In the world of Roma Imperious the Roman Empire has discovered, developed and
uses magic. They are not the only ones though, the Chinese, called the Jade
Empire, have refined the art of alchemy. The Skandians to the north have Odin,
Thor and the other gods living amongst them. Over all of them the Kingdom of the
Black Wizards, the Kingdom of Alkasas, is ruled by the gods in the northern
bounds of Asia. Rome stands against the Alkasatians while expanding there
borders north and east. More that a book about Rome, this is a book about the
Roman Empire, their enemies and their allies.
Roma Imperious is a complete role-playing book using the Iridium
System.? It is 336 pages but split into setting and rules system. There is
190 pages of setting including information on Roma, detailed maps and
information of provincia, Skandia, the Jade Empire, Alkasas, friends and foes,
classes, templates and much more. The Iridium System section is? over 130
pages and covers character generation, weapons and equipment, magic items, and
skills. Also included in the file is a complete character sheet and map of the
by the Roma Imperious
Website for free downloads, previews and web based tools like the CHARGen
character generator, storage and update system. The CHARGen
is a free tool meant to help GMs and Player learn the Iridium System, store them
and update them once you receive experience. All this from anywhere you have an
is a review at RPG.Net of the in print book.
We are always trying to provide our customers with as many ways to purchase
as they desire. We have our in print version of Roma
Imperious at RPGMall at a 20% discount. This is not a POD version but our
actual hard cover version.
If you want extra-value the come over to our site and buy the in print Roma
Imperious and we will include an authentic Roman coin from the third century
(while supplies last). In addition, we will include a poster map of the Roman
Empire as it stands in the setting. We also pay shipping in the continental U.S.
All this for $39.99 USD.
- Over 190 pages of setting.
- Over 130 pages of system rules.
- Map of the Roman Empire as it stands 1461 A.U.C.
- Fully indexed, cross-referenced with a table of contents. All hyperlinked.
- Detailed setting of the Roman Empire and beyond.
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 28 December, 2006.