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Simply place an order for a preorder product. IMPORTANT: If you mix preorder product and in-stock product your order will be split into one or more separate orders; one order for all in-stock product, and one order for each preorder product. This also means that the total at checkout will appear higher than what you are actually charged, since we do not charge for preorders until the product is ready to ship. You will be charged shipping for each order, because they are separate shipments.

To review your orders and preorders, please visit the "Cart & Account" link above, and click on the "Order History" link within. You may also update your credit card information for your preorders here.

As always, if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at problems@multimanpublishing.com.

Shipping Charges

IMPORTANT: Due to ever-changing rates charged by USPS/UPS there may be changes made to postage rates while your preorder is waiting to "hit". MMP charges the actual rates from United Parcel Service and the United States Postal Service. You should consider the shipping and handling charge quoted when you placed your preorder as an estimate, as actual rates will be charged with the game is ready to ship and your credit card is billed.

At any time, if the shipping price quotes is more, or less, than $3 from the actual "stamp" price (once we pack the box and get ready to get it out the door) we will credit, or bill, that amount to your card.

For example, imagine you order a game and the shipping is listed at $4 and the actual shipping cost is $6.95. MMP will "eat" that $2.95 underpayment. If the actual shipping cost was $7.05, we would further charge your card $3.05."

As always, if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at problems@multimanpublishing.com

How do I preorder?

Simply place an order for a preorder product. IMPORTANT: If you mix preorder product and in-stock product your order will be split into one or more separate orders; one order for all in-stock product, and one order for each preorder product. This also means that the total at checkout will appear higher than what you are actually charged, since we do not charge for preorders until the product is ready to ship. You will be charged shipping for each order, because they are separate shipments.

To review your orders and preorders, please visit the "Cart & Account" link above, and click on the "Order History" link within. You may also update your credit card information for your preorders here.

As always, if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at problems@multimanpublishing.com.

Shipping Charges

IMPORTANT: Due to ever-changing rates charged by USPS/UPS there may be changes made to postage rates while your preorder is waiting to "hit". MMP charges the actual rates from United Parcel Service and the United States Postal Service. You should consider the shipping and handling charge quoted when you placed your preorder as an estimate, as actual rates will be charged with the game is ready to ship and your credit card is billed.

At any time, if the shipping price quotes is more, or less, than $3 from the actual "stamp" price (once we pack the box and get ready to get it out the door) we will credit, or bill, that amount to your card.

For example, imagine you order a game and the shipping is listed at $4 and the actual shipping cost is $6.95. MMP will "eat" that $2.95 underpayment. If the actual shipping cost was $7.05, we would further charge your card $3.05."

As always, if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at problems@multimanpublishing.com

 
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ASL Journal #9
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ASL Journal 9

The ASL Journal #9 is a 64-page magazine for fans of Advanced Squad Leader. This magazine is stuffed full of ASL goodness, including:

Verdict at Nuremberg mini-campaign game designed by Pete Shelling;

Suicide Creek campaign game with:

  • 24” x 26” map
  • (180) x 1/2” counters and (64) x 5/8” counters
  • Chapter Z rules pages Z63-Z78 with the Suicide Creek Campaign Game rule
  • 6 stand-alone scenarios (J131-J136)

The 24 scenarios (total, including Nuremberg and Suicide Creek) are:

  • J126 Ugly Faces (French/British vs. German, Nieuport, Belgium, 1940)
  • J127 Messervy’s Men (Italian vs. British, Tamanau Gap, Eritrea, 1940)
  • J128 Opium Hill (British vs. Japanese, Pasir Panjang, Malaya, 1942)
  • J129 Mountain Hunters (Russians vs. Romanian/German, Novo Shuli, Crimea, 1942)
  • J130 The Art of Dying (Russian vs. Italian, Kotovskij, Russia, 1942)
  • J131 First Love (Japanese vs. American, Cape Gloucester, New Britain, 1944)
  • J132 Jungle Infiltration (American vs. Japanese, Cape Gloucester, New Britain, 1944)
  • J133 One Miserable Night (American vs. Japanese, Cape Gloucester, New Britain, 1944)
  • J134 Kerry’s Crossing (Japanese vs. American, Cape Gloucester, New Britain, 1944)
  • J135 Diversion (Japanese vs. American, Cape Gloucester, New Britain, 1944)
  • J136 Muddy Mayhem (Japanese vs. American, Cape Gloucester, New Britain, 1944)
  • J137 No Mercy In Burcy (British vs. German, Burcy, France, 1944)
  • J138 Point to Make (German vs. British, Pont à Marcq, France, 1944)
  • J139 Light Aid Detached (Partisan/British vs. German, Lessines, Belgium, 1944)
  • J140 All Down The Line (German vs. British, Oosterbeek, Holland, 1944)
  • J141 Riding With The King (German vs. Russian, Nagykallo, Hungary, 1944)
  • J142 Penny Packets (American vs. German, Senonchamps, Belgium, 1944)
  • J143 Circle of Doom (German vs. American, Nuremberg, Germany, 1945)
  • J144 Three For The Third (German vs. American, Nuremberg, Germany, 1945)
  • J145 Golden Pheasants (German vs. American, Nuremberg, Germany, 1945)
  • J146 Ragnarök (German vs. Russian, Berlin, Germany, 1945)
  • VotG22 Bark You Dogs! (Russian vs. German, Stalingrad, Russia, 1942)
  • VotG23 Heroes of the Soviet Union (German vs. Russian, Stalingrad, Russia, 1942)
  • VotG24 Raid on Rodimtsev (Russian vs. German, Stalingrad, Russia, 1942)

AND there is plenty to read in this issue including:

  • The Art of the Banzai by Bret Hildebran
  • The Science of the Banzai by Jim Bishop
  • Getting Your Feet Wet by Jon Neall
  • Verdict at Nuremberg by Pete Shelling
  • The Battle of Suicide Creek by Darrell Andersen
  • The Last House on the Left: The Art of Key Building Control by Mark Pitcavage
  • A Method to the Madness: How Scenario Designs Happen by Pete Shelling
  • Spass mit Panzerfaust! by Tim Hunsdorfer
  • The Red Barricades Project by Jim Aikens
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Dashiell Rohan says...

I like the return to the 64 page long Journal. Once again, good articles, good presentation. Mark Pitcavage's article on key building defense is really good. Also the Banzai charge articles really do illuminate the differences between it and the Human Wave. Good job guys as always keep it up.