* Over 55 full-color pages!
* Five (the most ever) new World at War scenarios, including counters for new Soviet T-72 and T-80 tank formations!
* A new Lock 'n Load modulette (our word, not Websters) based on the famed Kelly's Heroes movie.
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* An in-depth interview with outstanding vocalist and clever game designer Uwe Eickert (Conflict of Heroes).
* A detailed examination of rules, units, and tactics in the popular, Flintlock.
* Pete Atack keeps Line of Fire #3 alive with a Batrep about the first of James Luck’s linked Anzac Attack scenarios from the last issue.
* Lembit Tohver describes airpower in No Middle Ground.
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Line of Fire #4 is available for download! This issue is full of articles, features and 9 new scenarios! All in an easy to view, easy to print format that gives you what you want, when you want it. Right now!
In Line of Fire #4's vanguard is an extensive article on Flintlock: Carolina Rebels, covering its mechanics, unit overviews, examples of fire and shock combat, and tactical insights. Uwe Eickert, the designer of Conflict of Heroes, joins us for an interview. Arrigo Velicogna writes about WWIII combat in Bavaria, and includes two World at War scenarios to accompany the article. Pete Atack keeps Line of Fire #3 alive with a Batrep about the first of James Luck’s linked Anzac Attack scenarios from the last issue. Lembit Tohver describes airpower in No Middle Ground. Mark Walker introduces a new Ranged Combat Table for Island War Deluxe and previews Corps Command: Dawn’s Early Light. Ralph Ferrari has two World at War scenarios, both of which utilize components from the forthcoming Blood & Bridges. New contributor Jeff Schulte acquaints us with the Soviet 2nd Tank and 13th Guards Tank Formations in another World at War scenario, that includes new counters.
On the Lock ‘n Load side of things is an article on Fog and Normal Spotting Range in the soon-to-be-released Noville, Bastogne’s Outpost and fun, four-scenario modulette based on scenes from the 1970 movie Kelly’s Heroes that includes special rules for Shermans that fire paint shells and play music during combat. The modulette utilizes Boards and counters from Band of Heroes, and a few counters from Swift & Bold and Not One Step Back.
Whether you’re a fan of Lock ‘n Load, Flintlock, the Arab Israeli Wars, game designer Uwe Eickert, or World at War—or of war games in general—Line of Fire #4 has something in it for you. Just click here to purchase it for immediate download!