Skip to content

Brookhurst Hobbies teams up with Clash of Empires

Brookhurst Hobbies will be stocking Clash of Empires in North America. From their announcement:
We are delighted to announce that Brookhurst Hobbies will be stocking Clash of Empires in North America. They will be selling the rule book direct to customers and to retailers. Retailers can contact Brookhurst Hobbies at by email at or by phone at (714)636-3580 to stock the rules. The book is full colour, hardback and 192 pages. Stocks will be shipped from the UK on April 19th so get your orders in to the guys at Brookhurst. More information on the Clash of Empires rules is below: Clash of Empires is the tabletop wargaming rules for battles from deepest antiquity to the Medieval era using armies of model soldiers.
Game Rules Complete rules on how to play including clear diagrams and tactical tips. The game rules cover the organization of units, movement, manoeuvre, orders, shooting, hand-to-hand combat and morale. Advanced Rules The advanced rules cover different weapon types, skirmishers, chariots, elephants and artillery. Unit special rules detail different formations and fighting styles used by soldiers throughout history such as the powerful phalanx, the short sword expertise of the Roman legionary and the feigned flight tactic of nomadic horsemen. The Generals and commanders section shows how these characters influence the battle and affect the morale and discipline of their troops. Armies of Antiquity Clash of Empires is filled with beautifully painted miniatures and armies throughout the book. Included is a section on setting up a game, including elements such as strategy rating, flanking marches and victory points. Each of the four scenarios are presented with guides on the forces available, terrain placement, army deployment and victory conditions. The Wars of Imperial Rome This section details how to construct your armies for Clash of Empires and includes lists for Early Imperial Rome, Ancient Germans, Ancient British, Caledonians and Dacians. Also includes an allied section for using Sarmatians and Gauls plus army options for representing the civil wars of 69-70 CE and the Batavian Revolt. More army lists are available from our website at and upcoming sourcebooks