Rome at War
King of Kings
the Euphrates to the Indus, the writ of the
King of Kings stood supreme in the Sassanid
Persian Empire. Enforcing this power was
the Sassanid army, with its herds of war
elephants and its awesome armored cavalry.
For four hundred years the Sassanids battled
first the Romans and then the Byzantines,
until Arab armies fueled by the passion of
Islam swept over both old foes.
King of Kings is a new book supplement
for the Rome
at War game series, using
the same format as the many books we've published
for the Panzer Grenadier or Great War at
Sea series. It is not playable by itself;
pieces and maps from Fading
(and only from Fading Legions) are required
to enjoy all of its scenarios.
But there are also new armies: Palmyra and
Parthia fight both Persian and Roman enemies,
and there are new units and leaders for Persia
and Rome as well. All told there are 88 double-sized and 88 more merely large playing pieces (that's a full sheet and half of another); all of them scorchless, sootless laser-cut little works of art on our new tile-like material. There are also background
articles and over a dozen new scenarios.
Status: Coming Soon!
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