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Barbarians at the Gates: The Decline and Fall of the Western Roman Empire 337 – 476

Players: 2 – 2 players | Game Duration 120 – 300 mins |
Min. Age + | Game complexity: EASY Genre: Historical, War
Solo game mode: No | Co-op: No |
Online Version: No

What is Barbarians at the Gates: The Decline and Fall of the Western Roman Empire 337 – 476 about?

Barbarians at the Gates, The Decline and Fall of the Western Roman Empire 337 – 476, is a card-driven game by game designer, Kris van Beurden (whose credits include Europe in Turmoil) for two players set during the final century of the Western Roman Empire. The Roman player commands the Roman legions loyal to the failing central authority and those Germanic peoples who have settled peacefully inside the Roman Empire, while the Barbarian player leads Usurper Emperors, and controls the migrations of the savage Germanic peoples, who are the Barbarians at the Gates

 

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