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Background[]

Using <army> in MEG[]

Troops in the List[]

Cavalry & Fierce Cavalry No details.

German Cavalry (GK) - 2021.jpg




Warriors (including variants) No details.

German Infantry (GK) - 2021.jpg




Nobles and followers These would be much like the warriors, though slightly better equiped (more likely to have armour and more and more elaborate shields).

Women and families Women, children and men unable to fight in the main force. You can simply used poorpy armed peasants to model these units.

Archers (skirmishers) No details.

Javelinmen (skirmishers) No details.


Allies[]

Early Sarmation (88-93 CE), book: Balkans and the Pontic Steppe (Classical Period)

Lowland Gallic (113-102 BCE), book: Germany, Gaul and Britain (Classical Period)

Later Samration (167-175 CE), book: Balkans and the Pontic Steppe (Classical Period)

Quadi (167-175 CE), book: Balkans and the Pontic Steppe (Classical Period)


<army> as allies[]

The Eary German list can be taken as an ally for 4 different lists (as well as to itself).

Batavian Revolt, book: Germany, Gaul and Britain (Classical Period)

Early Imperial Roman, book: Italy (Classical Period)

Highland Gallic, book: Germany, Gaul and Britain (Classical Period)

Lowland Galic, book: Germany, Gaul and Britain (Classical Period)


Troops and suitable miniatures[]

References[]

Example Army Lists[]

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