get the latest UK ASL tournament news at
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Vic Provost | 26 Aug 01:57 2014
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Dispatches #39 Update

Hello to all my ASL 
Comrades. We are winding down the playtest 
for 
Dispatches from the Bunker #39 
and it will be ready for 
transmission 
by the end of next month. We'll 
have the usual 4 scenarios and articles 
from Kedge, Chuck Tewksbury and Carl Nogueira.  
  
Here are the 4 scenarios we are working on:

Mopping Up Kobayashi: The latest 
in the long dormant 
Philippines
Series B (Late War) finds 
elements of the 38 Infantry 
Division
catching up with remnants of the 
Kobayashi Group in May 
1945.
A large infantry company of mixed 
Elite and First Line GIs with a 
9-2
in command tries to control the 
road on board 7A along with 
controlling
a hamlet of huts. The Japanese 
are down but not out and look to 
prevent the USA win via a 20 CVP 
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Dave Ramsey | 25 Aug 17:01 2014
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Deluxe Pack #1 is out

The Deluxe Pack #1 is now available for purchase.  You can buy it from the
ASL Scenario Archive's shop (http://shop.aslscenarioarchive.com), LFT's
website, or the Gamer's Armory.

BFP will also be selling copies.

You can find a preview of the pack in issue 89 of View from the trenches,
available here: http://www.vftt.co.uk/vfttpdf/vftt89.pdf

Cheers,

Dave
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Ismo Mehtälä | 23 Aug 07:37 2014
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VASL extension files

Hi all

How do I install and use VASL extension (.mdx) files with VASSAL?

Thanks in advance

Ismo Mehtälä

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Vic Provost | 29 Jul 01:39 2014
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Dispatches Update & Playtesters Needed

Hello to all my ASL 
Comrades. We are well into the playtest 
for 
Dispatches from the Bunker #39. We'll 
have the usual 4 scenarios  
and articles.  
  
We are looking for playtest volunteers for the last 2 
scenarios 
mentioned below: Killer Kloskowski and Teeth of the 
Wolf. 
Both have been played and tweaked at the club and need 
some 
outside eyeballs to give them a try. Anyone that plays 
either 
and submits a report by Labor day weekend will get a 
free 
copy of Issue #39 or have an issue added 
onto their subscription. 
Thanks in advance for your participation!  
  
Here are the 4 scenarios we are working on:

Mopping Up Kobayashi: The latest 
in the long dormant 
Philippines
Series B (Late War) finds 
elements of the 38 Infantry 
Division
catching up with remnants of the 
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Gmane