Instantly inflicts a great number of harm to the target.
Excitement (Passive Skill)
This commander’s troops have more defense.
Army Management (Passive Skill)
This commander’s troops are able to gather more quickly and with a greater load.
Courageous Fighter (Passive Skill)
The ability of the troops under this commander to deploy is enhanced.
A centurion was a type of professional officer in the Roman army that existed following the 107 BC Marian reforms. Although senior centurions either commanded cohorts or assumed top staff responsibilities in their legion, most centurions commanded groups of centuries consisting of approximately 80 legionaries. The Roman navy also included centurions. They are also referred to as kentarchs in the Byzantine Army. The vine staff, which served as their emblem, was used to punish even Roman citizens who were shielded from harsher punishment by the Porcian Laws. The requirements for centurions were being at least thirty years old, having contacts (recommendation letters), being literate (to be able to understand written commands), and having already spent a few years in the military.