Pendragon: The Fall of Roman Britain

Pendragon: The Fall of Roman Britain

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Volume VIII in GMT’s COIN Series transports us into the 4th and 5th Centuries A.D. and to the embattled Isle of Britannia. Pendragon – The Fall of Roman Britain covers a century of history from the first large-scale raids of Irish, Pict, and Saxon raiders, to the establishment of successor kingdoms, both Celtic and Germanic. This sumptuous volume adapts the celebrated asymmetrical COIN engine to depict the political, military, religious, and economic struggles of Dark Ages Britain.

Shrouded in mists of myth and legend, this story so foundational to many national groups has been subject to many different narratives and interpretations. The traditional Victorian vision of brutal and violent conquest of Roman and Celtic Britain by Anglo-Saxon raiders and invaders now collides with modern historical views ranging from continuity of tribal rivalries to quasi-peaceful cohabitation and acculturation.

So as Britain, the Island of the Mighty, is engulfed in the din of swords and spears and the acrid smoke of burning thatch, will you join the packs of wolves who feast on the once proud Empire, or will you rally the Dragon standards of the Pen Ddraig, the Chief Dragon, lord of battles of the Britons, to try to preserve your people’s lands and wealth?

Components:
A 22” x 34” mounted game board
A deck of 83 playing cards
Over 300 red, dark blue, light blue, black, green, and gold wooden playing pieces
6 gray and 6 white wooden pawns
4 foldout Faction player aid sheets
2 foldout Non-player faction aid sheets
2 Sequence of Play and Battle aid sheets
A sheet of markers
Rulebook
Playbook
4 6-sided dice and 3 4-sided dice

Players: 1-4 (includes full solitaire system)

Map: Area Movement

Timescale: about 15 years per campaign between Epoch cards
360 min
1 - 4 joueurs
12+

Disponibilité: En stock

114,99 $CA
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Langue (s) us
Éditeur GMT
Auteur Marc Gouyon-Réty