From The Lands Of Liberos Project
|“||They laugh until 25 Legions rise over the hill...||”|
|Osmax Army Banner|
|Country||Osmax (tribe) (B1E - 1 First Era) |
Kingdom Of Osmax (1 First Era - )
|Allegiance||To the General Of Osmax|
|Size||~ 2 - 40 legions|
|Motto(s)||'Loyalty, above all else'|
|Engagements||Osmax-Arain Succesion War |
Wall Of Spears
|Commander-In-Chief||Chief Of The Osmax (B1E - B1E - 1) |
King Of The Osmax (1 First Era - )
|Notable commanders||Max I|
The 'Osmanian Callonous' known simply as the Osmax Army was the military fighting force for the Osmax (tribe) (B1E - B1E-1), Kingdom Of Osmax (1 First Era - ), and PLACEHOLDER ( - ) for nearly (insert years). It was known as one of the most sophisticated and elite fighting forces for hundreds of years, and one of the only standing armies of the 1st and 2nd Eras. The army first began was a roughly organized group of warriors starting with King Max I, soon transforming under the leadership of Tiberius II to a strong disciplined force. Before this, the army was very successful in its endeavors, but only due to its great leaders of the time. The Army, comprised of Naval Forces later aswell, was headed by the General Of Osmax, with its Commander In Chief residing in the ruling position of the Osmax. Entry into the Army was extremely simply, changing only once or twice throughout history, but the requirements to become an officer changed very frequently. The military was a seperated political entity until around the 6th Century when the standing General Of Osmax, marched onto Opam to declare himself King.
Tribe Of The Osmax (B1E - B1E-1)
The Osmax Army during the Tribe of the Osmax, (Osmax (tribe) was an extremely unorganized structure of troops consisting mostly of levied warriors, and conscripted warriors. The Army still consisted of a multitude of military ranks, but organization was difficult to manage. Many soldiers never got promoted to whatever position they held during the Osmax-Arain Succesion War. The Army during this time held only simple weapons of war, including spears, swords, daggers, longbows, and occasionally war axes. The strength of the army during the war can be measured at approx. 2 legions.