Government type: Military leadership
Leader: Gerhild Ernestine
Leader of Aggony and military commander
Home Chief: Goniar Linnskaufett
Is the home leader of Aggony and the commander of the coastal guards. When Gerhild is with his army outside the country, then the Republic Chief takes control of Aggony,
Flag of Aggony:
Military size: 255,000
Model 10 85mm rifled cannon made of steel
Model 7 170mm Coastal artillery
Model 9 90mm Horseback artillery (10 pound)
Navy (The coastal guards are a part of the navy)
Regular: People who join the military as their job and get paid
Volunteer: People who volunteer to fight but doesn't get paid
(Note: All cavalry units are armed with revolvers)
Horse skirmishers: There are units that hide in areas full of trees and shoot from there, fire at the enemy in front of the infantry, or fire from a long distance from the main place where the fighting is taking. They are armed with the Vorkazar rifles. There are 40 men and horse per unit.
Mooners: These cavalry are armed with knives. They are knife experts who can fight in close ranges. There are 80 men and horse per unit.
Komargs: The standard cavalry of Aggony. They are armed with swords. There are 140 men and horse per unit.
Skirmishers: Armed with the Fussar musket. There are 80 men per unit.
Special Skirmiskers: Armed with the Miklofarn RIFLE. There are 100 men per unit.
Line infantry: The main line infantry of Aggony. They are armed with the Linsor rifle. There are 140 men per unit.
Mountaineers: These are line infantry men from the mountains of Aggony. They are armed with the Vorkazar rifle. There are 140 men per unit.
Posaurs: These are non-line infantry and armed with the Fussar musket. They move in columns or in other non-line formations (They fight non-line). They fight in every non-line formations or non-standard formations. They move in like a huge group. There are 100 men per unit.
Musket Line infantry: Line infantry armed with the Fussar musket. There are 100 men per unit.
Miklofarn rifleman: Line infantry armed with Miklofarn rifles. 120 men per unit.
Cannon units: 10 12-pounder cannons and 40 men per unit.
Heavy cannon units: 10 85mm cannons and 80 men per unit.
Horse artillery: 2 cannons and 10 men per unit
Last edited by Trooper; 03-28-2013 at 09:18 AM.