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Pax Romana 300 BC - 50 BC (2nd Edition w/Mounted Map)

by GMT

Category: Board and War Games, War Games by Era
Genre: War Game - Ancient (up to 500 A.D.)
Product Line: Non-Series War Games - Pre-1800
Author: Richard Berg
Publish Date: 2015
Restockable: Yes
Condition: SW (MINT/New)    
NKG part # Mfg. part # Type Condition
2148538060 GMT0601-15 Boxed Game SW (MINT/New)

How did Rome get to be Rome? Why did the Glory That Was Greece fade? What stopped Carthage from making an empire of the Mediterranean? Could the Seleucids really have conquered the western world?

These are a few of the questions you can explore in the exciting new GMT game, PAX ROMANA, designed for play by all levels of gamers, from the competition-oriented, one sitting players to the Letís Recreate History on a grand scale aficionados.

PAX ROMANA covers the Europe from 300 BC through the end of the 1st century BC, when control of the Mediterranean was in a state of flux with four empires possible. And it does so with a scale and system that is filled with decision-making tension but also highly accessible and easy to play. The emphasis is on strategic operations, from raising armies to colonizing outlying areas, to fighting barbarian incursions, to maintaining political stability at home.

PAX uses a unique marker-oriented play sequence that provides surprise and opportunity, plus a deck of unusual cards that provide the historical background of events and calamities within which the players must operate.

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