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In Mort Veritas


These are a set of fairly simple and somewhat light-hearted wargame rules for the “Ancient” period, which I am treating as post-Biblical to circa 1000 AD…
In Mort Veritas introduction


Designer
Martin Clark
Year Published
2001
Status
In Print
Contents
Available online (13-page PDF)
Scale
  • Troop scale - 1 figure = 100 men seems to work OK, but it doesn’t really matter as long as both sides are of historical proportions.
  • Ground scale - probably about 1 inch = 12.5 yards, but it doesn't really matter.
  • Time scale - not applicable.

In Mort Veritas page 1
Basing
As this is primarily an element based system then ideally all figures should be on stands of a similar size. An element should contain 2, 3 or 4 figures depending on whether it represents troops in open, loose or close order. The maximum size of a single unit is 16 elements, although ad hoc formations brigaded together by a general may be of 25 elements.
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In Mort Veritas

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