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POLL: Generals of the Blood - Who Was the Best? (Round 2)


455 votes were cast by total voters.


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Rabelais writes:

Tokugawa Ieyasu wasn't part of any 'royal' family, unless fraudulently claiming descent from the Fujiwara or Minamoto counts. He'd also count as self-made, having essentially made himself Shogun.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Black Prince, The
36
8%
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Charlemagne
50
11%
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Charles XII (Sweden)
31
7%
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Frederick the Great
67
15%
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Henry V
42
9%
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Jan III Sobieski (Poland)
22
5%
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Maurice de Saxe
31
7%
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Prince Eugene of Savoy
36
8%
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Richard the Lionheart
36
8%
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Shaka Zulu
27
6%
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Suleiman the Magnificent
26
6%
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Tokugawa Ieyasu
30
7%
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all of the above
1
0%
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none of these/no opinion
11
2%
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this is ridiculous
2
0%
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not my genre
2
0%
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not my cup of tea
5
1%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Korvessa Supporting Member of TMP writes:

Who are considered some the best generals who were born of royal blood? Some rules to make the conversation more interesting:
  1. Let's not count the two most obvious choices: Alexander of Macedon & Gustavus Adolphus
  2. Self-made royalty doesn't count (so, no Napoleons)
  3. Have to have been considered part of the royal family at the time (so no Robert the Bruces)

Poll set up by Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian, based on this pre-poll discussion.