ROME is
BURNING!
- How to join the waiting list -
ROME is
BURNING!
- How to join the waiting list -
The wargame campaign Rome is Burning! is due to launch in May 2020. In the meantime we are giving you the opportunity to sign up for the game now, if you so desire.

1. To do so check the list of available positions given here below, and choose the position you’d like.

2. Then email AGEMA at the following address:
agema@hotmail.co.uk

When you hear back from us it will be either to confirm your chosen position or to let you know it has already been taken. If it isn’t available, we’ll suggest an alternative.

3. Once you have confirmation of your position, we will reserve it for you for two weeks. Within that time please pay £10 to AGEMA to secure your reserved position. This can be done online by using this link:

https://agema.org.uk/Pay_for_turns.html

Alternatively if you already have a game account with us, you can just ask us to take the payment off your account instead.

Once payment has been received, a confirmation of your reserved position will be emailed to you.

The £10 is non-refundable, but pays for the set of PDF format rules when they are made available, and the initial set-up turn (this is a special prelaunch offer, you’ll be getting the rules for free!).

Game turns will have the same pricing structure as our other major games: £10 per turn, with one turn run approximately once a month.

Turns are sent and received by email, but if you live in the UK and would prefer it turns can be sent in by you and sent out by us via the post. The basic turn price then increases to £12.

4. Important! In order to take part in the game you will also need to
own these two titles:

The Roman Empire Maps
The Roman Empire Locations Guide

These can be purchased here:
https://www.agema.org.uk/Rome_is_Burning.html

5. POSITIONS
Each position shows (in brackets) a rough approximation geographically to where each position can be found on the map.

Roman player positions

1. Procurator of Judea (Israel), Gessius Florus.
2. Prefect Aegypti (Egypt), Gaius Caecina Tuscus.
3. Proconsul of Achaia (Greece), Lucius Junius Gallio Annaeanus.
4. Proconsul of Africa Nova proconsularis (North Africa), Titus Flavius Vespasian.
5. Proconsul of Asia (Anatolia), Manius Acilius Aviola.
6. Proconsul of Bithynia (Anatolia), Marcus Plancius Varus.
7. Proconsul of Creta & Cyrenaica (Crete & North Africa), Quintus Cassius Gratus.
8. Proconsul of Cilicia (Anatolia), Quintus Julius Cordus.
9. Proconsul of Gallia Narbonensis (Gaul), Titus Vinbius.
10. Proconsul of Baetica (Spanish Peninsular), Marcus Ulpus Trajan.
11. Proconsul of Macedonia, Lucius Antonius Saturninus.
12. Proconsul of Sicilia (Sicily), Titus Junius Montanus.
13. Legate of Hispania-Tarraconensis (Spanish Peninsular), Servius Sulpicius Galba.
14. Legate of Lusitania (Spanish Peninsular), Marcus Salvius Otho.
15. Legate of Aquitania (Gaul), Lucius Duvius Avitus.
16. Legate of Gallia Lugdunensis (Gaul), Gaius Julius Vindex.
17. Legate of Belgica (Belgium), Decimus Valerius Asiaticus.
18. Legate of Upper Britannia (England), Marcus Trebellius Maximus.
19. Legate of Germania Minor (Germany), Aulus Vitellius.
20. Legate of Moesia (Balkans), Marcus Aponius Saturninus.
21. Legate of Dalmatia (Balkans), Aulus Ducenius Geminus.
22. Legate of Cappadocia (Anatolia), Lucius Junius Caessennius Paetus.
23. Legate of Lycia et Pamphilia (Anatolia), Sextus Marcius Priscus.
24. Legate of Syria, Cestius Gallus.
25. Legate of Numidia (North Africa), Gaius Hosidius Geta.

(Other procurators are assumed to be officials, not player positions).

Positions outside the Empire

1. King of Parthia (Iraq/Iran), Vologases I.
2. King of Armenia (Armenians), Tiridates I.
3. King of Sarmizegestusa (Dacians, Dacia), Scorilo.
4. King of Aethiopia (Kushites, Africa), Aspalta.
5. King of Axum (Blemyes, Africa), Ezana.
6. King of the Hunni (Huns, north of the Carpathians), Gaiseric.
7. King of the Scythae (Scythians, near the Crimea), Scilirus.
8. King of the Alani (Alans, North of the Carpathians), Saroes.
9. King of the Roxolani (Rosomone Sarmatians, near the Crimea), Gtalos.
10. King of the Iazyges (Sarmatians, near Dacia), Banadaspus.
11. King of the Slavi (Slavs, Baltic States), Samo.
12. King of the Caledoni (Scotland), Calgacus.
13. King of the Hibernii (Ireland), Auntcost.
14. King of the Mauri (Numidians, North Africa), Juba.
15. King of the Garamantes (North Africa), Shakur.
16. King of the Frisii (Holland), Radbod.
17. King of the Chauci (Germany), Decabalus.
18. King of the Bruceteri (Germany), Dapyx.
19. King of the Cherusci (Germany), Arminius.
20. King of the Chamavi (Germany), Nebisgast.
21. King of the Tencteri (Germany), Moskon.
22. King of the Hermunduri (Germany), Vannius.
23. King of the Varisti (Germany), Chrocus.
24. King of the Gaetuli (Numidians, NorTh Africa), Gadarat.
25. King of the Aurasium Mountains (Numidians, North Africa), Bocchus.
26. King of the Nasamones (Libyans, North Africa), Awilan.
27. King of the Langobardi (Lombards, Germany), Hildeoc.
28. King of the Suebi (Germany), Maroboduus.
29. King of the Saxonnes (Saxons, Denmark), Rechiar.
30. King of the Angll (Angles, Denmark), Olaf.
31. King of the Juti (Jutes, Denmark), Chararic.
32. King of the Teutones (Denmark), Teutobad.
33. King of the Cimbri (Cimbrians, Denmark), Boiorix.
34. King of the Vandilii (Vandals, East Germany), Visimar.
35. King of the Burgundiones (Burgundians, East Germany), Genseric.
36. King of the Gepidae (Gepids, East Germany), Theodemar.
37. King of the Rugii, Felethus (East Germany).
38. King of the Gothones (Goths), Ermanaric.
39. King of the Abasgi (Carpathians), Gobazes.
40. King of the Zygi (Carpathians), Fivos.
41. King of the Heniochi (Carpathians), Aristarchus.
42. King of the Siraci (North of the Carpathians), Zorsines.
43. King of the Aorsi (Sarmatians, north of the Carpathians), Eunones.
44. King of the Sarmatae (Sarmatians, Ukraine), Salm.
45. King of the Bastarnae (Ukraine), Zyraxes.
46. King of the Carpi (near Dacia), Philip.
47. King of the Antes (Poland), Boz.
48. King of the Amadoci (Poland), Saur.
49. King of the Venedi (Poland), Basedo.
50. King of the Anartes (near Dacia), Dapyx.
51. King of the Costoboci (near Dacia), Pierporus.
52. King of the Cotini (near Dacia), Wann.
53. King of the Buri (near Dacia), Gaiobomar.
54. King of the Quadi (near Dacia), Tudrus.
55. King of the Marcomanni (Germany), Catualda.
56. King of the Naharvali (Germany), Raptos.
57. King of the Silingne (Germany), Ariamir.
58. King of the Semones (Germany), Raos.
59. King of the Heruli (Denmark), Rodulf.
60. King of the Lugii (East Germany), Rechila
61. King of the Aestii (Poland), Theodoric.
62. King of the Galindae (Poland), Burebista.
63. King of the Suiones (Sweden), Eric.
64. Queen of the Sitones (Sweden), Kvens.
65. King of the Brigantes (Brigantines, England), Volisios.
66. King of the Selgovae (Scotland), Coel.
67. King of Arabia Felix (Arabs, Saudi Arabia), Yathi.
68. King of Arabia Magna (Arabs, Saudi Arabia), Amar.
69. King of Syria Deserta (Bedu, Syria/Iraq), Rezin.
70. King of Iberia (Iberians, Carpathians – a Roman ally), Dachi.
71. King of Albania (Albanians, Carpathians), Zerg.
72. King of the Siraces (Carpathians), Abeacus.