Roman conquest of Britain using C&C Ancients – Part 1

Interested as I am playing a figures game (Infamy Infamy) around Mons Graupius. Great account as usual.

The Boardgames Chronicle

You had probably noticed that I really like to play C&C Ancients scenarios in logical groups, combining them in mini-campaigns – especially, if they are spread across multiple expansions and C3i publications. To really have a feeling of logical and chronological set of events I would normally read historical accounts, create special maps to depict the locations of battles and try to play the whole set in maximum one-two sessions – so the flow of history unfolds nicely and connect together. That is my way of playing and I get a lot of satisfactions from such approach – not only pure gaming experience but also a historical insight.


Some of my articles regarding C&C system:Commands and Colors games – my 3 favorite[REVIEW] Commands Colors Ancients[STRATEGIES] How to attack in Commands Colors Ancients?[STRATEGIES] How to defend in Commands Colors Ancients?


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Head of Unit "Energy Storage" at European Commission, Joint Research Centre

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