Seleucid Empire (RTW Faction)
|Seleucid Empire (RTW Faction)|
|From Game:||Rome: Total War|
The Seleucid Empire are one of the playable factions in Rome: Total War. They can be played by successfully completing either a long or short campaign with any of the Roman factions, by destroying them in the Imperial Campaign or by editing descr_strat.txt (more information on which can be found here.)
The Seleucid Empire starts originally with a rather large amount of settlements. They are bordering and surrounded by Pontus, Egypt, the Greeks Cities and the Parthians. They control modern day Jordan, Syria, most of Iraq, and some parts of Turkey.
- Long Game: Seleucids must hold Rome and 49 other regions.
- Short Game: Seleucids must hold 15 regions and destroy or outlast Egypt.
The Seleucids are a very well rounded faction, one of the most in the game. They have quite a varied roster of units, combining both Greek and Eastern units. Their unit roster includes Pikemen, Cataphracts, Elephants, Chariots, Companion Cavalry, and even Legionaries. They take time to get them all but once they do their roster is excellent, with great cavalry and infantry. Their archers and siege weapons are average. Their early troops, while not the best, are competent and can do their jobs well if their morale is kept in check.
They have very versatile armed infantry, consisting of Greco-like phalanx and Roman-like legionaries.
- Militia Cavalry
- Greek Cavalry
- Companion Cavalry
- Scythed Chariots
- War Elephants
- Armoured War Elephants
Silver Shield Pikemen: Elite phalanx troops with high attack and defence and very good morale.
Silver Shield Legionaries: Local imitations of the soldiers of the Roman Legions. They are as good as Legionary Cohort except for having slightly lower morale.
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