Armies of Tòlanar: Nukavul units.

A typical Nukavul army consists of the following types of units:

  • 5%          Nukavul Guard (Irregular Wemics in medium armour with shield, armed with lance and short bow).
  • 12%        Nukavul Noble Lancers (Irregular Wemics in improved medium armour with shield, armed with lance and short bow).
  • 12%        Nukavul Noble Archers (Irregular Wemics in improved medium armour with shield, armed with short bow).
  • 4%          Nukavul Heavy Spears (Irregular Wemics in medium armour with shield, armed with spear and short bow).
  • 4%          Nukavul Medium Spears (Irregular Wemics in improved light  armour with shield, armed with spear and short bow) and Nukavul Light Spears (Irregular Wemics in light armour with shield, armed with spear and short bow).
  • 21%        Nukavul Skirmish Spears (Unarmoured irregular Wemics with shield, armed with spear and short bow).
  • 21%        Nukavul Skirmish Archers (Unarmoured irregular Wemics with shield, armed with short bow).
  • 5%          Nukavul Scouts (Irregular Wemics in light armour with shield, armed with short bow).
  • 2%          Nukavul Artillerists (Irregular unarmoured Wemics manning heavy Stone Thrower (4/weapon)).
  • 14%        Nukavul Militia (Unarmoured Wemic levy with shield, armed with short bow).

In Ikdarkord, roughly 60% of the military is made up of Nukuval (in the proportions listed above), and 4o% are Uhasu (human) troops, usually in the following percentages:

  • 3%          Ikdarkod Cavalry (Irregular Uhasu in medium armour with shield, mounted on heavy warhorses, armed with spear).
  • 28%        Ikdarkod Axemen (Irregular Uhasu in improved light armour and shield, armed with battle axe).
  • 56%        Ikdarkod Spearmen (Irregular Uhasu in light armour with shield, armed with spear).
  • 13%        Ikdarkod Archers (Irregular Uhasu in light armour, armed with short bow).

 

 

 

 

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