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Hordes and Heroes: Medieval Fantasy

Hordes & Heroes Fantasy rule system is based on H&H Medieval with the addition of magic and special rules to reflect the particular fighting characteristics associated with particular fantasy armies. It is designed as a fast play tabletop wargame, which uses hexagon marked terrain as a precise and effective method for moving troops. The rule system is simple and easy to learn, yet sophisticated enough to allow “realistic“ battles to be fought between a diverse range of fantasy armies. It is easy to play, but more difficult to master.
– publisher's webpage

Paul Kerrison
Kallistra Ltd.
Year Published
In Print
Online (32-page PDF)
Written for use with 12mm figures, but any scale can be used


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Hordes and Heroes: Medieval Fantasy

Fast Play, Hex-based Rules From Kallistra


First edition 2003; second edition 2013.


Hordes and Heroes: Medieval Fantasy Army Lists

Army lists
The HHM Fantasy Army Lists are designed to enable any medieval fantasy army to be represented on the table top, in a miniature game, up to an agreed point value. We have endeavored to make the lists as flexible as possible to enable historical armies to be used with the addition of fantasy elements, such as flying units and magicians. Hordes & Heroes Medieval Fantasy Army Lists currently contain 24 different armies which can be easily modified and adapted to your own specific preferences or requirements, for use in a particular game, or to form part of a fantasy campaign.
– publisher's website

32-page PDF