POLL: Germy's Army Design Question


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the Gorb Inactive Member writes:

I have been involed in a fantasy campaign that has played annually for 32 years.

There are 'good' factions, 'evil' factions and 'neutral' factions.

The 'good' buy lists are fixed. The 'evil' buy lists are fixed. The 'neutral' buy lists cause a variance from year to year based on whichever side they decide to support that year.

Regards, the Gorb


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Option 1
82
43%
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Option 2
69
36%
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no preference
30
16%
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no opinion
10
5%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Germy Bugger Fezian Inactive Member wonders:

I guess this would be for non-historical games really, but given the choice which do you prefer? My thoughts are Option 1 gives more scope for giving an army a set feel. It also makes it quick and easy to build armies. But Option 2 is more realistic - if there is no argument to say who an army might buy its equipment from.
Option 1
Set army lists for each faction. Listing units only that race can use.
Option 2
A list of units that the player can choose from to form whatever army they like.