Opening Moves - Rome - Rome 2 Heaven.
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Hastati (singular: Hastatus) were a class of infantry employed in the armies of the early Roman Republic who originally fought as spearmen, and later as swordsmen.These soldiers were the staple unit after Rome threw off Etruscan rule. They were originally some of the poorest men in the legion, and could afford only modest equipment—light chainmail and other miscellaneous equipment.
Traditions are of great importance in Total War: Rome II. Even if your army is defeated or you disband it, the experience gained by it is not wasted. When raising a new army you can restore traditions, so your units will immediately use previously unlocked abilities.
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Map 1 ROMANS EPIROTES 2 anti-elephant wagons with Leves 1 Elephant and 2 skirmish units (1 with missiles) at a distance on a hill. 2 Roman and allied cavalry units 1 unit of Samnite cavalry (Samnite, with some Thessalian and Bruttian and the Tarantine mercenaries) 2 consuls and Battle Standard Legion I 1 Macedonian phalanx 1 Italiot hoplite unit (mercenaries from Tarantum) 1 unit of Agema with.
I think they could also be good vs phalanxes, as the slow phalanx should not be able to catch up with Velites, allowing the Velites to harass without problem. But Velites needlessly complicate big battles and battles in general, and Hastati are generally more useful then Velites.
Velites were descended from an earlier class of light infantry, leves, dating from the Camillan legion of the 5th century BC, who had a very similar role to the velites. They were also the poorer and younger soldiers in the legion, though the rorarii and accensi classes were considerably poorer and were eventually disbanded, having insufficient equipment to be effective soldiers. (17).