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Written by Guillaume le Courageux   
Sunday, 25 May 2008
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Just recently, our community crossed the boundary of 2000 members. I considered this to be a good reason to create some detailed census of the registered Knights and Ladies of the Round Table of Bretonnia, as well as visitors dropping by. 

Registered Members census

As of this writing, there are 2035 members registered. Of these, 97% are authenticated. That means, the email following the registration is received and the authentication link is clicked, activating the account. From time to time, unauthenticated profiles get pruned which causes the minor fluctuations in the member count. 

Within the last 3 months, 511 members were last seen online (at least logging in once). 805 members filled in their country of origination, with a mayority coming from the English-speaking countries (US, UK, Canada, Australia). Of the non-English countries, there is a remarkable high number from Sweden and the Netherlands.

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Countries with less than three members were not included in the graph. You can also see the location of some members in the Members Map .

Looking at the origin in Bretonnia, we are clearly a crusading nation. Of the 553 members who chose a dukedom, almost a third is on crusade! Next is the dukedom of Mousillon, followed by Parravon. 

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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 27 May 2008 )
 
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The census of the Round Table May 26 2008 09:33
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Interesting number, too bad portugal isn't there
Re:The census of the Round Table May 26 2008 10:47
A lot of interesting information.

I also now know when to post updates in my log to get the most views ...

Also good to see Mousillon's near the top of the list of armies! Obviously a lot of people choose the most interesting duchy as their army origin. (Yes, I'm prejudiced.)
Re:The census of the Round Table May 26 2008 15:12
I don't see how 'none' or 'no answer' was taken into account though.
Re:The census of the Round Table May 26 2008 15:15
:: shrugs:: Who knows. But I think this is rather neat.
Re:The census of the Round Table May 26 2008 18:03
It is always funny to see one of the smallest countries in the world top the big ones: Belgium beats France, home of chivalry!

On second thought the reason is actually pretty simple: chauvenistic French want to read French.
Re:The census of the Round Table May 26 2008 18:47
Thank you for taking the time to write up those parameters, Gisoreux!

Americans have the highest registrants; however, you don't see that translation on the forums.
Re:The census of the Round Table May 26 2008 19:38
CHANKO wrote:
Thank you for taking the time to write up those parameters, Gisoreux!


For once I had nothing to do with it; all credit goes to the Good German.
Re:The census of the Round Table May 27 2008 05:32
Gisoreux de Ponthieu wrote:
CHANKO wrote:
Thank you for taking the time to write up those parameters, Gisoreux!


For once I had nothing to do with it; all credit goes to the Good German.

Wow, now there's even a movie about me (talking of which... are there gonna be more movie reviews from you?)

I don't see how 'none' or 'no answer' was taken into account though.
Well, not at all, that's why I did not include any percentages or pie charts. For the country, there are 805 entries, for the dukedom 553. The remainder of members either did not fill it, or chose "none".


Oh, and here's another interesting number: There are totally 49705 forum posts in 4933 topics.
Re:The census of the Round Table May 27 2008 09:18
Guillaume le Courageux wrote:
Gisoreux de Ponthieu wrote:
CHANKO wrote:
Thank you for taking the time to write up those parameters, Gisoreux!


For once I had nothing to do with it; all credit goes to the Good German.

Wow, now there's even a movie about me (talking of which... are there gonna be more movie reviews from you?)



If you wish...

And this is why I like statistics, you can learn so much from them:

  • The top four nations are all former Commonwealth nations and belong to the British-American world. New Zealand is a proud 13th former member.

  • The next big group is the so-called Germanic languages like German, Dutch and so on. A possible explanation is that English is also part of this group and easily accessible to us.

  • The Romanic languages however like Italian and French seem to have more reluctancy towards Warhammer Bretonnia even though Bretonnia is a France-inspired army.

  • Shame that there are few former Eastern Bloc countries: probably a different way of life plus not as wealthy as Western Europe and North America countries.
  • Re:The census of the Round Table May 29 2008 01:31
    Sweden has always been fairly strong, for some reason. Of course, that's where Earl Cadfael came from and (IIRC) Abbot Rhoderic.

    Robert de Giselles
    There are too many comments to list them all here. See the forum for the full discussion.

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