Tyrant 2nd Printing

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Tyrant 2nd Printing

The Tyrant module is set to be part of the upcoming release of the Great Battles of Alexander - Expanded Deluxe Edition. However, it is now available separately for those who already own the previous edition of the Great Battles of Alexander - Expanded Deluxe Edition and are looking to add Tyrant to their collection

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The Tyrant module is set to be part of the upcoming release of the Great Battles of Alexander - Expanded Deluxe Edition. However, it is now available separately for those who already own the previous edition of the Great Battles of Alexander - Expanded Deluxe Edition and are looking to add Tyrant to their collection.

Tyrant is a tactical simulation that immerses players in the battles between the armies of Carthage and Syracuse, spanning the years from 480 to 276 B.C. To enjoy Tyrant, you will require the Great Battles of Alexander - Expanded Deluxe Edition for access to maps, core rules, and some counters. Alternatively, you can use the Simple Great Battles of History Rules to play.

Centuries before Hannibal Barca took the helm of Carthage's forces in the epic conflict against Rome, Carthage had engaged in a prolonged rivalry with the Greek city-state of Syracuse for dominance in the Western Mediterranean. Tyrant delves into twelve pivotal battles from the recurring wars that pitched Carthage against the Greeks of Syracuse. Syracuse's armies resembled the hoplite forces of mainland Greek city-states but possessed superior cavalry and a robust mercenary contingent composed of both Greek and Western barbarian units. Carthage, on the other hand, relied on North African tribal levies bolstered by barbarian mercenaries drawn from various corners of the Western Mediterranean. In Sicily, Carthaginian forces were often accompanied by allied and mercenary Greek units.

While Syracuse tended to excel in open-field battles, Carthage had the advantage of greater wealth, political stability, and naval supremacy. The prolonged conflict remained in equilibrium over the years, with neither side gaining a definitive upper hand. This more than two-century-long struggle concluded without a decisive victor, as the emergence of Rome in the First Punic War would ultimately seize the coveted prize.

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