|Era: Age of Chivalry|| ||Medieval Indian - Hindu State 1206 AD to end of AoC||CR: H: 4 L: 3|| ||BP: 2||Init: 5|
|3||SI|| || ||2(1)1||+2||Bows||2|
|1||WB||Rajput * **||X||5(1)3||+1||Various||6|
|2||SI|| || ||2(1)1||+2||Bows||2|
Core: 1 GR
Bonus: (Max: 2 ) 2 GR, 1 SH, 1 W
Core: 92 Bonus: 154
*All WB are BP 3, move 9 inches.
**If Rajput foot are bought, Rajput HC must be bought. All Rajputs are subject to obligatory charge & cannot break-off.
*** Most observers had a very poor opinion of native Indian LC - so despite them being depicted with shields & javs as well as bows - they have a low FV1 to represent this
**** Indian armies are all depicted as being preceeded by a 'cloud' of very poor quality skirmishers. Hence the SI (Levy) are costed at 1 pt each, must be bought in pairs, and are armed with various assorted weapons - which do not count as missile weapons. These SI (Levy) can be disregarded for the additional Light Division rule under Control Rtings on page 34 of the rules.
Rajput Horse were generally relatively few in number and consisted of mixed retinue troops - some fully armoured on armoured & unarmoured horses and some partcially or even unarmoured. Hence I've classified them as +1 protection - but the unit can be depicted as a colourful mix of mounted troop types.
List Author: Aetius