May also be used in Age of Antiquity.
|Era: Biblical|| ||Sha-ching (1500-400 BC)||CR: H: 4 L: 3|| ||BP: 2||Init: 4|
|1||H4CH||Best equipped members||K||51||+1||Various||11|
|O|| ||K'a yueh Allies*|| || || || || |
|2||L2CH||Settlement Hunters *||K||20||+1||Bow||8|
|2||LC||Local Pastoral Nomads *||K||10||+1||Bow||6|
|2||LI||Farmers, miners, hunters, metallurgists|| ||42||+1||Javelin||7|
|O|| ||Early Pastoral Nomad Allies **|| || || || || |
|2||LC||Early Pastoral Nomad Allies||K||20||+1||Various/Bows||8|
|2||LC||Early Pastoral Nomad Allies||K||10||+1||Bows||6|
Core: 1 GR
Bonus: (Max: 2 ) 2 GR, 1 SH, 1 RG
This list is intended to depict the Sha-ching early on in their develpoment and does not reflect the Sha-ching of the Han era. The K'a yueh allies are from the Spring and Autumn and the Warring States era.
*If K'a Yueh Allies are used, then one must purchase at least 25 points of K'a Yueh Allies. K'a Yueh Allies Settlement Hunters (L2HC) and K'a Yueh Pastoral Nomads (LC) may not be used simultaneously.
** K'a Yueh Allies (including Local Pastoral Nomads) and Early Pastoral Nomad Allies are mutually exclusive. If Early Pastoral Allies are used, then all must be purchased.
Local Pastoral Nomads and Early Pastoral Nomads are different types of peoples, although sharing a somewhat similar lifestyle. Where one or the other type is limited in the notes, the limitation only affects the expressly named type.
Ordo Link: There is no dedicated thread to the Sha-Ching list. Some information may be found by searching the New Army Submissions Thread, or using the Search function located on the main Ordo page.
Last edited 25 June 2007 to clarify notes.
List Author: Subodai Bahadur