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A boardgame on the Dark Ages of Invasions
A boardgame on the Dark Ages of Invasions
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    1. Hammer666

      Thanks for the reply.
      Thought Manus was the Main, but the location and flow is more where the "Neckar" is located (Latin Nīcer). But thats really no great deal. :-)
      It's great how you involve your Player Base

    2. Wisdom Owl Creator on

      Treverorum error fixed.
      Manus river is Latin name for the "Main" river
      For the 3 cities you mention they were indeed founded much later, but in such a case there would be no city sites outside of the Roman empires, therefore we chose to put as sites (= not yet built cities) names of locations that have existed as close as possible to the date lines of the game.

    3. Hammer666

      And the Cities "Berolinum" (Berlin), "Monacum" (Munich) and "Vadum Francorum" (Frankfurt) were founded all lot later than 650 AD. And Vadum Francorum would be located a lot farther south (just north of the Manus (which river is represented with this?).
      P.S.: "Treverum" could also be named "Treveris" (later name from about 200AD). The name "Trevorum" is wrong (maybe from the english Wikipedia article).

    4. Hammer666

      Found an error in the march Map in Germania, Region Treveria: The City should be "Treverorum", not "Treverum"

    5. James Eisert Collaborator on

      Mark Seaborne

      Yes we have your survey. Thanks for backing us!

    6. James Eisert Collaborator on

      Charles W. Phillips

      Yes we have your survey and it is the correct one. Thanks for backing us!

    7. James Eisert Collaborator on

      David Paul Boulton.

      Yes we have your survey. Thanks for backing us!

    8. Charles W. Phillips on

      The Nubians have been slighted! Don't you know they captured Alexandria, Athens and Hippo in 434 B.C.? :-)

    9. Wisdom Owl Creator on

      We'll find a way to re-email those not having responded, as it is a bit weird we still lack quite a few answers.

      In doubt, email me at:

      Randy: nothing south of Egypt as this section of the board will be used for a table (probably revolt / event chart). Yes, Toaeregia is adjacent to Blemmyes and same for Provencia / Vienna (took note of need to improve visibility here)

    10. Randy Woods

      The map is looking better

      Does Toaregia border Blemmyes ?
      Provencia and Vienna look like they share a boarder but the black box makes it hard to tell.
      Why nothing south of Egypt ?

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      Rio Chang on

      Thanks for the update!

      Any chance there will be more activity on BBG or

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      Mark Seaborne on

      I don’t remember being asked to complete a survey, but maybe I did and forgot? I can’t find an email about it, but could easily have accidentally deleted one.

      Best wishes


    13. Shawn Bozarth on

      Kickstarter has a whole bunch of logistics people for MA listed.....

    14. Charles W. Phillips on

      Wait a minute. I received a survey, then you cancelled it. I never received another, and there is no link on the page saying I have to complete a survey. I didn't see any second survey after the first one was cancelled, or if I filled it in already, I don't remember. You should send a mass e-mail to everyone who didn't fill in the survey, otherwise, there will be chaos.

    15. Simonmjl14

      Je préfère également un produit fini et de qualité plutôt que de recevoir quelque chose de moyen dans les temps.

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      david paul boulton

      did i fill it in? im backer 1,111, i don't remember

    17. Ralph H. Anderson on

      Excellent update, thanks!

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      Chris Drost on

      Looks great though I think the city icons should have been different.

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      john ruggles on

      keep up the good work like what I see better to take alittle extra time to get it right do whatever it takes to do it right .