March with the legions against the enemies of Rome in this role-playing game of military adventures.
In Centurion: Legionaries of Rome, players play scouts, spies, or special troops marching under the eagle of Rome. The book supports games in the Late Republic (from the Second Punic War to the rise of Gaius Marius), the Civil Wars (from Marius to Augustus), the Principate... [click here for more]
Vikings - they invoked fear in the monks of England and fascination in the Victorians from that same nation. Raiders and reivers, explorers and merchants, the men from the North left no part of Europe untouched, and reached beyond, to lands only imagined or wholly unknown. Their imprint on European history is so strong, they have their own eponymous epoch. Dread warriors, they have been a staple of... [click here for more]
Defying physics and common sense, you are legendary heroes protecting the royal house of 25th Dynasty Egypt from both internal enemies and the marauding Assyrian army. Do you want to leap from crocodile head to crocodile head before planting your sandaled foot directly in the face of an Assyrian giant bearing an axe bigger than you? Do you want to rebound off the side of a pyramid and fly into the... [click here for more]
You are the greatest heroes of the 25th Dynasty in Ancient Egypt, protecting the royal family from the predations of the Assyrian Empire – the military superpower of the age. As the Assyrian war machine draws closer to the Egyptian capital of Waset, the Pharaoh's ablest councillor – his cousin, the Princess – becomes a target. As the assassins close in, they face the furious fists,... [click here for more]
A group of Vikings cast ashore find a village stripped of its warriors. The chieftain speaks of a witch, once a wise woman of the village, now bitter and flushed with hatred. The village suffers under her curse, and he has lost many men in attempting to free it. He cannot risk any more. And these adventurers, lately come from the sea, lost and in need of aid? Can they save the village of Kalved? ... [click here for more]