Photon-energy-resolved large-scale opacity calculations employ Stark broadened spectral line shapes only to account for the contribution of K-shell line transitions. Detailed ion broadening effects are not considered for L-and M-shell transitions. We present Stark broadening calculations for the line profiles of L-shell transitions linking ground state and singly excited states in Ne-like iron ions. These detailed line shapes have been computed in the standard Stark broadening theory approximation taking into account the effect of both static ions and dynamic electrons. The results show the importance of the ion's effect on the line broadening of several L-shell line transitions.