Wargame: The Roman Invasion, AD 43-84

Peter Dennis

In the ‘Battle for Britain' series, well-known historical illustrator Peter Dennis breathes life back into the 19th century paper soldier - supplying all the artwork needed to create the armies which struggled for supremacy through our island history. Here, the Legions of Rome and the fierce Celtic inhabitants of Britannia can clash again using sim
Date Published :
April 2017
Publisher :
Helion and Company
Contributor(s) :
Andy Callan
Language:
English
Series :
Battle for Britain
Illustration :
approx. 12 photos & original figure artwork
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781911512035
Pages : 48
Dimensions : 11.75 X 8.25 inches
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$29.95

Overview
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In the Battle for Britain series, well-known historical illustrator Peter Dennis breathes life back into the 19th century paper soldier, supplying all the artwork neede to create the armies which struggled for supremacy through our island history. Here, the Legions of Rome and the fierce Celtic inhabitants of Britannia can clash again using simple rules from veteran wargamer Andy Callan. This source book shows you how to copy and make any number of colourful and durable stands of troops using traditional skills with glue and scissors. To play the game you will need a tabletop playing surface, a tape measure and a handful of dice.

About The Author
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Peter has made his living as a freelance illustrator for 40 years, mostly working on historical subjects, notably in recent years for Osprey in the UK, and for various wargame figure manufacturers in the form of box art. Jacobites were the subject of his first experiments with paper soldiers. He is half-Scottish and the subject has always had a special appeal. Castles formed a major theme in his days as a children's book illustrator so in 'Castle assault' he is returning to his illustrative roots  and squeezing as much masonry and siege equipment as he can into the format, alongside Bannockburn and more Scottish heroics. Peter has played with toy soldiers in one way or another for most of his life, and his work and hobby come together in this paper soldier revival project with Helion books. He lives in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, in the UK.

Andy Callan has written many articles in wargames magazines and is renowned for his innovative approach to wargaming.

REVIEWS
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"Everything you need in this and the book below, to enable you to have a meaningful and enjoyable war game based on the Roman invasions of AD43-84, and to relive the Battle of the Spanish Armada. Absolutely brilliant!"

- Books Monthly

“This book provides an excellent way of raising large armies relatively cheaply, without having to spend time painting them, and simple, playable rules that can also be used with figures of any scale by adjusting the movement rates and ranges appropriately.” 

- Miniature Wargames, March 2017

“Everything you need in this to enable you to have a meaningful and enjoyable war game based on the Roman invasions of AD43-84. Absolutely brilliant!”

- Books Monthly

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