|Troop Type||Cost Per Element in AP||ME Per Element||Number of Elements||Total Cost of Elements||ME|
|C-in-C Irr Wb(S)||5||4||1||5||4|
|Cavalry - Irr LH (O)||5||1||2||10||2|
|Foot warriors - Irr Wb (F)||3||1/2||16||48||8|
|Slingers - Irr Ps (O)||2||1/2||6||12||3|
|Chariots - Irr Cv (O)||6||1||4||24||4|
|Disheartened: 15 1/2 Defeated: 10 1/2|
The slingers will screen the main force, attempt to break up the enemy line and retire through the main force as they are able. The CinC will keep the warband in check from the back rank until they can be released. He will then hang back to plug any holes. My standard formation for the main body will be a block 6 wide and 2 deep with 2 extra elements in column on each wing for easy expansion or in a third rank with the CinC as a reserve force along with any surviving Ps.
The Lh will take one wing and the Chariots the other. The Lh will carry out the usual flank protection and harassment duties. The chariots will attempt a flanking move and if prudent will dismount as Wb(S) per the list once pips become available after the main body goes impetuous.
Well, that's the plan anyway.