Noville Bastogne's Outpost - Second Edition

Noville Bastogne's Outpost - Second Edition

Bitter cold and Here Come the Tigers in the Snow


In the bitter cold, on the eve of winter in 1944, the Germans launched a most unlikely o ensive through the Ardennes Forest against the Allies, in what came to be known as the Battle of the Bulge. On December 19th and 20th, the small town of Noville, Belgium, to the northeast of Bastogne, was the location of an intense struggle. For the Americans of Team Desobry, stragglers from a handful of shattered formations, including paratroopers from the 101st Airborne, Noville was the ground fought over in all conditions, at night, in fog, down the barrel of a ri e and hand to hand. It was an onslaught. For two days, Desobry’s patchwork quilt of men gave their all against the might of the German 2nd Panzer Division and 26th Volksgrenadiers trying to encircle and crush them.


Noville, Bastogne’s Outpost is an expansion game for Lock ‘n Load Tactical’s Heroes of Normandy. The battles are fought on a large historically accurate map of Noville and its vital surrounding high ground and approaching roads. Play the game’s scenarios individually or sequentially as a campaign, adding a few modi cations for carry-over units and your own personal Hero, whose abilities continue to increase the longer he survives. With special rules for fog and bogging down in the mud, new support weapons such as sticky bombs, and a host of new vehicles, including the American M4A3E8 “Easy Eight” Sherman tank, M18 Hellcat Tank Destroyers, M3A2 Half-tracks, M8 Armored Cars, and the German SdKfz 251/9 Stummel and Jagdpanther V, the battle eld has never been as savage, as erce. Every impulse counts.


Hold your ground!

 

Requirements: You must own Heroes of Normandy to play this game.  

 

 

Components:

  • Module Rules
  • 22" x 34" Map
  • 170 Counters
  • 6 Scenario Cards
  • Player Aid Card


Requirements: You must own Heroes of Normandy to play this game.  

Executive Producer: David Heath

Associate Producer: Blackwell Hird

Lead Game Design & Development: Jeff Lewis

Module Design: Robert Herzner

Manual Editor: Jeff Lewis

Counter Art: Blackwell Hird, David Julien, Marc von Martial

Map Art: Marc von Martial

Graphic Design & Layout: Blackwell Hird, Jeff Lewis

Box Art & Design: Blackwell Hird, David Julien

Administration: Ava Marie Heath

Customer Support: Jason Church

Logistic Manager: Darren White

Scenario Designer: Robert Herzner

Playtesters: Yvan Descotes, Kurt Gorjanc, Robert Herzner, Jeff Lewis, David Trenkwitz

Special Thanks & Support: Mark Apodaca, Ren Bitzer, Russell Brown, Shauna Church, John Deluca, Debbie Deluca, Nathan Druelinger, Sean Druelinger, Ralph Ferrari, Roger Lewis, Matt Lohse, Phil Lucero, Je Newell, Andrew Heath, Daniel Heath, Nicholas Heath, Shane Heath, Yvonne Heath, Phil Lucero, Mark Mitchell, Steve Overton, Mike Panikowski, Tyler Roush, Kevin Sharp, Austin Stoltz, Noah Stoltz, Vance Strickland, Keith Tracton, Zac Vialpando, Brittany Ward, Patrick White, Kindra White.

Why We Do What We Do
We love designing, developing and, most of all, playing games. We thank God for blessing us so we can follow our passions, and our families, friends and, of course, our customers.
 

Bitter cold and Here Come the Tigers in the Snow


In the bitter cold, on the eve of winter in 1944, the Germans launched a most unlikely o ensive through the Ardennes Forest against the Allies, in what came to be known as the Battle of the Bulge. On December 19th and 20th, the small town of Noville, Belgium, to the northeast of Bastogne, was the location of an intense struggle. For the Americans of Team Desobry, stragglers from a handful of shattered formations, including paratroopers from the 101st Airborne, Noville was the ground fought over in all conditions, at night, in fog, down the barrel of a ri e and hand to hand. It was an onslaught. For two days, Desobry’s patchwork quilt of men gave their all against the might of the German 2nd Panzer Division and 26th Volksgrenadiers trying to encircle and crush them.


Noville, Bastogne’s Outpost is an expansion game for Lock ‘n Load Tactical’s Heroes of Normandy. The battles are fought on a large historically accurate map of Noville and its vital surrounding high ground and approaching roads. Play the game’s scenarios individually or sequentially as a campaign, adding a few modi cations for carry-over units and your own personal Hero, whose abilities continue to increase the longer he survives. With special rules for fog and bogging down in the mud, new support weapons such as sticky bombs, and a host of new vehicles, including the American M4A3E8 “Easy Eight” Sherman tank, M18 Hellcat Tank Destroyers, M3A2 Half-tracks, M8 Armored Cars, and the German SdKfz 251/9 Stummel and Jagdpanther V, the battle eld has never been as savage, as erce. Every impulse counts.


Hold your ground!

 

Requirements: You must own Heroes of Normandy to play this game.  

 

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