Anybody know any other sources for hard data on the Reunification War (2578-2596)? Best I can find is the SLDF book.
This is what I know canon wise, please feel free to add any links/sources/etc I may have forgotten.
270 Regiments, organized into brigades of 3 regiments, divisions of 3 brigades, and corps of 3 brigades + support troops. Since only 8 corps are listed each corp must have around 33 regiments in total.
Over 500 capital warships, I guess that means many more smaller ones?
A DCMS Auxiliary (unknown size)
12 FWLM Auxiliary Regiments against MoC, another 6 against RWR.
3 LCAF Auxiliary Regiments
Taurian Concordat Front:
SLDF had 1/3/4/6 corps and a "Large" FS auxiliary (at least 20+ warships (which was 75% of total), which the TC took out in 2576 with a loss of only 3)
SLDF Forces included: 88th Light Horse Regiment (Elite), 45th Royal Battle Regiment (Has "Dog-Face" Company of Mechs), FSS Sword's Point, FSS Eagle's Eye
Unknown Taurian Forces
Outworlds Alliance Front:
OA had 120 light mechs, mostly armed agro-mechs (plus 3 elite regiments "Pitcairn Legion from FS)
SLDF 2nd/5th Corps and DCMS Auxiliary (at least a brigade, included Galedon Regulars, 4th Rasalhague Brigade)
Magistracy of Canopus Front:
SLDF 30+ regiments of 7th Corps, plus 12 FWLM Regiments
MoC had over 50 worlds, 17 mech regiments, 12 home guard regiments, and 2 fleets of small ships. They had no ability to repair any losses.
Rim Worlds Front:
SLDF had 18 regiments of regulars, 6 FWL regiments, and 3 Lyran Regiments (including Lyran 4th Royal Guard)
RWR had few mechs (at least 3 regiments on Apollo), but lots of vehicles. Forces included 8th Amaris Fusiliers, 4th Amaris Dragoons
Anybody have any obscure data on force names, ship names, force sizes, units present, leaders, etc, etc? Just a book/page reference is fine, but if you want to type it out that is fine too
Just doing a little project to see the feasibility of a board-and-counter strategic game, though 960 turns/weeks may seriously be pushing it as that is how long those battles took historically.