(Iberian Levy Spearmen) These levies prefer to fight only when their lands are in danger, because they cannot afford to lose what little they have, however they are able to participate in regional plundering against their neighbours if they can obtain some additional wealth through distributing loot after the battle. A precarious life with a simple diet makes a man dangerous; he becomes as cruel as the necessity he calls life.
(Edetani Light Infantry) These men are hardened warriors and constitute the bulk of Edetani armies. They wear bronze helmets and round bronze breastplates above their short linen tunic. Their main weapons are the spear and the Soliferrum (a full-metal heavy javelin).
(Iberian Scutarii) These troops are well-equipped medium spearmen, armed with the dreaded all-metal soliferrum javelin, a spear as their main weapon, and a short straight sword. They protect themselves with leather armour and a bronze breastplate. With this equipment and their skills, they make extremely versatile and quick infantry.
(Iberian Armoured Scutarii) The armour of these skilled men is better than their mostly lower class counterparts, as they can afford scale armour and bronze greaves (or are sponsored by a noble). They carry ovular shields and the famous Gladius Hispaniensis, making them excellent anti-infantry soldiers.
(Iberian Nobles) These men form the highest social class among Iberians. They are wealthy and as such, well-equipped. Their main weapons is the lance and the falcata. They are courageous and skilled, but like any cavalry, they need to use their speed to escape the grasp of spear infantry.
(Iberian Tribesmen) In essence, these tribesmen are a transition between skirmishers and light infantry, for they are relatively more fierce than other peoples' support troops, and expected to be a part of some of the hand-to-hand fighting if given an opportunity. However, armed with a bundle of javelins, a spear, and protected only by a small shield, they should not be confused with real light infantry, and should not be expected to fight a protracted melee against a well-organised and prepared enemy.