All Roman and Latin legions are finished and can be seen at the blog. Looking at the finished collection I just may add more Latin auxilia and cavalry to bring their numbers up to historical levels.
Spanish troops should be arriving next week and these will build four armies for all the sub-lists plus options.
While waiting for the order to arrive I will have time to write a timeline covering the campaigns in Spain following the 2nd Punic War as chronicled by Livy. I should be able to squeeze a number of maps for possible campaigns.
Here is a brief glimpse into the campaign system and from the photo you can see counters that were quickly made for the initial tests. I will post observations of the initial testing on my next post but I can say that I am very pleased with the results so far.
I have sent out a request for play testers of the campaign rules and a number are reviewing the rules.
I am about halfway through painting the two Iberian commands. Detailing and highlighting I will plan for tomorrow and they will be ready for varnishing. While those are drying, I can begin cleaning and basing the last two command of Celtiberian and Lusitanian.