A collaborative community website about Mortem et Gloriam that anyone, can build and expand.
Wikis like this one depend on readers getting involved and adding content. Click the "ADD NEW PAGE" or "EDIT" button at the top of any page to get started!
The MeG army lists are divided into 6 sets each containing a number of collections.
- Chariot (up to about 500 BCE)
- Classical (roughly 500 BCE to 500 CE)
- Early Medieval (roughly 500 CE to 1100 CE)
- Medieval (roughly 1100 CE to 1520 CE)
- Asian (India eastwards)
- Americas (north and south American continents and Oceania)
When creating a new army page, use the 'preload template' dropdown box to get the standard set of headings.
I think one way of uploading army lists at the moment would be to take a screenshot of the Print Format page of the army builder spreadsheet and post that. Another would be to print the page to PDF format and use a free online converter such as https://www.ilovepdf.com/ to make a jpg image and then post that into the page.
User Guide - Adding and Editing the Wiki
- Adding to an existing or blank page
- What to put in a WiKi entry
Common Army Types
An overview of some of the popular army types available, including the often numerous lists that are covered by each. Hopefully will help newer players familiarise themselves with the huge array of armies available.
- Nomad Hordes
- Chariot armies
- Viking types
- Eastern European Cavalry
- Barbarian Horde
- Samurai Japanese
Common Troop Types
An explanation of various popular (and maybe effective) troop types; hopefully useful to newer MeGers who may not yet be aware of some of the terminology, both the historical terms and player terms.
- "Full Fat" Knights
- flexible horse archers
- Glossary for new players and non-MeGers - some of the terms and "slang" you may encounter
Some hints and tips as to how some types of armies can be used to effect.