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#7 "5 World at War Scenarios, 2 Lock 'n Load Scenarios"

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#7 "5 World at War Scenarios, 2 Lock 'n Load Scenarios"
Category: War Games
Sub Category: War Game Magazines
Product Line: Line of Fire Magazine
Publish Year: 2009
Pages: 40
Dimensions: 8.5x11x.2"
Restockable: No
NKG part #: 2148604365
Mfg. part #: LLPLOF7PR
Type: Magazine

#7 "5 World at War Scenarios, 2 Lock 'n Load Scenarios"


  • 40 fun-filled pages, including articles by Jeff Schulte on designing WaW scenarios and a recap of the 2009 WaW: Eisenbach Gap tournament at WBC. An in-depth preview of LnL: Heroes of the Gap by Pete Abrams.

  • A Battle Report by Pete Attack on the Heroes of the Blitzkrieg scenario “Fighting the Hedgehogs.”

  • Interviews with game designer Brian Train (Summer Lightning) and with four of the artists that make LnLP’s game components and publications stand out from all the rest.

  • Five World at War scenarios and two Lock 'n Load scenarios, plus two new maps (one for each system).

    Lucky #7 is here! Fall into the season with the latest issue of Line of Fire. Includes a color front and back cover, black-and-white pages and two new full-color, 14-point card stock maps—a World at War city map (with several new types of city terrain) and a Lock ‘n Load desert map.

    Included in Line of Fire #7 are five new World at War scenarios, two of which complete Arrigo Velicogna’s three-part serial WaW modulette, Munich’s Highway; plus two Mark Walker-designed scenarios that take place on a new, and included, 8.5” x 11” Bremerhaven City Map; and in “Counterpunch” by Ralph Ferrari, US REFORGER units and British reserves take on emboldened Soviet Formations west of the Rhine. (Note: the WaW scenarios use counters from all three WaW modules.)

    For the die-hard LnL fan, there are two scenarios depicting action from Operation Torch in Morocco in 1942, both played on a new, and included, 8.5” x 11” Desert Map. Join the Americans from the 9th Infantry Division as they get their first taste of combat against the Vichy French defending the Kasbah in Mehdia, or engage in a duel of light tanks—M5A1 Stuarts against Renault R-35s—on the road from Rabat.

    Note: Both LnL scenarios use counters from Band of Heroes, Heroes of the Blitzkrieg and Noville.