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Frammy - more voting!

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Which game/s would you like to play at Frammy 2014?

Poll ended at Sat Nov 09, 2013 7:05 am

Napoleonic 15mm DBN (Peeler)
5
15%
South American Wars of Liberation 1/60 (Simon – Parkfield Miniatures)
1
3%
War of Spanish Succession 20mm (Essex Boy)
7
21%
Monmouth Rebellion 1685 28mm (LT)
6
18%
ACW 28mm (Tim H)
8
24%
Colonial 1880 28mm (Tim H)
3
9%
WW2 - 10mm (Gavin P)
2
6%
Vietnam - 28mm (Gavin P)
1
3%
Battle of Britain aerial 1/300th (Gavin P)
1
3%
 
Total votes : 34

Frammy - more voting!

Postby levied troop » Mon Nov 04, 2013 7:05 am

Well it’s been quite a journey, a journey it’s been and there’s been a lot of tears and a lorra lorra laughs along the way. So here’s your final vote (unless of course, we get the wrong result, in which case, you’ll go back and do it again until you get it right).

Don’t forget, this time we’ve introduced some new games into the WD3 House, so read the details below.

This time you get three votes each. Three! I’m a fool to myself. And you can change your vote along the way. Voting open to midnight Friday. Well, realistically, when I get up on Saturday morning.

Peeler
Period – Napoleonic
Scale – 15mm
Rules – DBN
Number of players possible – Any number feasible
Length of play – half day or full day as required
Figures –provided
Size of table - 8x6

Simon – Parkfield Miniatures
Period 19th century-Chacabuco SA wars of Liberation
Scale 1/60
Basing – Multiple figure basing
Rules - Either bastardise Black powder, or my own
Number of players possible – minimum to maximum 2-4
Length of play – Half-full day
Figures –provided
Size of table - 6x6 or 6x4 (ish)

Essex Boy
Period - War of Spanish Succession
Scale 20mm
Basing – Multiple figure basing
Rules
Number of players possible –4
Length of play – Half day
Figures –provided
Size of table - 6x6 or 6x4 (ish)

LT
Monmouth Rebellion 1685
Period – Monmouth Rebellion 1685 – Norton St Phillip
Scale – 28mm
Basing – multiple figure bases
Rules – home grown set based on DBx principles
Number of players possible – 4-6
Length of play – one day
Figures – all provided
Size of table – 12x6

Tim Hall
1. largish ACW game. (6-8 players, two days)
2. The Colonial game circa 1880, (6-8 players, two days) but would need a lot more native types, I have plenty of Brits. And possibly that one could include Foreign troops as well.

Gavin P
Period - WW2
Scale - 10mm
Basing – doesn’t matter options
Rules - I ain't been shot mum!
Number of players possible – 2-6
Length of play – full day?
Figures – Provided and/or bring your own - BYO potentially in any scale provided you can do both sides
Size of table - 6x4, possibly multiple tables

I'm thinking of the mini-campaign Operation Charnwood from the TFL Special a year or so ago

Gavin P
Period - Vietnam
Scale - 28mm
Basing – Individual Figures
Rules - Homebrew amendments to 2HW FNG and possibly incorporating some of Chain of Command
Number of players possible – 2-4
Length of play – Half day+ (Could be multiple games in half a day, 1 game in a day, depends what people want and how it rolls)
Figures – Provided and/or bring your own
Size of table - 6x4, possibly 8x4?

Platoon based US forces v NVA VC. Village sweep, ambush scenarios, mini campaign whatever people want

Gavin P
Period - WW2 Air Battle of Britain - Possibly pick up and play side game
Scale - 1/300th 1/285th
Basing - Individual planes
Rules - Check Your 6! or Bag the Hun
Number of players possible - 2-10+
Length of play - 1 Hour-2 hours
Figures - Provided, can use any that are magnet or steel "based" with my flight stands or use anyone elses flight stands
Size of table 6x4


Goat Major's point is a good one, so this is possibly not the final decision and can be subject to a bit of (public and agreed) fiddling if there isn't a clear or physically achievable result. The outcome is to get to a game or set of games that commands interest.
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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby Etranger » Mon Nov 04, 2013 7:26 am

Votes for all, or just those planning on attending?
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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby valleyboy » Mon Nov 04, 2013 7:35 am

We should have got in earlier ET - I mean those of us not going and being jealous and block voted in a game to be played with barbie dolls or something
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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby Peeler » Mon Nov 04, 2013 8:33 am

I'd think just those attending? I ain't playing with no Barbie dolls :-O
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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby goat major » Mon Nov 04, 2013 8:47 am

This is so organised. Am i in the right forum ?
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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby Cameronian » Mon Nov 04, 2013 8:56 am

Frammy? Que?
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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby goat major » Mon Nov 04, 2013 8:59 am

Cam, its a WD3 games day next October in Framlingham. Start reading here.... http://www.wd3.eu/wd3/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=2593
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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby world2dave » Mon Nov 04, 2013 10:50 am

I was thinking of voting for Peeler's DBN, but then realised I wasn't sure how far the rules allowed a unit to move backwards, so was left in confusion and doubt. If only it had come up at Gettysburg in Scarborough.. Peeler, could you confirm?
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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby Cameronian » Mon Nov 04, 2013 12:26 pm

goat major wrote:Cam, its a WD3 games day next October in Framlingham. Start reading here.... http://www.wd3.eu/wd3/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=2593


Now I am understanding. Suffolk? Dinnae think I'll be there ;)
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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby levied troop » Mon Nov 04, 2013 12:54 pm

Etranger wrote:Votes for all, or just those planning on attending?


It would be really helpful if only those planning to attend would vote. But don't let that stop you commenting on preferences :d

I think we currently have 7 definites and 5 possibles.
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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby levied troop » Mon Nov 04, 2013 1:00 pm

The current positions are:

ACW 28mm - 22%
War of Spanish Succession 20mm - 22%
Monmouth Rebellion 1685 28mm - 19%
Napoleonic 15mm DBN - 15%
Colonial 1880 28mm – 11%
WW2 - 10mm - 4%
South American Wars of Liberation 1/60 – 4%
Battle of Britain aerial 1/300th – 4%
Vietnam - 28mm - 0
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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby Peeler » Mon Nov 04, 2013 1:40 pm

world2dave wrote:I was thinking of voting for Peeler's DBN, but then realised I wasn't sure how far the rules allowed a unit to move backwards, so was left in confusion and doubt. If only it had come up at Gettysburg in Scarborough.. Peeler, could you confirm?
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Ahem, well clearly it doth depend upon which type of troops you are moving backwards, which is always a retrograde step, but generally, for close order foot, its a mere 100 paces :d
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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby world2dave » Mon Nov 04, 2013 1:57 pm

Thanks mate, that's a lot clearer. So not 200 paces then?
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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby Peeler » Mon Nov 04, 2013 2:07 pm

No. Unless they're Light Infantry. Or Jaegers. But ordinary close order foot is a mere 100. Backwards. In reverse. Retiring. Not going forward, but going backwards. It's the same in DBN as in DBAcw. For close order foot that is.
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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby Paul » Mon Nov 04, 2013 3:34 pm

Cameronian wrote:
goat major wrote:Cam, its a WD3 games day next October in Framlingham. Start reading here.... http://www.wd3.eu/wd3/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=2593


Now I am understanding. Suffolk? Dinnae think I'll be there ;)


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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby Cameronian » Mon Nov 04, 2013 5:36 pm

Paul wrote:
Cameronian wrote:
goat major wrote:Cam, its a WD3 games day next October in Framlingham. Start reading here.... http://www.wd3.eu/wd3/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=2593


Now I am understanding. Suffolk? Dinnae think I'll be there ;)


No sense of commitment :P


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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby valleyboy » Mon Nov 04, 2013 6:06 pm

Errr thinking about this and of course not voting because I won't be there and that is solely on account of the fact that that there's no "games with Barbie option" and nothing to do with distance I'd add :^O I would like to register a vote in a "its not fair I can't go, I'm goping to thcream" box :d

As an aside keep telling us the tally LT as those of us not voting cannot see the score :((
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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby levied troop » Mon Nov 04, 2013 6:34 pm

Your merest whim is my command Kerry.

Some small changes in the voting pattern as ACW puts it's nose ahead:

Current voting

ACW 28mm - 23%
War of Spanish Succession 20mm - 20%
Monmouth Rebellion 1685 28mm - 17%
Napoleonic 15mm DBN - 13%
Colonial 1880 28mm – 10%
WW2 - 10mm - 7%
South American Wars of Liberation 1/60 – 3%
Battle of Britain aerial 1/300th – 3%
Vietnam - 28mm – 3%
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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby Buff Orpington » Mon Nov 04, 2013 7:27 pm

Cameronian wrote:
goat major wrote:Cam, its a WD3 games day next October in Framlingham. Start reading here.... http://www.wd3.eu/wd3/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=2593


Now I am understanding. Suffolk? Dinnae think I'll be there ;)

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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby Essex Boy » Mon Nov 04, 2013 7:57 pm

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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby grizzlymc » Mon Nov 04, 2013 8:35 pm

Buff Orpington wrote:
Cameronian wrote:
goat major wrote:Cam, its a WD3 games day next October in Framlingham. Start reading here.... http://www.wd3.eu/wd3/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=2593


Now I am understanding. Suffolk? Dinnae think I'll be there ;)

Pity EB isn't driving there, he could have picked you up on the way. :-

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Re: Frammy - more voting!

Postby Peeler » Mon Nov 04, 2013 10:31 pm

Kerry, get yourself there, ya hear me!!
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