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"Strelets are...probably at the top of the pyramid..."
Wow! A 1/32 pyramid would fill the whole house...!
I am more of a PC gamer at heart myself, so the lower numbers of the 1/32 scale work fine for 20th century conflicts but just make it more difficult (and expensive) to make large formations for earlier eras in my opinion. But if it makes the company some money, then why not?
whilst we appreciate the merits of bigger scales, we are fans of historical 1/72 scale miniatures and will remain in this niche in foreseeable future.
Thank you for replying. I suspected that would be the case and it makes perfect sense. Focus on what you do well—and you do it d@mned well, as Roger pointed out above!
Donald, from my network, which is small on a personal level, but increased greatly by blogs, I get the strong impression that most people restrict themselves to a single, preferred scale, be it 5/6 mm, 15 mm, 20 mm, 1/72 (perhaps with a bit of 20 mm/25 mm thrown in), 30 mm, 54 mm, or larger for model makers. However, the results of the Great Wargaming Survey suggest over 50% or respondents use three or more scales: https://www.karwansaraypublishers.com/wss_gws/gws-2019-scale-versus-style/
I'm into a bit of cross-over, so to speak, in selected eras, so perhaps I'm in the norm, for a change :joy: