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"nearly 700" AFV cards on PDF files that must be printed and cut out in order to use
ASLer Chris Edwards created in 2014 a set of PDF AFV and ordnance cards that could be purchased and printed out for use in playing ASL. Each page contains two one-sided color cards that are, in essence, an evolution of the old AFV cards available in Deluxe ASL modules, containing To Hit numbers and other relevant information for each vehicle.
The Core Set contained Vehicle and Ordnance PDFs for the following nationalities: German, Russian, American, British, French, Japanese, Italian, and Finnish.
At $20, the set is not expensive, but requires considerable labor to print and assemble. Generally speaking, these types of cards are a product that most veteran ASLers have no real use for, finding them not really worth the effort, with the result that the true market for such cards ends up being the novice ASLer, who may use them for a while before moving on.
A follow-on set includes similar cards for Axis Minors, Allied Minors, and Chinese.
Available at ASLCards.com.
David Murray says
Thanks for brining this product to my attention – I was not aware of it. I have been playing ASL for over 20 years but I have long periods of being away from the game – I think these might be just the thing to help me when I return to playing – as I only get ASL to table a couple of times a year.