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Rhodok Sergeant

Rhodok Sergeant

Culture
Weekly Wages
29-15 Denars
Acquire From
Upgrades To...
N/A
Upgrade Cost
N/A
Exp For Kill
244 xp
Ransom Value
204 Denars

Rhodok Sergeants are the top-tier unit in the Rhodoks melee line, having been promoted from the Rhodok Veteran Spearman. They share top-tier status with Rhodok Sharpshooters.

TacticsEdit

Rhodok Sergeants are among the best infantry melee units available, alongside Nord Huscarls, Swadian Sergeants, Vaegir Guards, and Sarranid Guards. They are quite effective on the field or siege defense, but they have worse one-handed skill than any other elite infantry, making them less effective in that respect.

Rhodok Sergeants, when defending a castle or town during a siege, are superb at standing against almost any troop belonging to other factions. Their large board shields and polearms are perfect for repelling any enemy unit from the walls of your castle or town. Should the enemy break through the defensive line, past the swinging polearms, Sergeants will engage in close combat with shorter weapons. This is a slight disadvantage for Sergeants, as they have a lower skill with One-Handed Weapons than most other elite infantry, though they should be somewhat more numerous thanks to their slightly lower cost. The One-Handed Weapons they are typically equipped with are a mix of cleavers and hammers, making them fairly effective against most targets on foot.

On open fields against cavalry, like with most other infantry, they should be pressed into close formation in large numbers on the most uneven and obstructed terrain near their initial spawn point in order to absorb the charge. Once the cavalry has been stopped they can then pick apart any hapless riders pinned to the formation by the cavalry behind them. To get the most effect, they should remain in formation to stop any further attempts to charge. This same principle works equally well against enemy infantry on the field, where your defending troops can act as a distraction while crossbowmen pelt the attacking troops into submission. Another thing that should be remembered when fighting against Rhodok Seargents is that their board shields and heraldic mail makes them incredibly difficult to kill, although killing a large group of them can give incredible loot, such as high tier armor.

Due to being equipped with military hammers, Sergeants are effective for capturing prisoners.

Stats and equipmentEdit

Note: Troops have a set of default stats; at the beginning of a new game, these stats are randomly adjusted for each type of troop. The following is the default set for this troop as seen within the game code and may not reflect the specific stats you will see during actual gameplay. For more information, see Troop stats.

Attributes
Stat Points
Level 25
Strength 7
Agility 5
Intelligence 4
Charisma 4
Health 54
Armor
Helmets
Full Helm, Bascinet with Nose Guard, Bascinet with Aventail
Body Armor
Surcoat over Mail, Heraldic Mail with Surcoat
Boots
Mail Chausses
Gloves
Leather Gloves, Mail Mittens
Skills
Skill Points
Ironflesh 6
Power Strike 5
Power Throw 0
Power Draw 0
Weapon Master 0
Shield 5
Athletics 5
Riding 1
Horse Archery 0
Looting 0
Trainer 0
Tracking 0
Tactics 0
Path-finding 0
Spotting 0
Inventory Management 2
Wound Treatment 0
Surgery 0
First Aid 0
Engineer 0
Persuasion 0
Prisoner Management 1
Leadership 1
Trade 2
Proficiencies
Weapon Type Points
One Handed Weapons 130
Two Handed Weapons 115
Polearms 155
Archery 115
Crossbows 115
Throwing 115
Weapons
Melee Weapons
Glaive, Military Hammer, Military Cleaver
Ranged Weapons
None
Shields
Heavy Board Shield
Mount
None


Troops in the Kingdom of Rhodoks
Rhodok Tribesman
Rhodok SpearmanRhodok Crossbowman
Rhodok Trained SpearmanRhodok Trained Crossbowman
Rhodok Veteran SpearmanRhodok Veteran Crossbowman
Rhodok SergeantRhodok Sharpshooter

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