Full Rulebook ASL Pack
MM60 Liberating Loznica Loznica, Yugoslavia, 31 August 1941. Chetniks are on the attack against the occupying Germans.
MM61 Sandeman’s Charge Northeast of Toungoo, Burma, 23 March 1942. Frontier Force 3 attempts a reconnaissance of Japanese positions in Burma.
MM62 Five-Kopeck Bridgehead Near Dubrovka, Russia, 29 April 1942. The Germans attempt a night assault to seize a bridgehead outside Leningrad.
MM63 The 26th at Troina Troina, Sicily, 5 August 1943. Germans counterattack to retake positions occupied by the advancing Americans in Sicily.
MM64 Galician Getaway Near Iasenivtsi, 22 July 1944. German and Ukranian troops attempt to break out of their encirclement.
MM65 Dieulouard Bridgehead Dieulouard, France, 13 September 1944. German troops attempt to eliminate the American Bridgehead at Dieulouard.
MM66 Brazil’s Here Brazilian troops along with US tank support show their mettle in an attack against the Germans.
MM67 Urdaneta Ambush Urdaneta, Luzon, Philippines, 17 January 1945. American infantry and supporting tanks attempt to take a Japanese held town.
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This pack is for those who like scenarios with a little chrome. Not specifically in the form of scenario special rules, but instead for the lesser-used sections of the ASL rulebook. We have rules from Chapter E, F, G and H; plus, lesser known rules for walking wounded, elevated railroads, interrogation and cavalry and the obligatory night. The scenarios take place in a range of environments, two Pacific theater, two Mediterranean theater and two eastern front. There are three large scenarios and five medium sized. Three would be good scenarios for tournaments.

We thank our dedicated band of play-testers who brought some balance and fun to the designs. We enjoyed trying (and finding) the rules and seeing unique results from rules we had not used before, especially playing rare actions like cavalry in rice paddies and Brazilian troops.

We hope you enjoy these scenarios and enjoy getting the maximum use of your ASL rulebook at the same time. As always keep the third weekend of March in mind for the March Madness ASL tournament held in Kansas City. The city is also home to the National World War One Museum (, so if you make the trip be sure to plan ample time for a visit there. Encircled Productions continues to work on their WW1 offering to the ASL community. Please check our website for updates.
German OB, Remnants of 14. Waffengrenadierdivision der SS (Galizien) and other German elements. Setup should read: “set up on/north of hexes numbered ≤ 7 on Board 78 (see SSR 5): {SAN: 3}”

SSR 1. Fourth sentence should read, “All other roads are considered paths [EXC: Elevated RR Crossings (B32.43), considered paths and usable by Infantry only, exist wherever the ElRR is met by a printed road].”

SSR 2. Delete/ignore the first sentence of this SSR.

The Encircled Productions Team apologizes for the necessary errata. We strive to minimize errors, but at times they occur. Please see the Scenario Archive as an additional source.
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