But that’s besides the point. I haven’t heard anything about them. I see Tod Kershner is a co-author, and it has “Age of” in the title, so does it share a family resemblance with his other “Age of” rules? I would presume so, but then I notice there are cards and markers available, which aren’t necessary for those older rules.
I’m still looking for a decent set of Hoplite Warfare rules, and was wondering if these might fill the brief. I wasn’t terribly impressed with Men of Bronze. I admit it’s a hard period to recreate an interesting game while still trying to preserve that veneer of historicity.