This is the new ASL map for the historical module "Fight for Nijmegen Bridge" created with Hexdraw. The location is Nijmegen, Holland and the date is 18-20 September 1944 ("Market Garden"). Combatants are: Kampfgruppe Henke and 10th SS Panzer Division "Frundsberg" (Germans). 82nd Airborne Division and Guards Armored Division (Americans, British).

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Comment by Kid on December 24, 2009 at 8:10am
"what is the building type in hex T8?"

This is the Ruin of St. Maartens chapel.
Comment by Kid on December 24, 2009 at 8:08am
"How are you handling bypass and los issues where single hex buildings cross over hexsides?"

Okay ... the answer comes directly from the Fight for Nijmegen Bridge Rules:

2.1 HEXSIDE ROADS: Treat all hexside roads (EX: M4/N4) as ‘normal’ paved roads (B3) with the following exception: It costs half the normal VBM MP expenditure. Example: A BU AFV mov-ing from M3 to the hexside road M4/N4 must pay one MP (1 MP [Road, BU] x 2 [VBM] x 0.5 [half the normal VBM MP expenditure] = 1 MP). Crest Lines in hexside road Locations do not block LOS to units on the hexside road. Example: There is a LOS from S10 to a unit on the hexside road S11/S12. The Crest Line in S11 does not block this LOS.

2.3 NIJMEGEN BUILDINGS: Treat all buildings on the map as Single-Hex Two-Story Houses (B31.3). Exceptions: The Valkhof Chapel (V6) is a Single Story House (B23.21) with a Steeple Loca-tion (B31.2). The Valkhof Ruin (T8) is a Single Story House (B23.21). The Belvedere (Q9) is a Third Level Structure (B23.24). All buildings are made of stone. Many buildings ‘stray’ across the hexsides of their hex. This has no effect other than to deny LOS and Bypass movement along such hexsides and in certain other situations. An exten-sion of a building across a hexside never blocks fire to or from that building hex. Examples: There is no LOS from K5 to L7 and it is not possible to use Bypass movement along the hexside K6/L6, because of the building artwork that strays across the hexside K6/L6. There is no LOS between hexes I6 and K6, because the LOS is blocked by the building artwork in J6. It is possible to move from I7 to K6 using Bypass movement along the hex-sides I6/J7 and J6/J7, because no building artwork strays across those two hexsides. There is a LOS from H8 to J7, because extensions of buildings across hexsides never block fire to or from those building hexes.
Comment by Jim Werbaneth on December 21, 2009 at 9:01pm
It looks like a bandstand, or maybe a snack bar.
Comment by Brian Blad on December 21, 2009 at 2:51pm
what is the building type in hex T8?
Comment by Brian Blad on December 21, 2009 at 2:51pm
looks very good. Question. How are you handling bypass and los issues where single hex buildings cross over hexsides?

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