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From Gilgamesh to Grant

Have you ever wanted a rule system that was flexible enough to handle battles from the earliest days of recorded history? have you ever wanted a system that is capable of handling battles of truly massive sizes? Have you ever wanted a game that gave Skirmishers and light cavalry the impact and respect you always thought they were lacking in other games? Well, then the game you are looking at is the game for you.


  • an expansive and versatile rule set able to fight the campaigns of Gilgamesh or Grant and any in between.
  • simple combat resolution mechanics. now improved for speed
  • plays well on a standard six foot by four-foot table, reducing space needed for a large game.
  • Traits have been improved.
  • New weather effects on the battle.

– catalog listing

Alexander M Rawlings, Miguel Batacan
Badger With a Quill
Year Published
In Print
Available online (Wargame Vault) (37-page PDF)


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