Rome - The Life and Death of the Republic. Basic Role Playing.

Author(s): Pete Nash; Lawrence Whitaker (Editor); Tiziano Baracchi (Illustrator); Dario Corallo (Illustrator); Alexandre Togeiro (Illustrator)

Role Playing Games

Any game master who wishes to run realistic campaigns set during the ancient Roman Republic will be thrilled with the lavish resource that this game offers. These painstakingly researched rules not only provide a staggering array of historically accurate details, but, more importantly, they succeed in evoking that sense of otherness we feel when we come into contact with a culture very different from our own. It brings republican Rome to life as a dangerous setting ripe for adventure, often stepping modestly aside, providing juicy excerpts from ancient manuscripts and letting the Romans themselves describe their world to us directly. Riots, bribery, mythical creatures and spectacular chariot crashes - it's all here! This book is designed for Basic Roleplaying, but is easily adapted to any game system.


Secondhand. Book in good condition. Some scuffing on cover and wear/creasing on cover edges.


Product Information

General Fields

  • : 9781907204401
  • : Cubicle 7 Entertainment
  • : Cubicle 7 Entertainment
  • : 0.680389
  • : February 2009
  • : .6 Inches X 8.2 Inches X 11.6 Inches
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Pete Nash; Lawrence Whitaker (Editor); Tiziano Baracchi (Illustrator); Dario Corallo (Illustrator); Alexandre Togeiro (Illustrator)
  • : Softcover
  • : English
  • : 220
  • : yes