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POLL: Ambivalence Toward Napoleonic Rulesets


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Martin Rapier writes:

"And I don't care what level of game you're playing at flanks still matter."

I quite agree, whether you are commanding a section or an Army Group, flank attacks are seriously bad news. One of the issues from a gaming pov is that in 'telepathic comand' and full intellignece type games, they are far too easy to achieve on the tabletop.


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VOTING RESULTS
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6
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3
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8
12
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7
23
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6
27
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5
49
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4
28
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3
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10
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1
11
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no opinion
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not a Napoleonic gamer
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

quidveritas Inactive Member muses...

It seems most Napoleonic gamers display a certain degree of ambivalence when it comes to Napoleonic rules. On a scale of 1 to 10:

Are you more of a '10':
"I want it all - no matter how long it takes or how complex the rules have to be"
Or are you a '1':
"I want my Napoleonic Rules simple and quick - I don't care if the rules overlook or ignore period tactics or period flavor, as long as the battles provide a result that 'feels right'.