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|Level 1 NPC, Medium size (5 feet base)|
|30 feet speed|
Attack Specialisation I (One WL 2 Weapon)
Melee (inflict damage): Might vs Guard
Basic combat is drilled into these soldiers for months before they are allowed into the field. Their attacks are competent but predictable.
Ranged (inflict damage): Agility vs Guard
The soldier focuses fire on the priority target.
Crowd Control (inflict Forced Move): Might vs Guard
Empire soldiers do more police work than war, so they are used to corralling troublemakers.
|Core Rules Compatible|
The basic frontline troops of the empire. Physically tough and well trained, but mentally dull.
Many settings in many genres feature militaristic empires with legions of near-indistinguishable foot soldiers.
- Sci-fi: basic star troopers
- Modern: army grunts
- Fantasy: kingsguard or evil minions.
Simple uniform that covers most of the face to lend anonymity. Basic weaponry, identical to what imperial soldiers are using on the opposite side of the empire.
Whichever is most common in your setting.
Goals, Beliefs, Instincts, Motivations
Utter loyalty to the empire. Follower of the empire's favored religion, if it has one.
Will fight in a regimented style, sticking in formation with other soldiers. Engages the frontline enemy combatants without question. Will not use any clever tactics unless ordered by an officer.
Service to the empire, maintenance of the status quo, quashing of rebellions.
Compatible with any setting involving a major military power. Used in Project Sunbird.
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