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Eastern Empires
Eastern Empires
Built from the ashes of the Parthian Empire by its conqueror, Ardashir I, the Sassanid Empire has revived Iranian culture in Persia after an extended period of Hellenisation. However, as its expansion pushes against the eastern fringes of Roman territory, either subjugation by or war with Rome seems inevitable. Sassanid armies, however, excel in siege conditions - either when besieging enemy cities or when defending their own, and with heavy cataphract cavalry as their backbone, the Sassanids are a formidable battlefield opponent.
Abarshahr
Abarshahr
Abasgia
Abasgia
Africa
Africa
Afrighids
Afrighids
Aria
Aria
Armenia
Armenia
Arran
Arran
Atropatene
Atropatene
Ghassanids
Ghassanids
Kartli
Kartli
Lazica
Lazica
Makran
Makran
Maurians
Maurians
Mazun
Mazun
Nobatia
Nobatia
Parthia
Parthia
Persia
Persia
Sassanid Empire
Sassanid Empire
Spahan
Spahan
Eastern Empires Rebel
Aethiopian Rebels
Aethiopian Rebels
African Rebels
African Rebels
Arabian Rebels
Arabian Rebels
Caucasian Rebels
Caucasian Rebels
Eastern Rebels
Eastern Rebels
Eastern Empires Civil War
Aethiopian Separatists
Aethiopian Separatists
African Separatists
African Separatists
Arabian Separatists
Arabian Separatists
Caucasian Separatists
Caucasian Separatists
Eastern Separatists
Eastern Separatists
Sassanid Separatists
Sassanid Separatists
Roman Empire
Roman Empire
At its greatest extent, the Roman Empire stretched from Mesopotamia to the coasts of the Atlantic. However, now it is divided, and the East and West Roman Empires are mere shadows of their former - united - glory, as internal disputes, usurpers and would-be invaders on all sides threaten to tear them apart completely. Roman ambition however, should never be underestimated. The very same ambition that shaped the Eternal City’s birth and rise to domination is now the only thing standing between it and annihilation.
Egypt
Egypt
Anatolia
Anatolia
Asia
Asia
Britain
Britain
Eastern Roman Empire
Eastern Roman Empire
Gaul
Gaul
Hispania
Hispania
Illyria
Illyria
Italia
Italia
Judea
Judea
Macedonia
Macedonia
Oriens
Oriens
Palmyra
Palmyra
Pontus
Pontus
Septimania
Septimania
Domain of Soissons
Domain of Soissons
Western Roman Empire
Western Roman Empire
Roman Empire Rebel
Eastern Roman Rebels
Eastern Roman Rebels
Western Roman Rebels
Western Roman Rebels
Roman Empire Civil War
Eastern Roman Separatists
Eastern Roman Separatists
Western Roman Separatists
Western Roman Separatists
Barbarian Kingdoms
Barbarian Kingdoms
The Germanic tribes were the first of many people from beyond the frontiers to settle within Roman territory. Although many have become federates of the Roman Empire in return for their land, they remain fierce warriors who value their independence highly. As Roman control in the northwest of its Empire begins to falter, these great tribal confederations are ready and eager to exploit any opportunity for expansion that is presented to them.
Alamans
Alamans
Angles
Angles
Bastarnians
Bastarnians
Burgundians
Burgundians
Dacia
Dacia
Franks
Franks
Gepids
Gepids
Greuthungians
Greuthungians
Langobards
Langobards
Lugians
Lugians
Marcomans
Marcomans
Quadians
Quadians
Rugians
Rugians
Saxons
Saxons
Celtic Separatists
Celtic Separatists
Nordic Separatists
Nordic Separatists
Thuringians
Thuringians
Varinians
Varinians
Barbarian Kingdoms Rebel
Celtic Rebels
Celtic Rebels
Eastern Germanic Rebels
Eastern Germanic Rebels
Northern Germanic Rebels
Northern Germanic Rebels
Western Germanic Rebels
Western Germanic Rebels
Nordic Rebels
Nordic Rebels
Barbarian Kingdoms Civil War
Danish Separatists
Danish Separatists
Frankish Separatists
Frankish Separatists
Geat Separatists
Geat Separatists
East Germanic Separatists
East Germanic Separatists
North Germanic Separatists
North Germanic Separatists
West Germanic Separatists
West Germanic Separatists
Jute Separatists
Jute Separatists
Ostrogothic Separatists
Ostrogothic Separatists
Saxon Separatists
Saxon Separatists
Vandalic Separatists
Vandalic Separatists
Visigothic Separatists
Visigothic Separatists
Great Migrators
Great Migrators
Though many factors influence the great migrations currently occurring across Europe, chief amongst them is the Hunnic incursions from the steppes. Whether seeking the riches of established empires or fleeing the nomadic invaders, hundreds of thousands of people have been uprooted and now seek new lands and new lives away from the Roman Empire's borderlands. Weaker tribes will be trampled into extinction, but the strong will thrive in foreign lands, laying the foundations of kingdoms and cultures that will last millennia.
Alans
Alans
Ostrogoths
Ostrogoths
Suebians
Suebians
Vandals
Vandals
Visigoths
Visigoths
Great Migrators Civil War
Alanic Separatists
Alanic Separatists
Suebian Separatists
Suebian Separatists
Slavs
Slavs
PLACEHOLDER
Anteans
Anteans
Sclavenians
Sclavenians
Venedians
Venedians
Slavs Rebel
Slavic Rebels
Slavic Rebels
Desert Kingdoms
Desert Kingdoms
A far cry from the civilised society of Constantinople, and just on the periphery of the Persian kings, are the proud and resolute desert kingdoms of Arabia and Africa. Tucked into the very corners of the known world, Aksum and Himyar feud constantly yet become staggeringly wealthy from the Silk Road trade that passes through their lands. Further north, on the edge of the Sassanid Empire, the Lakhmids live a defiantly Arabian existence at al-Hira, just a stone’s throw from Ctesiphon. The Tanukhids - a nomadic people - roam the Levant and, like their Lakhmid cousins, are fiercely independent and proud of their way of life. The two world superpowers - Rome and Persia - watch with interest, and treat when necessary, but the desert kingdoms answer to no one. Shifting and beguiling like the very sands of the desert, they will do what they must to secure the future of their people.
Aksum
Aksum
Gaetulians
Gaetulians
Garamantians
Garamantians
Himyar
Himyar
Lakhmids
Lakhmids
Tanukhids
Tanukhids
Desert Kingdoms Civil War
Aksumite Separatists
Aksumite Separatists
Himyarite Separatists
Himyarite Separatists
Lakhmid Separatists
Lakhmid Separatists
Tanukhid Separatists
Tanukhid Separatists
Nomadic Tribes
Nomadic Tribes
Nomads from central Asia have begun major incursions into southeastern Europe. Without settled homes or kings to lead them, they are masters of horsemanship and survival on the road, learning these skills from an early age. As word of the unparalleled accuracy of their mounted archers, and the ferocious speed of their strategic manoeuvres, spreads across the land, so too does fear of their coming. For many settled peoples, these nomadic riders bring only death and the end of days in their wake.
Budinians
Budinians
Huns
Huns
Iazyges
Iazyges
Magyars
Magyars
Roxolanians
Roxolanians
Sabirs
Sabirs
White Huns
White Huns
Nomadic Tribes Rebel
Hunnic Rebels
Hunnic Rebels
Sarmatian Rebels
Sarmatian Rebels
Nomadic Tribes Civil War
Hunnic Separatists
Hunnic Separatists
Sarmatian Separatists
Sarmatian Separatists
White Hun Separatists
White Hun Separatists
Norsemen
Norsemen
Hailing from the far north, the Nordic tribes are bold people who revel in battle, pillage and destruction. Their homelands are fertile, yet unforgivingly harsh; forty days during winter no sun moves across them, and for forty days of summer it circles the horizon without setting. Nordic men are said to be amongst the tallest in the world, both in body and spirit, and to fight with the cruelty and ferocity of wild beasts.
Danes
Danes
Geats
Geats
Jutes
Jutes
Celts
Celts
On the fringes of civilisation, at the very edge of Roman Britannia, the Celtic peoples live and fight in defence of their ancient way of life. The Picts and Caledonians, occupying the northernmost extremities of Britannia, have clashed with the Roman Empire, frustrating their attempts to annex the entire island. The Ebdanians, meanwhile, separated from Imperial ambition by the Irish Sea, have built strong tribal ties and a unique variation in Celtic culture. Now that the Western Roman Empire is ailing, there is opportunity for the Celtic tribes to unite, put their strength and determination to the test and seize the British Isles. The Celts existed long before the Romans came, and will exist long after they have left!
Ebdanians
Ebdanians
Picts
Picts
Caledonians
Caledonians
Celts Civil War
Ebdanian Separatists
Ebdanian Separatists
Pictish Separatists
Pictish Separatists
Caledonian Separatists
Caledonian Separatists
Other
Other
Western Roman Empire
Western Roman Empire
Western Roman Empire
Western Roman Empire
Western Roman Empire
Western Roman Empire
Other Rebel
White Hun Rebels
White Hun Rebels
Other Civil War
Alamannic Separatists
Alamannic Separatists
Antean Separatists
Antean Separatists
Burgundian Separatists
Burgundian Separatists
Roman Separatists
Roman Separatists
Garamantian Separatists
Garamantian Separatists
Langobard Separatists
Langobard Separatists
Sclavenian Separatists
Sclavenian Separatists
Venedian Separatists
Venedian Separatists
Roman Separatists
Roman Separatists

The Last Roman

Age of Charlemagne

Other
Other
Kingdom of Ailech (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Ailech (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Alemannia (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Alemannia (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Alt Clut (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Alt Clut (Age of Charlemagne)
Angria (Age of Charlemagne)
Angria (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Aquitane (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Aquitane (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Asturias (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Asturias (Age of Charlemagne)
Avars (Age of Charlemagne)
Avars (Age of Charlemagne)
Taifa of Badajoz (Age of Charlemagne)
Taifa of Badajoz (Age of Charlemagne)
Taifa of Barcelona (Age of Charlemagne)
Taifa of Barcelona (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Bavaria (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Bavaria (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Benevento (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Benevento (Age of Charlemagne)
Bohemia (Age of Charlemagne)
Bohemia (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Brittany (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Brittany (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Burgundy (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Burgundy (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Carloman (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Carloman (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Charlemagne (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Charlemagne (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Connachta (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Connachta (Age of Charlemagne)
Emirate of Cordoba (Age of Charlemagne)
Emirate of Cordoba (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Croatia (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Croatia (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of the Danes (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of the Danes (Age of Charlemagne)
Eastphalia (Age of Charlemagne)
Eastphalia (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Frisia (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Frisia (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Gascony (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Gascony (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Glywysing (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Glywysing (Age of Charlemagne)
Emirate of Granada (Age of Charlemagne)
Emirate of Granada (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Gwynedd (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Gwynedd (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Kent (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Kent (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Leinster (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Leinster (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of the Lombards (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of the Lombards (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Mercia (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Mercia (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Munster (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Munster (Age of Charlemagne)
Nordalbingia (Age of Charlemagne)
Nordalbingia (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Northumbria (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Northumbria (Age of Charlemagne)
Obodrite (Age of Charlemagne)
Obodrite (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Pamplona (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Pamplona (Age of Charlemagne)
Papal States (Age of Charlemagne)
Papal States (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of the Picts (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of the Picts (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Powys (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Powys (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Provence (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Provence (Age of Charlemagne)
Nomad Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Nomad Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Muslim Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Muslim Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Viking Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Viking Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Taifa of Sevilla (Age of Charlemagne)
Taifa of Sevilla (Age of Charlemagne)
Theme of Sicily (Age of Charlemagne)
Theme of Sicily (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Spoleto (Age of Charlemagne)
Duchy of Spoleto (Age of Charlemagne)
Taifa of Toledo (Age of Charlemagne)
Taifa of Toledo (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Ulaid (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Ulaid (Age of Charlemagne)
Taifa of Valencia (Age of Charlemagne)
Taifa of Valencia (Age of Charlemagne)
Republic of Venice (Age of Charlemagne)
Republic of Venice (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Wessex (Age of Charlemagne)
Kingdom of Wessex (Age of Charlemagne)
Westphalia (Age of Charlemagne)
Westphalia (Age of Charlemagne)
Wilzi (Age of Charlemagne)
Wilzi (Age of Charlemagne)
Taifa of Zaragoza (Age of Charlemagne)
Taifa of Zaragoza (Age of Charlemagne)
Other Rebel
Avar Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Avar Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Christian Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Christian Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
English Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
English Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Frankish Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Frankish Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Irish Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Irish Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Italian Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Italian Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Muslim Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Muslim Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Pictish Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Pictish Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Roman Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Roman Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Saxon Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Saxon Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Slavic Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Slavic Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Spanish Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Spanish Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Viking Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Viking Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Welsh Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Welsh Rebels (Age of Charlemagne)
Other Civil War
Avar Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Avar Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Christian Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Christian Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
English Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
English Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Mercian Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Mercian Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Frankish Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Frankish Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Austrasian Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Austrasian Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Gallacian Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Gallacian Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Asturian Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Asturian Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Irish Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Irish Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Italian Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Italian Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Lombard Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Lombard Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Cordoban Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Cordoban Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Pictish Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Pictish Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Roman Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Roman Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Saxon Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Saxon Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Westphalian Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Westphalian Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Slavic Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Slavic Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Danish Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Danish Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Welsh Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
Welsh Separatists (Age of Charlemagne)
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