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Games Workshop - Petition for Change

najo

Mortarch of the Dark Soul
True Blood
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They're over 7500+ signatures. Wow!
 

crafty0ne

Ghoul
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A Nice sentiment, But I doubt GW will listen. however, GW is a publicly traded company. If everyone who signed the petition went out and bought a share.....then we might be onto something.
 

Rykashu

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Agreed that it is a nice thought, but I fear the attempt will ultimately be as useless as the petitions seen floating around social media sites like Facebook. Although as @crafty0ne pointed out, buying stock in the company would be a potentially effective way to influence change.
 

Banat

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THANKS FOR THE INPUT STEVE!

Unfortunately this letter is grounded on the assertion that the vast majority of GW customers buy models to play the game, without backing their assertion up with statistics. I've heard statistics that cite exactly the opposite, that only 40% of customers buy models to use for wargaming, most are just for sitting on shelves and looking pretty.

Also I'm fairly certain that GW base their model pricing on how good each individual model is on the tabletop (then the number and material, i.e. resin) i.e. paying attention precisely to the game side of things.
 

Mikune Folf

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I signed this petition because it makes some sense, it probably won't get anywhere but even if it doesn't it was still worth signing for the slim chance it would!


THANKS FOR THE INPUT STEVE!

Unfortunately this letter is grounded on the assertion that the vast majority of GW customers buy models to play the game, without backing their assertion up with statistics. I've heard statistics that cite exactly the opposite, that only 40% of customers buy models to use for wargaming, most are just for sitting on shelves and looking pretty.

Also I'm fairly certain that GW base their model pricing on how good each individual model is on the tabletop (then the number and material, i.e. resin) i.e. paying attention precisely to the game side of things.


That video made me laugh a lot.
 
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