|Spartacus the Thracian|
The rules worked well with a minimum of having to look things up as we went along. We found the easiest gladiators for the kids to use were those with a big shield, light armour and an ordinary melee weapon - a straight 1d6 AP and a sword to hit with were easy to understand.
|Verus the Provocator|
We raised a few quid for the PFA but I consider the job of these games to be more about giving the kids something interesting to do and perhaps showing them that there's more to wargaming than Warhammer.
A couple of questions for Alan:
1. If an entangled gladiator cuts his way out of lasso, does the Laquaearius lose his lasso for the remainder of the fight?
|Cyrus the Laquaearius|
2. If a defender makes his armour save does the attacker lose a fatigue point (as he does if the defender wins the initial die roll)?