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POLL: Do We Need an Inca Board?


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unknown member writes:

Well Tim, the peoples of Central and South America were essentially Stone/Bronze Age cultures. So I assume that a case could be made that they were unique for the period

Of course the conquistadors weren't unique for the period, so the putative Inca boards would have to be subdivided into Pre- and Post-European contact…grin


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VOTING RESULTS
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yes
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no
93
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no opinion
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

unknown member writes:

  • Last Days of the Incas
  • Golden Age for 28mm INCA Wargamers/Collectors!!!
  • Great Inca Revolt on NOVA
  • Inca Armies Against Conquistadores: How Large Really?
  • My Latest Big Purchase: 28mm INCAS!!!
  • Help needed overcoming serious Inca newbiedom
  • Andean (Inca, Moche, etc.) Figures by Gary Hunt?
  • About Incas: Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala
  • Has Anyone Tried Scratch-Built INCA FORTS?
  • Foundry INCAS Available!
  • Inca Range Officially Released By Foundry!!!

And this is just in the last two days! They need a new forum so we can go back to discussing pikes and arquebuses - the real topics for the Renaissance boards.

(See original proposal)

Does the traffic justify the creation of an Inca Board?