Civilizations that don't build their own stables, can train Troopers from their Levy/Militia Quarters.
Vital Statistics[edit | edit source]
Training Facility: Levy Quarters or Stable
Armor/Pierce Armor: 2/2
Cost: 60 food, 75 florins
Upgrades[edit | edit source]
Attack: Forging, Iron Casting, Blast Furnace, Chivalric Order, Minor Nobility
Attack, Hit Points: Ordonnance Companies
Armour: Scale Barding Armour. Mail Barding Armour, Plate Barding Armour
Hit Points: Bloodlines
Synonyms[edit | edit source]
- Coustilier (Brittany, Burgundy, France, Savoy)
- Uchelwr (Wales)
- Ministerialis (Austria, Bavaria, Bohemia, Brandenburg, Denmark, Guelders, Hungary, Liège, Saxony)
- Hereboer (Friesland)
- Reisiger (Helvetia)
- Feditore (Florence, Genoa, Milan, Naples, Papal States, Venice)
Civs and Troopers[edit | edit source]
Burgundy: +60 HP, more expensive
France: +20% HP, cheaper, +2 LOS (Team Bonus).
Guelders: More HP, slower attack/speed
Hungary: Troopers attack 10%/15%/25% faster, starting in the 13th century.
Savoy: Fewer HP, cheaper.
Scotland: -20 HP, -1 attack, cost more, longer training.
Other civs: Normal.