Greetings! Today I will covering the stats and availability of the Seljuk roster in Roar of Conquest, overhaul of Stainless Steel 6.4. This article should help those who are curious to have a better understanding of how their roster will perform in battle and when certain units will become available in the campaign. The stats you see here will reflect version 4.0 of ROC. Now onto the details!
The Sultanate strategy revolves around their archers, both mounted and dismounted, to weaken their enemies before charging in with their cavalry. When they become available, the Janissaries will become the core of your infantry forces, which will provide excellent ranged firepower as well as staying power in melee. For reference, the unit sizes I will be listing here are when the game is put on 'ultra unit size', Secondary Melee Attack represents the secondary weapon cavalry units use after completing a charge, and the acronym AP stands for armor-piercing. For glory and conquest, on to war!
The definition of cannon fodder, they are good for dying or maintaining public order in settlements not on your borders.
2) Levy Archers
Cheap archers, useful for volume of fire on lightly armored targets but little else.
3) Spear Militia
Cheap infantry good for bolstering early-game armies or maintaining public order in settlements.
Slightly stronger than Peasants, these men are best used as meat shields for better units or to give your archers more time to fire.
5) Saracen Militia
Sturdy and reliable spearmen, good for holding the line against enemy infantry or cavalry.
6) Turkish Archers
These men serve as cheap but effective archers, good for weakening enemies down range and capable of serving as light infantry if needed.
7) Turkish Javelinmen
Good for peppering down enemies at close range, these men are especially good for killing tightly packed enemy formation with their javelins.
8) Turkish Horse Archers
While vulnerable to returning fire, these horse archers are cheap and very easy to field in large numbers, allowing the Sultanate to draw out and overwhelm their enemies.
9) Turkoman Cavalry
A good horse archer unit, great for drawing out and weakening enemy forces and charging down enemy archers.
10) Dismounted Sipahi Lancers
These men serve as sturdy spearmen to hold the Sultanate's battle line, making them well worth their cost.
11) Fari Cavalry
Strong horse archers, excellent at harassing enemy heavy cavalry and drawing out enemy forces.
12) Sipahi Lancers
A sturdy medium cavalry, these men are good for hammer and anvil tactics or going after enemy missile infantry.
13) Ottoman Infantry
These men serve as an excellent hybrid unit, great for killing enemies at range and fighting in melee as a tough medium infantry.
14) Heavy Spearmen
A tough professional spear unit, skilled at holding enemy forces at bay.
15) Sipahi Macemen
A strong armor-piercing infantry, these men are a great force for dealing with heavily armored enemy infantry. A new unit for Roar of Conquest that was not in Stainless Steel 6.4.
16) Turkish Ghulams
A strong shock cavalry, these men are skilled both on the charge and in melee combat, even against armored enemies.
These men serve as a strong melee infantry, good for dealing with a wide range of enemy infantry.
A strong horse archer unit, these men can only be recruited in the region of Caesarea.
Tough and deadly infantry, this unit is a unique guild-only unit which are an excellent inclusion whenever you can recruit them.
20) Halberd Militia
A good infantry unit, useful for fighting both enemy infantry and cavalry and holding defensive positions.
21) Hand Gunners
A short-range gunpowder unit, good for blasting into enemy formations from a defensive position.
22) Heavy Archers
More heavily armored than Ottoman Infantry, this unit is more effective at range, but less effective in melee combat.
23) Turkish Crossbowmen
These men provide fantastic armor-piercing bolts from range, helping the Sultanate dealing with their armored enemies.
24) Janissary Archers
Fantastic professional troops, these men excel in slaughtering enemies at range, and are a force to be reckoned with in melee.
25) Janissary Heavy Infantry
Excellent professional troops, these men are skilled at killing armored enemies whether they are mounted or on foot.
Serving as excellent shock cavalry, these men are capable of going toe-to-toe with most other faction's heavy cavalry in melee.
27) Janissary Arquebusiers
Excellent professional troops, these are both skilled in shooting down enemies at range with shot and fighting in melee combat.
28) Janissary Musketeers
The pinnacle of the Sultanate's gunpowder infantry, these men are superior in range to their Arquebusier counterparts.
So there you have it, the entire roster for the Seljuk Sultanate! If you like what you see and would like to try out the mod for yourself, you can go download it here: Roar of Conquest 4.0 Now, go forth and conquer!
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