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Daha Uazdaettae (Dahae Noble Cavalry)

Not Available Weapons
Primary Secondary Armour: 14 Morale: 13
Type: none spear Shield: 0 Discipline: disciplined
Attack: 6 4 Skill: 9 Training: trained
Charge: 37 37 Recruitment Other
Lethality: 1 0.4 Soldiers: 25 Hit Points: 1
Range: 190.4 0 Cost: 3222 Mass: 1
Ammo: 40 0 Upkeep: 806
Turns: 1
Secondary Weapon Attributes: Armour Piercing
Attributes: Can board ships, Can hide in forest, Hardy
Formation: Square Side/Back spacing: 2 / 4
Mount effects: chariot +3
Ownership: Pahlav, Saka, Sauromatae

These lance armed horse archers are skilled horsemen and deadly with the composite bow. They are versatile and capable and should not be wasted in melee action alone.

Can Form Cantabrian Circle

The Daha Uazdaettae are the elite of the Dahae tribal confederacy and are usually seen leading the tribal host to war. They are not above service to more settled peoples as this will often grant them the means to better equip themselves for war. These noblemen can harass an enemy line like skirmishers and charge into unprotected flanks and rears when the opportunity presents itself. They are equipped with a hardened leather scale cuirass or the occasional bronze or iron scale cuirass taken in raids. Daha Uazdaettae are equipped with composite bow and lance making them a versatile and dangerous foe. These men wield lance and bow with supreme skill and courage, closing with the enemy when the odds are in their favour. This gives them a tactical flexibility as they can skirmish and put the bows they carry to very good use against solidly formed enemies that would repulse a headlong charge.

Historically, the Dahae tribes of eastern Iran are part of the vast conglomerate of Iranian-speaking steppe nomads and members of the great tribal amalgam that spawned the Parni tribe, better known to history as Parthians. The Dahae (Old Persian Daha = "robbers") were a tribe who held the lands to the northeast of Persia. Nomadic warfare among these peoples remains firmly based on horse archery and skirmishing.