SPQR Rulebook and Special Edition MiniatureAdd to Wish List
Are you ready to forge your empire? With a lightning-fast and easy to play system, SPQR allows you to build a complete warband capable of scouting out enemy armies, clashing across borders, and conducting raids on farms and villages.Units in...
SPQR Starter Set With Custom Foam InsertAdd to Wish List
With a lightning-fast and easy to play system, SPQR allows you to build a complete warband capable of scouting out enemy armies, clashing across borders, and conducting raids on farms and villages. This set gives you the starter box -...
SPQR: Dacia & Sarmatia - Dacian FalxmenAdd to Wish List
The Roman legions soon came to respect the warriors of Dacia. Far from being simple barbarians, they were brave and carried a large curved sword, the falx, that easily slipped past the shields of the legionaries. Roman casualties quickly mounted...
SPQR: Dacia & Sarmatia - Dacian Tribesmen with slingsAdd to Wish List
Dacian tribesmen were poorer or less skilful than the falxmen and nobles, but provided support that was more than adequate in the form of javelins, sling stones and arrows. In sufficient numbers, they were capable of facing even veteran soldiers...
SPQR: Dacia & Sarmatia - Sarmatian CataphractsAdd to Wish List
Sarmatians loved their cavalry, fielding thousands at a time, and none were more favoured than their heavy cataphracts. Wielding the kontos, a very long spear used two-handed, with both horse and rider clad from head to foot in armour, they...
SPQR: Dacia & Sarmatia - Sarmatian Cataphract commandAdd to Wish List
The favoured cataphracts of the Sarmatians thundered across the battlefield in their thousands - highly capable and heavily-armed cavalry ready to charge down and smash through the toughest of enemies. The cataphracts command box set allows you to add a...
SPQR: Germania - WarriorsAdd to Wish List
Each block of warriors in a Germanic warband would typically be related, by oath if not blood. This formed a tight cohesiveness, with warriors taking the deaths of those next to them somewhat personally. Their natural ferociousness combined with this...
SPQR: Germania - Tribesmen ArchersAdd to Wish List
Too poor or too young to be considered true warriors, these men fan out before the warband, engaging enemy skirmishers with bow or javelins, whittling them down before the tribe’s warriors charge in to deliver the ﬁnishing blow. Includes 12...
SPQR: Gaul - Tribesmen SlingersAdd to Wish List
Capable of harassing their foes from afar, Gaul tribesmen slingers were lightly armored missile troops that were yet to prove themselves as warriors; yet were still highly effective at disrupting the ranks of their foes. Contains: 12 resin figures Tribesmen...
SPQR: Caesar's Legions - HeroesAdd to Wish List
A wealth of legendary leaders are available to lead your legionaries in SPQR campaigns. Julius Caesar's eventual victory in the Gallic Wars would give him the powerbase to eventually reform the republic into an Empire. Pompey achieved many victories including...
SPQR: Caesar's Legions - Roman CavalryAdd to Wish List
Roman cavalry forces hit hard and quickly; able to take swift advantage of enemy troops which had been pinned down by allied legionaries, They were extremely effective at running down retreating enemy combatants. Contains: 6 resin cavalry figures Roman Cavalry unit...
SPQR: Caesar's Legions - Legionaries with pilumAdd to Wish List
The mainstay of Roman military; Roman Legionaries were well armed and exceptionally trained soldiers. They were given great incentive to enter and remain in military service with promises of wealth and lands. The legionaries trained as a unit, able to...