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Hellenistic Komai (Trained Slaves)

Successful villages attract trade and settlers, and grow as a result.

Based on agriculture, fishing, trade, or mining small communities supported the growth of Greek city-states and the later Hellenic empires, providing every raw material needed. Villages only happen where there is something worth exploiting, and the best placed ones soon grow into larger towns. In the Greek world, such settlements could be as varied as the hamlets of the Spartan perioikoi, who helped keep the helots enslaved inside the state and acted as intermediaries with the outside world, to the "thousand golden cities" of Bactria which thrived on agriculture and flourishing trade in Asia Minor.

Minor Settlement (Trained Slaves)

Hellenistic Hamlet (Trained Slaves)
Hellenistic Hamlet (Trained Slaves)
(rom_HELLENIC_city_minor_slave_1)
Minor Settlement (Trained Slaves) Level 0
Hellenistic Village (Trained Slaves)
Hellenistic Village (Trained Slaves)
(rom_HELLENIC_city_minor_slave_2)
Minor Settlement (Trained Slaves) Level 1
Hellenistic Komai (Trained Slaves)
Hellenistic Komai (Trained Slaves)
(rom_HELLENIC_city_minor_slave_3)
Minor Settlement (Trained Slaves) Level 2
Hellenistic Town (Trained Slaves)
Hellenistic Town (Trained Slaves)
(rom_HELLENIC_city_minor_slave_4)
Minor Settlement (Trained Slaves) Level 3
Hellenistic Komai (Trained Slaves)

Building Name

Hellenistic Komai (Trained Slaves)

Level Name

rom_HELLENIC_city_minor_slave_3

Building Chain

Minor Settlement (Trained Slaves)

Building Level

3

Create Time

10

Create Cost

4650

Require Technology

Architectural Advances
Architectural Advances

Effects

-5 food (this_region)
212 wealth from local commerce (this_building)
+4 growth per turn (this_province)
-4 public order(squalor) (this_province)
+1 army recruitment capacity (this_province)
[NOT DISPLAYED] Drives the road levels between settlements (this_region)
Reduces slave population decline (this_province)
+45% wealth generated by slaves (this_province)
-30% slave unrest (all provinces)
+10 line of sight across borders (this_region)
+0.7% 1st, 2nd and 3rd Class (this_building)
60 trained slaves (this_building)
+1 army recruitment capacity (this_province)
[NOT DISPLAYED] Drives the road levels between settlements (this_region)
+10 line of sight across borders (this_region)

Provides Garrison Army

200 Greek Militia
200 Greek Militia
200 Greek Militia
200 Greek Militia
200 Greek Militia
Greek Militia
(GAR_Gre_Citizen_Militia)
Hoplite/Pike Infantry
200 Greek Hoplites
200 Greek Hoplites
200 Greek Hoplites
200 Greek Hoplites
200 Greek Hoplites
Greek Hoplites
(GAR_Gre_Garrisoned_Hoplites)
Hoplite/Pike Infantry
175 Greek Archers
175 Greek Archers
175 Greek Archers
175 Greek Archers
Greek Archers
(GAR_Gre_Local_Archers)
Missile Infantry

Recruitable Units

Recruitable Units Lv. 0
No. Unit Sol. Costom Cost Recru. Cost Unkeep Cost Ship HP. Ship Spd. Msl. Dmg. Rng. Sht. /min Amo. Mle. Atk. Mle. Dmg. Chg. Mle. Def. Arm. HP. Mor.
1
120 Parasim Lebiponnim
Cavalry / Missile Cavalry / (AOR_15_Libyan_Cavalry)
Parasim Lebiponnim
(Libyan Cavalry)

Lightly armed horsemen that act primarily as scouts.

120 898 898 15 90 9 7 30 10 22 34 2 20 35
2
200 Dorkim Lybim
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_15_Libyan_Infantry)
Dorkim Lybim
(Libyan Infantry)

Levied soldiers that fight as javelin-armed swordsmen.

200 915 915 30 10 11 67 10 20 40
3
175 Mitnagsim Lybim
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_15_Libyan_Javelinmen)
Mitnagsim Lybim
(Libyan Javelinmen)

These javelin-armed skirmishers harry an enemy before the main battle is joined.

175 361 361 15 90 8 5 15 7 6 37 1 20 25
4
300 Mishteret Lybim
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (AOR_15_Libyan_Levies)
Mishteret Lybim
(Libyan Levies)

Relatively untrained citizens that are called to arms only in the most dire of circumstances.

300 518 518 28 9 10 71 3 20 40
5
300 Arabioi Katadromeis
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (AOR_20_arabian_auxiliaries)
Arabioi Katadromeis
(Arabian Auxiliaries)

Arabian auxiliaries form irregular units useful for long-range operations, especially in the desert. They can afford a light and cheap helmet like the Boeotian one, also used by many other troops.

300 490 490 15 9 10 57 6 20 40
6
120 Ana-Arabim Kamelarios
Cavalry / Missile Cavalry / (AOR_20_Arabian_Camel_Archers)
Ana-Arabim Kamelarios
(Arabian Camel Archers)

These camel riders are well suited, by inclination and training, to hit-and-run raiding tactics.

120 874 874 10 150 5 15 30 11 20 29 2 30 25
7
300 Erinamesh Ana-Arabim
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (AOR_20_Arabian_Levies)
Erinamesh Ana-Arabim
(Arabian Levies)

The desert-canny fight only when they must.

300 407 407 26 9 10 56 1 20 35
8
80 Corio Cunos Vidios
Melee Infantry / Special / (AOR_3_Celtic_Savage_Dogs)
Corio Cunos Vidios
(Celtic Savage Dogs)

The Celts are proud of their loyal hunting dogs. These ferocious animals can be trained for war, and rip out men's throats to break any resistance.

80 640 640 18 7 15 26 8 20 35
9
300 Aeudi Lugoae
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (AOR_3_Gallic_Levies)
Aeudi Lugoae
(Gallic Levies)

During periods of strife and war, it is sometimes necessary to call upon ordinary citizens to organize as militia. Called Lugoae, militia in Celtic societies are farmers, craftsmen, fishermen, and so on, called to brief military service in periods of crisis. They may train a few times a year to fight, and games and sports encourage a decent level of physicality, but they're still only militia, and can only be trusted to do so much.

300 496 496 21 9 10 65 4 20 30
10
120 Leuce Epos
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (AOR_3_Gallic_Light_Cavalry)
Leuce Epos
(Gallic Cavalry)

Leuce Epos constitute the bulk of Gallic cavalry. Well-trained compared to many of their enemies’ cavalry, they are invaluable to any army. They throw javelins at a distance, depleting an enemy before charging with their main spears. They are trained to throw javelins, charge, and withdraw repeatedly, and they do it well. A bronze helmet, shield, and light weapons may not seem the equipment of any particularly great cavalry, but they are a solid medium cavalry force, capable of running down routers, defeating light cavalry, and skirmishing if necessary.

120 1216 1216 26 9 22 39 4 20 40
11
300 Gaelaiche
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (AOR_3_Gallic_Medium_Spearmen)
Gaelaiche
(Gallic Spearmen)

The Gaelaiche carry cheap equipment: Celtic longspears, javelins, and a shield. Their longspears are fair quality, with broad, sharp heads that cause deep, terrible gashes, and can be used to bring down horses as well. These weapons are accompanied by javelins thrown into an enemy position to disorient and kill a few foes. The Gaelaiche are mostly composed of the youngest Celtic warriors, but there is no shame in an older, experienced warrior fighting with a spear as well; the spear is a respected weapon in Celtic society.

300 693 693 24 9 10 73 8 20 35
12
175 Aeudi Gaeroas
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_3_Gallic_Skirmishers)
Aeudi Gaeroas
(Gallic Skirmishers)

Even the poorest of the tribe can fight for the tribe's honour and glory.

175 412 412 14 85 8 5 18 7 6 50 1 20 25
13
300 Bataroas
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_3_Gallic_Swordsmen)
Bataroas
(Gallic Swordsmen)

The Bataroas hail from a region the Romans call Transalpine Gaul (Gaul on the other side of the Alps). Raised from the Celtic warrior class, these Gauls are proud and experienced fighters who often value feats of impetuous valour over acts of more prudent common sense.

300 865 865 38 11 17 62 8 20 50
14
200 Erin-mesh Uriki
Melee Infantry / Hoplite/Pike Infantry / (AOR_33_akkadian_elite_guards)
Erin-mesh Uriki
(Akkadian Elite Infantry)

These Akkadian infantrymen wear some armour, helmets and light thorakes, and all carry aspis shields to go with their long spears. The Erin-mesh Uriki are drawn from the citizen rolls of Akkadian cities, and are customarily employed as guardians of cities and temples, and as emergency militia during wartime.

200 1344 1344 34 9 13 82 18 20 60
15
300 Kares Pezoi
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_33_Karian_Axemen)
Kares Pezoi
(Karian Axemen)

These lightly-armoured axemen can hack their way into the flanks and rear of enemies.

300 885 885 39 11 15 70 8 20 50
16
175 Mysoi Sphendonetai
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_33_Mysian_Slingers)
Mysoi Sphendonetai
(Mysian Slingers)

Witty slingers, and all Greeks have wit, often scratch OUCH! onto their shots.

175 449 449 6 190 5 20 18 7 6 32 1 20 25
17
300 Phrygioi Pantodapoi
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (AOR_33_Phrygian_Levies)
Phrygioi Pantodapoi
(Phrygian Levies)

Levies can fight and are relatively cheap to maintain, but lack skill and conviction.

300 562 562 26 9 11 66 4 20 30
18
300 Krobyzoi Thureophoroi
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (AOR_38_krobyzi_spearmen)
Krobyzoi Thureophoroi
(Krobyzoi Thureos Spearmen)

The Krobyzoi are a Thracian tribe from northern Thrace, neighbours of the Getae in the East and the ferocious Triballi in the West. They wear no armour, but some have light pelt caps, others Phrygian and Thracian helmets.

300 466 466 24 9 10 71 3 20 40
19
175 Maedi Peltastai
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_38_maedi_peltastai)
Maedi Peltastai
(Maedi Peltasts)

The Maedi are an ancient tribe inhabiting the southwestern fringe of Thrace. They are famous as the tribe of Spartacus. They are also famous for their wild Aurochs, the Bolinthos, which is one popular war emblem. With their raiding and contacts with the Greeks, they use more xiphos swords and Chalcidian helmets than their northeastern neighbours.

175 920 920 16 95 9 5 32 10 11 70 12 20 50
20
200 Cordinau Orca
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_38_Scordisci_Elite_Infantry)
Cordinau Orca
(Scordisci Elite Swordsmen)

The Scordisci are Celtic warriors who live near Macedonia. They are famous for their use of sheering curved swords that can cause an opponent terrible gashes, and are known to use the skulls of their enemies as drinking cups. Like the Solduros of the Gauls, in the East the Scordisci have the Cordinau Orca (Kor-dee-now Urk-ah; Battle Boars), the guardians of their chief, and fearsome, strong warriors. The Scordisci are a rather extroverted Celtic people; they are so cosmopolitan that their enemies think them Thracians or Illyrians.

200 1206 1206 40 11 11 78 14 20 50
21
300 Galathraikes
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_38_Thrace_Gallo_Thracian_Warriors)
Galathraikes
(Gallo-Thracian Infantry)

These warriors are highly sought after swordsmen from the Celtic-dominated regions of Thracia. They carry a small, sturdy thureos, several javelins, and a Celtic longsword. They wear bronze helmets of Celtic types, popular after the Galatian invasion of Thracia, but they wear little armour aside from this helmet and their shield.

300 585 585 34 11 13 55 3 20 45
22
175 Thrakioi Peltastai
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_38_Thracian_Peltasts)
Thrakioi Peltastai
(Thracian Peltasts)

Unencumbered by armour, these fast moving skirmishers use javelins to disrupt enemy units.

175 449 449 15 90 9 5 24 10 10 44 1 20 30
23
300 Thrakioi Pezoi
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_38_Thracian_Warriors)
Thrakioi Pezoi
(Thracian Warriors)

A Thracian likes to think of himself unequalled by other men. Perhaps he is right.

300 836 836 48 13 19 58 4 20 40
24
300 Thyni Rhomphaiaphoroi
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_38_thyni_romphaiaphoroi)
Thyni Rhomphaiaphoroi
(Thyni Rhomphaia Warriors)

A famous Thracian tribe, the Thyni are renowned for their fearsome night attacks and lightning raids, as the Macedonians and Odrysians well know. This eastern coastal tribe is also made up of fishermen and merchants, and is one of the most Hellenised and prosperous Thracian kingdoms, due to their immediate contact with some Greek harbour colonies.

300 911 911 48 13 20 58 6 20 55
25
120 Reidonez
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (AOR_5_Germanic_Cavalry)
Reidonez
(Germanic Cavalry)

Reidonez ride small and sometimes poor quality horses, though they are excellent light cavalry. They are useful as scouts as well as skirmishers. However, like many Germanic warriors, they can lack battle-discipline and be overeager to enter battle against worthy opponents. This can lead them to be headstrong and difficult to restrain before a fight, as personal glory gained in battle is always welcome. Honour and standing come from fighting, and sometimes the urge for glory overwhelms their good sense!

120 1084 1084 26 11 20 34 2 20 35
26
175 Skutjanz
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_5_Germanic_Hunters)
Skutjanz
(Germanic Hunters)

A deer or a man: the target still needs killing.

175 528 528 9 165 5 15 21 11 6 29 1 20 25
27
200 Epistratoi Hoplitai
Melee Infantry / Hoplite/Pike Infantry / (Gre_Militia_Hoplites)
Epistratoi Hoplitai
(Levy Hoplites)

Any honest citizen can take up the shield and answer to the name of hoplite.

200 575 575 24 9 11 56 4 20 40
28
175 Psiloi Sphendonetai
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Gre_Slingers)
Psiloi Sphendonetai
(Greek Slingers)

Witty slingers, and all Greeks have wit, often scratch OUCH! onto their shots.

175 517 517 6 190 5 20 10 7 6 37 1 20 35
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