DiedatWhitewall Posted December 17, 2018 Report Share Posted December 17, 2018 (edited) I'm staging a battle at Wintertop in the RQG default timeline for my group. I see a lot of mention of regiments and various units and very rarely the actual figures to base any assumptions off of. Now by the definitions I'm aware an infantry regiment may roughly be up to one thousand fighters. It could also be a force drawn from a focused geographical area if we follow a more medieval approach, which the term describes whomever a feudal lord can bring to bear. This would likely not be the same for cavalry units. How many soldiers would be in units such as the Bagnot Foot, or any of the Furthest units belong. As for more niche or focused units like bodyguards, or other such as the Full Moon Corps/University Guards, what would be a safe number to assume. A modern company of fighters? Less? For Sartarite forces it's simpler for me, as most clans have a given amount of population. They also likely have a given quantity of standing weaponthanes, and the amount of auxiliaries or conscripts can be determined simply. For a tribe I'd figure out the amount of clans and work from there. I apologize if this is readily available information in the Guide, I haven't had access to any sort of copy in some time. Edited December 17, 2018 by DiedatWhitewall Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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