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There are five '''factions''' in ''{{gamename}}'': [[Roman]], [[Greek]], [[Carthaginian]], [[Persian]], [[Barbarian]].
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There are five '''factions''' in ''[[Aggressors: Ancient Rome]]'': [[Roman]], [[Greek]], [[Carthaginian]], [[Persian]], [[Barbarian]].
   
 
==Overview==
 
==Overview==

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There are five factions in Aggressors: Ancient Rome: Roman, Greek, Carthaginian, Persian, Barbarian.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Each faction employs special unit types, differing mainly in the following properties:

  • Ability to fight on certain terrains (e.g., Barbarian units perform better in forest whereas Roman-faction units are better on flat terrain)
  • Attack and defense strength, which is directly linked to their training (e.g., Romans are generally stronger, their organized fighting style making them superior to Barbarians)
  • Movement points on different terrains (e.g., Barbarians can move faster through forest and swamps)

Each faction has three types of infantry and three types of cavalry units.