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POLL: In Which Historical Periods Do You Fudge Accuracy the Most?


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ChicChocMtdRifles Inactive Member writes:

Napoleonic British and French make Alamo/Mexican-American War units, CS slouch hats make Texas units in said wars, French Foreign Legion made some regular Yank or Zouve Units, Cowboys make good CS figures, American Indians represent each other(I ignore the type of rifles),,,


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
18th Century
36
6%
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Ancients
137
21%
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Medievals
103
16%
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Modern
30
5%
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Napoleonics
41
6%
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Prehistory
69
11%
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WWII
31
5%
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other (explain)
28
4%
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all of them
97
15%
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I never fudge
69
11%
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POLL DESCRIPTION

Personal logo D6 Junkie Supporting Member of TMP wonders...

OK, so which historical period do you find yourself fudging the most on accuracy?

For example: You might sniff at using WWII figs to game WWI, but have no problem using Late Romans to fight Carthaginians in a Punic Campaign.

I have to admit that I pretty much will gloss over a lot of accuracy when doing Medievals.

(Poll options taken from this pre-poll discussion.)