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POLL: State of Wild West Gaming in 2008?


158 votes were cast.


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rmaker writes:

"Interesting to see if the newly published Foundary set can challenge its apparent supremacy."

Doubtful.

I think you're overlooking the fact that 'The Rules with No Name' are not new. They've been around for quite a while as a free set and already have a very large following. If anything, I would bet that in terms of number players they're ahead of 'LotOW', as is 'Desperado', at least in the US.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
endangered
2
1%
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never better
29
18%
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nearing extinction
2
1%
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gradual improvement
16
10%
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it's the golden age
6
4%
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no opinion
24
15%
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not my interest
45
28%
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gradual decline
8
5%
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same as always
26
16%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

What do you think the condition of Wild West wargaming as a hobby now is?

endangered

The hobby is in danger.

never better

The hobby is doing better than ever before.

nearing extinction

On the verge of extinction.

gradual improvement

Things are slowly getting better.

it's the golden age

The hobby is at its peak.

no opinion

I have no idea.

not my interest

I'm not interested in this type of gaming.

gradual decline

Things are slowing getting worse.

same as always

No change - the hobby is the same as it always has been.