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Pieces of my Game

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ScytherLoL
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I am looking for someone to help me get some pieces to make a couple of prototypes for the game I have been testing. So far I have used Risk, Samurai Swords and Axis and Allies Pieces to simulate what I want.

The time frame of the game is set in the last days of the Roman Empire.

The following pieces are what I require perferably in 15mm:

Roman:
Centurion
Praetorian Gaurd
Legionnaire
Cavalry
Slinger
Catapult
Auxillary
Forts
Walls
Cities
Capitals

Barbarian:
Cheiftain
Shield Bearer
Foot Soldier
Calvalry
Archer
Catapult
Peasent
Forts
Walls
Capitals

I have used Photoshop to create the Board and Cards and so far have comeup with a professinal looking (not perfect) board which I can have printed locally but the pieces are a struggle.

Also needed:
Gold Tokens

Thankyou for whoever can help with this.

Yours

Scyther

Pastor_Mora
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History of the World

That game comes with like a trillion pieces! All 3-D! In the first age you get about 8 egyptians that could go with your barbarian foot soldiers, in the second age there are a nice bunch of persians (I think) and the third age there are like 24 roman legionaries of six different colors, that's over 100 roman pieces that could cover several prototypes. With the six different colors you could cover legion, praetorian and centurion units for two sides. You have two more ages before gunmen apear, including Mongol riders (your Barbarian Cavalry and chieftains) in like 18 x six colors quantity. Plus, the game has like 12 city/capital tokens that are reversible and gold colored in one side (capital) or grey color in the other. On top of that, you have like 20 Wonders silver tokens (kind of Triumph Arch in Paris) and another 20 fortress tokens that fit the city tokens inside. I can't remember the price, but it couldn't been cheap. But if you have a store near you, you should definetly take a look at it. Best of luck.

Keep thinking!

ScytherLoL
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Thanks very much

I will look into getting that game for a trial run and hopefully the pieces will work.

Thanks again

scifiantihero
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History of the World

is OOP and a little pricey, sadly. I wish I'd picked one up for 30ish bucks when my FLGS had it years ago. I probably bought Risk 2210 instead.

It's a good idea though!

:)

Pastor_Mora
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Forget it man

I just checked the BGG catalogue and it is 220 dollars!!!! For that kind of money I carve your pieces in wood! Too bad shipping will cost you, I'm on the other half of the world ;)

Keep thinking!

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