The Cost of Valiance
- The King
- Field Marshal
- First Lieutenant
- Advocate General
- Warrant Officers
- First Soldier
Special Operations Company (SOC)
- The King
The Field Marshal is in charge of all divisions and reports directly to The King. The Field Marshal is The King’s right hand man and military advisor. The Field Marshal is trusted to act of his own accord thought The King has full say over what happens pertaining to the military.
The Army is broken up into Ten Divisions all under control of the Field Marshal and through him The King.
A First Lieutenant is in charge of each Division. A division consists of 1,000 men.
A Lieutenant is in charge of each Brigade. A brigade consists of 200 men
A Sergeant is in charge of each Regiment. A regiment consist of 40 men.
A First Soldier is in charge of each Wing. A wing consists of 10 men.
There also exists a Royal Guard which is under direct control of The King and acts separately of the rest of the military. There are 200 men in the Royal Guard.
Warrant Officers fulfill administration and intelligence purposes. They have the authority of a First Lieutenant but do not typically have combat authority. If they do it is denoted by their armor. The General Advocate is in charge of all Warrant Officers and serves as an administrations adviser to the Field Marshal.
SOC is broken up into Ten Troops which make up The Company and is under control of The Major.
A Captain is in charge of each Troop. A Troop consists of 100 men.
A Corporal is in charge of each Squad. A Squad consists of 10 men.
Military Armor and Rank Designation
Field Marshal – Purple underclothing, Silver Armor with a Gold inlay M
First Lieutenant – Teal Green underclothing, Silver Armor with Gold inlay M
Lieutenant – Teal Green underclothing, Silver Armor with White inlay M
Sergeant – Red underclothing, Silver Armor with White inlay M
First Soldier – Blue underclothing, Silver Armor with Gold inlay M
Soldier – Blue underclothing, Silver Armor with White inlay M
Warrant Officer – Gray underclothing, Silver Armor with White inlay M
If they have combat authority their armor has a gold M
King – Purple underclothing, Silver Armor with Gold inlay M and Purple Cape.
Royal Guard – Purple underclothing, Silver Armor with White inlay M
Major wears two Black Pauldrons with Gold inlay M s and a Gray cape attached to them.
Captains – wear a single Black Pauldron with Gold inlay M with a Gray half cape
Corporals – wear a single Black Pauldron with White inlay M with a Gray half cape
Specialists – wear just the half Gray cape from the left shoulder.
The size of the Milita fluctuates constantly depending on intensity of conflict and a variety of other matters. The formation is always the same however. They are organized in to groups of 500 men and given the designation of Battalion. The Milita serves as recruitment grounds for the formal army. The Milita is often commanded by Warrant Officers though it does have members within its own ranks that are given positions of authority. These Milita leaders are known as Ensign.