|Unit Name||Models in Unit||Point Value|
|Composite Bow; Skirmish|
|2 units each 12 Peltasts||12||192|
|Thrusting Spear; Javelin; Shield; Light Troops; Skirmish|
|2 units each 5 Skirmishers||5||40|
|3 units each 24 Hoplites||24||894|
|Leader; Musician; Thrusting Spear; Light Armor; Large Shield; Phalanx|
|3 units each 8 Skirmishers||8||96|
|6 Greek Heavy Cavalry||6||118|
|Leader; Musician; Thrusting Spear; Heavy Armor|
|General and bodyguard||12||522|
|Spartan General; Drilled; Stubborn; Thrusting Spear; Heavy Armor; Large Shield; Army General with 11 Spartans bodyguard Leader; Musician; Thrusting Spear; Heavy Armor; Large Shield; Sacred Band; Drilled; Phalanx; Stubborn|
The Greeks fought mainly amongst themselves but also had to resist Gallic and Persian invasions. Indeed the Greeks did so well against the Persians that they became much in demand as mecenaries (the Persian empire being very wealthy) and fought in Persian armies against Alexander the Great, when he invaded Persia.
A tough army whose main strength is the phalanx but is also limited, as this phalanx can only charge straight ahead. The Spartans are one of the strongest infantry units in the entire game. If you like you could imagine the Spartan Sacred Band, as a Kings (the Spartans had two Kings at the same time) bodyguard, ready to die to the last man.