What Kind of Wargamer are You? Survey and Contest

What Kind of Wargamer are You? Survey and Contest

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Previous article WW1 Russians (also Russo-Japanese and Civil War) On the Way!

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Robert - October 23, 2020

“Sing, O muse, of the rage of Achilles, son of Peleus, that brought countless ills upon the Achaeans.”

Plastic Trojan War minis. There are no plastic Trojan War minis. Chariots, spear, skirmishers, heroes….

Nate - October 23, 2020

I want to see sci-fi tanks for Death Fields that look like tanks. Too many people make grungy oddly-proportioned vaguely WWII-shaped sci-fi tanks covered in sponsons and extra turrets, nobody makes sci-fi tanks that borrow from the sleeker and more elegant aesthetics of the late Cold War/post-Cold War era.

Steven Clark - October 23, 2020

I’m running a world war 2 campaign, so British/Commonwealth, Americans, French, Germans, Soviets, Italian and Japanese are all good…

I’m a huge Fantasy gamer…Bretonnians, High Elves, Dwarves, Mercenaries (or Empire) from a certain system being my armies. But my wife likes Japanese, and fictional Elf and Amazons too. I’ve been remise in collecting evil armies however and now Beastmen/Herd armies, Orcs, Ogres and Lizardmen (wild, savage, primal armies) are appealing to me.

Sci-fi I’ve always favoured Imperial Guard, Eldar, Space Marines or Tau (things that look sci-fi and/or modern) as well as Tyranids, before they became Shooty, to use examples from a well known manufacturer…but I want to develop my own system, and things that have a light sci-fi infantry (Starship Troopers Mobile Infantry, Aliens Colonial Marines, Babylon 5 Earth force, Mass Effect Systems Alliance etc.) feel and aesthetic are most appealing.

Alexander - October 23, 2020

A big request – when creating models of Russians, do not look back at the cinema. :) Vodka, matryoshka, balalaika and Rasputin are just a stamp. :) This is a joke. But, nevertheless, for example, a quilted jacket – the soldiers wore it only in winter (in Russia, and even in mysterious Siberia, there is summer every year, really!). Such stereotypes have already ceased to amuse, they are beginning to annoy.
I am not a historian, but I am ready to help anyone who wishes to find information on the uniform and organization of the Russian or Soviet army.

Donald Hartman - October 23, 2020

More WWI, Austro-Hungarians, Russians, and maybe even some Serbs. Heavy weapons
for WWI, machine guns, mortars, and maybe even some field guns.

ConstableGrey - October 23, 2020

Troops for the various African civil wars and European mercenaries would be cool.

Alex Taylor - October 23, 2020

Like some others, I’m not sure if my vote submitted properly, so here’s what I’d most like to see: Dark Age Welsh and Carolingian Franks! Nobody has made any plastics yet for either of those, and the existing metals are mostly very ugly. I’m very keen to put together a warband of each, suitable for SAGA and other skirmish games.

Mark Bevis - October 23, 2020

I see there is an animal survey on your FB page, so I’ll add to the comments in my survey result – camels! Dromedary single hump types. Lots of ancient, Napoleonic and colonial armies (and a few WW1 and WW2) used camelry units. So a box of plain camels would be nice, so that people can do their own conversions. And/or that you could use for making your own camelry sets to complete existing ranges.

I saw on a previous article you said WA want to make the most comprehensive of ranges, so be sure to complete existing ranges as well as adding new ones.

Michael - October 23, 2020

1960s to 80s warsaw & nato forces wpuld be cool. Maybe something with NBC options like HECU from Half Life?

Matteo - October 23, 2020

Please, expand your Aechemenid Persian range! Chariots and Heavy Cavalry in particular, I love your set!

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