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[DramaScape] Roman Fort
This product is a full-color, 60 inch by 60 inch, Battlemap of a Roman Fort, with Hex, Square and No overlay and comes with a Savage Worlds Adventure.
The PDF includes includes the VTT (Virtual Table Top Images for online play).
Warning: This is a large map.
“Damn these barbarians to the Underworld! We will hold this fort until reinforcements from I Germanica arrive or until the last man falls. Our standard will not fall into the hands of barbarians.” —Flavius Manlius
A besieged Roman fort requires heroes to save it from barbarian hordes. Will your group be those heroes or will they play the part of those determined to destroy the fort? High rampart walls, battlements, and guard towers must be manned and ballistae repaired to continue the fight for the Romans and overcome by the barbarians to overrun the fort.
Roman Fort is a large exterior map of a Roman Legionnaire fort that has been besieged by enemies.
Roman Fort includes Savage World statblocks made using Savage Worlds Deluxe by Pinnacle Entertainment Group and the Ultimate Roman Legion Guide by Mystical Throne Entertainment. This product includes NPCs of the Roman defenders of the fort and German barbarians assaulting the fort with printable NPC cards of these characters.
The Roman Fort is intended for use in fantasy and historical settings.
Even if not using Savage Worlds, the map, NPC flavor descriptions, and Savage Tales can be used with any fantasy or historical setting. The Savage World stats can be ignored or adapted to your game’s setting.
For the Honor of the Elephant: The Roman Legion, V Alaudae, has been beaten across the Danube River by German barbarians. They have fled to a Roman fortress across the Danube River where they have been besieged for weeks. Every patch of grass has been eaten by starving horses leaving the land barren. The German barbarians prepare for the final assault. Flavius Manlius feels the end of his legion coming but refuses to surrender or let his legion’s standard fall into the hands of the enemy. He asks the group to fight through the barbarians in the final assault and somehow get their standard to I Germanica. (Continued inside)