- @fallen013 @KeeperOfTheHDB it's a bit like the one near me as well... 5 hours ago
- @fallen013 @KeeperOfTheHDB no vets night, how come 5 hours ago
- @KeeperOfTheHDB @fallen013 just realised its the interwar rules...not steam punk. 5 hours ago
- @KeeperOfTheHDB @fallen013 are those he steam punk rules, thinking of getting the Gods one 5 hours ago
- @KeeperOfTheHDB @fallen013 I've yet to attend the new local club...too much going on to fit it in at the moment.. 5 hours ago
Category Archives: roman
Rome’s obsession to conquer Persia dates back to around 55 BC when Crassus needed a victory, and the plunder that would come with that victory, for political ends in Rome. He looked to the Persian empire to provide both. Crassus … Continue reading
The 3.5 or D20 licence development kit is a great tool to use, it provides the core mechanics for the D20 system, and makes designing and developing products for WotC’s Dungeons and Dragons game a much more easier process.
I’ve been a gamer for several years, well twenty and maybe a little bit more, but one area which I play a lot of is RPG. Most of the games and campaigns I role played in have been either fantasy … Continue reading
This article looks at how technology was used to help shape ancient and medieval Italian cities.
Roman law code previously thought to have been lost forever has been discovered by researchers at University College London’s Department of History. Simon Corcoran and Benet Salway made the breakthrough after piecing together 17 fragments of previously incomprehensible parchment. via … Continue reading
When the Romans began their conquest of Celtic Britain in 43AD, they found a haphazard collection of roads and paths, most connecting local fields and hamlets, but also some longer distance trade routes (e.g.. along the North Downs in Kent, … Continue reading
This article is going to investigate the possibility there was trade with the continent prior to the Roman invasion and any evidence that may indicate this. There was considerable amount of contact and trade with continent in Iron Age Britain from the 7th … Continue reading
First of all what is a Roman town or city, there are several types of towns and cities during the Romano British period and each of these types were distinguished by many factors. Below are short descriptions of the types of settlements … Continue reading
There is little evidence for early Neolithic settlement in this country, with the exception of sites like Skare Brae in Scotland. It is considered that most settlements were probably scattered isolated farms, which consisted of rectangular houses built from timber with thatched roofs. Both … Continue reading