Legion Issued Equipment and Standards.   Posted by Narrator.Group: 0
 GM, 12 posts
Wed 30 Oct 2019
at 18:01
Legion Issued Equipment and Standards
Dragon Equipment
Dragon Sword - A wondrous sword, worthy of a Dragon, costs a Dragonboy or Dragoneer of First Class, an entire year’s salary.  The lesser weapons provided by the Legion are reliable and sharp, but not legendary or notorious. 11 smiths craft these masterwork swords.

Greatsword – A solid steel weapon of shimmering beauty, nine feet long and nine inches across at its widest point. The design was simple, a straight blade tapering toward the point and a black metal hilt with a wraparound guard.

Legion Regulations Standard Issue - Dragons
Tailsword – A pair of tailswords
Tailmace – A pair of tailmaces
Dragon Shield – 4 feet across and 8 feet deep. Made of steel bands and lattice work. Covered in a thick leather, a sheet of hardwood and then leather again. By regulation, 80 steel studs had to be on the shield
Breastplate – metal plates worn across the chest
Joboquin – a harness of leather on which a dozen retainer bolts attached breastplate armor
Dragon Sandals – lined with rabbit fur.

Legion Regulations Standard Issue - Dragoneer
Weapons - Shortsword, dirk and crossbows
Parade Leather Collar – generations ago, this collar was used as a punishment, meant to keep the neck stiff and head raised. It wasn’t until recent parade grooming that Commanders demanded their units wear the collars to display the discipline they controlled.
Kenner free coat – A wax coat to protect from rain. Though it is water resistant, it is not water proof
Standard uniform - Blue coat and a pair of breeches in dark grey fusgeen.
Grey Wool Blanket
Canvas Backpacks - Waterbottles, plates, spoons, fire starter equipment, small shovel.
Regulation Comb
Beards are against regulation
Personal Items
Wide-brimmed sun hat

Dragon Care Supplies
Wooden Case – made of knapwood, durable and light. Inside the upper shelf, the case held a dozen swabs, files and prodders, plus tweezers large and small, and a very valuable pair of stout scissors for clipping dragon nails.
Bottle of liniment, the Old Sugustus brand
Bottle of mineral oil
Bottle of “Stinger” antiseptic.
Wool capes for dragons
Blister sherbet and some medicinal honey,
Toner cream
Water Keg

Army Supplies
Poles for siege towers
Pick and shovels for trench digging
Dragons each as much as 12 men, noodles and bread lathered in Akh.
Beer is a common reward for a hard day work
Whiskey and Rum rations help the men march and spirits high.
A pint of ale for a soldier, and a gallon of ale for a dragon are common ration amounts.

Jungle Survival
Red-brown hide turned into dragon sunhat, leather vest and raincoat.

Legion Ranking
Captain (also a ranking that can be bought by non-legion members, achieving military accolades)
Lieutenant – A commissioned officer
Dragon Leader 1st Rank
Dragon Leader 2nd Rank
• Full Dragoneer – in command of unit (10 Dragons)
• Dragoneer Second Class
• Dragoneer First Class
• Dragonboy

Calvary and foot soldiers make up the bulk of the Legion armies, with Dragons acting as their tanks, cutting swathes through their enemies.

Oats, grainery, 60lb bags. Noodles, kulat, akh, and bread. Meats and water wagons.
Dragons are permitted to eat trolls , though they are tough meat and more like a mutton. There is nothing in regulations against the Dragons of the army from eating horses, but it is disturbing non-the-less.
 GM, 20 posts
Mon 4 Nov 2019
at 00:57
Legion Issued Equipment and Standards

Your character has one outfit of normal clothes. Your can ignore the weight of your clothing when calculating the weight you are carrying.  This will typically include sturdy  boots,  leather breeches  or  a  skirt,  a  belt,  a  shirt  (perhaps  with  a  vest  or  jacket), gloves,  and  a  cloak. The clothes have plenty of pockets (especially the cloak).  The outfit can also include any extra items you might need, such as a scarf or a wide-brimmed hat.


Your character has this equipment: backpack, waterskin, one day’s trail rations, bedroll, sack, flint and steel, and three torches. Add to this the equipment and money listed below for your character’s class.

Barbarian: Studded leather armor, greataxe, shortbow, quiver with 20 arrows and 8 gp.

Bard: Studded leather armor, longsword, light crossbow, case with 10 crossbow bolts, lute (common), spell component pouch and 8 gp.

Cleric: Scale mail armor, heavy wooden shield, heavy mace, light crossbow, case with 10 crossbow bolts, wooden holy symbol and 4 gp.

Druid: Hide armor, heavy wooden shield, scimitar, club, sling, pouch with 10 sling bullets, holly and mistletoe and 6 gp.

Fighter: Scale mail armor, greatsword, shortbow, quiver with twenty arrows and 8 gp.

Monk: Quarterstaff, sling, pouch with 10 sling stones and 8 gp. (no armor)

Paladin: Scale mail armor, heavy wooden shield, longsword, shortbow, hooded lantern, three pints of oil, quiver with 20 arrows, wooden holy symbol and 24 gp.

Ranger: Studded leather armor, longsword, short sword, longbow, quiver with 20 arrows and 8 gp.

Rogue: Leather armor, short sword, light crossbow, dagger, thieves’ tools, hooded lantern and three pints of oil, case with 10 crossbow bolts and 16 gp.

Sorcerer: Shortspear, light crossbow, hooded lantern, 5 pints of oil, spell component pouch, case with 10 crossbow bolts and 12 gp. (no armor)

Wizard: Quarterstaff, light crossbow, ten candles, map case, three pages of parchment, ink, inkpen, spell component pouch, spellbook, case with 10 crossbow bolts and 18 gp. (no armor)