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Adspectus (At a Glance)

Home Realm: An Tir Dearg
Unit Web Page: Legio XXV Fidelis Constans
Motto: Fidelis Constans - Always Faithful
Created: November 2009
Disbanded: December 2010
Members: None Currently
Location: Nisson Park in Washington, UT
Practice Time: Was 1800-1900 every Wednesday (right before ATD Realm Practice)

Pars Belegarthi (Role in Belegarth)

'Shopped image of Legio XXV fighting at Fool's Raid in Las Vegas, NV (04/03/2010). ('Shopping replaces playground equipment in background.)

Legio XXV was one of three currently recognized units in the realm of An Tir Dearg along with the Deshi and the Krayts. The Legion recreated the Roman military of the late Empire, with heavy Celtic and Germanic influence through the lens of the Belegarth rules set. For simplicity, certain historical ranks and personnel numbers have been removed or altered. Originally, The Legion served as the anvil in the Realm's hammer and anvil tactics and "Three Battle" formation, and as such, focused on heavy line infantry combat, with members having served as either heavy infantry, support infantry, or long range support. As the roster and capabilities/desires of its members have changed, greater flexibility is now allowed pertaining to the roles members may espouse, so long as historicty is maintained - reflecting the "barbarianization" of the actual Roman military. Minimum weaponry generally consists of a shield, a single blue sword, a punch dagger, and one to two javelins; armor is highly suggested but not required.

Annales (History)

Membership

After Tiberius Claudius Marcellus introduced Khalon Antonius to Belegarth and discussed their shared love of Roman history the Legion was founded in November 2009. The two men first set out to bring regimented order to their experiences with An Tir Dearg. Shortly thereafter Semtatem Rufius Clavicus, Apolous Brutus, and Drew the Russian Whore joined the ranks. Eventually, Drew left Belegarth, for personal reasons. In his honor, the 4 lb beastly red sword he left behind was doused in gasoline and used to unsuccessfully light the pile of wooden pallets that had made up the castles at the First War of Reckoning.

Legio XXV was pleased to be re-joined by Drew on Wedesnday, September 1st, 2010 swelling the ranks to its highest number to date. Most regrettably, on Wednesday, September 14th, 2010 Khalon Antonius began a sabbatical of undetermined length from Belegarth for personal reasons. On that date Tiberius Claudius was promoted to the rank of Legatus Legionis, Semtatem Rufius was promoted to the rank of Praefectus Castrorum, and Apolous Brutus was promoted to the rank of Primus Pilus.

Further changes occurred to the roster when Semtatem Rufius stopped attending practice for unannounced reasons shortly after Khalon Antonius announced his permanent end to fighting. Apolous Brutus was then appointed Praefectus Castrorum and Ocatavius Aurelius became the Primus Pilus. The Legion was proud to accept Octavius Aurelius' brother Arthfael and sister-in-law Ithel. Sadly, on December 9th, 2010 Tiberius Claudius saw the writing on the wall and gave the order for all remaining Legionnaires to disband due to only two other members sporadically attending unit and Realm practice. The vexillum awaits furled, for the day it will fly again.

Administration

The first unit practice occurred at Hidden Valley Park in St. George, UT and was held on a Saturday morning from 0800 - 1200. It was here that the Latin Drill & Ceremonies Manual that Tiberius Claudius Marcellus adapted from the Ermine Street Guard and the United States Marine CorpsDrill & Ceremonies Manual(under which he trained when he served from 2003 - 2006) was first implemented. Practice was shortly thereafter moved to Nisson park in Washington, UT (ATD's home field) on Saturday mornings from 0900-1200. Due to complications that arose, unit practice was moved to its current time, and a more dedicated focus on unit-related awards, tactics, garb & gear, and necessary discussions was taken in response to the website being created and unit rules being codified.

Technological Advances

After multiple failed weapons creations in the spring/summer of 2009 Tiberius Claudius created a strap tower shield from a blue plastic barrel and became the first Roman-style fighter in An Tir Dearg. He duck taped a large bed sheet to it, tried to tuck the copious amounts of material in on itself and called it good. Unfortunately, the beastly creation was 48" across. After sawing off a good foot of material with the serrated blade of a Swiss Army Knife, he re-taped the bed sheet to his now-legal shield. Once the open cell foam he used to pad it began to wear down and fall off, he re-padded with blue camp pad and sewed a proper draw string cover for the shield. It was at this time that the first shield decorations were added with yellow, white, and silver duck tape. They fell off or were otherwise destroyed by normal combat within the first 10 minutes of practice. It was another month until the designs were recreated with fabric paint and a linen tunica was sewn for minimal garb in time for Samhain, October 3rd, 2009. This shield served well for several months until the cover tore due to the fabric paint weakening the thread structure to normal hits.

On March 6th, 2010 Khalon Antonius acquired a sheet of lexan signage and drafted plans for the Gen II Scutum design. It has performed beautifully and altogether weighs approximately 9 lbs, down from the roughly 12 lbs of the Gen I Scutum plywood design. As of May 13th, 2010, all founding members have a Gen II Scutum at some phase of production. Interestingly and as a demonstration of his adventurous foamsmithing spirit, on Wednesday, August 18th, 2010 Khalon Antonius converted his Gen II Scutum into a plasti-dipped version - the Gen 2.5 model. It has passed safety checks in An Tir Dearg and is currently awaiting a coat of paint and the Legion will bring it to Samhain 7 in Ogden, UT during October 2010 to seek regional approval and advice on its construction and safety.

Event Attendance

For Legio XXV to be considered to have attended an event, at least 50% of members must attend
War of Reckoning (02/06/2010)
Fool's Raid (04/03/2010)

Constitutio (Organization & Structure)

Legio XXV has a rank structure that incorporates historical roles within the Roman Legions, adapted for Belegarth, and that is designed to both meet the needs of the unit as it grows as well as to provide opportunity and incentive for members to excel and advance. They are listed in order from lowest seniority to highest. All members, including the founders, start at the bottom and accomplish all prerequisites in order to advance in rank. As a result, a motivated new member has the ability to obtain a leadership position before a slower-progressing tenured member.

Album Ducum (List of Leadership)

  • No current leadership

Apellatio (Ranks)

Tirones

Description: This is the entry level rank. Essentially this rank is a trial period as well as a training period. New Recruits are immediately given this rank. This allows them to begin their training to become Miles Gregarii (Full Members). This is a good time for the new recruit as well to decide whether this is the unit for them or not.
Requirements: Willingness to follow Legio XXV rules.
Privileges:
  • Able to fight alongside Legio XXV as a Roman citizen
  • May earn Copper Gladius, Copper Pugio, Copper Pilum, and Copper Scutum Decorations

Miles Gregarius

Description: The Miles Gregarius is a Full Member of Legio XXV. They look the part, they act the part, and they fight the part. They have shown dedication, hard work, and the desire to be a member of the Legion. This is the main rank that everyone should strive to achieve.
Requirements:
  • Must Earn Copper Gladius Award
  • Must Earn Copper Pugio Award
  • Must Earn Copper Pilum Award
  • Must Earn Copper Scutum Award
  • Must Possess Full Garb (Tunica, Braccae, Balteus, Caligae)
  • Must Possess Full Equipment (Gladius, Pugio, Pilum, Scutum)
  • Must Pass 80% or Higher on Book of War Test
  • Must Pass 80% or Higher on Legio XXV Lex Legis Test
  • Must Attend 10 Legio XXV Practices
Privileges:
  • Awarded Red Sash
  • Awarded Military Diploma
  • May Earn Decorations
  • May take command of a Contubernium if their Decanus falls in battle
  • May Request Lorica Hamata at Legio XXV Pricing

Decanus

Description: The Decanus is in charge of a 4 man Contubernium. He will receive orders from the Centurion and he makes sure that his Contubernium follows the orders. Assists in decorating his men with awards. A Miles Gregarius may challenge a Decanus for his rank. The two will then commence in several tests to see who is better fit to lead the Contubernium. These tests include a combat test, written test, and oral test.
Requirements:
  • Rank of Miles Gregarius
  • Rank Opening
  • Must Pass 80% or Higher on Legio XXV Tactics Test
  • Must Pass 80% or Higher on Legio XXV Commands Test (Oral Test)
  • Must Earn Silver Gladius
  • Must Earn Silver Pugio
  • Must Earn Silver Pilum
  • Must Earn Silver Scutum
  • Must Recruit and Sponsor a New Member up to Miles Gregarius
  • Must Attend 20 Legio XXV Practices
Privileges:
  • Command over 4 Miles Gregarii
  • Awarded Red Sash with Silver Trim

Centurion

Description: The Centurion is in charge of a Centuria (2 Contubernia; 2 Decani; 10 men total). He receives orders from the Pilus Prior and makes sure that his Decani follow them. Assists in decorating his men with awards.
Requirements:
  • Rank of Decanus
  • Rank Opening
  • Must be chosen by a Pilus Prior to be one of his Centurions
  • Must Pass 80% or Higher on Legio XXV Tactics Test
  • Must Pass 80% or Higher on Legio XXV Commands Test (Oral Test)
  • Must Earn Gold Gladius
  • Must Earn Gold Pugio
  • Must Earn Gold Pilum
  • Must Earn Gold Scutum
  • Must Recruit and Sponsor 2 New Members up to Miles Gregarius
  • Must Attend 30 Legio XXV Practices
Privileges:
  • Command over a Centuria
  • Awarded Red Sash with Gold Trim

Pilus Prior

Description: The Pilus Prior is in charge of a Cohort (2 Centuria/Centurions; 4 Contubernia/Decani; 22 men total). They receive orders from the Primus Pilus, Praefectus Castrorum, or Legatus Legionis and they make sure their men follow them. A Pilus Prior also functions as a Tribune within Legio XXV. They are allowed to bring up topics of discussion and they are able to vote on such topics. There can only be a maximum of 9 Pilus Priori at any one time.
Requirements:
  • Rank of Centurion
  • Rank Opening
  • Must Pass 80% or Higher on Legio XXV Tactics Test
  • Must Pass 80% or Higher on Legio XXV Commands Test (Oral Test)
  • Must Recruit and Sponsor 5 New Members up to Miles Gregarius
  • Must Attend 40 Legio XXV Practices
Privileges:
  • Command over a Cohort
  • Awarded Gold Sash
  • Awarded title of Tribune
  • May vote at Tribune Meetings

Primus Pilus

Description: The Primus Pilus is effectively the Third-in-Command of Legio XXV. Only the Praefectus Castrorum and Legatus Legionis can give him orders and he may also give orders to any rank below him. He is to have great knowledge of Roman Tactics and Orders and is also a Tribune and may vote in Tribune meetings.
Requirements:
  • Rank of Pilus Prior
  • Rank Opening
  • Chosen by the Legatus Legionis
  • Must Pass 80% or Higher on Legio XXV Tactics Test
  • Must Pass 80% or Higher on Legio XXV Commands Test (Oral Test)
Privileges:
  • Third-in-Command over Legio XXV
  • Awarded Gold Sash with Red Trim
  • May vote at Tribune Meetings

Praefectus Castrorum

Description: The Praefectus Castrorum is effectively the Second-in-Command of Legio XXV. Only the Legatus Legionis can give him orders and he may also give orders to any rank below him. He is to have great knowledge of Roman Tactics and Orders and is also a Tribune that may vote in Tribune meetings.
Requirements:
  • Rank of Pilus Prior
  • Rank Opening
  • Chosen by the Legatus Legionis
  • Must Pass 80% or Higher on Legio XXV Tactics Test
  • Must Pass 80% or Higher on Legio XXV Commands Test (Oral Test)
Privileges:
  • Second-in-Command over Legio XXV
  • Awarded Gold Sash with Silver Trim
  • May vote at Tribune Meetings

Legatus Legionis

Description: The Legatus Legionis is the General of Legio XXV. He does not take orders from anyone save the Imperator himself and may give orders to any rank below him. He is to have great knowledge of Roman Tactics and Orders and is a Tribune that may vote in Tribune meetings. The only way to become the Legatus Legionis is for the current Legatus Legionis to step down and then receive a majority vote of Tribuni to take charge of the Legion.
Requirements:
  • Rank of Pilus Prior
  • Rank Opening
  • Majority vote of the Tribuni
  • Must Pass 80% or Higher on Legio XXV Tactics Test
  • Must Pass 80% or Higher on Legio XXV Commands Test (Oral Test)
Privileges:
  • General of Legio XXV
  • Awarded Gold Sash with Purple Trim
  • May vote at Tribune Meetings

Tribunus

Description: The Tribuni are the only members of Legio XXV who have the ability to bring up and vote on any issues that are of importance to the unit. Each Tribunus holds at least the rank of Pilus Prior and therefore has shown the dedication necessary to recruit members, teach them, train them, and otherwise be an integral part of Legio XXV. There are only allowed a total of 12 Tribuni within Legio XXV.

Lex Legis (Unit Rules)

1. Legio XXV Rule Board

1.1. Conjuction with Belegarth's Rules
1.1.1. No Legio XXV rule may omit Belegarth Rules
1.1.2. Belegarth's Rules are a minimum standard. No Legio XXV Rule may change a Belegarth Rule unless it is considered to be a higher standard
1.2. Only Legio XXV members are expected to follow Legio XXV's rules
1.3. Adding or Changing a Legio XXV Law
1.3.1. Any Legio XXV Member Rank Miles Gregarius or higher may propose an addition or change to the Legio XXV Rules
1.3.2. An Addition or Change may be brought up before the Tribuni at the Tribune Meetings at the corrcet time
1.3.3. For an Addition or Change to be made the Tribuni will put it to a vote. The Majority vote is the final decision

2. Disciplina (Discipline)

2.1. Orders
2.1.1. An Order given by a superior Officer is to be followed exactly during battles
2.1.1.1. Failure to follow an Officer's Order during a battle results in Strength or Endurance Corrections, to be determined by the Officer giving the order
2.1.2. All Orders are encouraged to be given in Latin on the battlefield
2.2. Corrections
2.2.1. Strength Correction
2.2.1.1. If told to do a Strength Correction the Legio XXV member is to go to the side of the battlefield and do 10 push-ups
2.2.2. Endurance Correction
2.2.2.1. If told to do an Endurance Correction the Legio XXV member is to go to the side of the battlefield and run 2 laps around the battlefield
2.2.3. Weight Correction
2.2.3.1. If told to do a Weight Correction the Legio XXV member is to go to the side of the battlefield in full gear. They are then to hold their sword straight out from their body and hold their shield up so that there is an equal amount of space between the top of their head and the top of the shield, and the bottom of the shield to the ground. This position is to be held for 2 minutes
2.2.4. Special accommodations may be made for those that can not perform a correction. (i.e. We will not force a person to run that has asthma, or force a person to do push-ups with an injured arm)
2.2.5. All Corrections are to be performed after the battle has finished, not during

3. Constitutio (Structure)

3.1. Ranks (Most Senior-->Recruit)
3.1.1. Legatus Legionis - In charge of entire Legion
3.1.2. Praefectus Castrorum - Second in Command of Legion
3.1.3. Primus Pilus - Third in Command of Legion and Commander of 1st Cohort
3.1.4. Pilus Prior - Commander of their respective Cohort
3.1.5. Centurion - In charge of one Centuria
3.1.6. Decanus - In charge of one Contubernium
3.1.7. Miles Gregarius (Legionnaire) - Basic Soldier
3.1.8. Tirones - New Recruit
3.2. Special Ranks
3.2.1. Cornicern - Horn Player
3.2.2. Signifer - Signum Carrier
3.2.3. Aquilifer - Aquila Carrier
3.2.4. Vexillarius - Vexillum Carrier
3.2.5. Imaginifer - Imago Carrier (Bust of the Imperator)
3.2.6. Tribune - Senate Member - All Legatus Legonis, Praefectus Castrorum, Primus Pilus, and Pilus Priori are Tribuni
3.2.6.1. Tribuni all get an equal vote on topics brought up at the Tribune Meetings
3.3. Unit Structure
3.3.1. Legio - Consists of 10 Cohorts (Approximately 233 men)
3.3.2. Cohort - Consists of 2 Centuria (Approximately 22 men)
3.3.3. Centuria - Consists of 2 Contubernium (Approximately 10 men)
3.3.4. Contubernium - Consists of 4 men
3.4. Unit Roles
3.4.1. Infantry
3.4.1.1. Standard Equipment: Gladius, Pugio, Pilum, Scutum, Lorica Hamata, Gallic G Galea, and Full Garb
3.4.1.2. Main Roll: To Provide the main line of defense and offense on the battlefield
3.4.2. Ranged Support
3.4.2.1. Standard Equipment: Arcus and Sagitta, Lorica Hamta, and Full Garb
3.4.2.2. Optional Equipment: Gladius, Pugio, Parma, and Gallic G Galea
3.4.2.3. Main Roll: To Provide Long range support
3.4.3. Hastati
3.4.3.1. Standard Equipment: Hasta, Pilum, Lorica Hamata, Gallic G Galea, and Full Garb
3.4.3.2. Optional Equipment: Gladius, Pugio, and Parma
3.4.3.3. Main Roll: To Provide a heavy offensive line behind the Infantry line

4. Bellum (Combat)

4.1. Illegal Hits
4.1.1. Head Strikes
4.1.1.1. A Head Strike with anything other than a Class 4 or Class 5 weapon (see Belegarth rules 3.2.2.4 and 3.2.2.5) is considered an Illegal Strike
4.1.1.2. If a member of the Legio XXV performs an Illegal Strike to the Head they must perform a Strength Correction
4.1.1.3. If a weapon strikes a patruding piece on a helm it is not considered an Illegal hit. (i.e. Hitting the Plume on a Centurion's Helm or hitting the neck guard on the Legionare's Helm)
4.2. Weapons
4.2.1. All Legio XXV members must use Legio XXV approved weapons
4.2.2. Gladius Hispaniensis - A Class 1 Sword
4.2.3. Pugio - A Class 3 Dagger
4.2.4. Pilum - A Class 3 Thrusting and Class 4 Throwing Javelin
4.2.5. Arcus and Sagitta - A Class 4 Bow and Arrow
4.2.6. Hasta - A Class 3 Spear
4.3. Barbarians
4.3.1. In some training situations a member of Legio XXV may be asked to portray a Barbarian. Doing so exempts that member from rule 4.2.1. and may use whateever weapon they choose
4.4. Armor and Garb
4.4.1. All Legio XXV members must wear only Legio XXV approved armor and garb
4.4.2. Garb
4.4.2.1. At bare minimum all Legio XXV members are required to have and wear the Legio XXV garb during practice and events. Tirones are exempt to this rule
4.4.2.2. Tunica
4.4.2.2.1. Tunicas are encouraged to be made of 100% Linen or Wool, however it is not required
4.4.2.2.2. All combat tunics must be red. Non-Combat tunics may be undyed
4.4.2.3. Caligae - Sandles - Modern sandles are acceptable if they look period
4.4.2.4. Balteus - Belt - Belts do not require the apron. The buckle is to be worn on the right side
4.4.2.5. Braccae - Pants/Shorts
4.4.3. Armor
4.4.3.1. All Legio XXV members are highly encouraged to get their own set of armor
4.4.3.2. Galea - Helmet - Legio XXV uses the Gallic G Galea
4.4.3.3. Lorica Hamata - Chainmail - This is Legio XXV standard armor
4.4.3.4. Lorica Segmentata - Plate Armor - While this is the standard Legionnaire armor we do not recommend it due to movement restrictions
4.4.3.5. Lorica Squamata - Scale Mail - May only be worn by Centurions or higher
4.4.3.6. Lorica Plumata - Feathered Scale Mail - May only be worn by Centurions or higher
4.4.3.7. Manica - Armor Armor - At this moment Manica is to be illegal armor until further notice
4.4.3.8. Greaves - May only be worn by Decanus or higher
4.4.3.9. Bracers - May only be worn by Decanus or higher
4.4.3.10. Scutum - Main tower shield used by Legio XXV
4.4.3.11. Parma - Bucker used by Legio Support Roles

5. Aequalitas (Uniformity)

5.1. Garb and Armor
5.1.1. All unit members are to strive to obtain armor and garb that matches the roll that they are placed in
5.1.2. All garb and armor should appear as close as possible to everyone else in the unit
5.1.2.1. Armor or Garb that does not appear uniform with the unit may be deemed unfit for wear
5.2. Attention and Marching
5.2.1. All soldiers will be required at times to stand at attention. This stance should appear uniform when done
5.2.2. When entering and exiting the field at an event we will march on. Everyone is to be uniform in step as well as uniform in their appearance
5.2.3. At events we stick together. If we are camping over night we camp together

6. Stellionatus (Cheating)

6.1. Cheating will not be tolerated
6.1.1. If a member is found cheating they will be first given a warning. If it continues they will be removed from the unit
6.2. Honor
6.2.1 We win with honor, and we loose with honor. Take your hits. Not taking your hits will be considered cheating

Palma (Unit Awards)

These are the various awards and decorations that can be earned by a member of Legio XXV. A Tirones may only earn and wear copper palma. Miles Gregarii and higher members may earn and wear all palma . A member of the Legion must wear all earned decorations on the sash appropriate for their rank while in Dress Uniform in parades or at feast. A member may test for multiple different awards at each practice, but may only test for each award once per practice. A member may not earn multiple levels of the same award in the same practice.

Tabulae (Documents)

Military Diploma

Earned by becoming a Miles Gregarius

Cinguli (Sashes)

Sashes are worn during feasts or ceremonies.

Red Sashes

Red sashes are worn by non-Officer members of the Legion.

  • Red Sash - Earned by becoming a Miles Gregarius
  • Red Sash With Silver Trim - Earn by becoming a Decanus
  • Red Sash With Gold Trim - Earned by becoming a Centurion

Gold Sashes

Gold sashes are worn by Officers in the Legion.

  • Gold Sash - Earned by becoming a Pilus Prior
  • Gold Sash with Red Trim - Worn by the Primus Pilus
  • Gold Sash with Silver Trim - Worn by the Praefectus Castorum
  • Gold Sash with Purple Trim - Worn by the Legatus Legionsis

Palma (Decorations)

Awards are worn on one's sash.

Gladius

The Gladius test consists of the supplicant fighting 10 battles to the death against an opponent, each only using a single blue sword

  • Copper Gladius - Awarded for passing with a score of 4/10 or higher
  • Silver Gladius - Awarded for passing with a score of 6/10 or higher
  • Gold Gladius - Awarded for passing with a score of 8/10 or higher
  • Copper Expert Gladius - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 4/10 or higher
  • Silver Expert Gladius - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 6/10 or higher
  • Gold Expert Gladius - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 8/10 or higher

Pugio

The Pugio test consists of the supplicant fighting 10 battles to the death against an opponent, each only using a single green dagger

  • Copper Pugio - Awarded for passing with a score of 4/10 or higher
  • Silver Pugio - Awarded for passing with a score of 6/10 or higher
  • Gold Pugio - Awarded for passing with a score of 8/10 or higher
  • Copper Expert Pugio - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 4/10 or higher
  • Silver Expert Pugio - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 6/10 or higher
  • Gold Expert Pugio - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 8/10 or higher

Pilum

The Pilum test consists of the supplicant throwing a javelin at a human target at a distance of 25 feet and scoring a Belegarth-legal hit

  • Copper Pilum - Awarded for passing with a score of 4/10 or higher
  • Silver Pilum - Awarded for passing with a score of 6/10 or higher
  • Gold Pilum - Awarded for passing with a score of 8/10 or higher
  • Copper Expert Pilum - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 4/10 or higher
  • Silver Expert Pilum - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 6/10 or higher
  • Gold Expert Pilum - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 8/10 or higher

Sagitta

The Sagitta test consists of the supplicant shooting an arrow at a human target at a distance of 40 feet and scoring a Belegarth-legal hit

  • Copper Sagitta - Awarded for passing with a score of 4/10 or higher
  • Silver Sagitta - Awarded for passing with a score of 6/10 or higher
  • Gold Sagitta - Awarded for passing with a score of 8/10 or higher
  • Copper Expert Sagitta - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 4/10 or higher
  • Silver Expert Sagitta - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 6/10 or higher
  • Gold Expert Sagitta - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 8/10 or higher

Hasta

The Hasta test consists of the supplicant

  • Copper Hasta - Awarded for passing with a score of 4/10 or higher
  • Silver Hasta - Awarded for passing with a score of 6/10 or higher
  • Gold Hasta - Awarded for passing with a score of 8/10 or higher
  • Copper Expert Hasta - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 4/10 or higher
  • Silver Expert Hasta - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 6/10 or higher
  • Gold Expert Hasta - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 8/10 or higher

Scutum

The Scutum test consists of the supplicant defending against an opponent wielding a single blue sword with only a Legio XXV scutum for 10 30-second periods without being killed

  • Copper Scutum - Awarded for passing with a score of 4/10 or higher
  • Silver Scutum - Awarded for passing with a score of 6/10 or higher
  • Gold Scutum - Awarded for passing with a score of 8/10 or higher
  • Copper Expert Scutum - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 4/10 or higher
  • Silver Expert Scutum - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 6/10 or higher
  • Gold Expert Scutum - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 8/10 or higher

Parma

The Parma test consists of the supplicant defending against an opponent wielding a single blue sword with only a Legio XXV parma for 10 30-second periods without being killed

  • Copper Parma - Awarded for passing with a score of 4/10 or higher
  • Silver Parma - Awarded for passing with a score of 6/10 or higher
  • Gold Parma - Awarded for passing with a score of 8/10 or higher
  • Copper Expert Parma - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 4/10 or higher
  • Silver Expert Parma - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 6/10 or higher
  • Gold Expert Parma - Awarded for passing (TBD) with a score of 8/10 or higher
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