II / 33 Polybian Roman


C1- CiC RCvO, 4 RCvO, 6 RPsS, 4 RSpS, 1 IElI - 24ME

C2- SG RBdO, 12 RBdO, 6 RPsS, 2 RPsO - 24ME

C3- SG RBdO, 9 RBdO, 6 RAxS, 2 RPsO - 24ME

C4- 6 RBgO, 7 Camp TF - 12ME

The ideal terrain for this army is a big difficult going somewhere in the center, to shorten the area where fight will be done. A river is an useful tool too. The legions must attack, trying to use any bad going to gain a foothold and overlaps against the enemy. Deploying second will give the advantage to choose where and how fight. Do not try to cover all battlefield with troops, better deploy Bd in two ranks.



C1- CiC RCvO, 4 RCvO, 4 RPsS, 6 IAxS, 2 RSpS - 24ME

C2- SG RCvO, 16 RBdO, 6 RPsO, 2 IPsO - 28ME

C3- SG RCvS, 4 RCvO, 4 RPsS, 6 RAxS, 2 RSpS - 24ME

C4- 6 RBgO - 12ME

This army has a balanced mix of heavy infantry and terrain troops. It has a wide frontage to be a Roman. It suffers massed knights, and it needs bad going to be succesful against them. 


C) Early period army

C1- (Roman Legio) CiC RCvO, 3 RCvO, 12 RBdO, 6 RPsI, 2 RSpS - 30ME

C2- (Allied Ala) SG RCvO, 3 RCvI, 12 RBdO, 6 RPsI, 2 RSpS - 30ME

C3- (Extraordinares corps) SG RCvO, 8 RAxS, 2 ILhO - 18ME

C4- 6 RBgF - 12ME

This list represent a full strenght legion in 250 men for element scale (or a consular army doubling the scale). The two infantry corps include a few cavalry to protect the flanks to let the legionaries do their job. The extraordinares can be used as vanguard, reserve, flankers as needed.