Field of Glory II Army Lists in Alphabetical Order

Field of Glory II is a turn-based tactical game set during the Rise of Rome from 280 BC to 25 BC.
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Field of Glory II Army Lists in Alphabetical Order

Post by Daniele » Mon Aug 21, 2017 11:55 am

Hi everybody,

Field of Glory II will have a massive variety of armies to choose from, each one with peculiar units reflecting the strategy and tactics used during that time.

Each Army List has been accurately researched and with them, you’ll find the Ancient World more vibrant than ever.

We have received requests from many of you, wondering exactly what (and how many) historical factions will be available, and your requests haven’t been gone unnoticed!

Below you can find a complete list in alphabetical order of every Army List present in Field of Glory II.

Are you ready to enter the battlefield?

Get more information about Field of Glory II on its official product page

FOG2 Army Lists – Rise of Rome (Alphabetically)

Ancient British 60 BC - 80 AD
Apulian 420-203 BC
Arab 312 BC - 476 AD
Armenian 331 BC - 252 AD
Armenian (Tigranes) 83-69 BC
Atropatene 320-145 BC
Atropatene 144 BC - 226 AD
Bithynian 297-74 BC
Bosporan 348-85 BC
Bosporan 84-11 BC
Bruttian or Lucanian 420-203 BC
Campanian 280-203 BC
Carthaginian 280-263 BC
Carthaginian 262-236 BC
Carthaginian 235-146BC
Carthaginian (Hannibal in Italy) 218-217 BC
Carthaginian (Hannibal in Italy) 216-203 BC
Carthaginian (Hannibal in Africa) 202 BC
Caucasian 320 BC - 476 AD
Dacian 50 BC - 106 AD
Galatian 280-63 BC
Galatian 63-25 BC
Gallic 300-101 BC
Gallic 100-50 BC
Germanic Foot Tribes 105 BC - 259 AD
Graeco-Bactrian 250-130 BC
Greek 280-228 BC
Greek 227-146 BC
Greek (Western) 280-49 BC
Iberian or Colchian 331 BC - 252 AD
Illyrian 350 BC - 25 AD
Indian 500 BC - 319 AD
Indo-Greek 175 BC - 10 AD
Indo-Parthian 60 BC - 130 AD
Indo-Skythian 95 BC - 50 AD
Italian Hill Tribes 490-275 BC
Jewish 167-64 BC
Jewish 64 BC - 6 AD
Kappadokian 260 BC - 17 AD
Kushan 130 BC - 476 AD
Libyan 220 BC - 70 AD
Ligurian 480-145 BC
Macedonian 320-261 BC
Macedonian 260-148 BC
Mountain Indian 492-170 BC
Nabataean 260 BC - 106 AD
Numidian or Moorish 220-56 BC
Numidian or Moorish 55 BC - 6 AD
Parthian 250 BC - 225 AD
Pergamene 262-191 BC
Pergamene 190-129 BC
Pontic 281-111 BC
Pontic 110-85 BC
Pontic 84-47 BC
Ptolemaic 320-167 BC
Ptolemaic 166-56 BC
Ptolemaic 55-30 BC
Pyrrhic 280-272 BC
Rhoxolani 350 BC - 24 AD
Roman 280-220 BC
Roman 219-200 BC
Roman 199-106 BC
Roman 105-25 BC
Saka 300 BC - 50 AD
Samnite 355-272 BC
Sarmatian 350 BC - 24 AD
Scots-Irish 50 BC - 476 AD
Seleucid 320-206 BC
Seleucid 205-167 BC
Seleucid 166-125 BC
Seleucid 124-63 BC
Skythian 300 BC - 50 AD
Slave Revolt 73-71 BC
Spanish 300-10 BC
Spanish (Sertorius) 80-70 BC
Syracusan 280-211 BC
Thracian 350 BC - 46 AD
Umbrian 490-260 BC

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Post by Hoplite1963 » Mon Aug 21, 2017 5:37 pm

Thanks very much this is even better than I expected.

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Post by Searry » Mon Aug 21, 2017 7:10 pm

This list looks most impressive!
How will you model the chariots the Britons used? Can they be changed at will from skirmishing troops to foot infantry?

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Post by rbodleyscott » Mon Aug 21, 2017 10:49 pm

Searry wrote:This list looks most impressive!
How will you model the chariots the Britons used? Can they be changed at will from skirmishing troops to foot infantry?
We are aware that that is how they fought. However, to avoid complication with swapping models back and forth, we represent them mounted. You can assume that they are actually dismounting for close combat but that is isn't depicted on the battle map.
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Post by Searry » Tue Aug 22, 2017 8:55 am

rbodleyscott wrote:
Searry wrote:This list looks most impressive!
How will you model the chariots the Britons used? Can they be changed at will from skirmishing troops to foot infantry?
We are aware that that is how they fought. However, to avoid complication with swapping models back and forth, we represent them mounted. You can assume that they are actually dismounting for close combat but that is isn't depicted on the battle map.
Are you making them something like dragoons in Pike and Shot?

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Post by rbodleyscott » Tue Aug 22, 2017 9:00 am

Searry wrote:
rbodleyscott wrote:
Searry wrote:This list looks most impressive!
How will you model the chariots the Britons used? Can they be changed at will from skirmishing troops to foot infantry?
We are aware that that is how they fought. However, to avoid complication with swapping models back and forth, we represent them mounted. You can assume that they are actually dismounting for close combat but that is isn't depicted on the battle map.
Are you making them something like dragoons in Pike and Shot?
No.
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Post by t341 » Wed Aug 23, 2017 5:14 pm

you have several early Italian armies, why not an earlier Roman army?

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Post by rbodleyscott » Wed Aug 23, 2017 5:40 pm

hms wrote:you have several early Italian armies, why not an earlier Roman army?
Those armies are in because they overlap with the 280 BC start date. Take the example of the Apulian list. We decided not to arbitrarily split it into a 420 BC - 281 BC list (in an expansion) and a 280 - 203 BC list in the initial release, because both lists would be identical. The Roman lists wouldn't.

Earlier Roman, Carthaginian, Macedonian etc. etc. army lists will be added when the game is extended to cover the period from 480 BC.
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Post by SteveD64 » Tue Aug 29, 2017 4:44 pm

It seems this list goes back far enough to include most of the Diadochi so the successors are in play. Although I was wondering what list best represent Antigonus' army?

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Post by rbodleyscott » Tue Aug 29, 2017 4:49 pm

SteveD64 wrote:It seems this list goes back far enough to include most of the Diadochi so the successors are in play. Although I was wondering what list best represent Antigonus' army?
Antigonos will have his own list when we add the earlier period.
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Post by Searry » Thu Aug 31, 2017 2:43 pm

rbodleyscott wrote:
SteveD64 wrote:It seems this list goes back far enough to include most of the Diadochi so the successors are in play. Although I was wondering what list best represent Antigonus' army?
Antigonos will have his own list when we add the earlier period.
This is great news. Does this confirm you will make a Diadochoi dlc?

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Post by rbodleyscott » Thu Aug 31, 2017 4:15 pm

Searry wrote:
rbodleyscott wrote:
SteveD64 wrote:It seems this list goes back far enough to include most of the Diadochi so the successors are in play. Although I was wondering what list best represent Antigonus' army?
Antigonos will have his own list when we add the earlier period.
This is great news. Does this confirm you will make a Diadochoi dlc?
Well it will cover a lot more than that.
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Post by Hoplite1963 » Thu Aug 31, 2017 8:08 pm

Hi Richard
Pushing my luck hear I know but will the 480BC to 281BC expansion pack be the first one to come out? Personally I hope so.

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Post by rbodleyscott » Fri Sep 01, 2017 6:16 am

Hoplite1963 wrote:Hi Richard
Pushing my luck hear I know but will the 480BC to 281BC expansion pack be the first one to come out? Personally I hope so.
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Post by Hoplite1963 » Fri Sep 01, 2017 5:17 pm

Enough said fair enough :-)

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Post by Latro » Wed Sep 20, 2017 8:53 pm

Will it be possible, with some editing, to create your own 'fantasy' army lists?
Something like a combined Roman/Germanic army or such.

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Post by rbodleyscott » Wed Sep 20, 2017 9:04 pm

Latro wrote:Will it be possible, with some editing, to create your own 'fantasy' army lists?
Something like a combined Roman/Germanic army or such.
The short answer is yes.

The army lists are in text file format. If you put them in a custom folder you can edit them any way you like.
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Post by Latro » Thu Sep 21, 2017 7:50 am

:shock: Drewwwwl...

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Post by JaM2013 » Thu Sep 21, 2017 1:07 pm

how are number of men in unit linked with actual number of men visible on battlefield? would it be possible adjust that number somehow? (so let say if I change the number of men for single roman unit to represent maniple of 120 men, i will still keep 4x2 unit "icon")
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JaM2013 wrote:how are number of men in unit linked with actual number of men visible on battlefield? would it be possible adjust that number somehow? (so let say if I change the number of men for single roman unit to represent maniple of 120 men, i will still keep 4x2 unit "icon")
Sure, you can make a custom folder, copy in the Squads file and edit the TotalMen column in the squads file.
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