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BoLS 2011 Readers Choice Awards: 40k/WFB/WM/ETC… VOTING

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Dec 27 2011
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Its VOTING TIME!

BoLS is holding its 3rd annual Readers Choice Awards. That means YOU guys get to select the best products Games Workshop, Privateer Press, Battlefront, Mantic, and all the others manufacturers have released this year in the Metal Miniatures, Plastic Miniatures, and Rules/Armybook categories.

We’ve already opened up the floor for nominees and narrowed them down to the following choices.  Here we go: The three categories for this year (in alphabetical order) are:

Best Metal-Resin Miniature 2011 Finalists
This category covers lower volume miniatures designed in either metal, or resin that are not subject to the production and design restrictions of high volume kits.
Celestial Fulcrum (Privateer Press)
Contemptor Dreadnought (Forgeworld)
Flower Knight (Kingdom Death)
Ogre Kingdoms Firebelly (Games Workshop)
Reverend Custodiers (Infiniti)




Best Plastic Miniature 2011 Finalists
This category covers the high volume injected plastic kits optimized for large production runs.

Dark Eldar Scourges (Games Workshop)
Dwarf Berzerkers (Avatars of War)
Grey Knight Terminators (Games Workshop)
Necrosphinx (Games Workshop)

Thundertusk/Stonehorn (Games Workshop)

Best Rulebook/Armybook 2011 Finalists
This category covers both rule-sets, campaign setting, and army books published for a miniatures game of any genre.
Domination (Privateer Press)
Dreadfleet (Games Workshop)
Grey Knights Codex (Games Workshop)
Super Dungeon Explore (Soda Pop Miniatures)
Tamurkhan – Throne of Chaos (Forgeworld)

Down below this post are three polls for our categories. Go cast your vote. We close the voting in one week, and will send out big fancy trophies to this year’s deserving winners.  

So have at it, fellow members of the Academy! Submit your entries and make your opinion count. So who do you think is most worthy?  Don’t be shy.

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