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Subject: Top 100 Analysis December 5, 2006 rss

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JonMichael Rasmus
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After all I've done for you, working my fingers to the bone.

'Cause we only act like children when we argue fuss and fight:
Prime Movers
ZÈRTZ +5 #62

Falling Stars
Friedrich -5 #67

Hot Lava Birth
Leonardo Da Vinci #95

Top Ten Trends
Age of Steam +1 #8
Ra -1 #9

Top 5 Winning Movers
Ticket to Ride
Advanced Squad Leader (ASL)

New Highest Peaks
Hive #93
Leonardo da Vinci #95

52 Weeks
Medici (86)
Highest position: #82 for 6 weeks
Peak Date: March 21, 2006
Lowest Position: 99

Prime Movers

Falling Stars

Hot Lava Birth
BattleLore #12

Top Ten Trends
DAK2 +1 #1
A Victory Lost -1 #2
Bitter Woods (4th Edition) +1 #10

Top Ten Card Games for December 5, 2006
1. Up Front (1)
2. San Juan (2)
3. Tichu (3)
4. Battle Line (4)
5. Lost Cities (5)
6. Banzai: Up Front Expansion (6)
7. For Sale (8)
8. Citadels (7)
9. St. Petersburg (9)
10. Bridge (10)
(May 23, 2006)

Small Run and New Games
1. Advanced Squad Leader (ASL) Starter Kit #2
2. Blood Bowl: Living RuleBook
3. Dreamblade
4. Gamut of Games, A
5. RAF
6. Imperial
7. Shogun
8. Downtown: Air War Over Hanoi, 1965-1972
9. Great Battles of Alexander, The: Deluxe Edition
10. Full Métal Planète

Lots to mention even in passing this week. ZÈRTZ & Friedrich swap places which is weird considering the relative lack of movement of those around them. Leo finally joins the cast of the top 100 pushing out the Blood Bowl: Living Rule Book which also falls to #2 on SRaNG list. Funkenschlag finally mustered enough votes to climb out that list as well. Dreamblade looks like the next to go with only 9 more ratings needed. Card games haven't changed much since May with only For Sale and Citadels wapping spots. DAK2 finally ends its run as the bridesmaid on the wargame chart (a phrase you can only turn once before you get advanced upon with a pincer movement). BattleLore struts its stuff onto the Wargames chart as well. (It would be 13th on the SRaNG chart.) Also check out the Wiki page Top 100 Analysis which should answer any questions that anyone has on this undertaking. [Note: an original posting incorrectly failed to notice that Carabande became PitchCar.]

Have a good week.
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"that's a smith and wesson, and you've had your six"
Last week it was Bonaparte at Marengo, this week it's Friedrich. Looks like some of the new popular wargames are taking a beating lately.

Looks like AoS and Ra are in the Dance mode.
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