ONUS! Roma vs Cartago

Ballistas

The ballistas were ancient missile weapons that launched a projectile at a distant target (darts or javelins). Several men were needed to fire it, as it used two levers with   + info ...

Puntos 170

Carthage elephants

The troops formed by elephants were quite expensive due to the training and maintenance they needed. Very few armies could afford them, When not in combat they were used to   + info ...

Puntos 250

Princeps

In the ancient Republic of Rome the Princeps were veteran soldiers. Usually they were deployed behind the hastati and replaced them in the combat line, once the hastati became tired.   + info ...

Puntos 120

Triarii

Triariis are the heavy infantry unit in the Republic of Rome. They are the more veteran soldiers and the better equipped. They were usually deployed behind the Princeps (that were   + info ...

Puntos 180

Armed civilians

In a case of sieges, attacks, lootings, etc. it was necessary to recruit civilians quite fast. They usually chose whatever they had at hand as their weapon. They were slaves,   + info ...

Puntos 20

Punic phalanx

They are the heavy infantry unit among the Carthaginian troops, wearing a full armor or panoply. They are lancers that were equipped in a similar way as the Hellenistic hoplites,   + info ...

Puntos 160

Libyan lancers

The Libyan and Phoenician lancers were the bulk of the Carthaginian troops. They were well paid, as the mercenaries and they are the light infantry unit. They wore helmets and   + info ...

Puntos 40

Iberian infantry

They came from the Eastern Hispania, close to the Mediterranean sea área. They wore chain mails and carried the classical hispanic falcata. It was a lightly bended sword very good   + info ...

Puntos 80

Celtiberian infantry

Celtiberians came from the central regions of the Iberian Peninsula. They were very disciplined soldiers that were used both as light or heavy infantry. In ONUS! they are a light   + info ...

Puntos 60

Gallic infantry

From the 5th century BC Gauls fought with the Carthaginian army as mercenaries quite often, and during the Punic Wars as well. The Gauls, at the beginning of the II   + info ...

Puntos 70