Last Updated
Mon Nov 15 19:48:53 PST 1999
Voters = 5

Voting Results

Favorite Rules
Point of Attack (Piquet)80%
Great Battles of World War II20%

Rules Regularly Played
rules played regularlypercentage
Point of Attack (Piquet)80%
Great Battles of World War II40%

Number of Rules Regularly Played
number of rules played regularlypercentage
1 rules played80%
2 rules played20%

Rules Tried
rules played at least oncepercentage
Great Battles of World War II80%
Point of Attack (Piquet)80%

Number of Rules Tried
number of rules playedpercentage
2 rules played60%
1 rules played40%

Voters, By Experience
level of experiencepercentage
Up To Twenty Years40%
Twenty Years or More20%
Two to Three Years20%
Up To Ten Years20%

Voters, By Region
North America100%

Voters, By Setting
usual game settingpercentage
With a friend or two60%
At the local game store40%

Number of Armies
number of armies owned or usedpercentage
1 army/armies20%
10 army/armies20%
13 army/armies20%
5 army/armies20%
9 army/armies20%

Armies Owned/Used
armies owned or usedpercentage
United States of America80%
Germany - Paratroops60%
Britain - Paratroops40%
Germany - S.S.40%
Soviet Union40%
United States of America - Marines40%
United States of America - Paratroops40%
British Commonwealth20%
Soviet Union - Guards20%
Spain - Nationalist20%
Spain - Republican20%

Periods Played
1944 France80%
1942 North Africa60%
1943 Mediterranean60%
1944 Sigfried Line60%
1945 Western Front60%
1940 Blitzkrieg40%
1941 North Africa40%
1942 Russia40%
1943 Russia40%
1943-45 Italy40%
1944-45 Pacific40%
1939 Polish Campaign20%
1939-40 Winter War20%
1940 Africa20%
1941 Russia20%
1941-42 Southeast Asia20%
1941-45 Burma20%
1941-45 Insurgency20%
1942 South-West Pacific20%
1943 Pacific20%
1943 South-West Pacific20%
1944 Eastern Front20%
1945 Eastern Front20%
Pre-1939 Europe20%

Number of Periods Played
number of genres/periods playedpercentage
12 periods20%
2 periods20%
20 periods20%
4 periods20%
6 periods20%

Scales Used
figure scalepercentage
6mm (including 1:285 and 1:300 scales)20%

Number of Scales
number of figure scale(s) used
(per person)
1 figure scale(s) used80%
2 figure scale(s) used20%

John Leahy

It was in 1944 in France. The U.S. and Brits were confidently advancing when the Germans - a mixture of regulars, SS and some falschirmjagers - struck back at the Brits halting their advance. The Americans thought that they could show the poor Brits how it was done, and only ended up getting smacked by the Germans for their effort. The U.S. finally forced the Germans to retire by the judicious use of arty and jabbos. A very close run thing for the Allies. Maybe the War won't be over by Christmas? [19 Apr 99]

Victor Cina

I lost. buts thats the way with Italians [10 Apr 99]

Bob Jones

Big table 5x16 France 1940-Following the Sedan breakout. Stukas, poor French command and Morale lead to a 4th turn collapse. Some Chasseurs regts, supported by heavy weapons and the remants of a DCR unit tried to cover the retreat, but were overwhelmed. [6 Apr 99]

Hal Smith

Our morale was running low, even though we had just forced the last Tiger batallion to retire. After overruning some Volksturm between the treelines, our last two Sherman batallions could see the German artillery park, at the end of the small, wooded slope, valley. As the Shermans proceeded pell-mell for the guns, out from the woods on both flanks, panzergranadiers and PaK40's opened up, slaughering the tanks, causing the small remainder to flee in disaarray. Realising we had no reserves to plug the hole the Shermans left, our side called it a game [27 Mar 99]

Rob Chellis

A Piquet POA battle with German's defending a hill position on interior lines vs. an allied combined arms attack. A back and forth event that was very exciting to all involved. [26 Mar 99]