As with all sets up to now (other games like Maurice or Longstreet) i expected that the cardset is for 2

The Longstreet card set is not for two players; it is for one.

this "full set" isnt enough for a game.

A full set of

*Aurelian* cards that would cover all the possible combinations of enemies would require 160 cards - double the current size.

That's because I have no way of knowing who your opponent is. For example: if you are Roman and so is your opponent, then you will need

**two** sets of Common cards

**and** two sets of Roman cards.

That would work until somebody complained, "Hey, I'm playing Germans and so is my opponent; there aren't enough cards in here for both of us; this isn't a full set!"

If you wanted a "full set" for two players that covered every possible match-up, then I'd have to charge you double. That makes no sense, and most people would then complain: "Hey, nobody in our club plays the Sarmatians... how come we have to pay for all these double Sarmatian cards we don't need?" (Not to mention: I don't know how many people you play with. A set for two people isn't much good if your group has three members. Somebody will have to order too many cards, and he'll complain that that's not fair.)

You might then logically ask,

*"Then why not just sell them in packs of 16, so that each player could get only the ones he needs?" *Which is a reasonable question, but experience has taught me that people will then complain that I'm charging way too much for just 16 cards, and how come they have to pay for all that shipping for just sixteen lousy cards?!?

Thus you get a full set of cards for one player - just like

*Longstreet*. If you want another set you can use the free ones that I have on the Downloads page.