Special unit for Sweden:
Swedish noble cavalry. Significant signs: good morale, well armoured, can fire from horseback, strong charge, same range as normal dragoons.
Abilities: Can hide in woodland, Garrison policing bonus, Can dismount.
Description: The regiment was raised in 1280 among the nobility assuming its feudal service. In 1565, it became the “Noble Cavalry” and received its designation of “Adelsfanan” in 1571.
By 1640, the regiment counted 3 companies in Sweden and Finland. The same year, it was increased to 4 companies. After the annexation of Scania in 1658, a fifth company was added to the regiment.
During the Great Northern War, the regiment was sent to the Baltic provinces in 1702. In 1706, it took part to the battle of Fraustadt. In 1709, it was taken prisoner by the Russians at Perevolotjna.
After the Great Northern War, the regiment was prohibited to serve outside the territories of Sweden and Finland.
The regiment consisted of 395 cavalrymen in 6 companies. However in peacetime, only the officers were really present. Five of these companies came from Sweden (Uppland, Västergötland, Södermanlands, Östergötland and Skåne) while a sixth was raised in the provinces of Turku and Pori in Finland.´
Recruitable from: Drill School, Military Governors Barracks. Requirement: Carbines.
Name: Savolax Jaegers
Significant signs: Long range(130), good reloading skill.
Abilities: Can hide in light scrub, Can hide in buildings, Good stamina, Can hide in woodland, Can hide in long grass, Can skirmish.
Description: The unit was formed in 1770 as an enlisted light rifle corps. In 1789 the unit was expanded and renamed to Savolax rifle regiment.
Recruitable from: Military Governors Barracks in Finland.
Requires: Machined Rifling.
Name: The Queens life regiment
Significant signs: Good morale, Well armoured, Strong in melee, Slightly better range(80-90).
Abilities: Resistant to morale shocks, Can hide in woodland, Can hide in light scrub, Inspires nearby troops.
Description: Garrison regiment in Stralsund, Germany. The unit was formed in 1720 bay merging the "Upplands- and Västgöta femmänningsregementen". The name "The Queens life regiment" was presented in 1722 and was kept until the unit was transferred to Prussia in 1815.
Recruitable from: Military Academy