Imperial Light Artillery
3 cannons and bases, 6 crew, accessories
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Swedish Dragoon Regiment
Dragoons were introduced on a wider scale after the first year of the Deluge. At the time when solid swedish infantry were no match for skirmishing Polish-Lithuanian forces and a units with mix of mobility and firepower were needed. This box contains 4 companies of dragoons, 2 mounted and 2 dismounted bases each, plus commander.
Imperial Infantry Regiment
As a result of the Thirty Years War, the Imperial infantry was reorganized. The lessons of this conflict led to a decrease in the numerical strength of regiments and changes in infantry tactics. In theory, regiments were to consist of 10 companies with 200 soldiers each, but in practise many of the newly recruited units had less companies and also companies often numbered fewer than 100 soldiers. Regiments still included pike and shot, although pikemen no longer used armor.
Created in 1629 as an arquebuser unit, the regiment of Octavio Piccolomini was to go down in history as the most renowned cavalry unit in the Imperial Army
Reiters in Swedish service were divided, depending on the type of recruitment, into national and mercenary reiters. National reiters were organized into seven regiments (four Swedish and three Finnish) and were all volunteers. A national regiment included 8 companies, theoretically each should number 125 privates and 13 officers, but actual strength was far from those numbers. Mercenary regiments on the other had were usually made up of Germans.
'Soldiers of God' is a full battle game, utilizing units of between 8-16 models (cavalry is 4-8 models), in either small fast moving Raids, Field Battles (the standard line-up and fight) or Siege Assaults (one sides gets the castle walls to defend, the other attacks it)