Rome Auxiliary Corps
Melee Cavalry (Auxiliary Corps)
Although they are versatile units protected by shields, melee cavalry are weak against more specialised units.
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Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Afr_Cav)
Auxiliary Sabaean Cavalry
The desert breeds fierce fighters, and good horsemen.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Ara_Camel_Spear)
Auxiliary Camel Spearmen
Hardy fighters whose camels unnerve horses.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Ara_Cav)
Auxiliary Arabian Cavalry
The desert does not allow fools or cowards to live long.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Bac_Light_Horse)
Auxiliary Bactrian Light Horse
These men are of tough hill stock, and handy in a fight.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Bri_Scout_Riders)
Auxiliary Briton Scout Riders
Light horsemen are always useful as a general's eyes and ears.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cel_Light_Horse)
Auxiliary Celtic Light Horse
No Roman general would refuse cavalry able to fight and scout.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Dac_Spear_Horsemen)
Auxiliary Spear Horsemen
While not renowned as horsemen, Dacians can still set spears and charge.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Eas_Cappadocian_Cav)
Auxiliary Cappadocian Cavalry
No ambitious Roman commander ignores a force of competent cavalrymen.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Gal_Light_Horse)
Auxiliary Gallic Light Horse
A good Roman commander can put light cavalry to good use in a fight.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Gal_Noble_Horse)
Auxiliary Noble Horse
A mounted, armoured fist is always useful in a Roman army.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Gre_Citizen_Cav)
Auxiliary Citizen Cavalry
Loyal auxiliaries are a useful cavalry force.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Ibe_Cav)
Auxiliary Iberian Cavalry
These auxiliaries are a flexible force of cavalry in any Roman army.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Ibe_Scutarii_Cav)
Auxiliary Scutarii Cavalry
These heavy cavalrymen are well-versed in the cut-and-thrust of melee.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Ill_Cav)
Auxiliary Illyrian Cavalry
Romans are infantrymen; it makes sense, then, to use whatever auxiliary cavalry can be found.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Ita_Socii_Equites)
Excellent horsemen and a valuable striking force to a bold commander.