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POLL: Why Go Smaller Than 15mm? (Final Round)


183 votes were cast.


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Personal logo Baccus 6mm Sponsoring Member of TMP writes:

It is interesting that the option for 6mm being cheaper garners only 9% of the poll. Wargamers who have never used 6mm will tell you that in their opinion it can be only reason to go small. In fact the leading options centre around the aesthetic and practical appeal of small scales.

I would agree that just choosing one option creates a false impression as I too would have taken the 'all of the above' option for this and probably for the first round.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
more realistic ground scale
23
13%
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quicker to paint
2
1%
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takes less space for a game
18
10%
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to get more miniatures on the table
11
6%
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other (explain)
4
2%
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no opinion
29
16%
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so battles can be grand in scale
46
25%
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takes less space to store
5
3%
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it's more affordable to go small
17
9%
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armies look more realistic
28
15%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Personal logo DWilliams Supporting Member of TMP remarks:

For many gamers, 15mm scale miniatures are the smallest their eyes can handle. And yet, there are those among us who dare to go much far smaller in 10mm, 6mm, 2mm, etc.

If this includes you, why do you like to go small?

Poll set up by Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian, based on this previous poll.