Syracuse (415/413 BC) covers the land and naval battles as well as the siege of Syracuse during the Peloponnesian War.
It is a two players game: Athens and allies vs. Syracuse and allies.
One game turn covers three months.
The game includes:
- 1 16 pages rules booklet (14,4x21 cm)
- 1 29,7x41 cm Map (27 land zones and 12 sea zones)
- 1 counter sheet of 108 die-cut counters (68 leaders and combat units, 22 stratagems counters and 18 markers
- 1 historical scenario and a “What if? Scenario” including Alcibiades as main Athenian leader
Players will be able to build forts and walls, to launch naval operations and to lead land battles.
Note: The rules are based on Sphacteria ones, which appeared in Vae Victis magazine issue #95. These rules include specifics on siege activities and construction of fortifications and several additional developments.
- Syracuse (415/413 av. J.-C.)
- Syracuse (415/413 BC)