Multiman Publishing (2009)
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Magazine; ASL content: 2 ASLSK scenarios
Operations Magazine had been the long running house magazine for The Gamers, and after it was acquired by MMP in 2002, became that company’s house magazine, though dominated by Gamers content for some time.
In 2008, MMP announced that it would soon debut the first planned annual “Special Issue” of Operations, which would not only be larger than regular issues, but would also contain many extras, such as self-contained games as well as expansions, countersheets and other goodies for previously published products–including, for the first in Operations’ history, ASL.
It soon became obvious that the original Operations magazine was now, at best, an afterthought; it never saw any further issues. From 2008-2010, the yearly Operations Magazine Special Issue was the closest MMP had to a house magazine. In 2011 MMP announced the demise of Operations, both in its normal and Special variations, in favor of a new house magazine, planned to be released twice-yearly, called (confusingly) Special Ops.
Operations Special Issue #2 was a distinct disappointment, as far as ASL is concerned, with no ASL content whatsoever.
ASLSK content included two scenarios:
- S33 (Few and Far Between)
- S34 (Twilight at Baerendorf)
There is also a Scenario Replay of S33.