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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Vital Attack Stats Mr Muirhead A most competant and professional competitor on the battlefields of the ancient world. Armour Vital Defense Stats Shield Scutum is the Roman word for shield. Early Romans used rounded shield like that of the Greek Hoplites but soon evolved into the rectangular shields that they primarily used for tortoise shell manouvres. A must for all Roman Legionaries. Roman Legionaries were always armed with a gladius. This is latin for sword and generally the gladius was short yet sturdy, easy to use within a tight space Although heavily armoured and less mobile, the Roman Legionarie was still a clinical and impressive attacking soldier Galea was the Roman word for helmet. Many of the helmets varied across time, but there is some evidence that suggests their crests (made out of horse hair) were mounted horizontally for Centurions and longitudinally for Legionaires. Helemts helped to show the different militay units. The Roman Legionarie, under a competant and confident General, will wreak havoc on the battlefield, but it was their impressive ability to form shield walls and tortoise shells that allowed Roman infantry to win battles in which they were severly outnumbered. Endurance 5 Control Presence Power Counter Attack Strength against ground Strength against mounted Strength against ranged Manoeuvrability Precision 4 4 2 2 3 5 3 4 3 The Roman Legionaire Weapon ATTACK = 15 DEFENSE = 20 Overall = 35/50
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