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Jat Spearmen
Jat Spearmen
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Legendary unit
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Class and category spearmen infantry
Soldier punjab_spearmen, 60, 0, 1
Mount , horse +2
Engine and Ship
Attributes can_withdraw, hide_forest, sea_faring
Formation 1.2, 1.2, 2.4, 2.4, 4, square
Hit points 1, 0
Primary weapon 3, 1, no, 0, 0, melee, melee_blade, piercing, spear, 40, 1, spear, spear_bonus_8
Secondary weapon 0, 0, no, 0, 0, no, melee_simple, blunt, none, 25, 1, no
Primary armour 2, 4, 2, flesh
Secondary armour 0, 0, flesh
Heat and ground effect 4, 1, -2, 3, 2
Mental 7, normal, untrained
Cost 1, 290, 120, 85, 65, 290, 4, 130
Unit Description
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Jat Spearmen ”A symbol of sacrifice, bravery, and industry”, thus spoke the God Shiva of the Hindu faith of the Jat peoples in the Sanskrit Hymns known as the Deva Samita. Believed by most to be descendants of the original Indo-Aryan invaders mixed with the later Sakae and Kushans, the Jats have been amongst the oldest of the natives to Sindh. While blood-brothers to the Rajputs, while their brethren hail entirely from the Kshatriya caste, the Jats contain a multitude of Shudra or Vaishya peasants, known for being both hard-working farmers and diligent warriors albeit without the proud origins of Jat or Rajput Kshatriya. Though their ancestrial origin may lie in the lands of the Oxus, the colorful story of the Jat people is one well woven into the sands of the Indus, having established themselves from the mouth of that mighty river to Purushapura in the northwest since ancient times. From this nurturing womb have they spread into Northern and Central India, the fall of their Kushan ancestors allowing countless Jat kingdoms to rise from their ashes. Though strongest in the realm between Multan and Makran, amongst the darkness engulfing the subcontinent after the Kushan empire fractured and the Gupta’s centuries later the Jat Kingdoms dotted the land as numerously as the stars above, reaching from the lower Sindh to Rajasthan and beyond. Yet theirs was not a legacy found only in the lands around the Indus, for as Persian and Arab clashed following the death of Muhammad, Jats were found in the ranks of the Sassanids, becoming amongst the first of the people of India to take to the new faith of Islam upon capture by the Arabs. The Near East over had respect for the industrious nature and sturdy constitution of these Jats, the conquering Rashidun Caliphate deporting many of Sindh to lands as far afield as Iraq and Antioch to populate lands diminished by the vicious Romano-Persian wars. While not a people wholly of the Kshatriya caste, neither the Kshatriya’s proud martial spirit nor the legendary vigor of the Jats are held only in the highest of caste. The humblest of tribesmen, peasant, and farmer are willing and even wanting to take up spear and shield to join in war as their nomadic ancestors did nearly a Millennia ago. They fight as light spearmen, experienced only in tribal feuding and the occasional service to warlords along the Indus. As a result their place is best in light attack or defense, ill suited to the duty of true warriors who may stand up to cavalry and infantry who are their peers. Despite their shortcomings, they are as Shiva spoke: Men of sacrifice, of bravery, and of industry. Better and more experienced warriors exist for the Maliks of Sindh, yet through battles won and lost they will continue to stand and fight, their bravery in their willingness to stand against far greater foes and to sacrifice themselves for the greater good.

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Require buildings
No. Card Name Initial quantity Replenish rate Maximum quantity Experience Requires condition
1 City Watch 1 0.2 3 0 and hidden_resource punjab or hidden_resource sindh or hidden_resource n_india
A City Watch can employ some professional warriors to train recruits, and can equip them from its armoury.
2 Militia Drill Square 1 0.2 3 0 and hidden_resource punjab or hidden_resource sindh or hidden_resource n_india
A Militia Drill Square provides the space needed for training large bodies of men to carry out military evolutions.
3 Militia Barracks 1 0.2 3 0 and hidden_resource punjab or hidden_resource sindh or hidden_resource n_india
Militia Barracks provide for every aspect of infantry training, turning recruits into well-drilled soldiers.
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