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I have created this new forum so that intended lists for tournament play can be introduced. There is currently a combined approach for BRITCON between the 2 Marks - f and g - and it is intended (hoped) that suitable lists will appear here.

The list author should place the list name in the Title and display the heavy divisions, light divisions, initiative, core, bonus, terrain, bonus terrain and notes in a convenient manner within the normal Edit box. An army list template can be used using this in the Edit box. Some examples of this are already in place on several posts. Some guidelines are available in the article section AND a template can be downloaded from File galleries. I can be contacted to provide any other information for anyone volunteering to assist markg loading the information!

Good gaming! Admin


The following are the Warflute lists approved by Mark F for Britcon 2012:

Ancient British
Ancient Spanish
Barstanae
Belgae I (Nervii)
Belgae II (Eubrone)
Caesar in Egypt
Roman Civil Wars
Early Sarmatian
Gallic Resistance
Graeco Bactrian
Hasmonean
Hsuing-nu with Chinese
Hsuing-nu of Mao-Dun
Kushan
Late Replublican Roman
Lucullus
Marius' Mules
Maurian Indian
Meriotic
Nabatean
Numidian
Parthian
Pompean
Later Pontic
Later Pontic Alternative
Provincial Garrison Roman
Quadi
Later Romanised Ptolemeic
Saka
Sertorian Spanish
Sicilian Slave Revolt
Sparticus
Syrian
Tactician German

Resurected lists for each to follow



Ancient British Tribal Army 400 B.C. to 80 A.D.
Era:Age of EmpiresBP: 2 Divisions:H: 4 L: 4 Initiative: 4
Core:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
3
Nobility-ChampionsMCh4 (1) 0
K
+1
Various
3
FollowersLC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Javelins
2
SlingersSI3 (1) 2
+2
Slings ††††
1
StriplingsSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins
Bonus:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
4
Nobility-ChampionsMCh4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various4
18
Tribal MilitiaWB4 (1) 2
K
+1
Various15†††
4
Light CavalryLC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Javelins7††
4
SlingersSI3 (1) 2
+2
Slings2††††
6
JavelinsSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
Core Terrain: 1 W
Bonus Terrain: (5 maximum) 5 GR, 3 SH, 2 W
Historical Summary:
Consultation of Caesar's Gallic War indicates that the British armies initially fought a disastrous pitched battle with the Romans and afterwards relied on the chariot mounted warriors and cavalry to prosecute the war. During the second invasion, all the tribal Militia were sent home by their leader. The British were reputed to have relied on 4,000 chariots for continued resistance, which is double the amount of cavalry in the Roman army
This list is designed to match this historic information by providing the Warrior army, while giving the British General a opportunity to attempt to overwhelm the enemy by calling out massed militia forces (a Potential Army Break Point of 11).
Caesar comments on the large numbers of ordinary British people.
The perfect army for the general who wants bloody battles
Designer Notes:
noteAlthough the responsibility for any flaws in the initial list is mine, this list has benefited immensely from the work and ideas of Vincent Auger thus deserving the double credit.
If no Tribal Militia are used then the three LC units in the Core list become Key units in conformity with the status of the LC units in the Bonus selections. If Tribal Militia are purchased, the Core LC remains non-Key and one may not purchase the LC from the Bonus selections
†† May only be bought if no Tribal Militia are used.
††† WB are BP 3, move 9 inches. One-half (rounded down) of bonus WBs to a maximum of six units may be deployed in the flank zone, so long as at least six or more units of this type are fielded.
†††† Slingers may not act as support for chariots or Light cavalry
© warfloot.org reproduced from A2 Army ListsList Author: Luxor and Vincent Auger




Ancient Spanish 218 B.C. to 17 A.D.
Era:Age of EmpiresBP: 2 Divisions:H: 2 L: 6 Initiative: 5
Core:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
4
Iberian/Luisitanian Warriors LHI4 (1) 2
K
+1
Javelins-Swords
1
DevotioHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various
1
Cantabrii LC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Javelins
1
Bandit AlliesLI4 (1) 2
K
+1
Javelins
2
Balaerics/IberiansSI3 (1) 2
+2
Slings
2
CaetratiSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins
Bonus:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
8
CeltiberianWB5 (1) 3
K
+1
Various6
8
Iberian/Luisitanian Warriors LHI4 (1) 2
K
+1
Javelins-Swords7
4
DecoysLI4 (1) 2
+1
Javelins7
1
NoblesHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various10
2
Cantabrii LC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Javelins7
1
PsiloiSI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows2
4
Native SlingersSI3 (1) 2
+2
Slings2
5
CaetratiSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
9
LusitanianSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2††
Core Terrain: 1 GR
Bonus Terrain: (5 maximum) 3 SH, 1 RG, 2 WD
Historical Summary:
The natives of Hispania resisted Rome for 200 years giving the Romans more than one defeat. While very capable at fighting with missiles and employing ambushes, the Iberians were not averse to closing to combat at need utilising a precursor of the pilum and well made swords of very high quality steel. One of these latter types was so good as to be adopted by the Romans.
Bandits were plentiful and would flock to a good battle making up part of the LC and providing some infantry which would, by habit and lack of training, be less inclined to close to combat.
Celtiberians are given as more inclined to fighting formal battles and even attacking the legions successfully in a wedge formation. At the same time, they often used detachments of warriors to skirmish with the Romans and draw them into ambushes or encourage them to pursue.
There is a strong convention among some wargamers that the Luistanians used more skirmish infantry. This is catered for, but these can only be used if the player is prepared to accept a corresponding restriction of his numbers of LHI.
Armati does not really provide a troop type equivalent to Spanish infantry. LI are generally unsuitable simply because they cannot close with enemy HI, but these are made available for the Celtiberian and Iberian troops as decoys often used to engage and then deliberately flee from fighting to draw enemy troops out of formation and into a sword fight with the other warriors.
Sources include Plutarch, Diodorus, Strabo, Julius Caesar, Ancient Spanish by Rafael Trevino, and Amies of the Macedonian and Punic Wars by Duncan Head."
Designer Notes:
noteWB are BP 3, move 9 inches.
Only if at least two WB are bought. Celtiberian decoys were expected to disperse if pressed too hard.
†† No Bonus LHI may be bought if any Lusitanian SI are used
© warfloot.org reproduced from A2 Army ListsList Author: Luxor




Bastarnae 200BC-300 A.D.
Era:Age of EmpiresBP: 2 Divisions:H: 4 L: 4 Initiative: 5
Core:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
2
NoblesHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Spear-Javelin
2
WarriorsLHI4 (1) 2
K
+1
Falx-Javelin
3
WarriorsWB5 (1) 3
K
+1
Various
Bonus:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
2
SarmatiansHC5 (0) 0
K
+1
Lances11††
2
FalxmenLHI5 (1) 2
K
+1
Falx8
2
Warriors/ThraciansLHI4 (1) 2
K
+1
Javelins7
8
WarriorsWB5 (1) 3
K
+1
Various8
1
SarmatiansLC1 (0) 0
+1
Bows6††
1
ThraciansLC2 (0) 0
+1
Javelins7
2
skirmishersSI3 (1) 2
+2
Slings2
4
skirmishersSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
Core Terrain: 1 WD
Bonus Terrain: (2 maximum) 2 GR, 2 WD, 1 RG
Historical Summary:
The Bastarnae were the earliest of the Ancient Germans to migrate down the Danube.
Bastarnae. Sources include:Livy History of Rome, The Tropaeum Traiani, Tacitus' Germania, Tacitus' Annals, Appian Roman History, Plutarch: Aemilius, Justin, &. Pompeius Trogus. Harmatta's History of the Sarmatians
They appear on the Tropaeum Traiani with their fearsome falxes, but this is probably because that was their most noteworthy weapon.
They were admired for their combination of cavalry and fast infantry that kept up with the cavalry.
The Bastarnae inflicted defeats on Roman armies and on the Dacians.
Designer Notes:
noteMix falxmen in with Ancient German trousered figures to give your Warband a unique look.
noteThe Sarmatian cavalry, if bought, can alternatively be fielded as elite Bastarnae cavalry. The bow armed LC then become Getae. The requirement to buy all is still in place.
They were famously' the bravest of all and 'noted for their size and valour'. WB are BP 4 and move 6 inches. WB are subject to obligatory charge.
†† The Bastarnae intermarried with the Sarmatians. If any Sarmatian units are bought all must be.
© warfloot.org reproduced from A2 Army ListsList Author: Aligern




Belgae I Nervii circa 57 B.C.
Era:Age of EmpiresBP: 2 Divisions:H: 4 L: 3 Initiative: 4
Core:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
1
Mounted Nobles/warriorsHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various
6
NerviiWB5 (1) 3
K
+1
Various
2
Eubrone/Belgae AlliesWB5 (1) 3
K
+1
Various ††
Bonus:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
1
Mounted Nobles / WarriorsHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various10
1
ScoutsHC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Various7
12
Nervii / Celtic AlliesWB5 (1) 3
K
+1
Various6
6
Eubrone/Belgae AlliesWB5 (1) 3
K
+1
Various8††
2
NerviiLHI4 (1) 2
K
+1
Javelin7
2
SI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows2
1
SI3 (1) 2
+2
Slings2
4
SI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
Core Terrain: 1 W
Bonus Terrain: (4 maximum) 4 GR, 1 SH, 1 RG, 2 W
Historical Summary:
This list was prepared in conjunction with the accompanying Belgic Eburone list. These two tribes (generically referred to as the Belgae) and their close associates were, without a doubt, the individual tribes which gave Caesar the most trouble. According to Caesar, they (particularly the Eburone) were at least partially Germanized.
In 57 BC the Nervii almost put an early end to Caesar’s career with a surprise attack on his Sambre encampment. They tried again in 54 BC, during an uprising co-ordinated with their Eburone cousins, and almost succeeded in overrunning the 9th Legion’s winter encampment (commanded by Quintus Cicero, the famous advocate's younger brother) before it could be relieved. Caesar's eventually solution was to wipe out the warrior class of both the Nervii and Eburone and sell the surviving dependants into slavery en mass.
Sources Gauis Julius Caesar "Conquest of Gaul"
Designer Notes:
noteThose wondering about the applicability of the LHI Nervii in this context are referred to Book II: 18-28 of "Conquest of Gaul", where Caesar describes Nervii troops who emerge from the woods during the Sambre River battle of 57 BC. Nervii infantry chased off the scouting Roman cavalry, crossed the river with frightening speed and managed to catch the Roman main body completely unawares. They managed to chew up the better part of two legions but did not have quite enough punch to finish the job (and Caesar).
During the same campaign, Nervii warriors also seemed to have the ability to deny Roman skirmishers access to the forest as the latter searched for the Nervii main body. I am not entirely comfortable characterizing any Gallic forces as LHI, but in this case all of the alternatives seem even less appropriate.
note Any number (up to 12) of BP 3 WBs may be purchased from the bonus list. However, the number of Belgae (BP4) WBs is more restricted. For each BP4 bonus WB purchased, a minimum of two additional BP3 WBs must also be purchased.
note Eburone/Belgae Allies are primarily the Atrebate,Aduatuci, and Viromandui
note BP4 and BP3 WBs may not be placed in the same division
Nervii Warbands are BP3; Move 9". Core Nervii Warbands may deploy on flanks.
†† Eburone/Belgae Warbands are BP4; Move 6". Core Eburone/Belgae Warbands may deploy deep.
© warfloot.org reproduced from A2 Army ListsList Author: Chingachgook (with help from Vincent & Luxor)




Belgae II Eburone circa 54 B.C.
Era:Age of EmpiresBP: 2 Divisions:H: 5 L: 2 Initiative: 4
Core:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
2
Mounted Nobles/warriorsHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various
4
EubroneWB5 (1) 3
K
+1
Various
2
Nervii/Celtic AlliesWB5 (1) 3
K
+1
Various ††
Bonus:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
2
Mounted Nobles / WarriorsHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various10
1
ScoutsHC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Various7
8
Eubrone/German AlliesWB5 (1) 3
K
+1
Various8
12
Nervii/Celtic AlliesWB5 (1) 3
K
+1
Various6††
2
NerviiLHI4 (1) 2
K
+1
Javelin7
2
SI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows2
1
SI3 (1) 2
+2
Slings2
4
SI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
Core Terrain: 1 W
Bonus Terrain: (4 maximum) 4 GR, 1 SH, 1 RG, 2 W
Historical Summary:
This list was prepared in conjunction with the accompanying Belgic Nervii list. These two tribes (generically referred to as the Belgae) and their close associates were, without a doubt, the individual tribes which gave Caesar the most trouble. According to Caesar, they (particularly the Eburone) were at least partially Germanized.
In 54 BC the Eburone, working closely with their Nervii cousins, launched a surprise winter campaign against the Romans. The Eburones bluffed an entire legion (the unlucky 13th) into abandoning its winter encampment and then wiped out the retreating column as it tried to withdraw. The Nervii came very close to doing the same to the 9th. Caesar's eventually solution was to wipe out the warrior class of both the Nervii and Eburone and sell the surviving dependants into slavery en mass.
Sources: Gauis Julius Caesar, "Conquest of Gaul".
Designer Notes:
note
note BP4 and BP3 WBs may not be placed in the same division
Eburone or German Warbands are BP4; Move 6". Core Eburone Warbands may form deep.
†† Nervii/Celtic Allies Warbands are BP3; Move 9". Core Nervii/Celtic Allies Warbands may deploy in flank sectors.
© warfloot.org reproduced from A2 Army ListsList Author: Chingachgook




Caesar in Egypt 47 B.C.
Era:Age of EmpiresBP: 2 Divisions:H: 4 L: 3 Initiative: 6
Core:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
4
Roman Veteran LegionsCOH7 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Sword
2
AuxilliariesSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins
Bonus:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
6
Eastern LegionsFT6 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Sword9
4
Ptolemeic LegionsFT5 (1) 1
K
+1
Pila-Sword6
1
AlliesHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Spear10
2
SyriansLC1 (0) 0
+1
Bow6
2
SyriansLI3 (1) 1
+1
Bow6
2
AlliesLI4 (1) 2
K
+1
Javelins7
2
PsiloiSI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows2
Core Terrain: 1 GR
Bonus Terrain: (2 maximum) 2 GR, 1 SH, 1 RG
Historical Summary:
Designer Notes:
noteIf a Veteran upgrade is bought, this can only be applied to one of the COH (Roman Veteran Legions) units
Ptolemaic Legions are defeated Imitation Legion style units forced into Roman service later in the campaign
© warfloot.org reproduced from A2 Army ListsList Author: Aetius




Civil Wars 100 B.C. to 100 A.D.
Era:Age of EmpiresBP: 2 Divisions:H: 5 L: 4 Initiative: 4
Core:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
2
Loyal Experienced Legions COH7 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Swords
4
Trained Unenthusiastic Legions FT6 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Swords
1
Mutinous/Disaffected Legions FT5 (1) 1
K
+1
Pila-Swords
Bonus:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
1
Loyal Experienced Legions COH7 (2) 2
K
+3
Pila-Swords13
8
Trained Disaffected Legions FT6 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Swords9
8
Mutinous/Disaffected Legions FT5 (1) 1
K
+1
Pila-Swords6
1
Roman EquitesHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various10
4
Allies/AuxilliariesSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
Optional Lists:
Republican Hispania:
1
Iberian NobilityHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various10
4
Expreienced ScutariiLHI4 (1) 2
+1
Javelins7
2
Untried ScutariiLI4 (1) 2
+1
Javelins7
2
CantibriiLC2 (0) 0
+1
Javelins7
2
BalericsSI3 (1) 2
+2
Slings2
African:
4
Moorish or NumidianLI4 (1) 2
+1
Javelins7
3
Moorish or NumidianLC2 (0) 0
+1
Javelins7
1
Numidian NobilityHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various10
4
Moorish or NumidianSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
1
African ElephantEL4 (3) 1
K
+1
Various10
Greece:
2
Greek EquitesHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various10
4
Greek InfantryHC6 (0) 0
K
+1
Pikes8
2
PeltastsLI4 (1) 2
+1
Javelins7
1
PsiloiSI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows2
1
PsiloiSI3 (1) 2
+2
Slings2
2
PsiloiSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
1
EL4 (3) 1
K
+1
Various10
Asia Minor:
1
Household TroopsCAT6 (2) 0
K
+3
Various15
1
Native HorseHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various10
2
Mercenary/AlliesLC1 (0) 0
+1
Bows6
4
LeviesFT5 (1) 1
K
+2
Various6
2
PsiloiSI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows2
1
PsiloiSI3 (1) 2
+2
Slings2
2
PsiloiSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
Western Europe:
2
Tribal NobilityHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various10
2
Germanics/AuxilliariesLI4 (1) 2
+1
Javelins7
4
AlliesWB5 (1) 3
K
+1
Various8
2
Allies/AuxilliariesLC2 (0) 0
+1
Javelins7
2
Tribal ScoutsSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
Core Terrain: 1 GR
Bonus Terrain: (3 maximum) 2 GR, 1 SH, 1 RG, 1 WD
Historical Summary:
Roman Civil War armies are covered by this list as well as those of that have undergone a period of slack leadership, disaffection, or mutiny.
There seems to be no reason for differentiating between Republican or Imperial legions for the actual effect of disruption, corruption or neglect, but this does generate a lot of optional lists. It must be noted that even the most venal leaders were aware that they needed a legion or two of good soldiers to protect them.
These notes are taken from other authors' efforts for allies and the following sources: Livy,Plutarch,Sallust,Caesar,Tacitus.
This list is not intended to be exhaustive and indeed would cover several pages if it were. Attention has been paid to providing some balance in relation to other lists and such exotic items as camels, Batavians, and Companions have been discarded.
Optional Lists
A player may purchase Bonus units from only one optional allied list from the Bonus sections when selecting an army. Of course, a player may always purchase units from the preceding "Roman" Bonus selections in conjunction with purchases from any single Optional Bonus section.
Only count light units in an optional list from which any units are actually purchased but always count units from the common Bonus section when determining eligibility for receiving an extra light division for purchasing all of the light units under the rule regarding Control Ratings on page 34 of the rules. In other words, the light units in any particular Bonus optional list only count under this rule if "any" unit from that particular optional list is actually purchased.
If the Bonus COH is purchased and both COH are not deployed in the same division, they MUST be deployed on opposite flanks of the battleline to each other.
Hispanic LI may never outnumber Hispanic LHI.
†† Elephants may not be used by Imperial armies.
††† Allied WB are BP4 and move six inches.
© warfloot.org reproduced from A2 Army ListsList Author: Luxor




Early Sarmatian 500 B.C. to 50 AD B.C.
Era:Age of EmpiresBP: 2 Divisions:H: 4 L: 4 Initiative: 6
Core:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
3
IazygesHC4 (0) 0
K
+2
Spear-Bows
2
Young NoblesLC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Spear-Bows
1
Young Men & WomenLC1 (0) 0
K
+1
Bows
Bonus:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
6
Urgi or Roxolani HC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Spears-Bows12
3
RoxolaniCAT5 (2) 0
K
+2
Lances-Bows14
4
Young Men & WomenLC1 (0) 0
K
+1
Bows6
2
Young MenLC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Spear-Bows8
3
Black Sea SettlersLHI4 (1) 2
+1
Javelins7
3
Black Sea SettlersSI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows2
3
Black Sea SettlersSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
Core Terrain: 1 GR
Bonus Terrain: (2 maximum) 2 GR, 1 SH, 1 RG, 1 WB
Historical Summary:
The list enables the various combinations of CAT, LC and HC possible throughout the Sarmatians' slow migrations prior to contact with the Roman Empire, ranging from all HC armies to a maximum of CAT units of Roxolanians, enjoying the loot of Parthia, steppe manufacture, and access to Greek settlers along the Black Sea for infantry.
Designer Notes:
note
Although bow armed, the CAT are still subject to Obligatory charge
© warfloot.org reproduced from A2 Army ListsList Author: Luxor




Gallic Resistance c58 – 50 B.C.
Era:Age of EmpiresBP: 2 Divisions:H: 4 L: 3 Initiative: 4
Core:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
4
Mounted Warriors/NoblesHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various
2
Celtic WarriorsWB5 (1) 3
K
+1
Various
1
Light HorseLC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Various
1
SI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelin
Bonus:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
2
Mounted Warriors/NoblesHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various10
1
Light HorseLC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Various7
12
Celtic WarriorsWB5 (1) 3
K
+1
Various6
10
Tribal LevyWB4 (1) 2
K
+1
Various4
3
SI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows2
1
SI3 (1) 2
+2
Slings2
4
SI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
Core Terrain: 1 GR
Bonus Terrain: (4 maximum) 4 GR, 1 SH, 2 RG
Historical Summary:
Primarily in fact almost exclusively Gauis Julius Caesar's "Conquest of Gaul".
I see this army as representing the resistance of the various Celtic tribes between 58 down to 52 BC, ending with the last gasp campaign of Vercingetorix. As time passed (and most of the experienced warriors killed) the Gallic effort would utilize increasing numbers of FV 4 Tribal levies. In the case of Vercingetorix' campaign of 52 BC it would also make use of both units of bonus HC, as Caesar makes it clear that Vercingetorix best hope was to utilize his numerical advantage in mounted warriors. See Book VII of Casear's "Conquest of Gaul"; particularly section 64.
And for those wondering about the appropriateness of a potential six HC units — well Vercingetorix had a LOT of HC at his disposal, and Caesar implies that if it had been used EFFECTIVELY, he might well have lost in 52 BC.
Designer Notes:
note Core WBs may be deployed in the flank zones.
All WBs are BP3; Move 9".
© warfloot.org reproduced from A2 Army ListsList Author: Chingachgook




Graeco-Bactrian 250BC to 55 B.C.
Era:Age of EmpiresBP: 2 Divisions:H: 3 L: 4 Initiative: 4
Core:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
2
GreeksPH7 (0) 0
K
+1
Pikes
2
PeltastsLI4 (1) 2
+1
Javelins
1
BodyguardHC5 (1) 0
K
+1
Lance-Bow
2
Light CavalryLC2 (0) 0
+1
Javelins
1
PsiloiSI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows
1
PsiloiSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins
Bonus:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
2
BactriansHC4 (1) 0
K
+2
Various11††
2
IraniansHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various10
1
Saka MercenariesLC1 (0) 0
+1
Bows6
2
BactriansLC2 (0) 0
+1
Various-Bows8
1
Light cavalryLC2 (0) 0
+1
Javelins7
6
GreeksPH7 (0) 0
K
+1
Pikes10
2
BactriansLI3 (1) 2
+1
Javelins-Bows6
3
PsiloiSI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows2
2
PsiloiSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
2
IndianEL5 (3) 2
K
+1
Various12
1
Maiden GuardLHI4 (1) 2
K
+1
Various6†††
Saka Allies: ††††
1
NoblesHC4 (1) 0
K
+2
Lances-Bows13
4
SakaLC1 (0) 0
K
+1
Bows6
Indian Subjects:†††††
1
NoblesHC3 (0) 0
K
+1
Various8
2
WarriorsFT5 (1) 1
K
+1
Various-Bows8
1
IndianEL5 (3) 2
K
+1
Various12
Core Terrain: 1 RG
Bonus Terrain: (5 maximum) 3 GR, 3 SH, 2 RG, 1 WD
Historical Summary:
This list represents the armies of Alexander’s successors in Bactria and northern India (eastern Iran, Pakistan and southern Afghanistan). Graeco-Bactrian silver coinage is still found in circulation in the bazaars of this area and folk stories about Alexander’s conquests are still recounted around the camp fires at night. The number of troops with a pure Greek military tradition diminished (rapidly) as the period covered by this list progressed, to be replaced by native allies and subjects.
Designer Notes:
noteThere are pictorial references of later Graeco-Bactrian HC with bows as well as two-handed lance, armoured with Partho-Iranian style corselets and scale armoured ‘chaps’ on their legs. However, it is assumed that by this time mounted archery had taken a subordinate place to shock combat with the lance.
noteLC javs can be either: Greek Settlers, Iranians or Arachosians (or a mix) or in later armies Indian mountain tribes.
LI and SI javs can be either: Greek Settlers, native Iranians, Bactrians, Afghans or Indians mountain tribes (or a mix).
SI bows can be either: Greek Settlers (Cretans) or native Iranians, Bactrians, Afghan or Indian mountain tribes (or a mix).
noteTo represent the all cavalry army raised by Euthydemos in 205BC, to counter an attempted Seleucid reconquest, the following changes can be made to the Core:
All Core infantry are dropped and replaced by:
2 – HC (Bactrian) k 4(1)0 +2 Various @ 11pts
2 – LC (Bactrian) k 200 +1 Javelins/Bows @ 8pts
No Bonus Infantry, Elephants, Saka Allies or Indian Subjects may be bought
All Bonus infantry are ignored with regards to the extra Light Division rule
All Core & Bonus LC – except Saka mercenary LC become key troops.
Bodyguard HC are subject to obligatory charge.
In early armies Bodyguard HC may drop their bows and an additional SI javs is added to the Core.
In later armies if no Bonus PH (Greeks) are bought, the Bodyguard HC may drop their bow and increase protection to +2.
noteThis reflects the changes which took place as the Greek aristocracy intermarried with the local Bactrian nobility, the number of troops with pure ‘Greek’ blood dwindled and military practices changed in response to contact with Saka and early Kushan enemies.
†† If more than 1 unit of Bactrian HC are bought, all Bonus Bactrian troops must be purchased.
††† There is debate as to whether the Maiden Guard were just an ‘exotic’ palace guard unit and ever saw action on the battlefield; or were a fully fledged combat formation or even existed in enough numbers to constitute a full Armati unit at all! As a consequence, they do not count towards the requirement for the extra Light Division and are included in this list purely for ‘colour’ only. They are armed with spears (not javelins), swords and shields.
†††† If any of the Saka Allies are purchased, all must be bought. If any Saka Allies are bought, the Bonus non-key Saka mercenary LC cannot be bought (and does not count towards the extra Light Division requirement). Saka Allies cannot be purchased if any Bonus PH or Indian Subjects or more than 1 Elephant or the Bonus WD is bought. Saka mercenary LC are not Saka Allies for any purpose.
†††††If any Bonus Indian Subjects are bought, at least 1 Elephant and the WD must also be bought. This option allows the army to represent later Indo-Bactrian forces.
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Hasmonaean Jewish 140 - 37 B.C.
Era:Age of EmpiresBP: 2 Divisions:H: 4 L: 5 Initiative: 5
Core:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
1
Royal GuardsHC4 (1) 0
K
+1
Xyston
2
Imitation LegionsFT6 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Sword
1
PeltastsLHI4 (1) 2
K
+1
Javelins
1
ArabsLC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Javelins
1
IdumaeanLI2 (1) 1
+1
Bows
2
PsiloiSI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows
Bonus:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
2
Noble CavalryHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Spears10
4
Imitation LegionsFT6 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Sword9
1
Galatian GuardWB5 (2) 3
K
+1
Swords8
1
Thracian GuardLHI5 (1) 2
K
+1
Javelins9
1
PeltastsLHI4 (1) 2
K
+1
Javelins7
2
IdumaeanLI2 (1) 1
+1
Bows4
1
Babylonian GuardLC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Bows-Swords8††
2
SyriansLC1 (0) 0
K
+1
Bows6††
2
Light CavalryLC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Javelins7††
2
PsiloiSI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows2
2
PsiloiSI3 (1) 2
+2
Slings2
2
PsiloiSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
Core Terrain: 1 SH
Bonus Terrain: (3 maximum) 2 GR, 2 SH, 1 RG
Historical Summary:
This list represents the Roman Client State army of Herod ‘the Great’, which fought the Nabataean Arabs, Later Ptolemy’s, local rebellions, the various independent Syrian City States and the Parthians (amongst others).
Designer Notes:
noteWB (Galatian Guard) are BP:4 move 6” and can be deployed either deep or wide
noteBonus HC are either mercenary Hellenised Thracians, similar Galatians, or allied Nabataeans or native Jewish fief-holder cavalry. LHI (Peltasts) are either Jewish garrison troops or allied Idumenaean or Samaritan tribal troops. SI are either Jewish tribal, allied Syrians or mercenary Arabs troops.
WB (Galatian Guard) & LHI (Thracian Guard) cannot be used in the same army
†† A maximum total of 2 Bonus LC jav & Syrian LC Bow can be used - unused LC & Thracian LHI do not count towards the Bonus Light Division requirements
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Hsiung-Nu allied with Chinese 274 B.C. to 150 A.D.
Era:Age of EmpiresBP: 2 Divisions:H: 2 L: 6 Initiative: 5
Core:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
1
BodyguardHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various/Bows
3
NomadsLC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Various/Bows
4
NomadsLC1 (0) 0
K
+1
Bows
Bonus:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
1
BodyguardHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various/Bows10
6
NomadsLC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Various/Bows8
8
NomadsLC1 (0) 0
K
+1
Bows6
ALLIED OPTIONS††
Hsinn of Hann Ally Option - 200 B.C.†††
1
Hann CavalryHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various10
3
Hann Heavy InfantryFT5 (1) 0
+1
Various/X-Bow8
2
Hann SkirmishersSI2 (1) 1
+2
X-Bows2††††
Lu Fang Ally Option - 30 A.D.
2
Han CavalryHC4 (0) 0
+1
Various10
6
Han Heavy InfantryFT5 (1) 1
+1
Various/X-Bow8
2
Han SkirmishersSI2 (1) 1
+2
X-Bows2††††
Core Terrain: 1 GR
Bonus Terrain: (2 maximum) 2 GR, 1 SH
Historical Summary:
Designer Notes:
note
The bodyguard have been downgraded to reflect the participation of lesser Hsiung Nu generals as Maodun signed a peace treaty with the Han Empire in 198 B.C. Mao-Dun was therefore not active in conjunction with Hsin of Hann and was deceased by the time of Lu Fang. The Hsiung-nu did not seem to institutionalize bodyguards unlike the Mongols. The only explicit reference to a Hsiung-nu bodyguard in Chinese annals is to that of Maodun. So, perhaps retinue would be the better word simulating the personal retinues of one or more of the 10,000 Horsemen officers.
†† If one uses this army, one must purchase either the Hsin of Hann option or the Lu Fang option before purchasing any other Bonus units. At least 25 points of Chinese troops must be purchased of which one unit must be heavy cavalry. The Hsin of Hann and the Lu Fang options are mutually exclusive. However, see the proviso regarding direct Chinese military aid during Hsiung-nu civil wars. If either the Hsin of Hann or the Lu Fang option is used, an extra heavy division may be purchased at a cost of 4 points.
††† The Hsin of Hann option represents the Hsiung Nu army under Maodun after allying with King Hsin of Hann. The Hann kingdom is not the more recognized Han but a distinct northern Chinese satrapy under a former Han general. The Chinese could also include the Chinese ethnic troops of Chao Li and Wang Huang, defecting Han Chinese generals.
The Hsin of Hann option may also be used to simulate direct Chinese military aid to the Hsiung-nu in the various Hsiung-nu civil wars. The numbers of Chinese troops varied from none to 250 to 2,500 to 10,000.
Accordingly, if the Allied option is used to reflect direct Chinese military aid to the Hsiung-nu in a civil war, roll a die. On a roll of 1 or 2, no Chinese troops are available. On a 3, only one unit of the controlling player's choice is available. On a roll of 4 or 5, up to and including 30 points are available. On a die roll of 6, all of the Chinese troops are available. Using this option, Chinese troops may be selected from both the Hsin of Hann and Lu Fang lists. This option is not available in tournament games.
†††† Chinese SI may not be in the same division as Hsiung Nu LC.
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Hsiung-Nu of Mao-Dun 209 B.C. to 174 B.C.
Era:Age of Empires AntiquityBP: 2 Divisions:H: 2 L: 6 Initiative: 7
Core:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
1
Mao-Dun's Bodyguard HC5 (0) 0
K
+1
Various-Bows
1
Wealthy or Experienced Cavalry HC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various-Bows
1
NomadsLC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Various-Bows
4
NomadsLC1 (0) 0
K
+1
Bows
Bonus:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
1
Allied Wu-Sun Retinue HC5 (0) 0
K
+2
Various-Bows15
9
NomadsLC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Various-Bows8
12
NomadsLC1 (0) 0
K
+1
Bows6
Core Terrain: 1 GR
Bonus Terrain: (2 maximum) 2 GR, 1SH
Historical Summary:
The Wu-Sun were reputed to be very hard chargers. Some authors attribute Hsiung-nu military success to the Wu-Sun's ferocity in combat.Chinese sources report metal armor for the horses of some of the Wu-Sun.
Mao-dun trained his bodyguard to fiercely follow any and every order to the letter by ordering them to shoot and kill anything that he ordered on pain of immedate death starting with his serfs, followed by his horses, followed by his wives, and ending with his father, the Dhan-yu or tribal leader. Mao-dun then assumed leadership of the tribe after the tragic death of his father.
Designer Notes:
noteMay also fight in the Age of Antiquity limited to opposing armies dated later than 300 B.C. In the Age of Antiquity, reduce the Initiative level to 6 for tournament games only. In historical play, retain the posted Initiative of 7.
note Nomad LC may be ethnic Hsiung-nu, conquered tribes assimmilated into the Hsiung-nu, or allies such as the Wu-Sun.
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Kushan 150 B.C. to 450 A.D.
Era:Age of Empires: Triumph of CavalryBP: 2 Divisions:H: 4 L: 4 Initiative: 5
Core:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
2
NoblesHC (d!)5 (1) 0
K
+2
Spear-Bows
2
Light CavalryLC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Various-Bow
1
WarriorsFT5 (1) 2
K
+1
Sword-Bow
1
SI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows
1
SI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins
Bonus:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
1
NoblesHC (d!)4 (1) 0
K
+2
Lance-Bow13
4
Lesser NoblesHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Spear-Bows12
2
IraniansHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various10††
1
IndiansHC3 (0) 0
K
+1
Various8†††
3
LC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Various-Bow8
4
IraniansLC1 (0) 0
K
+1
Bows6††
2
WarriorsFT5 (1) 2
K
+1
Swords-Bows8
6
Dismounted NoblesLHI4 (1) 2
K
+1
Spears-Bows8
2
IndiansLI4 (1) 2
+1
Javelins7†††
3
SI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows2
2
SI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
1
IndiansEL5 (3) 2
K
+1
Various12†††
Core Terrain: 1 GR
Bonus Terrain: (4 maximum) 2 GR, 2 SH, 1 RG, 1 WD ††††
Historical Summary:
Designer Notes:
note
The combined total of Bonus Kushan HC and Bonus LHI may not exceed 6 units. Core units do not count against this limitation. Iranian HC are not included within this limitation. Both Bonus Nobles and Bonus Lesser Nobles are included within this limitation. The Kushan had to be adept at going from mounted troops to foot troops with regular practice as a result of the terrain they lived and fought in using the same units. Therefore, one may pick Bonus HC and Bonus LHI in any combination that does not exceed a total of six Bonus HC and LHI units exclusive of Iranian or Indian HC and any Core HC units. This decision must be made while purchasing bonus units and terrain and before set up.
If one elects to dismount the HC(d!) at deployment, they become FT with an increased Frontal and Special FV by 1 and a BP of 3. They retain their original Prot value. They retain their bows but with a range of 18 inches. Inasmuch as the LHI are intended to simulate dismounted cavalry, the range of the LHI bows is also 18 inches rather than the usual 24 inches for infantry bows.
†† These are Indo-Scythian Saka, a typical Iranian steppe people. For each Bonus Iranian HC unit that is bought, two (2) Bonus LC Iranian units must be bought to accompany their betters. However, Iranian LC may be purchased without purchasing any Iranian HC. Iranians may not be used against Sassanids as they controlled most of the local steppe peoples of the time. Iranians may be used against Parthians. Iranians may always be used in tournaments.
††† The Indians must be purchased as a package. If you buy any Indians, you must purchase all of the Indians.
†††† If fighting an Indian opponent, the RG can be traded for another woods with the additional loss of one optional Bonus steep hill. If fighting a steppe opponent, reduce the number of available steep hills to one.
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Late Republican Legions 102 B.C. - 49 B.C.
Era:Age of EmpiresBP: 2 Divisions:H: 5 L: 3 Initiative: 6
Core:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
1
Elite LegionCOH7 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Swords
3
LegionariesFT7 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Swords
1
AlliesLC2 (0) 0
+1
Javelins
1
AlliesSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins
Bonus:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
1
Caesar's Tenth LegionCOH8 (2) 0
K
+2
Pila-Swords16
1
Experienced LegionCOH7 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Swords13
5
LegionariesFT7 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Swords11
2
Raw/ Sequestered LegionariesFT6 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Swords9
1
AntesignariiLHI4 (1) 2
+1
Pila-Swords7††
3
AlliedHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various10
1
AlliedLC2 (0) 0
+1
Javelins7
3
Gallic AlliesWB5 (1) 3
K
+1
Various6†††
1
GermanHC5 (0) 0
K
+1
Various11††††
1
PsiloiSI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows2
1
PsiloiSI3 (1) 2
+2
Slings2
3
PsiloiSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
Core Terrain: 1 GR
Bonus Terrain: (2 maximum) 2 GR, 1 SH, 2 WD, 1 RG
Historical Summary:
These are the Roman legions of Marius and Caesar and as good as they are going to get. Superbly led and disciplined during the last pause before the Civil Wars, when age of the Dictator loomed over the closing hours of the Republic and the legions had not yet learned to play the 'Caesar game'.
It has been said the Roman legions could survive even the incompetent leader. While this might be true there is no doubt that an exceptional leader could raise them to spectacular heights.
The alternative would have been do two seperate lists for Marius and Julius, but this would have been almost pure repetition.
Marius trained his legions and was with them, sharing their hardships, food and rewards. Caesar, as a follower and admirer of Marius, certainly emulated him when the time came to train his own soldiers. Both could draw more from their men than others who followed after them
The Romans from this time fought in battlelines and the wholesale introduction of FT simulates the restriction of activity by orders to maintain the line rather than any decline in training and curtails the absurdity of games where the Roman army all runs onto the flanks of the battle leaving an empty centre. The COH available are elite formations with orders that are more flexible/concise than for other units.
Who hasn’t heard of Julius and his Tenth Legion? That said, even reading the great man's biography makes it clear that the other legions could vary greatly in quality, even with Caesar in command. The cavalry also seems to have served him well whether German or Gallic or Numidian. This list is for the legions that fought the Gauls and Germans under first rate generals. Where Germans are mentioned, in particular for Caesar's army, this is to represent the Gallic fear of Germans and that Caesar mounted them on better horses.
Those wanting to do armies of the following Civil Wars for either great man should consult the Roman Civil War lists where a would be Caesar/Marius has to take his chance with the rest.
Enough examples have emerged from ancient sources to make a convincing argument for the Antesignani listed below. Modellers note that these could exchange weapons and shield for more appropriate equipment. e.g., Lighter shields.
Designer Notes:
noteSelect sources: Caesar's Gallic Wars; The Civil War. Plutarch's Lives: Marius; Caesar; Sulla; Pompey.
noteWB if used must be in a separate division to Roman HI.
noteWB are move 9 inches, BP3
Caesar's Tenth Legion must be a veteran unit if taken and is costed accordingly with the stated cost including the extra point for veteran status. Either the Tenth Legion or the Bonus Experienced Legionary COH may be bought - not both. If the Tenth Legion is bought, no other veteran unit may be bought.
†† If Antesignani are bought then the choice of bonus 722 +2 Legions drops from 5 to 4 Unit options.
††† Only if the Tenth Legion is bought.
†††† Only if the Tenth Legion is bought. This German HC may not be in a division with other HC and the choice of Allied HC in the Bonus list is reduced to 2 (No more than 3 HC can ever be used.)
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Lucullus Roman 73 - 6 B.C.
Era:Age of EmpiresBP: 2 Divisions:H: 5 L: 4 Initiative: 7
Core:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
1
EquitesHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Spears
2
Roman veteran LegionsCOH7 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Swords
1
Eastern Roman LegionsFT6 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Swords
2
SyriansSI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows
Bonus:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
2
Eastern AlliesHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Spears10
5
Eastern Roman LegionsFT6 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Swords9
4
Galatian LegionsFT5 (1) 1
K
+1
Pila-Swords6
2
Antisignanii - Italian CohortsLHI5 (2) 2
K
+1
Javelins9
1
SyriansLC1 (0) 0
+1
Bow6
1
GreeksLC2 (0) 0
+1
Javelins7
1
PsiloiSI3 (1) 2
+2
Slings2
1
PsiloiSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
Core Terrain: 1 GR
Bonus Terrain: (3 maximum) 2 GR, 1 SH, 1 RG OR 1 WD
Historical Summary:
This is the army of the Consul Luccullus which successfully fought Mithradates and ended the 2nd Mithradatic War in Romes favour
Designer Notes:
note
LHI (Italian Cohorts*) cannot be deployed in divisions with any other troop types & are traditional LHI in all aspects. These troops represent unarmoured Antisignanii drawn from the Roman Legions.
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Marius' Mules 105 B.C. to 100 B.C.
Era:Age of EmpiresBP: 2 Divisions:H: 5 L: 3 Initiative: 5
Core:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
2
Catulus' Legion FT6 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Swords
2
Marius' MulesFT7 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Swords
1
Marius' MulesCOH7 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Swords
1
AlliesSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins
Bonus:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
1
Catulus' or Sulla's legions FT6 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Swords9
1
Catulus' or Sulla's legions COH6 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Swords11
2
Marius' MulesFT7 (2) 2
K
+2
Pila-Swords11
5
Allied LegionsFT6 (1) 1
K
+2
Pila-Swords8
3
Allied CavalryHC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various10
2
NumidiansLC2 (0) 0
K
+1
Javelins7
1
BowsSI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows2
1
SlingsSI3 (1) 2
+2
Slings2
5
AlliedSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
Core Terrain: 1 GR
Bonus Terrain: (3 maximum) 2 GR, 2 SH, 1 RG, 1 WD
Historical Summary:
The Consular Armies
Faced with the massive influx of Germans that was the Cimbri and Teutones incursion and the destruction of her Consular armies, Rome responded by raising new legions and sending her best available general – Gaius Marius, into the field. It is a question for historians as to what would have happened had the victorious Germans set their immediate goal as Italy, but while they were away in Hispania, Marius recruited legions from the Plebians and set about toughening them with drill and toil. The loads borne by his legionaries are supposed to have generated the term "Marius’ Mules".
While a good general, Marius also had a great talent for alienating the Roman military leaders and thus created division and unhealthy competition amongst his own armies. One rival general went so far as to have his name inscribed on his soldiers pila to get full credit for their work. This is reflected in this list as is the remarked upon rigorous training of his troops.
A reading of Plutarch's Lives of Marius and Sulla, clearly indicates that dedicated flank units and mobile reserves were used as maneuver units by the Late Republican Romans. The units denominated COH in Armati terms represent these.
Designer Notes:
noteCatulus' or Sulla's troops may not be in the same division as Marius' Mules.
noteAllied legions may be brigaded with any heavy division or with one of their own or as single units.
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Mauryan Indian 321 BC - 320 A.D.
Era:Age of EmpiresBP: 2 Divisions:H: 4 L: 4 Initiative: 5
Core:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
3
Infantry FT5 (1) 1
K
+1
Javelins-Bows
2
HC4 (0) 0
K
+1
Javelins
1
EL5 (3) 2
K
+1
Various
1
SI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins
Bonus:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
4
Infantry FT5 (1) 1
K
+1
Javelins-Bows8
2
HC3 (0) 0
K
+1
Various8
3
EL5 (3) 2
K
+1
Various12
1
Bactrian GuardPH7 (1) 1
K
+1
Spears11
1
GuptasHC5 (0) 0
K
+2
Lances12††
1
GuptasLC2 (0) 0
+1
Various7††
1
Saka MercenariesLC1 (0) 0
+1
Bows6
2
Mountain AlliesLC2 (0) 0
+1
Javelins7†††
2
Mountain alliesLI4 (1) 2
+1
Javelins7†††
2
Mountain alliesSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2†††
2
LI4(1) 2
+1
Javelins7
2
SI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows2
2
SI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
Core Terrain: 1 GR
Bonus Terrain: (2 maximum) 2 GR, 1 SH, 1 RG, 1 WD
Historical Summary:
Designer Notes:
note
May buy one. May not be used in combination
†† If any Guptas are bought all must be bought.
††† If any Mountain Indian are bought all must be bought
© warfloot.org reproduced from A2 Army ListsList Author: David Lowe




Meroitic Kushite 592 B.C.- 350 A.D.
Era:Age of EmpiresBP: 2 Divisions:H: 1 L: 6 Initiative: 4
Core:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
1
GuardLHI5 (1) 2
K
+1
Spear-Axe
4
Temple TroopsLHI4 (1) 2
K
+1
Bow-Axe
4
MilitiaFT4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various
2
Tribal TroopsSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins
2
Tribal TroopsSI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows
Bonus:
Units
Description
Type
FV
Key:
Prot
Weapons
Cost
Note
6
MilitiaFT4 (0) 0
K
+1
Various4
4
SudaneseLHI4 (1) 2
K
+1
Javelins7††
4
SudaneseLI2 (1) 1
+1
Bow4
2
Tribal TroopsSI2 (1) 1
+2
Bows2
2
Tribal TroopsSI3 (1) 2
+2
Javelins2
Core Terrain: 1 RG
Bonus Terrain: (3 maximum) 2 GR, 1 SH, 1 RG
Historical Summary:
Designer Notes:
noteThe General may be depicted as a Pharaoh mounted on an Elephant or mule, or a Matriarch on a litter-throne
LHI (Guard) do not have missile weapons
†† If any Sudanese are bought at least 1 LHI must be bought for each LI bought
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Wiki Syntax
Bold text     __text__
Italic text     2 single quotes (').     ''text''
Underlined text     ===text===
Colored text
~~#FFEE33:text~~ or ~~yellow:text~~. Will display using the indicated HTML color or color name. Color name can contain two colors separated by a comma. In this case, the first color would be the foreground and the second one the background.
Deleted text     2 dashes "-".     --text--
Headings
!heading1, !!heading2, !!!heading3
Show/Hide
!+, !!- show/hide heading section. + (shown) or - (hidden) by default.
Autonumbered Headings
!#, !!#, !+#, !-# ...
Table of contents
{toc}, {maketoc} prints out a table of contents for the current page based on structures (toc) or ! headings (maketoc)
Horizontal rule     ----
Text box     ^Box content^
Centered text     ::text::
Dynamic variables
%Name% Inserts an editable variable
External links
use square brackets for an external link: [URL], [URL|link_description],[URL|link_description|relation] or [URL|description|relation|nocache] (that last prevents the local Wiki from caching the linked page; relation can be used to insert rel attribute for the link - useful e.g. for shadowbox).
For an external Wiki, use ExternalWikiName:PageName or ((External Wiki Name: Page Name))
Square Brackets
Use [[foo] to show [foo].
Wiki References
((page)) or ((page|description)) for wiki references
Lists
* for bullet lists, # for numbered lists, ;Word:definition for definiton lists
Indentation
+, ++ Creates an indentation for each plus (useful in list to continue at the same level)
Tables
||row1-col1|row1-col2|row1-col3
row2-col1|row2-col2|row2-col3||
Title bar     -=Title=-
Monospace font     -+Code sample+-
Line break
%%% (very useful especially in tables)
Multi-page pages
Use ...page... to separate pages
Non parsed sections
~np~ data ~/np~ Prevents wiki parsing of the enclosed data.
Preformated sections
~pp~ data ~/pp~ Displays preformated text/code; no Wiki processing is done inside these sections (as with np), and the spacing is fixed (no word wrapping is done). ~pre~ data ~/pre~ also displayes preformatted text with fixed spacing, but wiki processing still occurs on the text.
Comments
~tc~ Tiki Comment ~/tc~ makes a Tiki comment. It will be completely removed from the display, but saved in the file for future reference. ~hc~ HTML Comment ~/hc~ makes an HTML comment. It will be inserted as a comment in the output HTML; these are not normally displayed in browsers, but can be seen using "View Source" or similar.
Direction
{r2l}, {l2r}, {rm}, {lm}Insert resp. right-to-left and left-to-right text direction DIV (up to end of text) and markers for langages as arabic or hebrew.
Special characters
~hs~ hard space, ~c~ ©, ~amp~ &, ~lt~ <, ~gt~ >, ~ldq~ “, ~rdq~ ”, ~lsq~ ‘, ~rsq~ ’, ~--~ —, ~bs~ \, numeric between ~ for html numeric characters entity

Because the Wiki paragraph formatting feature is off, each line will be presented as you write it. This means that if you want paragraphs to be wrapped properly, a paragraph should be all together on one line.

Plugins Help

Note that plugin arguments can be enclosed with double quotes ("); this allows them to contain , or = or >.


Description
Article Help
Includes an article's content within the page.
{article
[ Field="The article field to display. Default field is Heading." ]
[ Id="The article to display. If no value is provided, most recent article will be used." ]
}
Article List Help
Includes a list of articles within the page.
{articles
[ max="The amount of articles to display in the list." ]
[ topic="[!]topic+topic+topic" ]
[ topicId="[!]topicId+topicId+topicId" ]
[ type="[!]type+type+type" ]
[ categId="The ID of the category to list from." ]
[ lang="The article language to list." ]
[ sort="The column and order of the sort in columnName_asc or columnName_desc format." ]
[ quiet="Whether to not report when there are no articles." ]
[ titleonly="Whether to only show the title of the articles." ]
}
Box Help
Insert theme styled box on wiki page
{BOX(
[ title="Displayed above the content" ]
[ bg="As defined by CSS, name or Hex code." ]
[ width="In pixels or percentage. Default value is 100%." ]
[ align="left|right|center" ]
[ float="left|right, for box with width lesser than 100%, make text wrap around the box." ]
[ class="Apply custom CSS class to the box." ]
)}
text
{BOX}
Center Help
Centers the plugin content in the wiki page
{CENTER( )}
text
{CENTER}
Code Help
Displays a snippet of code
{CODE(
[ caption="Code snippet label." ]
[ wrap="0|1, Enable word wrapping on the code to avoid breaking the layout." ]
[ colors="Syntax highlighting to use. May not be used with line numbers. Available: php, html, sql, javascript, css, java, c, doxygen, delphi, ..." ]
[ ln="0|1, may not be used with colors." ]
[ wiki="0|1, parse wiki syntax within the code snippet." ]
[ rtl="0|1, switch the text display from left to right to right to left" ]
[ ishtml="0|1, display the content as is instead of escaping HTML special chars" ]
)}
code
{CODE}
Definition List Help
Creates a definition list
{DL( )}
One entry per line. Each line is in "Term: Definition" format.
{DL}
Events Help
Includes the list of events from a calendar in the page.
{events
calendarid="Numeric"
[ maxdays="Numeric" ]
[ max="Numeric" ]
[ datetime="0|1" ]
[ desc="0|1" ]
}
Fade Help
Displays a label. On click, the block of content will fade in and fade out.
{FADE(
label="Label to display on first display"
)}
Wiki syntax containing the text to display.
{FADE}
Fancy List Help
Creates a fancy looking list
{FANCYLIST(
[ div="Use div instead of ol" ]
[ class="CSS class of the fancylist" ]
)}
One item per line starting with anything followed by ")".
{FANCYLIST}
Fancy Table Help
Displays the data using the Tikiwiki odd/even table style
{FANCYTABLE(
[ head="Heading row of the table, same format as the body section." ]
[ headclass="CSS Class to apply on the heading row." ]
)}
One row per line, cells separated by ~|~.
{FANCYTABLE}
Files Help
Displays a list of files from the File Gallery
{FILES(
[ galleryId="Gallery ID" ]
[ categId="Category ID:Category ID" ]
[ sort="name_asc" ]
[ showaction="y|n" ]
[ showfind="y|n" ]
[ showid="y|n" ]
[ showicon="y|n" ]
[ showname="y|n" ]
[ showfilename="y|n" ]
[ showsize="y|n" ]
[ showdescription="y|n" ]
[ showcreated="y|n" ]
[ showhits="y|n" ]
[ showlockedby="y|n" ]
[ showlmodified="y|n" ]
[ showauthor="y|n" ]
[ showcreator="y|n" ]
[ showgallery="y|n" ]
[ showfiles="y|n" ]
[ slideshow="y|n" ]
)}
Title
{FILES}
Flash video Help
Displays a SWF on the wiki page
{flash
movie="Complete URL to the movie to include."
[ width="Default width: 425" ]
[ height="Default height: 350" ]
[ quality="Flash video quality. Default value: high" ]
}
Group Help
Display wiki text if user is in one of listed groups
{GROUP(
[ groups="Pipe separated list of groups allowed to view the block. ex: Admins|Developers" ]
[ notgroups="Pipe separated list of groups denied from viewing the block. ex: Anonymous|Managers" ]
)}
Wiki text to display if conditions are met. The body may contain {ELSE}. Text after the marker will be displayed to users not matching the condition.
{GROUP}
Img
Displays an image.
{img
[ src="Full URL to the image to display." ]
[ alt="Alternate text to display if impossible to load the image." ]
[ height="Height of the image to display." ]
[ width="Width of the image to display." ]
[ link="Alias: lnk. Location the image should point to." ]
[ rel=""rel" attribute to add to the link." ]
[ title="Description." ]
[ align="Image alignment in the page. (left, right, center) Uses HTML IMG tag." ]
[ imalign="Image alignment in the flow of the document. (left, right, none) Uses CSS float property." ]
[ desc="Image description to display on the page." ]
[ usemap="Name of the image map to use for the image." ]
[ class="Style to apply to the image." ]
}
Include Help
Include a page's content.
{include
page="Wiki page name to include."
[ start="When only a portion of the page should be included, specify the marker from which inclusion should start." ]
[ stop="When only a portion of the page should be included, specify the marker at which inclusion should end." ]
}
Mediaplayer Help
Simple mp3 or flv Player
{mediaplayer
[ mp3="Complete URL to the mp3 to include." ]
[ flv="Complete URL to the flv to include." ]
[ style="One of:mini|normal|maxi|multi" ]
}
Mini Quiz Help
Displays a miniquiz
{MINIQUIZ(
trackerId="Tracker ID"
)}
Instructions::Feedback
{MINIQUIZ}
Insert Module Help
Displays a module inlined in page. More parameters can be added, not supported by UI.
{module
module="Module name as known in Tikiwiki."
[ float="left|right|none" ]
[ decoration="y|n" ]
[ flip="y|n" ]
[ max="y|n" ]
[ np="0|1" ]
[ notitle="y|n" ]
}
Mouse Over Help
Create a mouseover feature on some text
{MOUSEOVER(
label="Text displayed on the page. The body is the mouseover content"
[ url="Destination link when moused-over text is clicked. Use http:// for external links" ]
[ text="DEPRECATED Text displayed on the mouseover. The body contains the text of the page." ]
[ width="Mouse over box width. Default: 400px" ]
[ height="Mouse over box height. Default: 200px" ]
[ offsetx="Shifts the overlay to the right by the specified amount of pixels in relation to the cursor. Default: 5px" ]
[ offsety="Shifts the overlay to the bottom by the specified amount of pixels in relation to the cursor. Default: 0px" ]
[ parse="y|n, parse the body of the plugin as wiki content. (Default to y)" ]
[ bgcolor="Default: #F5F5F5" ]
[ textcolor="#FFFFFF" ]
[ sticky="y|n, when enabled, popup stays visible until an other one is displayed or it is clicked." ]
[ padding="Default: 5px" ]
)}
Mouseover text if param label exists. Page text if text param exists
{MOUSEOVER}
Quote Help
Quote text by surrounding the text with a box, like the [QUOTE] BBCode
{QUOTE(
[ replyto="Name of the quoted person." ]
)}
Quoted text
{QUOTE}
Remarks Box Help
Displays a comment, tip, note or warning box
{REMARKSBOX(
type="tip|comment|note|warning"
title="Label displayed above the remark."
[ highlight="y|n" ]
[ icon="Icon ID." ]
)}
remarks text
{REMARKSBOX}
RSS Feed Help
Inserts an RSS feed output.
{rss
id="List of feed IDs separated by colons. ex: feedId:feedId2"
[ max="Amount of results displayed." ]
[ date="0|1" ]
[ desc="0|1|max length" ]
[ author="0|1" ]
}
Sort Help
Sorts the plugin content in the wiki page
{SORT(
[ sort="asc|desc|shuffle" ]
)}
Data to sort, one entry per line.
{SORT}
Split Help
Split a page into rows and columns
{split
[ joincols="y|n Generate the colspan attribute if columns are missing" ]
[ fixedsize="y|n Generate the width attribute on the columns" ]
[ colsize="?" ]
[ first="col|line" ]
[ edit="y|n Display edit icon for each section" ]
[ customclass="add a class to customize the design" ]
}
Subscript Help
Displays text in subscript.
{SUB( )}
text
{SUB}
Superscript Help
Displays text in superscript (exponent).
{SUP( )}
text
{SUP}
Thumbnail Help
Displays the thumbnail for an image
{THUMB(
[ file="File ID from the file gallery." ]
[ id="Image ID from the image gallery." ]
[ image="URL to the image." ]
[ max="Maximum width or height for the image." ]
[ float="left|right|none" ]
[ url="Link target of the image." ]
[ original="y|n" ]
[ sticky="y|n" ]
)}
description
{THUMB}
Tracker Help
Displays an input form for tracker submit
{TRACKER(
trackerId="Tracker ID"
fields="Colon-separated list of field IDs to be displayed. Example: 2:4:5"
[ action="Label on the submit button" ]
[ showtitle="y|n" ]
[ showdesc="y|n" ]
[ showmandatory="y|n" ]
[ embedded="y|n" ]
[ url="Url used for the field links" ]
[ values="Colon-separated list of values. Note that plugin arguments can be enclosed with double quotes "; this allows them to contain , or :" ]
[ sort="y|n" ]
[ preview="preview" ]
[ view="user|page" ]
[ itemId="itemId if you want to edit an item" ]
[ tpl="Name of the template used to display the tracker items." ]
[ wiki="Name of the wiki page containing the template to display the tracker items." ]
[ newstatus="o|p|c Default status applied to newly created items." ]
[ colwidth="## or ##% Specify the width in pixels or percentage of the first column in the tracker form." ]
)}
Confirmation message after posting form
{TRACKER}
Tracker Filter Help
Filters the items of a tracker, fields are indicated with numeric ids.
{TRACKERFILTER(
trackerId="Tracker ID"
[ fields="Colon-separated list of field IDs to be displayed. Example: 2:4:5" ]
[ sort="y|n" ]
[ popup="Colon-separated list of fields to display on click. Example: 6:7" ]
[ stickypopup="y|n" ]
[ showtitle="y|n" ]
[ showlinks="y|n" ]
[ showdesc="y|n" ]
[ shownbitems="y|n" ]
[ showinitials="y|n" ]
[ showstatus="y|n" ]
[ showcreated="y|n" ]
[ showlastmodif="y|n" ]
[ showfieldname="y|n" ]
[ status="o|p|c|op|oc|pc|opc Which item status to list. o = open, p = pending, c = closed." ]
[ sort_mode="?" ]
[ max="?" ]
[ filterfield="Colon separated list of fields to allow filtering on." ]
[ filtervalue="?" ]
[ exactvalue="?" ]
[ checkbox="?" ]
[ goIfOne="?" ]
[ more="y|n" ]
[ moreurl="?" ]
[ view="user|page Select automatically the item of the current user or the page" ]
[ tpl="?" ]
[ wiki="?" ]
[ view_user="?" ]
[ itemId="List of items Ids" ]
[ url="link url" ]
[ ldelim="?" ]
[ rdelim="?" ]
[ list_mode="y|n If y, value will be truncated" ]
[ export="y|n" ]
[ compute="Sum or average all the values of a field and displays it at the bottom of the table. fieldId/sum:fieldId/avg" ]
filters="Example:2/d:4/r:5"
[ action="Label on the submit button" ]
[ displayList="y|n" ]
[ line="y|n - displays all the filter on the same line" ]
)}
notice
{TRACKERFILTER}
Tracker Item Field Help
Displays the value of a tracker item field or the wiki text if the value of the field is set or has a value(if itemId not specified, use the itemId of the url or the user tracker).
{TRACKERITEMFIELD(
[ trackerId="Numeric value." ]
[ itemId="Numeric value." ]
[ fieldId="Numeric value." ]
[ fields="Colon separated list of field IDs." ]
[ status="o|p|c|op|oc|pc|opc" ]
[ test="0|1" ]
value="Value to compare against."
)}
Wiki text containing an {ELSE} marker.
{TRACKERITEMFIELD}
Tracker List Help
Displays the output of a tracker content, fields are indicated with numeric ids.
{TRACKERLIST(
trackerId="Tracker ID"
[ fields="Colon-separated list of field IDs to be displayed. Example: 2:4:5" ]
[ sort="y|n" ]
[ popup="Colon-separated list of fields to display on click. Example: 6:7" ]
[ stickypopup="y|n" ]
[ showtitle="y|n" ]
[ showlinks="y|n" ]
[ showdesc="y|n" ]
[ shownbitems="y|n" ]
[ showinitials="y|n" ]
[ showstatus="y|n" ]
[ showcreated="y|n" ]
[ showlastmodif="y|n" ]
[ showfieldname="y|n" ]
[ status="o|p|c|op|oc|pc|opc Which item status to list. o = open, p = pending, c = closed." ]
[ sort_mode="?" ]
[ max="?" ]
[ filterfield="Colon separated list of fields to allow filtering on." ]
[ filtervalue="?" ]
[ exactvalue="?" ]
[ checkbox="?" ]
[ goIfOne="?" ]
[ more="y|n" ]
[ moreurl="?" ]
[ view="user|page Select automatically the item of the current user or the page" ]
[ tpl="?" ]
[ wiki="?" ]
[ view_user="?" ]
[ itemId="List of items Ids" ]
[ url="link url" ]
[ ldelim="?" ]
[ rdelim="?" ]
[ list_mode="y|n If y, value will be truncated" ]
[ export="y|n" ]
[ compute="Sum or average all the values of a field and displays it at the bottom of the table. fieldId/sum:fieldId/avg" ]
)}
Notice
{TRACKERLIST}
Tracker Prefill Help
Displays a button to link to a page with a tracker plugin with prefilled tracker fields.
{trackerprefill
page="Tracker page name"
[ label="Button label." ]
field1="Field ID"
value1="Content of the field."
[ field2="Field ID" ]
[ value2="Content of the field." ]
[ field3="Field ID" ]
[ value3="Content of the field." ]
[ field4="Field ID" ]
[ value4="Content of the field." ]
[ field5="Field ID" ]
[ value5="Content of the field." ]
}
Tracker Stats Help
Displays some stat of a tracker content, fields are indicated with numeric ids.
{TRACKERSTAT(
trackerId="Tracker ID"
fields="Colon-separated list of field IDs to be displayed. Example: 2:4:5"
[ show_percent="y|n" ]
[ show_bar="y|n" ]
[ status="o|p|c|op|oc|pc|opc Which item status to list. o = open, p = pending, c = closed." ]
[ show_link="y|n" ]
)}
Title
{TRACKERSTAT}
Tracker Timeline Help
Timeline view of a tracker, can be used to display event schedules or gantt charts.
{trackertimeline
tracker="Numeric value"
title="Tracker Field ID containing the item title."
summary="Tracker Field ID containing the summary of the item. The summary will be displayed on the timeline when the item is focused."
start="Tracker Field ID containing the element start date. The field must be a datetime/jscalendar field."
end="Tracker Field ID containing the element end date. The field must be a datetime/jscalendar field."
group="Tracker Field ID containing the element's group. Elements of a same group are displayed on the same row."
lower="Date from which element should be displayed. Date must be provided in YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm:ss format."
upper="Date until which element should be displayed. Date must be provided in YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm:ss format."
[ scale1="hour, day, week, month or year (default to hour)" ]
[ scale2="hour, day, week, month, year or empty (default to empty)" ]
[ link_group="Convert the group name to a link. (y|n)" ]
[ link_page="Tracker Field ID containing the page name for item details." ]
}
Vote Help
Displays some stat of a tracker content, fields are indicated with numeric ids.
{VOTE(
trackerId="Tracker ID"
fields="Colon-separated list of field IDs to be displayed. Example: 2:4:5"
[ show_percent="y|n" ]
[ show_bar="y|n" ]
[ show_stat="y|n" ]
[ show_stat_only_after="y|n" ]
[ show_creator="y|n" ]
[ status="o|p|c|op|oc|pc|opc Which item status to list. o = open, p = pending, c = closed." ]
[ float="left|right" ]
)}
Title
{VOTE}
Youtube Help
Display youtube video in a wiki page
{youtube
movie="URL to the Youtube video"
[ width="Width in pixels" ]
[ height="Height in pixels" ]
[ quality="quality" ]
}

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