Romans Go Home!

A project in Hayward, CA by Eric B Vogel

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Romans Go Home is a fast, fun, and fighty card game for players ages 13 and up. Can you send the Roman empire packing?
Backers: 164
Average Pledge Per Backer: $28

Funded: $4,671 of $500
Dates: Apr 4th -> May 9th (35 days)
Project By: Eric B Vogel
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Latest News


May 5th - via:
This post is for backers only. Please visit and log in to read. (Read More)

Getting ahead of myself.

May 2nd - via:
Just a little cartoon  thank you message from me, as we go into the home stretch!  Thanks!  (Read More)

Designer diary

April 28th - via:
Hi all, If some of you are interested in hearing a little more about the background and history of this project, you may want to read my designer diary for Romans Go Home! On BGG. We are in the homestretch now, with just 11 days to go! Even though I... (Read More)

9.6 tiers.

April 25th - via:
Okay, so I have been getting a lot of requests for particular combinations of rewards (2 of 1 with one of another, etc).  I want to be accomadating, but I think some of these combos are just sought by 1 or 2 folks, and I really don't want the number... (Read More)

A Small Token

April 23rd - via:
I want to again thank all you backers who have supported the Romans Go Home! Kickstarter.  It has gone much better than I anticipated.  In honor of the Kickstarter exceeding 100 Backers, and $3,000 (and because, frankly, I just had the idea for it... (Read More)

Tiers on my pillow

April 20th - via:
Okay!  Here is that new tier I have been hinting about, the HORSEMAN tier. For $42, you can get a copy of Romans Go Home!, a copy of Armorica, plus a copy of another totally new card game of mine, Kola.  Kola is an auction game, in which players... (Read More)

You bring a tier to my Kickstarter.

April 11th - via:
At the request of a couple of backers, and after making sure that 3 copies of Romans Go Home! will fit in a USPS small flat rate box, I am adding a new reward tier today.  The Chariots tier (so called, because there is more than one person in the... (Read More)


April 7th - via:
Yes indeed it turns out I put a typo in the body of the text for the PIKEMAN tier, and Kickstarter will not let me correct it.  The tier is indeed $25.  Sorry if the statement that "$20 includes the cost of shipping in the U.S." is confusing. ... (Read More)

Replaces nature's own tiers...

April 6th - via:
Did you know that a USPS small flat-rate box will hold a copy of Romans Go Home! and a copy of Armorica?  Evidently, until today neither did I.  I suspect that many of my backers already have a copy of Armorica, but for those who don't - here is a... (Read More)

First Day

April 5th - via:
Hello! Romans Go Home! had a very good first day on Kickstarter.  It has funded, assuming people do not withdraw their backing.  Today, things seem to be slowing down a little.  Time for me to go do a little more promotion.  I am a little... (Read More)

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