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Hello Everyone

We have moved our servers again since a fair amount of our users were having issues reaching our site or having very long load times. This started when we had to move our network from Go Daddy a few months ago. Once we started receiving reports that users were having issues we reported this to the tech's at the new co-location but they could not fixed the problems. Because of this we took the step of finding a another company that could handle these issues and we are so far very happy with the results.
We also have a brand new high end server so you should all see a real speed increase.  We are working on a new web site with many new features and services.  Some of the site options have changed but will be available on the new site.  All of our products can be found in our store.

Please let us know if you were having an issue and if its now fixed now or if you are still having an issue.

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The Compendium Volume 2 is packed with over 85 full-color pages of World at War content!
Based on the Line of Fire material from issues #8 through #13, this iteration of the Compendium includes a tankful of scenarios—over 30! It also contains the continued history of World War III as it happened, battle reports, articles, Jeff Schulte’s clever HQ variant, a new 11”x17” geomorphic map, and 130 counters—featuring 21 new counters for Luxembourg forces that battle it out with Poles and Soviets in a brand-new five-scenario modulette, Ardennes Again. An Order of Battle for all counters in the Compendium rounds out the content.
Counters include formations of US Marines, an expanded Team Charlie, the Soviet 3rd Tank, two new Luxembourg formations, and Chinese and Vietnamese forces that fight it out in a six-scenario modulette, Jungle Blood & Sweat.
You can order it Compendium Volume 2 here

· 30 Total Scenarios + 6 Variants for “First Moves” from Eisenbach Gap
· Battle Reports and Articles
· HQ Variant
· One 11”x17” Geomorphic Map
· 130 Counters
· Four Modulettes:
     Ardennes Again (NEW!)
     A Place Called Fulda
     It’s the Oil, Stupid!
     Jungle Blood & Sweat
The Compendium Volume 2 is a must-have feast for all World at War enthusiasts. Don’t miss out. Lock ‘n Load Publishing . . . More Game, Less Guff!
NOTE: The Compendium Volume 2 does NOT include SADF/FAPLA scenarios and components that have been publishing in issues #8 through #13 of Line of Fire. These will be republished later in a complete module.

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We would like to welcome David Heath as LNLP's new principal owner and business manager. David will be handling production, sales and the strategic direction of the company.  Mark Walker will be handling design for the core system with help from Jeff Lewis.  Many of you may already know David as the previous owner of Matrix Games, Wargamer and The Gamer's Network.  Mark and David have worked together before and both have really enjoyed the experience.  We are pretty excited and will have a lot more news to report soon.  We will be releasing our newsletter in the next day or so which will have updates on our projects and more news.

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Well as I am sure some of you noticed Lock 'n Load Publishing was offline.  This was because GoDaddy claimed there was a problem and turned off our servers.  After much yelling the server was turned back.  Bottom line we are no longer with GoDaddy.  Great for domains not so great in the server and email department.  We are now up and running with our new provider and our network and forums are all back online.  We are sorry for the downtime and God willing that will be behind us.

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Happy Happy Joy Joy the games are shipping.  So start looking for your shipping notice in your email today if you ordered Nuklear Winter 68, Heart of Darkness, Forgotten Heroes Vietnam and or ANZAC Attack.    

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Cheers all, we've decided to damn the torpedoes and put A Ring of Hills - Battle for the Falklands into production. To that end, we've added another 60 days to the clock on the iwantthinsgame campaign for anyone who wants to PRE-ORDER the game with the new bonus content. To be clear, this game WILL get made, this extra time is for anyone who wants to pre-order the game can get a fair chance at the bonus content rewards and current price points.


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The games are on a truck and heading to our warehouse NOW. We expect to be shipping Heart of Darkness, Nuklear Winter 68 along with Forgotten Heroes 2nd Edition and ANZAC Attack 2nd Edition next week around March 5-6. If you have any questions on an earlier order placed. Please open a support ticket and Darren will answer any concerns you may have. This will give us time to address any issues before the game arrive. If you have not yet order now is a great time to do so.

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As many of you know LnL have been working on a new game called Falling Stars and we been showing it off at the recent conventions we have been at. On top of that LnL has been working on our own Miniatures designs and prototypes. Our plan is to provide counters as well as a painted miniature option. Here is a a picture of some of them. Let us know what you think.  We post some more on this in our forums.

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