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    Well folks it's time to put down the brushes and don your judging cap's as the mighty Kingdom Death contest comes to a close. We have 38 cracking entries of such a high standard Poots is probably just wet himself with excitement!!

    But from those 38 we must go all Highlander on they're ass because 'THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE'. Just one single victor to take the spoils but its a lot of spoils, every new Kingdom Death release for a year!!

    So without further ado lets get the polls open and you may begin voting (once you've read the rules, and please do because there is always someone that doesnt, they are pretty simple!!)

    The Rules:

    1. You must be registered and logged in to vote.
    2. You have 3 votes to cast.
    3. All 3 votes must be cast in one go.
    4. You MUST use 3 votes, each for a different entry.
    5. Voting will remain open for 6 days until 3pm Monday 21st November 2011 (GMT)
    6. Results will remain hidden until the poll closes.
    7. You may not vote on your own entries, anyone found doing so will have their votes removed (and yes I know who voted for what!)
    All the entries are here:

    Gallery

    entries are listed with their name and entrant - make sure you pick the right ones! They are shown in the poll in the corresponding order to the gallery

    If you have any questions feel free to contact me.

    • boyzie
      #29
      boyzie commented
      Editing a comment
      Originally posted by Coenus
      Ah, the problem is that if you get in this topic through the WAMP homepage, you view it in a reduced format (with very short replies, all posts being just thin 'bars' except for the first one) and the poll isn't up there. At the bottom of the opening post by Darklord, in very small letters, it say 'view original post' or something like that.
      Clicking there will bring you to a 'proper' looking thread, with big poll (maaaaannnyyy entries) on top. You can also get there through the forums (competitions, current contests, Kingdom Death 2011 voting)
      Hope this helps. And makes sense.
      Yes that did it. Thought I was going crazy.

    • MaGie
      #30
      MaGie commented
      Editing a comment
      My votes are in!
      What a wonderful gallery, this must be really inspiring for Poots :)
      Many great game hunters, not very unexpected as it's a great model. Well done everybody, and good luck in the contest!

    • shanerozzell
      #31
      shanerozzell
      Banned
      shanerozzell commented
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      Voting has now closed and recorded for this contest. Results will be up in a few days. Well done to everyone that took the time to enter it produced some excellent miniatures.
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