Who became the first regent of the Empire following Alexander the Great’s death?
Among the Diadochi listed below, who was a member of the somatophylax, the royal bodyguards?
Among the famous board game designers listed below, who co-designed Successors?
Who were the Silver Shields?
Which diadoch was nicknamed “monophtalmos” (one-eyed)?
Who was the first Diadoch to fall in battle?
Alexander the Great had three sisters including:
Who is not one general in the game of the Successors?
Who eventually won the Babylonian War of 311-309 BC?
Which diadoch founded a long-lasting dynasty (almost three centuries) in Egypt?
What happened to Alexander’s body?
Olympias, Alexander the Great’s mother, was also known by other names including:
How did Ptolemaîos Keraunos repaid Seleukos of the support the dynast had provided him?
Why was Eumenes of Cardia particularly despised by the other diadochi and the Macedonian troops?
How many individual miniatures of generals are in Successors, the board game?
Who was proclaimed king at the Partition of Babylon in 323 BC?
Under which king of Macedon did Antipatros serve?
How old was Lysimachos, the powerful dynast of Thrace, when he fell in battle at the Battle of Corupedion?
Who won the Battle of Ipsos in 301 BC?
Who was Alexander the Great’s official court gem-engraver, responsible for the king’s signet ring design and official coinage?
How many wives had Philipp II of Macedon?
What was Roxana’s eventual fate?
To whom had Antipatros entrusted the regency of the Empire after his death?
Of the following diadochi and epigoni, only one died of natural causes at age 84 or 85, which one?
What exactly was the famed Helepolis?
How did Olympias overcame Philipp III of Macedon on the battlefield?
What was the fate of Antigenes, the last leader of the Silver Shields?
Who was the last Diadoch standing?
Who killed Thessalonike, Alexander the Great’s half-sister?
Which amazing war machines did Demetrios I “Poliorketes” (The Besieger) used in his campaigns?