The Roman legion was the best military force of its time and for hundreds of years after it’s disbandment. The Marian reforms of 107 BC set the Roman army up to be nearly unstoppable. Organized, well equipped, and disciplined, none could stand against a Roman formation.
Roma Invicta models three main types of Roman infantry: heavy, light, and auxiliary. Heavy units wear advanced plate armor (Lorica Segmentata) while Light units use chainmail (Lorica Hamata). The Auxilary fighters are equipped with a mix of chainmail and scale armor (Lorica Squamata) and an ovular shaped shield, making them easily distinguishable.
These armor types are each uniquely suited to their own roles, whether it be head-to-head combat, or careful scouting. The Roman legion will be prepared.