SPQR Warlord Games
With a lightning-fast and easy to play system, SPQR allows you to build a complete warband capable of scouting out enemy armies, clashing across borders, and conducting raids on farms and villages.
Units in SPQR are divided into two broad categories; heroes and minions. Units of 5 or more Minions form the bulk of your warband, faceless henchmen who have been sworn into your service.
Heroes are powerful individuals that will grow in stature from battle to battle, gaining new talents and becoming true legends!
Each warband features specialised scenarios to reflect its own tactics and methods of waging war.
SPQR contains a complete campaign system along with a detailed progression system for your heroes, allowing you to customise how they fight on the ancient battlefield! This is what sets SQPR apart - forge your own destiny and join the battle!
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Frequently Asked Questions
1. What factions are available in SPQR by Warlord Games?
Currently, as of 2022, SPQR has 5 Factions plus Mercenaries. These factions are Caesar's Legions, Dacia and Sarmatians, Gaul, Germania, and Macedonia.
2. What does SPQR Stand for?
SPQR stands for Senatus Populusque Romanus, which means the Senate and the Roman people. This was ingrained into many aspects of Roman culture such as triumphal arches, altars, and the currency of Rome. The phrase represents what Rome was all about, referencing the Empire represented by the senate and its citizens of Rome. At the time, and until this day, Rome represents one of the greatest civilizations of all time.
3. What scale are Warlord SPQR Figures?
SPQR figures are 28mm scale, like many other popular miniature games.
4. What is the difference between SPQR and Hail Caesar?
SPQR is more focused on skirmish battles. The game is faster paced and matches can take between 25-45minutes on average. There are roughly 30 figures tops per battle. Figures are divided into heroes and minions. A cool feature of SPQR is that the heroes can level up through matches and develop talents from a talent tree. For example, an archer hero may become a better archer, or can give commands and buffs to fellow archer units as they progress.
Hail Caesar is more focused on traditional classic larger-scale battles.