(Celtberian Light Spearmen)These men are warriors that are levied when there is dire need for it. Recruited from all professions of Iberian society, they form a surprisingly reliable and versatile militia. As with many warriors in Iberia, they use the usual combination of javelin and spear to fight.
(Celtiberian Spearmen) They may be potters, cobblers, and farmers when not called to arms, but this should not give one reason to dismiss their potential as warriors. The Retukenoi may not have the blue blood of their comrades, nor the swords and high-crested helmets, but they will still hold the line when asked, they will still pepper the enemy with javelins, and they will still run down and trample all those who seek to put a yoke on their people.
(Celtiberian Scutarii) These Iberian spearmen are referred to as Scutarii by the Romans because of their large oval shields. They are armed with the dreaded all-metal soliferrum javelin, a spear as their main weapon, and a short straight sword. They protect themselves with a combination of esparto, leather and bronze scale armour.
(Celtiberian Armoured Scutarii) The Loricatii Scutarii were some of the most vicious of the Celtiberian soldiery. They were used by Celtiberian chieftains and were the best of the regular line infantry. They fought mainly in battles where lines were used, rather than the usual guerilla battles across Iberia, and were last used by the Pompey brothers in the battles against Caesar.
(Celtiberian Heavy Infantry) These soldiers are men of station who have a stake in the fate of their oppida, and will fight to the death to protect their social status, and the honour and independence of their people – the Celtiberian fanatical defence of their lands is legendary. As warriors, they are used to the relatively low-intensity warfare of raiding enemy tribes, but also quite familiar with marching abroad in large numbers to serve as mercenaries in the wars that regularly consume the Mediterranean.
(Vasci Armoured Shock Infantry) The Dosidataskeli are a unit of exceedingly heavily armed and armoured shock infantry that form the foot bodyguards of the Vasci kings. They are recruited exclusively in Cantabria-Vasconia, from where they originate. They first throw their soliferra in order to disrupt and kill enemy soldiers, and then they charge with their heavy spears and fight in melee until their enemy runs.