First Man In Rome Campaign Rules

Jim Naughton has written a set of campaign rules for DBA

about the last stage of the Roman Republic. In it, each player will represent a Praetor, the second rank of Roman senior magistrates, and the lowest rank empowered with Imperium, the power to command Roman armies and exercise governorship of a Roman province. Eventually some praetors will advance to the rank of consul, and occasionally dictator. Ultimately the goal is to amass sufficient prestige to stand unchallenged as First Man in Rome.

Hat Tip: Rich Baier

Alexius – Byzantine Empire Campaign

From the Perfect Captain comes Alexius, a campain game set in the Byzantine Empire in the time of the Crusades.

Clauswitz’ War: Theatre-Level Napoleonic Campaign Rules

Clauswitz’ War: Theatre-Level Napoleonic Campaign Rules is a set of free wargames rules for Napoleonic campaigns. The author writes:

These rules are designed to be used to represent theatre-level campaigning with armies of several corps per side during the Napoleonic period. Each turn is a day, and maps covering an area from 100 – 500 miles on a side with good detail (roads, rivers, towns) should be used. The intent of these rules is not to depict campaigning 100% accurately, but to provide a referee with basic guidelines for running a Kriegspiel-type game for the generation of tabletop engagements. All dice are ordinary 6-sided dice.