LFT Historical modules

Le Franc Tireur historical studies contain scenarios, maps, countersheets and historical rules ... as every ASLer can expect!

We released our second module in July 2011, and are already working on some other topics with hopes of releasing one module every 2 or 3 years.

The Fight for Seoul

"The Fight for Seoul" is LFT’s third Historical Module, after The Shield of Kholm. and before it Operation Chariot. This module is also LFT’s first foray into the Korean War, the first hot war of the Cold War era.

"The Fight for Seoul" contains 21 H-series scenarios, 2 campaign games, two maps (each KGS in size), rules, and one sheet of full-color counters. The action moves from battles to cross rolling rural terrain in the face of entrenched hilltop defenders and on into a bitter urban struggle amid a city that was a mix of architectural styles. "The Fight for Seoul" captures a pivotal moment in the Korean War, one which swung the war in favor of the United Nations, if only for a few months.

"The Fight for Seoul" captures the intensity of the battles that led to the liberation of Seoul by U.S. Marines and ROK Marine Corps from KPA forces. Never-seen-before terrain combinations will raise new and challenging issues to the field commanders of your ASL army. How well will you fight for Seoul ?

KGS players guide

All is in its title : 60 pages for KGS fans, as well as 9 scenarios and a SASL mission. :)

First shipments on May 11th.

Kampfgruppe Scherer: the Shield of Cholm

« gliders were having to land in the streets under heavy fire »

This is the sentence that led Andy to Cholm and after several years of research and development, the LFT crew is happy to present our next historical module. For more information and / or feedback on this unique module, you may want to check this thread on Gamesquads Forum : http://forums.gamesquad.com/showthr... or yet this blog, much more detailed and complete :http://flashofsteel.com/index.php/2011/12/19/countermix/#more-3574

Saint-Nazaire 1942, operation Chariot (Out of Print)

Operation Chariot – the StNazaire Raid is our go at putting this famous action into ASL. Designed by Andrew Hershey and friends, brought to you by the drunkards who already commit le Franc Tireur once a year (well... more or less!).