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POLL: Best Binding for Wargame Rules?


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Phrodon writes:

"What is the problem with folded and stapled? The ones I have used over the years have stood up for me."
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Depending on the size of the game, that might not work. Another good option though.

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"My own attitude is closer to "show me what's cheapest and I'll find a way to like it"
OK, so if your rules are must-haves I'll buy them however they are bound, but I'd sooner less price and more minis."
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Sadly, rules are so undervalued. People will easily spend $10 USD on figures, but balk and complain about a $10 USD rulebook that took years to play test, write, and publish. Go figure (hee hee).


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Perfect bound (flat, gum-backed spine)
67
19%
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Spiral bound
158
45%
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Saddle (folded point at the spine)
13
4%
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Folded and stapled
20
6%
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Loose-leaf with holes punched
46
13%
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Electronic copy
16
5%
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Whatever is cheapest
10
3%
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no preference
20
6%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

What type of binding do you prefer for wargame rules?