Hail Caesar Unit Reference Cards

I have created these army unit reference cards as a quick and easy way to access the statistics and special rules for units being played during a game of Hail Caesar. These files can be printed on card stock, cut-out, and then placed in standard-sized plastic sleeves for added protection. Each individual unit card is 3.5" x 2.5"

The army lists contained in the files provided below are not a reproduction of the lists found in the official Hail Caesar army list supplements. These lists are built by myself and others for real games using the models at hand. I will continue to update these files and new army lists. If you see any errors in these files or if you would like to request some specific cards for your army, please contact me.

Antigonid

Succeeding the Antipatrid dynasty in much of Macedonia, Antigonus ruled mostly over Asia Minor and northern Syria. His attempts to take control of the whole of Alexander's empire led to his defeat and death at the Battle of Ipsus in 301 BC. Antigonus's son Demetrius I Poliorcetes survived the battle, and managed to seize control of Macedon itself a few years later, but eventually lost his throne, dying in prison.

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This file contains the following unit cards:
  • Antigonus One-Eye (General)
  • Demitrius (Commander)
  • Phalangite Veternas
  • Phalangite Infantry
  • War Elephant & Crew
  • Companion Heavy Cavalry
  • Line Medium Cavalry
  • Tarentine Light Cavalry
  • Ballista Heavy Artillery
  • Peltasts with Javelins
  • Cretan Archers
  • Unnamed Leader (value 8)


Carthaginian

For much of its history, Carthage was in a constant state of struggle with the Greeks on Sicily and the Roman Republic, which led to a series of armed conflicts known as the Greek-Punic Wars and Punic Wars. The city also had to deal with the volatile Berbers, the indigenous inhabitants of the entire area where Carthage was built. In 146 BC, after the third and final Punic War, Carthage was destroyed and then occupied by Roman forces. Nearly all of the other Phoenician city-states and former Carthaginian dependencies fell into Roman hands from then on.

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This file contains the following unit cards:
  • Hannibal Barca (General)
  • Mago Barca (Commander)
  • Hasdrubal
  • Maharbal
  • Liby-Phoenician Veterans
  • Libyan Heavy Infantry
  • Liby-Phoenician Medium Cavalry
  • Spanish Scutarii
  • African War Elephant & Crew
  • Numidian Light Cavalry
  • Ligurian Slingers
  • Numidian Javeliners


Confederated Allies

In 307, the Fourth Diadoch War broke out. Again, Antigonus and Demetrius were fighting against Cassander and Ptolemy, who were now supported by Lysimachus, the ruler of Thrace, who invaded Asia Minor and captured Sardes and Ephesus. The troops of Demetrius, who were in Thessaly fighting Cassander, crossed the Aegean Sea and started on a march through Asia. At the same time, Cassander crossed the Hellespont, hoping to support Lysimachus, and Antigonus moved from Syria to Asia Minor, hoping that he and his son could defeat Cassander and Lysimachus in one decisive battle.

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This file contains the following unit cards:
  • Selucus Nicator (General)
  • Cassander (Commander)
  • Lysimachus (Commander)
  • Phalangite Veternas
  • Phalangite Infantry
  • Greek Hoplites
  • Thracian Light Infantry
  • War Elephant & Crew
  • Companion Heavy Cavalry
  • Line Medium Cavalry
  • Tarentine Light Cavalry
  • Ballista Heavy Artillery
  • Unnamed Leaders (value 8)
  • Unnamed Leader (value 9)

4 comments:

  1. This is very helpful! Great idea, I will print some off for myself, thank you!

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  2. Any way we could get marian and or republican roman cards?

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