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POLL: Breakaway Russian Republics - Worth Gaming?


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unknown member writes:

Would not buy any more minis, but I could see how this would be a great way to recycle those old Cold War minis


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
yes
139
35%
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no
100
25%
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maybe
114
29%
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no opinion
44
11%
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unknown member wonders:

Since the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Russia has had no shortage of armed conflicts it has been involved in, either officially and unofficially.

These have included, to name a few, Moldavia, Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Ajerbaijan, Armenia, Ingushetia, Dagestan, and recently in Georgia.

The Caucusus region remains the most heavily contested to date, though several of the above regions are still virtual powder kegs.

Despite all this, these conflicts have barely received a nod in the wargaming community. Perhaps the Chechens are the only ones to receive their own miniatures to date, and even these are barely noticeable.

My question then is, are any of these conflicts gameable, and do they deserve more attention (i.e., rules and miniatures)?