Auxiliary CampAn army must be gathered and organised before it is sent on campaign.
Rome expected its people to fight for their city and country in times of need. The army was originally a citizen militia where nearly all members provided their own weapons and equipment. As Rome’s power increased, more troops were needed to defend it, so auxiliary soldiers were recruited from non-Romans to fill the rank and file. The enlistment of auxiliary troops began by the first de facto Emperor, Augustus, drew on provincial non-citizens, allies and conquered nations. Service was for 25 years, after which an auxiliary and his heirs were granted Roman citizenship, an important and superior legal status. The Roman army included many cultures and nationalities, often speaking their own languages and fighting in their own traditional styles. By the 2nd century AD half the army's total strength, and almost all its cavalry, consisted of auxiliaries.
Building NameAuxiliary Camp
Building ChainMilitary (Recruitment)
Effects-1 food (this_region)
Provides Garrison Army
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Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Afr_Archers)
Auxiliary Sabaean Archers
An archer at home in desert sands is always useful.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Afr_Cav)
Auxiliary Sabaean Cavalry
The desert breeds fierce fighters, and good horsemen.
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Afr_Spr)
Auxiliary Sabaean Spearmen
A man at home in the desert has his uses.
Cavalry / Missile Cavalry / (Aux_Ara_Camel_Archers)
Auxiliary Camel Archers
Camels make useful mounts for archers, if only because they upset horses!
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.
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Ara_Spr)
Auxiliary Arabian Spearmen
Silver buys desert guile, and some familiarity with the spear.
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Bac_Hillmen)
Auxiliary Bactrian Hillmen
Armed with javelins and axes, these hardy hill people can trouble an enemy.
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.
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Bri_Slingers)
Auxiliary Briton Slingers
A good slinger is worth his weight in slingshot, many times over.
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Bri_Spear_Band)
Auxiliary Spear Band
It is honourable to take Roman coin, and carry a spear into battle.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Cel_Light_Horse)
Auxiliary Celtic Light Horse
No Roman general would refuse cavalry able to fight and scout.
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Cel_Short_Swords)
Auxiliary Short Swords
Bravery in battle, rather than skill, sometimes gives worth to a man.
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Cel_Skirm)
Auxiliary Celtic Skirmishers
Even the humblest can serve Rome in times of need.
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Cel_Warriors)
Auxiliary Celtic Warriors
A Celt may swing a longsword for Rome and remain a Celt.
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Dac_Bowmen)
Auxiliary Dacian Bowmen
Bowmen will always find a use, no matter their quality.
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Dac_Falxmen)
The falx is a deadly weapon in the correct hands - in Roman hands…
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Dac_Skirm)
Auxiliary Dacian Skirmishers
Excellent local skirmishers to screen the movements of the Legions.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Dac_Spear_Horsemen)
Auxiliary Spear Horsemen
While not renowned as horsemen, Dacians can still set spears and charge.
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Dac_Spears)
Auxiliary Dacian Spears
Within their limitations, a Roman commander can always find a use for spearmen.
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Eas_Hillmen)
Resentment of others can make anyone fight hard, even for Rome.
Cavalry / Missile Cavalry / (Aux_Eas_Horse_Skirm)
Auxiliary Horse Skirmishers
Roman generals find mounted skirmishers useful from time to time.
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Eas_Javelinmen)
Auxiliary Eastern Javelinmen
These javelin-armed troops skirmish ahead of the main line, weakening the enemy's resolve.
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Egy_Archers)
Auxiliary Egyptian Archers
Archers can strike down the enemies of Rome at a distance.
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Egy_Infantry)
Auxiliary Egyptian Infantry
The sons of the desert can be of useful service to Rome.
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Gal_Gallic_Hunters)
Auxiliary Gallic Hunters
The skills of a hunter are best used in the service of Rome.
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.
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Gal_Warriors)
Auxiliary Gallic Warriors
A Gaul may skilfully swing a longsword for Rome and remain a Gaul.
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Ger_Longbow_Hunters)
Auxiliary Longbow Hunters
An arrow shot in Rome's service is always a good thing.
Cavalry / Missile Cavalry / (Aux_Ger_Scout_Riders)
Auxiliary Germanic Scout Riders
A Roman army needs cunning troops to be its eyes and ears.
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Ger_Spear_Brothers)
Auxiliary Spear Brothers
Germans are still fierce and formidable, even in Roman uniforms.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Gre_Citizen_Cav)
Auxiliary Citizen Cavalry
Loyal auxiliaries are a useful cavalry force.
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Gre_Hoplites)
Romans recognise the manly virtues embodied by the phalanx.
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Gre_Peltasts)
A good Roman commander knows the value of skirmishers.
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Aux_Ibe_Slingers)
Auxiliary Iberian Slingers
An Iberian stone cast for Rome can be as deadly as any other.
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Ibe_Sword)
Auxiliary Iberian Swordsmen
Javelins and swords make these Iberians a worthy addition to the Roman battle line.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Aux_Ill_Cav)
Auxiliary Illyrian Cavalry
Romans are infantrymen; it makes sense, then, to use whatever auxiliary cavalry can be found.
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Ill_Coastal_Levies)
Auxiliary Coastal Levies
Good axemen should always have a place in the armies of Rome.
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Ill_Raiders)
Auxiliary Illyrian Raiders
Swift, local infantry who know the territory; a valuable addition to the ranks.
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Infantry)
Able soldiers, well schooled in war, and eager to serve Rome.
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Ita_Socii_Hastati)
These troops throw spears at the enemy, and then close to settle matters with the sword.
Cavalry / Missile Cavalry / (Aux_Par_Horse_Archers)
Auxiliary Parthian Horse Archers
No Roman commander worth his salt ignores the possibilities of horse archers.
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Aux_Par_Spear)
Auxiliary Parthian Spearmen
Spearmen do not need to be skilled or well paid to die for Rome.
Cavalry / Missile Cavalry / (Aux_Sar_Horse_Archers)
Auxiliary Sarmatian Horse Archers
Sarmatians in the service of Rome are a force well worth their salt.
Cavalry / Shock Cavalry / (Aux_Sar_Lancers)
Auxiliary Sarmatian Lancers
Enemy guts spilled by a lance are a good thing for any Roman commander.
Cavalry / Missile Cavalry / (Aux_Scy_Horse_Archers)
Auxiliary Scythian Horse Archers
Scythians who pull a bow for Rome are worthy warriors.
Cavalry / Missile Cavalry / (Aux_Thr_Cav)
Auxiliary Thracian Cavalry
Those who fling javelins in the service of Rome do so with the blessings of Jupiter!
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Aux_Thr_Warriors)
Auxiliary Thracian Warriors
When victorious over a worthy opponent, absorb its strength.
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Rom_Hastati)
These young men are the armoured front line of a Roman Legion.
Missile Infantry / Missile Infantry / (Rom_Velites)
These javelin-armed skirmishers are fast moving and lightly armoured.
Melee Infantry / Special / (Rom_War_Dogs)
Ferocious animals, trained to rip out men's throats to break any resistance.