||MM33 Yevpatoriya Mop Up
||Yevpatoriya, Crimea 6 January, 1942. The Germans
counterattack a Soviet diversionary landing on the Crimea.
MM34 Eliminating The LVR
||Murowana Oszmianka, Poland 13 May,
1944. Polish partisans (AK) attack the 301st Lithuanian
volunteer defense battalion (LVR).
|MM35 Rooting Them Out
||Kansas City, KS, USA, present day. The German SS arrive
to root out a small but dedicated group of ASL players holed
up at the Hollis Center.
MM36 Ninety Night
Sicily 10 July, 1943. No. 3 Commando races to capture an
Italian battery opposing the Operation Husky landings.
|MM37 Bicycle Race
||St. Aubin-d’Arquenay 6 June 1944.
Commando No. 6 has to push past German resistance in an
attempt to relieve Pegasus Bridge.
|MM38 Final Victory
||Warsaw, Poland 20 August 1944. Polish partisans (AK)
during the Warsaw uprising look to capture the 11-story PAST
telephone exchange building.
|MM39 Ochota Revenge
||Warsaw, Poland 9 August 1944. RONA troops of the
Kaminski Brigade are ordered to attack the Polish partisan
(AK) redoubts of Kaliska and Wawelska.
|MM40 10th Panzer Takes The High Ground
||East of El Guettar, Tunisia, 26 March, 1943. Advance
elements of the German 10th Panzer attempt to recapture Hill
772 from the Americans.
|MM41 The 9th Sees The Elephant
||East of El Guettar, Tunisia, 28 March, 1943. U.S forces
advance against Italian positions in support of operations
against the Mareth line.
|MM42 Ariete On Totensonntag
||South of Sidi Rezegh, Libya, 23 November, 1941. Italian
armored forces counterattack Commonwealth forces during
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This Pack is a tribute to the
HQ of the Kansas City ASL Club...the Hollis Renewal
Center. The Club has been playing monthly game days at
the Hollis Center since 2013. Hollis is a non-profit
Christian retreat center affiliated with the Evangelical
Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) open to all seeking a
time of retreat and renewal. Located in a peaceful
little valley with hiking trails and other places for
quiet reflection, Hollis is a great place to play ASL.
In 2016, the Club held the March Madness ASL Tournament
at Hollis and three separate ASL Camp Events, where we
play ASL two or three days in a row. We created an ASL
map of Hollis and its buildings and developed a fun
scenario to play. All the scenarios in this pack were
play tested at Hollis during Club game days.
The nine other scenarios in
the pack run are great fun. There are three great
Partisan actions, three Desert scenarios, two commando
scenarios and two night games. All scenarios are
designed by club members. We would like to thank our
play testers and proof readers for their help making
these scenarios better and more fun to play. The Pack is
published by Encircled Productions, LLC, a non-profit
company that supports the Kansas City ASL Club and March
Madness ASL Tournament. Thank you for supporting our