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Barbarian Village (Lead)

The village is the heart of the people.

Roman and Greek historians often described the barbarian tribes as wandering people who lived for the hunt and knew little of farming and construction. Nothing could be further from the truth. A number of structures have been discovered that show that so-called 'barbarians' had a firm grasp of building techniques and were able to construct homes and defences that have survived for thousands of years. Brochs, dry stone buildings found in Scotland, survived the harsh weather and provide interesting information about the people who built them. Many were multi-storey dwellings and historians still debate their use: some believe they were defensive structures; others argue they may have been prestige buildings, symbols of wealth and power.

Minor Settlement (Lead)

Barbarian Hamlet (Lead)
Barbarian Hamlet (Lead)
(rom_BARBARIAN_city_minor_silver_1)
Minor Settlement (Lead) Level 0
Barbarian Village (Lead)
Barbarian Village (Lead)
(rom_BARBARIAN_city_minor_silver_2)
Minor Settlement (Lead) Level 1
Barbarian Town (Lead)
Barbarian Town (Lead)
(rom_BARBARIAN_city_minor_silver_3)
Minor Settlement (Lead) Level 2
Barbarian Pagus (Lead)
Barbarian Pagus (Lead)
(rom_BARBARIAN_city_minor_silver_4)
Minor Settlement (Lead) Level 3
Barbarian Village (Lead)

Building Name

Barbarian Village (Lead)

Level Name

rom_BARBARIAN_city_minor_silver_2

Building Chain

Minor Settlement (Lead)

Building Level

2

Create Time

6

Create Cost

2700

Effects

-2 food (this_region)
170 wealth from manufacturing (industry) (this_building)
+15% wealth from all sources (regions_in_this_province)
+1 growth per turn (this_province)
+1 public order per turn (sanitation) (all provinces)
+1 army recruitment capacity (this_province)
10 lead (this_building)
25 silver talents (this_building)
[NOT DISPLAYED] Drives the road levels between settlements (this_region)
+10 line of sight across borders (this_region)
+0.5% 1st, 2nd and 3rd Class (this_building)
+1 army recruitment capacity (this_province)
25 silver talents (this_building)
10 lead (this_building)
[NOT DISPLAYED] Drives the road levels between settlements (this_region)
+10 line of sight across borders (this_region)

Provides Garrison Army

300 Gallic Townsfolk
300 Gallic Townsfolk
Gallic Townsfolk
(GAR_Gal_Armed_Townsfolk)
Melee Infantry
300 Gallic Warriors
300 Gallic Warriors
Gallic Warriors
(GAR_Gal_Garrisoned_Warriors)
Melee Infantry
175 Gallic Slingers
175 Gallic Slingers
175 Gallic Slingers
Gallic Slingers
(GAR_Gal_Local_Slingers)
Missile Infantry
200 Gallic Tribesmen
200 Gallic Tribesmen
200 Gallic Tribesmen
200 Gallic Tribesmen
200 Gallic Tribesmen
Gallic Tribesmen
(GAR_Gal_Tribesmen)
Spear 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
300 Lugoae Vocontae
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (AOR_11_Celtic_Levies)
Lugoae Vocontae
(Celtic 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
2
120 Vocontae Epos
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (AOR_11_Celtic_Light_Cavalry)
Vocontae Epos
(Vocontii Cavalry)

Vocontae Epos constitute the bulk of Vocontii 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
3
300 Massaloi Pantodapoi
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (AOR_11_Greek_Colonist_Levies)
Massaloi Pantodapoi
(Massilian Colonist Levies)

The heritage of the citizen-soldier runs deep in all Greeks, no matter what their home.

300 562 562 26 9 11 66 4 20 30
4
100 Curisi
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (AOR_13_South_Iberian_Cavalry)
Curisi
(Iberian Cavalry)

Curisi are good medium cavalry that can perform well against light troops, but will generally get cut to pieces by superior spear infantry or heavy cavalry.

100 1551 1551 33 11 24 41 10 20 35
5
300 Iberi Milites
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (AOR_13_South_Iberian_Levies)
Iberi Milites
(Iberian Levies)

Iberi Milites are a reliable militia. Fast-moving and able to pepper the enemy with javelins before charging with their spears, they can be relied to beef up Iberian armies whenever numbers are paramount.

300 452 452 24 9 10 52 3 20 35
6
175 Iberi Funditores
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_13_South_Iberian_Slingers)
Iberi Funditores
(Iberian Slingers)

Some sling stones, in the right hands, are worth their weight in gold.

175 517 517 6 190 5 20 18 7 6 32 1 20 25
7
300 Corio Runo
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (AOR_2_Britannic_Ambushers)
Corio Runo
(Brythonic Hidden Warriors)

Unexpected warriors with javelins and swords are useful to any warlord.

300 571 571 38 11 17 69 1 20 35
8
175 Corio Telamon
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_2_Briton_Slingers)
Corio Telamon
(Britannic Slingers)

A good slinger is worth his weight in slingstones, many times over.

175 653 653 6 190 6 20 18 7 6 43 1 20 25
9
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
10
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
11
200 Thureophoroi Indohellenikoi
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (AOR_23_hellenic_medium_inf)
Thureophoroi Indohellenikoi
(Indo-Hellenic Thureos Spears) These spearmen are the lightest component of the regular Indo-Greek phalanx line, equipped with a fairly light linothorax and pteryges, and an equally light helm, though a heavy thureos shield and bronze greaves afford them substantially greater defensive coverage then the traditional hoplitai of distant Hellas.
200 968 968 28 9 11 71 12 20 55
12
175 Peltastai Indohellenikoi
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_23_hellenic_peltasts)
Peltastai Indohellenikoi
(Indo-Hellenic Peltasts) Gone is the close phalanx formation and the long spear, replaced by a somewhat looser but more skilled melee formation. They wear Phrygian style helmets, light cotton Thracian trousers, and carry javelins, in addition to a smaller and lighter shield. The Indo-Greeks have adapted quite well to the environment of India and have prospered. Many have become Buddhists, though they still remain fierce warriors, true to their Hellenic forefathers.
175 701 701 14 85 8 5 27 9 10 48 12 20 50
13
120 Kamboja Asvaka Ksatriya
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (AOR_23_iranian_light_cav)
Kamboja Asvaka Ksatriya
(Indo-Iranian Light Cavalry) Master horsemen and horse traders, Kambojas never leave an opportunity to plunder using their light cavalry. Living on both sides of the Khyber Pass, they are a part of the Arya races which stormed and conquered India, some 1500 years before. Their helmet is an evolved Boiotian one, and their primary cuirass is a quilted silk one. Their weapons are clearly Hellenic: a round aspis shield, a short kontos spear that could be held underarm in a couched stance, and a sturdy kopis for when the spear gives way.""
120 1778 1778 34 9 24 50 12 20 50
14
175 Thanvare Payahdag
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_23_Persian_Archers)
Thanvare Payahdag
(Persian Archers)

Archers should be valued for ability to strike down a distant foe.

175 508 508 9 165 5 15 18 7 6 22 1 20 25
15
300 Gund-i Palta
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (AOR_23_Persian_Levies)
Gund-i Palta
(Persian Levies)

Cheap spearmen are not necessarily poor spearmen and should make any horseman behave with a little respect.

300 351 351 22 9 11 52 1 20 35
16
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
17
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
18
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
19
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
20
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
21
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
22
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
23
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
24
175 Skutjanz
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (AOR_6_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
25
300 Gaizoz Frije
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (AOR_6_Germanic_Levies)
Gaizoz Frije
(Germanic Levies)

Gaizoz Frije, whose name also means “Free Spears,” are composed largely of local farmers and hunters, Germanic freemen of the lowest rank, accustomed to frequent raids and tribal warfare from a young age. According to Germanic tradition, as soon as these men receive their gaizaz (spear) and skelduz (shield), they are frije (free) adults, charged with equal shares and responsibilities in the tribe. Frije also means one's own, for to belong is to fulfill the duties of being free.

300 420 420 27 9 11 60 1 20 35
26
300 Ordoroi
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (cel_boii_clubmen)
Ordoroi
(Boii Clubmen)

These warriors are among the poorest in Boii society, but they are powerfully built and courageous. They use a wood mace or a club with a heavy metal or bone head, serving as a front-line assault troops.

300 490 490 32 11 13 66 1 20 40
27
300 Bagaudoi
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (cel_boii_levy_spearmen)
Bagaudoi
(Boii Levy Spearmen)

Most of the time, only warriors regularly fight in battle. In the worst periods, however, when the tribe is under threat from their dangerous and aggressive neighbours, or when their convoys are attacked, every able man is called to arms. These levies can also be recruited to reinforce the lines, like in any Celtic battle line.

300 326 326 21 9 8 44 1 20 35
28
175 Acaunoroas
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (cel_boii_slingers)
Acaunoroas
(Boii Slingers)

Slingers are some of the most common light support infantry. Cheap to equip and recruit among shepherds and hunters, the poor but skilled peasants are never short of ammunition.

175 442 442 6 190 5 20 21 11 6 25 1 20 35
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