Category: Field of Glory


Sources for Field of Glory

Annotated bibliography for Field of Glory

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Seleucid in Field of Glory – The Significance of 205 BC

The Seleucid army within Field of Glory are covered by two lists depending on the date, with 205 BC as the dividing line.

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Steven’s Seleucid Army for Field of Glory

I’m interested in the Rise of Rome and was very happy to pick up Ian Galley’s beautiful Selucid army when he wanted to move to other projects. This army has done service under WRG 6, WRG 7, DBM but more recently using Field of Glory.

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Steven’s Later Carthaginian Army for Field of Glory

I’m interested in the Punic Wars and Roman conquest of Hispania (240 – 20 BC) and Carthaginian was my first ancients army. But that was 20mm and plastic. Now I’m a 15mm guy so I’ve been building up Carthaginian army for the period for 20 years. The army has done service under DBM but more recently using Field of Glory.

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Steven’s Mid Republican Roman Army for Field of Glory

I’m interested in the Punic Wars and Roman conquest of Hispania (240 – 20 BC) and Carthaginian was my first ancients army. But that was 20mm and plastic. Now I’m a 15mm guy so I’ve been building up Carthaginian army for the period for 20 years. The army has done service under DBM but more recently using Field of Glory.

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Republican Roman Light Foot in Field of Glory

Under DBM and earlier WRG games the Republican Roman light foot started as spear and Javelin guys then got upgraded to Javeliin and Shield guys in the Second Punic War. But Field of Glory does it differently. This has implications for the Mid Republican Starter Army.

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What Wargaming Rules to use for the Macedonian and Punic Wars?

The Carthaginians were my first wargames army as an adult – I inherited and expanded my father’s 1/72 scale converted Airfix army. They are long gone but now I have a beautiful set of Carthaginian, Roman and Spanish armies in 15 mm for the Punic Wars. As it happens, I also have some their Macedonian contemporaries … Seleucid.

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Rules You May Have Missed in Field of Glory

When trawling through the Field of Glory Official Forum (Slitherine Software) and the Field of Glory Forum (Yahoo) I came across some Field of Glory rules I wanted to capture some place …

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Steven’s Later Macedonian Army for Field of Glory

I’m interested in the Rise of Rome and Later Macedonian was my second ancients army. Before I moved to 15mm metal figures I had a Later Macedonian in 1/76th scale plastic figures that I, mostly, inherited from my father. I’m still rather fond of of the army even if the original figures are long gone.

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Steven’s Ancient Spanish Army for Field of Glory

I’m interested in the Punic Wars and Roman conquest of Hispania (240 – 20 BC) so I’ve been building up Spanish army for the period for 20 years. The army has done service under DBM but more recently using Field of Glory.

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What Armies are in the Field of Glory Army List Books

I had a quick scan of the lists for Field of Glory and I was surprised how many armies I have. Unfortunately they are scattered across the various books of army lists which meant I had to buy most of the supplements.

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Mapless Campaigns

The premise of the Mapless Campaign system is that complicated campaigns involving maps with detailed map movement, and where losing a couple of battles seriously impairs a player’s chance of success, are doomed to peter out. There are no maps in this campaign but players get to collect territories. And collecting territories makes the player more powerful. It is based on the campaign system in the Warmaster Ancient Armies book by Rick Priestley.

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What Wargaming Rules to use for the Italian Wars?

What Wargaming Rules to use for the Italian Wars

Wargaming rules for the Italian Wars. There are a few choices out there. The ones I’ve poked a stick at are:

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Reconquista Wargaming Project

I’m rather fond of the Reconquista so have a bunch of armies. I don’t play so much now, mostly for the lack of a large scale set of rules that I like.

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