A Feat of Arms
"Defeat? I do not recognize the meaning of the word." – Margaret Thatcher April 1982, start of the Falklands War
In April of 1982, Argentina invaded the British sovereign territory of the Falkland Islands, in the South Atlantic. The Argentines had long claimed ownership of the islands, which they called Islas Malvinas. The unforeseen attack and occupation sparked international outrage, and Great Britain quickly mobilized a naval task force to retake the islands, 8,000 miles from home. Relying on the élan of their professional and highly trained military personnel, the combined air, sea and land forces succeeded against the odds, victorious less than 80 days from the Argentine seizure of the islands. For the British, it was no less than a spectacular feat of arms.
A Feat of Arms is an expansion module for Lock ’n Load Tactical: Heroes of the Falklands. Play 12 scenarios on six new X-Maps, including a new Port Stanley Map for a revised take on Operation Rosario, the initial Argentine invasion. Other new terrain includes rugged hills—for new battles on Mt. Harriet, Wireless Ridge and Sapper Hill—and a grass airfield, for the SAS’s audacious raid on Pebble Island and the ferocious final action of the Battle of Goose Green. Across the islands, the bold British Paras and Royal Marines fought well-armed Argentine Army conscripts and Marines defending vital terrain and counterattacking upon lost ground. The conditions were harsh, with most of the fighting done at night, among minefields and under heavy mortar and artillery fire.
The Falklands War was a test of mettle. Are you up to the test?
Requirements: To play A Feat of Arms you must own Lock ‘n Load Tactical – Heroes of the Falklands.
A Feat of Arms Includes:
1 x Scenario and Module Rules Booklet.
12 x Scenarios.
6 x 11.0” x 17.0” 4K X-Maps.
Requirements: To play A Feat of Arms you must own Lock ‘n Load Tactical – Heroes of the Falklands and Heroes of the Falklands X-Maps or 4K X-Maps.
Consimworld LnLT WW2: http://talk.consimworld.com/WebX/.1ddbe5ef
Board Game Geek - LnLP: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgamepublisher/6025/lock-n-load-publishing-llc
Board Game Geek - Heroes of Normandy: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgameexpansion/150005/lock-n-load-heroes-normandy
LnLP Media: http://forums.lnlpublishing.com/media/categories/lock-n-load-tactical.21/
Heroes of Normandy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IJxnWsovP4
Executive Producer: David Heath
Associate Producer: Jeff Lewis
Series Lead Design: Jeff Lewis
Series Development Team: David Heath, Ralph Ferrari, Mike Panikowski, Stéphane Tanguay
Scenario Designers: Jeff Lewis
Editor: Jeff Lewis
Graphics & Layout: Blackwell Hird, Jeff Lewis
Map Art: Marc von Martial
Box Cover: Blackwell Hird
Administration: Ava Marie Heath
Customer Support: Darren White
Logistics Manager: Darren White
Playtesters: Ralph Ferrari, Jeff Lewis, Pratik Multani, Mike Panikowski, Noah Stoltz, Vance Strickland,
Stéphane Tanguay, Patrick White.
Thanks and Support
Mark Apodaca, Brett Avants, Bob Bickart, Robert Peter Bottos, Russel Brown, Andrea Cantatore, Dario Cantatore, Richard Danda, Al Davis, Rebecca Davis, Sean Druelinger, Eric Duckworth, Robert Fairman, Ralph Ferrari, Maurice Fitzgerald, Madeleine Gale, Robert Gurule, Shane Heath, Yvonne Heath, Steve Higginson, Nick Huntington, Howard Jones, Roger Lewis, Phil Lucero, Doug Miller, Mark Mitchell, Steve Mynes, Jeff Newell, Steve Overton, Mike Panikowski, Tom Proudfoot, Tyler Roush, Kev Sharp, Chris Shockey, Norman Smith, Robert Smith, Ty Snouffer, Noah Stoltz, Vance Strickland, Stéphane Tanguay, Ken Tee, Keith Tracton, Gabor Venczel, Kindra White, Patrick White, John Wilson, Dick Winters, Jim Woodall.
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