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Adam Starkweather
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Hey guys, just some shilling in support of some of my friends that are up for a CSR....

Please consider AVL for best WWII game. Tetsuya cares about this and it would be a wonderful way to say to Tetsuya that you appreciate his work...

FitS lost by only a handful of votes last year - every single vote counts!!!

Also, please also consider A Victory Lost for best graphics. The rule book layout is all Niko, Brian and Vincent and they did a great job. This is very much also what you are voting for when you vote for best graphics. Tell them you think they did a great job. And, if you want to give consideration of what is in it for you, a win gives me ammo with Brian on the next color rulebook.



...and I happen to think that when the game is setup, the counters and map really shine...a whole that is perhaps greater than the sum of its parts.

Your vote really counts - the winner is the game with the most votes - period. You don't have to vote for more than one thing - you don't have to fill in all the spots or even make more than one vote in any catagory.

Anyway, to enter your ballot, just cut and paste the following with your selections in an email to kranz@consimworld.com. Put "CSR Awards" in the subject line to help John sort the emails....








CSR 2006 Award Ballot
Please copy and paste into an email, complete, and send to:
kranz@consimworld.com (subj: CSR Awards).

Eligibility Requirements: Eligible games are new, original releases
and new editions. Straight reprints/remakes do not qualify.
The CSR Advisory group will determine if the degree of changes,
improvements, enhancements to the previous edition are sufficient
enough to warrant eligibility.

A list of games published in 2006 can be found here:
http://grognard.com/info1/game06.html


Best Pre-World War II Boardgame
(name specific box game or magazine game)
1.
2.
3.

Best World War II Boardgame
(name specific box game or magazine game)
1.
2.
3.

Best Post-WWII, Modern Era Boardgame
(name specific box game or magazine game)
1.
2.
3.

Best Wargame Graphics
(name specific box game or magazine game)
1.
2.
3.

Best DTP-Produced Boardgame
(best amateur (DTP) desktop-published boardgame)
1.
2.
3.

Best Magazine-Published Boardgame
(best boardgame published in a magazine)
1.
2.
3.

Best Pre-20th Century Era Computer Wargame
1.
2.
3.

Best 20th Century Era Computer Wargame
1.
2.
3.

Best Game Review or Game Analysis
(name magazine, issue #, title, and author)
1.
2.
3.

Best Historical or Scenario Article
(name magazine, issue #, title, and author)
1.
2.
3.

James F. Dunnigan Award for Design Elegance and Playability
(To a Game Designer, Developer, Graphic Artist, or game for
outstanding achievement)
1.
2.
3.

Clausewitz Award HALL OF FAME
A career achievement award to an individual in the game industry;
past winners (please don't nominate these individuals) include:
Richard Berg, Gene Billingsley, Ty Bomba, Joe Balkoski, Dean Essig,
Jack Greene, Don Greenwood, Mark Herman, Larry Hoffman, Chris
Perello, Ted Raicer, & Vance von Borries, JD Webster, Joseph Miranda.
1.
2.
3.

Best Professional Wargame Magazine
1.
2.
3.

Best Amateur Wargame Magazine
1.
2.
3.
 
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Mehmet Fatih Bas
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Done.
I hope AVL gets this award.

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