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Class 兵種 Missile Cavalry Recruitable regions 招募地區 The Steppes
Men 兵員數 60 Required technology 招募需求科技
Guns 火炮數 Turns to build 招募回合 1
Firepower 火力 Unit limit 數量限制 0
Range 射程 100 Abilities 兵種能力
  • Can skirmish
  • Can hide in woodland
  • Can Fire from Horseback
  • Paths seldom trod
  • Good stamina
  • Resistant to cold fatigue
Accuracy 準確度 20
Reloading Skill 裝彈技巧 5
Ammo. 彈藥數 20
Melee Attack 格鬥 7
Charge Bonus 衝鋒 9
Defence 防禦 4
Morale 士氣 3
Recruit. Cost 招募費用 910
Unkeep Cost 維持費用 270
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Kalmuks There is a long tradition on the steppes of fighting from horseback. Children are put in the saddle before they can walk, and this makes them almost part of the horse. In previous centuries, accurately firing a bow while riding at speed requires a man who has exceptional ability with both the weapon and a horse. Steppe warriors can control their horses using their knees, and without the need to hold the reins they can use weapons easily and well. Their tactics have always involved galloping up to a slower enemy, delivering a devastating volley, and then riding away again. This way of warfare has survived in the era of pistols and muskets, although most steppe warriors carry numerous weapons (if they can) to avoid reloading in the heat of battle.

Historically, all the eastern nations had an ambiguous relationship with the steppe peoples. They both feared them and wanted their services. This allowed the more cunning steppe tribes to keep a measure of autonomy when other “natives” were being ruthlessly crushed.

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