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POLL: FogR: Cities of Gold - Most Interesting Armies?


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Skeets Supporting Member of TMP writes:

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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Amazonian Forest Tribes
3
2%
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Arawak
1
1%
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Aviz Portuguese
2
1%
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Aztec
15
8%
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Buccaneer
9
5%
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Carib
0
0%
 
Central African
3
2%
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Central Sudanese
1
1%
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Chichimec
2
1%
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Chinantec
0
0%
 
Colonial French
5
3%
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Colonial Spanish
12
7%
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Dutch or English Colonial American
7
4%
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Eastern Woodland Culture
8
4%
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English West Indies Expedition
2
1%
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Funj or Fur
1
1%
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Inca
9
5%
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Mapuche or Araucanian
1
1%
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Mayan
6
3%
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Mossi
1
1%
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Natchez
1
1%
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Oromo
0
0%
 
Pacific North-West Culture
3
2%
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Plains Culture
3
2%
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Pueblo Culture
2
1%
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South-Eastern Woodland Culture
3
2%
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Tarascan
1
1%
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Timucuan
1
1%
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Tlaxcalan, Huaxtec or Otomi
6
3%
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Tuareg
3
2%
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Tupi
1
1%
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West African Forest
4
2%
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West Sudanese
5
3%
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Zapotec or Mixtec
6
3%
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no opinion
57
31%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION
Which of the army lists from the Field of Glory: Renaissance supplement Cities of Gold: Africa and the Americas 1494-1698 do you find most interesting?

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