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Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (Ger_Noble_Riders)
These proud horsemen will not flinch from a fight, perhaps a mixed blessing for a savvy commander.
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Ger_Sword_Masters)
These experienced, high-status warriors make fearsome battlefield opponents.
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (Ger_Herunautoz)
These frontiersmen, Germano-Thraco-Celtic people from the eastern borders of Germanic lands, come from a fierce and populous nation, with warriors so famous that they are often used as mercenaries by the Getae and the Greeks. The Bastarnoz are equipped with local weapons, including axes, swords and clubs.
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Ger_Thegnoz_Drugule)
These nobles are close bodyguards and companions of the king: a few high nobles and chieftains. They devote their life to war, and are very experienced, finely educated warriors, using tactics and equipment similar to Celtic nobles. They are the very few to be equipped with leather and metal armour, and an iron helmet as well. Like Celtic chieftains, their helmets are decorated to give immediate recognition and act as a rally flag for their own warriors.
Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (Ger_Xorjonoz_Dreugondijoz)
These sturdy spearmen are the best troops the Heruskoz have to offer. They are experienced warriors, well-protected with a leather jacket, a wooden reinforced helmet, and a well-made wide shield. They wield a shortsword as a secondary weapon. The tree on their shield is a traditional symbol of great power.