Northern India. It has been the battlegrounds upon which countless invasions of foreign powers would come, and which nearly all would find themselves contributing to the richness of the land and its people. The blood of Persian, Saka, Kushan, Hun, and Arab would spill with that of those indigenous to Sindh and give rise to new peoples of the sub-continent, be they the original Indo-Aryan inhabitants of old, or the more recent Jat and Rajputs. How ironic fate can be, that those that once swept down from the Hindu-Kush with rape and plunder on their minds now serve as chivalrous defenders against the very same as their ancestors were. As numerous were the Iranian Hordes to sweep down upon the hills of Northern India, so too do their children remain numerous and divided into various Rajput Clans, the most notable being the Samma and the Sumra. It is the latter of which currently rules supreme in Sindh, calling upon the many other Rajput Tribes of Sindh known collectively as the Sammat. The role of passive, defensive role of spearmen might seem an anti-thesis to the chivalric traditions of the Rajputs, yet much as the Ancient Greeks saw pride and courage in standing firm to the charge of one’s foes, so too do the Rajputs. With nominal wealth affording quilted cloth and leather armor and a wicker shield upon their arms, courage is more the weight that holds this line in place and not armor. Thus, one cannot expect them to rise beyond what is possible in their status as light-medium spearmen.