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POLL: Gaming with Stretcher Bearers


234 votes were cast.


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Thomas Whitten writes:

I guess, in a hobby where the premise of the vast majority of games involves taking lives, a game with the premise of saving lives would cause some unease.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
yes - sounds exciting
14
6%
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yes
21
9%
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yes - I'd like to try it
72
31%
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not sure
39
17%
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no, probably not
53
23%
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no
21
9%
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no, I'm offended by the idea
9
4%
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not a gamer
0
0%
 
not interested in WWI
5
2%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Miniature Wargaming magazine, issue 287, included Stretcher Bearer, a game by Ian Coleman portraying "the brave lads from the Royal Army Medical Corps" in WWI. Players compete in running stretcher bearer teams from the Regimental Aid Post to rearward positions.

Would such a game appeal to you?