By Elizabeth Thomason
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They do not use large shields. Zingaran Soldiers (Conscript) The infantrymen of Zingara simply try to stay alive. They did receive some training with their pikes before being sent out to face down heavy cavalry, but nowhere near enough to hold their ground after repeated charges. Fortunately, the nobles do not really expect them to. So long as they blunt the first charge most nobles will forgive them if they throw down their pikes and run for their lives. Allegiances: The king of Zingara, Family, Zingaran nobility, unit commanders.
Identification: Livery embossed with the golden helmet of Koth. Numbers: Koth’s king can call up 12 units of Spahis. These units available at any time unless they are otherwise engaged. MC: 12 MC: 11 Equipment: Each member of the Royal guard wears plate armour and a great helm. They carry heavy lances, broadswords, and large shields into battle. Equipment: Mounted on light warhorses, Spahis use brigandine, light lances, broadswords and shields. Shemite Mercenaries (Professional) Veteran Kothic Spearmen (Professional) These mercenaries provide the Kothian army with light infantry and mobile archery support.
Allegiances: Khorajan nobility, unit commanders, Khoraja. MC: 11 31 Armies Identification: A yellow field divided by the emblem of a towered wall with three dots beneath identifies the Khorajan knight, a device showing Khoraja’s role as a gateway between the east and west. Individual units may add their own crest to the design. Identification: A yellow field divided by the emblem of a towered wall with three dots beneath identifies the Khorajan knight, a device showing Khoraja’s role as a gateway between the east and west.