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  • Lock 'n Load - Not One Step Back Game Review

    Overview

    Not One Step Back brings the Eastern Front theater of World War II to the Lock ’n Load game. Players recreate combat in the unforgiving terrain of the Russian steppes and the bloody streets of Stalingrad, adding serious armor to their arsenals including the JS-2, T34 and King Tiger tank. The Germans have opted for a war on two fronts and now they will pay the price!

    Components

    Not One Step Back is a supplement for the Lock ’n Load: Band of Heroes game created by Mark Walker and produced by Lock ’n Load Publishing. Ownership of the core game is required and a previous supplement, Swift & Bold, is also recommended.

    The supplement arrives in a large zip-top bag and contains 12 scenarios, 3 map boards, 255 full-color counters, a sheet of map overlays, new rules section, a player-aid card and an errata card.

    The scenarios are printed on cardstock and at first glance you may think you are missing one. However, the Prochorov... Full Article
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  • #2
    Thanks for the review! I bought LNL and the two mentioned expansions at Origins this past Summer. A very nice system!

    For those not familiar with Mark Walker's games, this is a splendid WWII system that is designed with a game system that departs from traditional gronard fare (which I also love) of long, brain-numbing rules. It's not "dumbed down" ASL...it's a system completely and uniquely all it's own.
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    "The Golden Rule of War, Speed - Simplicity - Boldness" -- General George S. Patton, Jr

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    • #3
      Too many games, not enough time or money
      "It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God that such men lived."
      - General George S. Patton, Jr

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      • #4
        True, true.....but there's a lot worse things to blow the bucks on, I guess. I try an scratch out as much time for gaming as possible. I have a friend at work who spends HOURS on his XBOX, to the point his wife is ready to disown him. I figure, wargaming is far less annoying to my wife than guns blaring on the TV!
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        "The Golden Rule of War, Speed - Simplicity - Boldness" -- General George S. Patton, Jr

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