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POLL: Playing an Alternate-History Game


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unknown member writes:

I'd have though VSF was a bit further from reality than alternate history but I do do VBCW and plenty of 'what if …' scenarios.


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POLL DESCRIPTION

unknown member says:

Not too long ago, I discovered author Harry Turtledove's Southern Victory series of alternate-history novels, where the Confederacy won the American Civil War and changed the timeline that we know today. From that, I've become a fan of alternate history stories and authors. Some of the authors that have become my favorites are Eric Flint (Trail of Glory series), Robert Harris (his 1992 novel Fatherland), and the late Robert Conroy (1901).

So, on a scale of 0 to 10, 0 meaning "not at all" and 10 meaning "absolutely!", how likely are you to originate and/or participate in an alternate history-based wargame given the opportunity?

Poll set up by unknown member, based on this pre-poll discussion.