I simpley love playing the Romani campaign in a historical fasion! Infact, I play historically as possible for any faction (Any mod/game for that matter)... Anyway I digress. I do agree however it can be quite tricky, it gets progressively harder as the game goes on - for obvious reasons! Currently I am at the year 260 BC and as you may know a little into the First Punic War, I have controll of Italy from Taras to Banonia and Messana in Sicily. I am also using your Guide to Conduct Becoming of a True Roman (Infact, truth be told, I printed it off so it can lay beside my many other tomes) Quintus Sertorius inconjuction with historical notes and pages found across the inter-web! .
Previously I relied on my own knowladge of Antiquety history along side the Year in History (<3) feature in EB, which went all to plan, though at times... Several times in fact my campaign although remaining hugely fun did falter from the trodden path set by history!
Now, though, I am using multiple ways to keep my Romani campaign as historical as possible. It's true it's hard and far from everybody's cup of tea, but for me personally it's the most fun I've had yet with EB - which I've been playing for some time now.
So, all said, hats off to this thread! It's going straight into Favourates so I can use the Conquest Line which wasn't complete in your Guide