Riding to Dragon Pass with an Army. Combat Styles Encyclopaedia Has A Style for You

Martin Helsdon’s incredible work on Armies and Enemies of Dragon Pass is a worthy read for any Gloranthaphile. It is also worthy read for anyone thinking of creating a consistent, rich and detailed army structure for a fantasy campaign.

Martin has kindly given me permission to create combat styles based on his tome.

The combat styles will give a glimpse but only a partial tactical glimpse of the armies combat styles. For further study I heartily recommend diving into the Armies And Enemies of Dragon Pass to dig into the background of the army and the units involved, armor and so on. The book is also very nicely illustrated in black and white with useful pictures of weapons, shields and armor. The book will also give you rich background for equipping your own units for miniature or other tabletop games as well as it paints a tapestry of military background for your characters in RPGs if they have chosen that career path.

It will also give you a chance to build your local Lunar presence more detailed and will make the rich variety of Lunar army visible in your game.

You will find the Lunars in the Combat Style Encyclopaedia. So what are Combat Styles and what is the Combat Style Encyclopedia, check it out here. Combat Style Cards have been gathered into a single Encyclopaedia that is now 830 1032 pages long. There are now almost 720 Combat Styles and almost 120 Combat Style Traits in the Encyclopaedia.

This first update will concentrate on the conquerors (or liberators depending on the point of view, there are other points of views as well).

The Lunar army in all its might (well some units might be missing still):

Lunar Imperial Bodyguard

Bloodspillers
Feathered Axe
Full Moon Corps
Grim Soldiers
Hell Sisters
Household Foot
Mother’s Guard
Wyvern Riders

Lunar Cavalry Corps

Arrowstone
Char-Un Heavy Cavalry
Char-Un Heavy Cavalry_
Deretinic Charioteers
Flowers of Death
Moon Arrow
Riverfork
Starkin
Unriver
Whipstock
Winedance
Wing Temple

Lunar Eastern Field Corps

Althil Chasers
Feathered Dancers
First Victory
Goldwave
Jewel Points
Nightlight Spears
Noonlight Horse
Ommmo
Spear Sons
Twilight Spears

Lunar Heartland Corps

Beryl Phalanx,Jasper Phalanx,Granite Phalanx
Blessed Daughters
Blue Boys
Blue Dragoons, Red Drgoons
Copper Girls
Doblian Dogeaters
Graineaters
Hadrian’s Cavalry
Halera’s Chasers
Iceland Starclubs
Jintori
Lasadag Lions
Lost Sky
Lunar Militia
Nest Thieves
Pittance Regiment
Raibanth Line Archer
Raibanth Line Spearmen
Standfast
Steel Sword Legion
Thunder Delta Slingers
Yalamese

Lunar Magical Corps

Comet Seers
Spell Archers
University Guards

Lunar Other Regiments

Danfive Xaron Penal Battalion
Flint Legion
Horde Breakers
Lavic Legion
Queen’s Regiment
Starspears

Lunar Provincial Army

Aggar Sun Dome Templars
Bell Temple
Billiz Highlanders
Chiton Cavalry
Dalini
Drenthi Grims
Golden Shields
Hilton
Kareiston’s Templars
Mirin Moon Mages
Mirinite Swords
Queen’s Horse
Redarms
Saird Bowmen

Lunar Southern Field Corps

Iskalos
Kill You Regiment
Redflags
Silver Shields
Silver Shields
Vahangi Archers
Yereni Horse

Lunar Tarsh – Native Furthest Corps

Bagnot Foot, Dunstop Foot, Talfort Foot
Border Wulf Peltasts
Foot Bison
Furthest Foot (1st and 2nd)
Goldedge Foot
Jahara
New Lolon Foot
Peralam Sun Dome Templars
Reaching Moon
Slavewall Foot
Temple of the Green Bow
Upland Horse
Veterans Cavalry,2nd and 3rd Furthest Cavalry
White Legs

Other units

Black Horse Troop Heavy Cavalry
Colymar Heavy Cavalry

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hkokko

Name Hannu Kokko Profession a software development leader, currently working at Elisa as Head of Software Product Development, Smart Energy Solutions. As a secondary occupation a Principal Consultant at Kohilleen Consulting - RD leadership consultancy business. In working life Working in large scale agile software development and architecture are close to my heart and practiced daily. Large scale here is anything involving dozens of teams working for the same release. Continuous integration as a cornerstone of making agile development feasible and to help keep the rhythm has been in my focus for quite a bit. In private life I enjoy photography and seeing new places and cultures.

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