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Pax Romana PBEM – Turn 1 (and the last)

So, starting the game up. In first activation, perhaps not surprisingly Greece decided to hold his interests in Roman territory and send SoF army there. Fueled by destructive rage he went off to punish innocent Capuans and burned the town … Continue reading

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Best of wishes for 2017

2016 was a year that had saw some interesting activities. Most notably there was typical summer miniature gaming spree where Signal Close Action took prominent role, with some Basic Impetus (now also 2nd ed.) and Drums and Shakos Large Battles thrown in between. So the … Continue reading

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Alea iacta est – Pax Romana PBEM starting

Decided to join up four player advanced Pax Romana PBEM game by Vassal Engine. It has been in making for over a month but finally we have reached a state when things should start to move about a bit quicker. … Continue reading

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Pax Romana, scenario II

There was an opportunity to play second scenario of Pax Romana, a two player game that pits Carthage and Rome against each other. Goal was simple, to destroy the capital of the other, or failing that, victory by VP’s. I … Continue reading

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More about Pax Romana

Now that we have tried Pax Romana in four player configuration – only two turns, and stripped basic mode to get the feel of the system, several things become evident. Scalabilty Pax Romana is remarkable game because of the scalability … Continue reading

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Pax Romana – initial impressions

Long, long ago I got copy of Imperium Romanum II. It was a fantastic idea to incorporate more or less whole Roman history in a single box, but unfortunately so flimsy that gameplay resembled more of extensive bookkeeping exercise than … Continue reading

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