Total War: Rome II
The hammer to the infantry of any army, they are devastating when charged into the flank or rear of enemies.
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Cavalry / Shock Cavalry / (3c_Mer_Eastern_Cataphracts)
Mercenary Eastern Cataphracts
Nigh-on invulnerable within their armour, these warriors are a fearsome sight.
Cavalry / Shock Cavalry / (3c_Mer_Lanciarii)
The charge of a lancer sends enemies flying, often in more than one piece.
Cavalry / Shock Cavalry / (3c_Mer_Persian_Cataphracts)
Mercenary Persian Cataphracts
Persian cataphracts, the purest breed, can almost smash through city walls.
Cavalry / Shock Cavalry / (3c_Mer_Pontic_Cavalry)
Mercenary Pontic Cavalry
Heavy cavalry are an excellent tool for a commander, and well able to break lesser opponents.
Cavalry / Shock Cavalry / (Mer_Per_Cav)
Mercenary Persian Cavalry
It is wise to hire men who can deliver a devastating charge.
Cavalry / Shock Cavalry / (Mer_Sar_Armour_Lancers)
Mercenary Armoured Lancers
Mercenary cavalry, armed with lances, can deliver a terrible charge.
Cavalry / Shock Cavalry / (Mer_Sar_Lancers)
Mercenary Sarmatian Lancers
Some warriors are born and die in the saddle. In between, they are mercenaries.