This list describes the later adventures of the Kingdom of Jerusalem. The problem to contend with here was the shortage of manpower, thus the choice of Garrison troops, or an influx of European Crusaders.
The list is based on both European and Arabic personal histories and accounts such as Usama ibn Munqidh, Fulcher of Chartes, Ibn abu Tayyi, Ibn al-Athir, Beha ed-Din, Estoire D'Eracles, Imad ed-Din, and Ambroise.
This also corrects problems with the list in the rules.
|Era: Age of Chivalry|| ||Third Crusade/Early Kingdom of Acre 1191-1204 AD||CR: H: 4 L: 3|| ||BP: 2||Init: 6|
|2||KN(d)||Holy Orders/ Knights||Key||60||2||Lances||14|
|2||SI||Native Levy|| ||32||2||Javelins||2|
|2||SI||Native levy|| ||21||2||Bows||2|
|2||FT||Frankish Infantry**||Key||51||2||Spears and X-Bows||9|
Core: 1 GR
Bonus: (Max: 2 ) 2GR; 1SH; 1RG; 1W
Core: 97 due to exclusive options in Core Bonus: 163
* Only one of these lines may be used
** Only one of these lines may be used in compiling an army. eg, If Garrison troops are used then Frankish troops are not available. In short the Kingdom of Acre will not strip away its garrison troops when Franks are available
NOTE: European and Latin Kingdom Infantry have higher PROT 2 factors to simulate their protection and steadfastness against Muslim attacks using light arrows.
Ordo Link: Their is a dedicated thread for this list located at Late Crusader thread, but much of the discussion on this and other Crusader lists will be found on the Crusader Musings thread.
Last Edited: 06 May 2006
List Author: Luxor