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  • Orkgrinders

    The 337th Dolat Armored "Orkgrinders" Medium armor, modern world Unit Strength: 5000 Morale: 60 Quality: 30 Power: 12 Attack: 4d10+12 Armor: 24 Movement: 140 Range: 1 km Req/avail: -30, rare Although Dolat produces infantry in great numbers, …

  • Wallbreakers

    The 338th Dolat Artillery "Wallbreakers' Light artillery, modern world Strength: Power: 7 Attack: 4d10+7 Armor: 14 Quality: 30 Morale: 60 Movement: 100 Range: 5km Req.: -20 Avail: Rare Dolat learned long ago to produce integral artillery …

  • Gearfists

    h1. 1283rd Dolat Infantry (Mechanized) Gearfists Morale: 60 Quality: 30 Power: 8 Armor: 16 Movement: 280 Attack: 4d10+8 The 1283rd is one of the uniquely Dolatan "1,000s",regiments signed up for a 35 year hitch, instead of the normal 30. But …

  • Blessed Rampagers

    The 5998th Dolat Armored "Blessed Rampagers" Medium armor, modern world Unit Strength: 5000 Morale: 60 Quality: 30 Power: 12 Attack: 4d10+12 Armor: 24 Movement: 140 Range: 1 km Req/avail: -30, rare This unit was ready to head out to an …

  • Animercy's

    The 20,147th Dolat Artillery "Animercy's" Colonel Animercy rapidly became one of the most popular commanders amongst the logistics staff of the Fortunous Dynasty. Her reports are always accurate, correct and complete. It's a rare day that a clerk has to …

  • Travet's

    The 24,678th Dolat Infantry "Travet's" Dolat's venreation of the Imperial saints is fairly standard. The myriad of saints are vetted and approved, checked repeatedly. That is not universal. Cults of the oddest types can spring up and quietly thrive. And …

  • Rock Moles

    The 1824th Dolat Infantry "Rock Moles" Named for a rock-eating creature that formerly lived on [[Smokestack]], the Rock Moles began their service on Vaxanide. Perhaps unsurprisingly, they were expert at fortifications. This was in part because of the …

  • Sedvick's

    24673rd Dolat Infantry "Sedvick's" This regiment has the ill luck to be lead by a nascent hero. Natasa Sedvick is the last child of her branch of the Sedvick family. This family is noted for sending many of its children off into Imperial service, where …

  • Niven's

    This regiment should be renamed, since their original colonel was killed in a major training accident that put many of the command staff in the hospital. There are two problems. Firstly, tradition dictates that a new regiment receives its first colonels …

  • Taupin's

    The 24677th Dolat Infantry "Taupin's" Commanders tend to allow regimental traditions develop naturally. In many ways, the regiment is a living thing itself. No matter how many times the ranks are swept clean of life the regiment always returns. They …

  • Nal'Tavis'

    Dolat 24,676th Infantry "Nal'Tavis'" Col. Lailia Nal’Tavis hoped to avoid this service. Her families holdings on Dolat are regularly rented out by the Imperial presence to train soldiery on. However, in a much-regretted bit of piety, the family vowed to …