Roman Civil Wars
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Roman Civil Wars is a scenario for Test of Time, the ultimate version of Civilization 2. It is a revised scenario, based on the original Roman Civil War scenario, released in 2002. The original version dealt with the War of the First Triumverate, ending at the time of the assassination of Julius Caesar. This version continues through the War between the Second Triumverate and the Assassins, and the ensuing civil war between Octavian and Antony. It ends in 27 BCE at the time of Octavian's victory and coronation as Emperor Augustus.
Roman Civil Wars is designed to be played as a single player game, or as a Play By Electronic Mail (PBEM) multiplayer game. All civilizations are playable, though the Roman Senate is not advised for single player, as it is too easy. This is a scenario for the Test of Time version of Civilization 2. It can not be played on other versions of Civilization.
For the purpose of handicapping more experienced players in a PBEM game, or for a greater challenge in a single player game, the Syrian Legions (Crassus) and the Cisalpine Legions (Caesar) are the most difficult to play. The Spanish Legions (Pompey), the Gauls (Vercingetorix), and the Egyptians (Cleopatra) are intermediate, and the Roman Senate (Cicero) and the Parthians (Orodes) are the easiest.
There are a total of 38 objective cities. In addition, there are 17 wonders of the world, each of which also counts as an objective. This means that some cities count as multiple objectives. For example, Rome is worth 4 objective points.
And in addition to this, there are 12 Senators at the start of the game, belonging to the Senate player. Each of these is also worth one victory point. They can't be disbanded but they can be captured. So the total victory points possible is 67.
You need at least 24 for a marginal victory, and 36 for a decisive victory. The game lasts from December 55 BCE to December 27 BCE (164 turns). Good luck, citizen!