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POLL: Impact of Flames of War on WWII Gaming?


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helmet101 Inactive Member writes:

Same as McDonald for food service.

It is easily available to everyone, simple to eat whenever one feels like having a quick snack.

Food is standardised and well displayed, there are fun themes and lots of little extras one can enjoy.

No reason to complain for something we really needed in the hobby.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
definitely a good influence
149
36%
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more good than bad
145
35%
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no influence
23
6%
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more bad than good
21
5%
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definitely a negative influence
12
3%
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not familiar with Flames of War
42
10%
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not a WWII tabletop gamer
23
6%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Flames of War from Battlefront is a popular WWII ruleset that encourages tournament play, and which is published with a series of supplements not unlike the Codexes for GW's 40K.

In your observation, how would you assess the influence of FoW on the WWII tabletop gaming hobby?