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Dan Becker
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In October/November 2006, an expansion rules set was released "Ancient Armies" by Rick Priestley. The 98 page softcover book gives army lists for new armies (Early Egypt, Sumer & Akkad, The Peloponnesian War, The Seleucids, Celiberians, The Judean Revolt, Late Roman Republic, Meroe, Numidia, Paymyra, Sarmatia, Arabic Islamic Conquest, Arthurian British, Bulgars, Carolingian Franks, Celtic Ireland, The Rus, Thematic, Byzantine, Visigiths, Qin China). There are rules for Campaign games, revised rules, and rules clarifications that appeared online and in FAQs.

Several miniature companies have stepped up and provided figures and armies for the game. Most notably, Magister Militum has several new 1000 point armies in 10 mm. Pendraken has some good 10 mm figures. Steve Barber and Old Glory also provide 10 mm minis. Companies such as JR miniatures and others provide terrain.

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Erik Nicely
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I had heard about the expansion, what rules had changed? Did archery get any better?
 
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Harkonnen13 wrote:
I had heard about the expansion, what rules had changed? Did archery get any better?


Harkonnen13 wrote:
I had heard about the expansion, what rules had changed? Did archery get any better?


I'm also interested in the WMA rules changes (both companion and core) vis-à-vis WMF, especially archery.

 
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