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The Gauls: A Tactical Guide

Before the Romans met the Germans the big bad wolf of their history was the Gauls.  If the German raiding along the Rhine was bad, the Gauls had topped that by some distance by sacking Rome itself in 390 BC,...

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The Germans: A Tactical Guide

If the British represent a by-gone age of heroic warfare, the Germans in Infamy, Infamy! are the embodiment of Rome’s worst nightmare.  Wild, untamed, brutal and coming to get you!  The Germanic tribes were the product of an extraordinarily harsh...

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The Britons; A Tactical Guide

The Barbarian nations in Infamy, Infamy! are a varied bunch.  In this tactical guide we will look at the Britons, but clearly some of what is included is appropriate for the Gauls and Germans too.  That said, I am not...

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The Romans: A Tactical Guide

The ancient wargames I played in my youth were typified by a somewhat linear style of game where two armies deployed in line of battle and moved to engage an opponent similarly drawn up.  There were, of course, variations on...

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Infamy, Infamy! Force Roster

  With the publication of Infamy, Infamy! we thought that you’d like access to the downloadable Force Morale trackers.  Here with have the US Letter size and the A4 size for the rest of the world.  Just click on the...

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Publicus Thermae Goes Forth

Since the capture of Legate Suetonius Porcinus in an action near the Limes where Centurion Publicus Thermae had been wounded, there had been rumours of the official being held in chains in the hall of Adawolf the Spearman, a Lord...

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The Decline of Suetonius Porcinus

Tales of Publius Quinctilius Varus, the patrician of Cremona who, as Governor of Germania lost three Legions in the forest are, if one can forgive the pun, legion, yet the story of Suetonious Lardicus Porcinus seems to have flown from...