These warriors make up the most poorly armed men of the Northern Iberian Celts, and as such make up the bulk of the forces those tribes can field in a time of war.
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(Klon-ah Gus-nays-ee-oh; "Rabble of the North") - These warriors make up the most poorly armed men of the Northern Iberian Celts, and as such make up the bulk of the forces those tribes can field in a time of war. In essence they are a transition between a skirmisher and light infantry, for they are relatively fiercer 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 bear a protracted melee against a well-organized and prepared enemy.
Historically, these would be the most common footmen found in the tribal levies of such people as the Callaeci, the Asturi or the Cantabri. Lightly armed and armoured they were really only useful as fiercer skirmishers, but still no match for dedicated line infantry fielded by other nations. They usually stuck to ambushes and skirmishing tactics, retreating in the face of an organized enemy, but pursuing in turn when the enemy pulled back or grew disorganized.