This is a quick on-page TTRPG for 1-5 players about revolts in ancient city-states.

Players generate their city-state location and convernment type and decide how many revolts they want to envision. By rolling dices, the outcomes of these revolts are decided, and each player envisions a story based on these outcomes.

By pressing the Run game button on top of this page, a Hi-Res image is showing the one-page  TTRPG containing all the rules. Choose this option if you want to play the game with your computer or mobile device at hand.

With the Download button at the bottom of this page you will get the same page in  PDF format.   Choose that option if you want to print the page on paper.

Example Playthrough

Tyranny Government in North Africa - Carthage

Revolt 1: Monarchy

Defeated Partially - The tyrant retains power, but a puppet monarch is installed.

Scene stage: Planning.


Eo, a slave caught in the revolt. Ket, an elite who has a lot to gain.

Ket: "You could gain your freedom from this."

Eo: "And you? Why do this? You already have freedom."

Ket: "Aye, freedom I do have. I do not have a crown."

Result/Reflections: Ket gains his crown, but no power.

and so on...

CategoryPhysical game
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
AuthorsLucas Molina, Humane Tiger


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