Can't believe this group doesn't exist so there I go creating it. Hope Chad doesn't mind ;o)Made for all and everyone who find this game terrific and enjoy with a good battle either face to face or through Vassal. Come on in guys ¿and gals?See More
"Your next step should be to play the game. Yeah, it sounds flippant, but its really what should be done. ASL (even ASLSK) are different beasts from most games out there. It's best to find out now if you like the game before spending large…"
"Brad, if you've just gotten ASLSK #1 and not played it, don't even think about getting the "full Monty" until you play this game for a while. If you like it, move to ASLSK #2 and ASLSK #3. If you STILL like it, then consider the…"
"One of my ASL friends in Alaska is also a big Combat Commander nut. In fact, he wants me to design some scenarios for the game for him. The terrain seems straightforward enough. Looks like I will actually need to purchase some of the C/C modules so…"
"Thank you all, I just have the ASLK #1, received it today. I just did not know where to take my next step. I hope I get hooked, I have played Combat Commander so some of the rules look the same. I just had to try it out, thousands of people…"
"Thought I'd post a "contrarian" position, just for the sake of comprehensiveness. I'm going to assume you have PLAYED ASLSK #3 and not just own it and marveled at it. A good many playings tells you whether or not you are going to…"
"No, you need to have the real ASL rulebook too. It may be possible to play BV with starter kit rules, but you would be missing a heap of rules (bypass, dash, OBA, concealment, snipers ...) making the play less than satisfactory if not impossible.…"
"The ASL rulebook and Beyond Valor are where everyone needs to start. These include the information counters you will need to play any of the scenarios, plus the Russian and German counters. There is a lot you can play with just these components.…"