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POLL: Bigger Bags: For or Against?


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Frederick Supporting Member of TMP writes:

Me, neither, nycjadie – but making a guess as to the question, I think it is a good idea to be able to "bulk buy" grunts for your next army – as long as you have the option, as noted, to buy the specialist/command figures extra

Further to John's point, while I like Old Glory overall, some of the figs in their packs drive me crazy (a short journey), like the Boxer Rebellion Japanese infantry who, for some strange reason, are running and looking off to the side


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
yes
112
50%
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no
54
24%
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no opinion
58
26%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

As quoted in a recent issue of Miniature Wargames, Alan Lumley of Lancashire Games explains his philosophy of packaging:

We make sure the range is suitable for all rules and packaged so that three or four bags is enough for a basic army to get started. Bigger bags are also easier to pack and so more efficient for us. Extra figures are always available if people want them.

Are you in favor of this packaging scheme?