Lider/Maquetismo y simulación (1981-2001)
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Occasional ASL scenario or article
Lider (Spanish for “leader”) began as the house publication of the Maquetismo y Simulación (Modelling & Simulation) Club of Barcelona in the 1980s. In its first incarnation, it was called M&S and ran for 17 issues (1981-1985). In 1986 it improved its quality and changed its name to Lider, restarting its numbering system (which ran for 5 issues). Lider then once more reinvented itself; its third incarnation lasted 62 issues until January 1998. At first, it concentrated on wargaming, but as time went on, more and more of its content dealt with role-playing games and collectible card games. A final incarnation, solely featuring RPGs and CCGs, lasted around five issues, until late 2001.
During its third incarnation, Lider published several ASL scenarios, as well as a couple of other reviews and articles.
|#4||La estación de Suhinici (“Suhinici Station,” a 1942 East Front scenario)|
|#25 (1991)||Necesitamos un Cuartel (“We Need Barracks”?, East Front 1942)|
|#26 (1991)||Apenas nos Hablamos (“We Hardly Talk”?, Sicly 1943, U.S. Rangers vs. Italians)|
|#54 (1996)||¡Nuts! (Bastogne 1944, possibly reprinted from Alea)|