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Teutonic Knights
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兵種 heavy cavalry
兵員數量 koj_teutonics, 20, 0, 1.0
騎乘座騎 bc heavy horse, horse +2, elephant -4, camel -4
特殊屬性 sea_faring, hide_forest, hardy, can_withdraw, can_formed_charge, knight, command, free_upkeep_unit
陣形 2.5, 4, 3, 6, 2, square, wedge
生命值 1, 0
主武器 12, 17, no, 0, 0, melee, melee_blade, piercing, spear, 25, 1, no
副武器 8, 8, no, 0, 0, melee, melee_blade, piercing, sword, 25, 1, ap
主防禦 7, 16, 4, metal
副防禦 0, 0, flesh
氣候地形影響 4, -4, -1, -3, 2
士氣 21, impetuous, highly_trained
招募成本 1, 1461, 730, 209, 88, 1461
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Teutonic Knights Teutonic Knights were members of the order of the Teutonic Knights of the Hospital of the Blessed Virgin. This was a military-religious order of knights that restricted membership to Germans. They were part of the original Hospitallers, but under Hermann von Salza they split from the main branch and founded their own order, taking on a very distinctive white cloak bearing a stark black cross on the left shoulder. The Order was originally formed by German pilgrims and crusaders between 1120 and 1128 but destroyed following the fall of Jerusalem in 1187. With the coming of the knights of the Third Crusade two years later, including a large proportion of Germans, a new hospital was built outside Acre to succor those wounded in the siege. The Order Statues divided the knights into two classes, knights and priests, the former being obliged to take the triple monastic vows of poverty, chastity and obedience as well as promise to aid the sick and fight the Infidel. Unlike the knights, who from the early thirteenth century had to prove "ancient nobility", the priests were relieved of this obligation and their function was to celebrate the Mass and other religious offices, to administer the sacraments to the knights and the sick in their hospitals and follow them as almoners into war. Priests brothers could not become Masters, Commanders or even Vice-Commanders in either Lithuania or Prussia, but could become Commanders in Germany. Later these two ranks were augmented by a third class, of serving brothers (Sergeants, or Graumäntler), who wore a similar mantle but in gray rather than blue and charged with only three branches of the Cross to indicate that they were not full members of the confraternity. The knights lived communally, sleeping in dormitories on simple beds, eating together in a refectory, the fare modest and no more than was sufficient. Their clothes included white robes and surcoat with large black cross on the front of the body. The armor were likewise simple and consisted mostly from heavy chainmail worn beneath the surcoat, but on top of padded or steel plate enforced Akaton. Sometime, the surcoat was also used to add the steel plate reinforcement, giving the knight similar amour protection of their heavier Saracen counterparts. Teutonic Knights daily duties included training for battle, maintaining their equipment and working with their horses. Equipment mostly included short lance and sword. During the siege support or dismounted engagement, the knights would be equipped with heavier weapons such as axes

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