Quick play wargame rules with army lists for ancient and medieval battles
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Richard Bodley Scott was credited as a designer on earlier versions.
First edition is available here (23-page PDF).
Mighty DBX Empires
These campaign rules are based on the Mighty Empires Game produced by Games Workshop and the DBA Campaign system.
‐ Mighty DBX Empires
Unofficial expansion. 22-page PDF
DE BELLIS NAVALIBUS - DBA V.1.1 Naval Extension 3000BC-1485AD
Unofficial variant by Tony Barr.
Napoleonic DBA Rules
Steve Burt's variant rules are archived online.
DBA 4 AWI
A variant of the simple DBA rules for use in playing games of the American Revolution.
– designer's listing
New World DBA
For many years I’ve been keen to wargame within the New World. Aztecs and Conquistadorestook my fancy, as did Tupi and Portuguese Bandeira when I discovered them later on. Standard DBA is a poor simulation for this period of warfare but has the advantage of being quick and fun so I wrote my own variant, “New World DBA”.
– website intro
Combines DBA 3.0 with elements of HotT 2.0. It allows you to play both fantasy and historical armies using the same DBA 3.0 mechanisms. Available from Thomas Thomas.