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Line of Fire Issue #11
Line of Fire #11
With 60 full-color pages and 16 scenarios, Line of Fire #11 is loaded with a feast of new content for most of your favorite Lock ‘n Load Publishing games!
The World at War (WaW) system gets a major injection of new scenarios in this issue. Six scenarios depict further carnage from the Eisenbach Gap to the bridges over the Rhine. And in a three-scenario modulate, It’s the Oil, Stupid!, the Middle East becomes the setting for clashes between Soviet airborne units and US Marines, as well as an epic clash of armor as formations of Abrams tangle with T-72s from three different tank battalions.
The Cold War gone hot is featured in the Lock ‘n Load (LnL) system as well. Read about tank tactics in the Third World War and light up the Eisenbach Gap in a new scenario for Heroes of the Gap. Or drop in with the 101st Airborne in a Band of Heroes scenario, “To the Bridge”, as intrepid paras take on a pair of indefatigable German 88mm guns guarding the vital bridge at Son, Holland, during Operation Market Garden.
Celebrate Thanksgiving with a seasonal-themed scenario for All Things Zombie, “Black Friday.” And if zombies tempt you, check out a wonderfully mutant melding of game systems (ATZ and LnL: A Day of Heroes) in “Day of the Zed” by undead maestro Mark Mitchell. The town of Last Chance, Nevada, has lost contact with the rest of the world, and the National Guard, US Army Rangers, and elements of the 10th Mountain Division have all gone in to find out what’s going on. It’s LnL, and it’s ATZ. It’s unique, and it’s fun.
As always, Line of Fire is more than just scenarios. Articles, battle reports, interviews, and more are all inside. Read, play, think, enjoy.
Notice: Articles and Scenarios in this Magazine are more geared towards our older discontinued series Lock ‘n Load and World At War products. The latest edition of these series is now titled Lock ‘n Load Tactical and World At War 85. Updated editions of the Articles and Scenarios can be found in our Compendium products.