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Melee Infantry / Spear Infantry / (cel_boii_nobles)
(Boii Noble Warriors)
These dismounted nobles are probably more common in Boii armies than in other Celtic armies. The foot nobles are naturally the best equipped and skilled warriors. Their entire life is devoted to training and war exercises, and they have the best weapons available. Their armour is equally high-quality, but the Cisalpine Boii also use specific Etruscan wargear, like greaves and bronze armour.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (cel_boii_early_noble_cav)
(Early Boii Noble Horse)
In the past, Boian noble cavalry have used heavy wargear, including their big scutum, but in an imitation of other cavalry units, they have quickly abandoned it in favour of a smaller and lighter round cavalry shield. They fight with a long cavalry spear, essentially a lengthened gaesum, and the classic longsword.
Cavalry / Melee Cavalry / (cel_boii_late_noble_cav)
(Late Boii Noble Horse)
Boii cavalry is modelled in imitation of the Etruscans, Raetians, Ligurians, and of course Celtic Gauls, like the Cenomani and Insubres. These late noble horsemen are equipped with chainmail, but some still use bronze armour and greaves. Etruscan style helmets are also worn, as proof of bravery.
Melee Infantry / Melee Infantry / (cel_boii_champions)
The Drutonedammoi are men of steel vows, and steel weapons. Dutifully they follow their masters into the fray. Like mountains they stand beside him: unmovable, resolute, with blade in hand and pride in heart. Each man has a different tale of how he came to serve his master, and some motivations may not be as pure as others, but when the carnyx is sounded and battle is joined, none doubt their courage and loyalty.