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Neil, the Dragon itself is a Rare choice. It's balanced out by being a Weaker Monstrous Creature than say a Shaggoth, or Giant. I've noticed I've made a mistake, and it should be 350 points. You also have no control over it, other than which of several units to charge, but charge it must. It lacks the Flexibility that a Dragon/Gryphon Riding Lord (which only a Tzar/Tzarina can ride), and you give up the powers of a Droyaska, and the skills of a March Boyar, not to mention about anywhere up to 1100-1200 points.
Also, it's not 0-1, but the other rares have their own reasons for being taken.
Cheap troops aren't being taken - the only units you can count as Core are Kossars and Winged Lancers. The rest don't count as Minimum. Kossars and Winged Lancers are looking at 10pts and 21points respective.
The Kossars are the collective name for the trained foot warriors of the Tzarina's City Guard. They are trained and equipped at their own expense, there is no conscription, as there is in the Empire.
Each Kossar hence is a highly motivated warrior, and the Kossar Regiments are typically made up of friends joining together. The Cities and Stanitsa's are never found wanting from this hardened Cadre of veterans.
The one thing that sets them apart from the Empire State Troops, is that they aren't full time soldiers. They have more of a cause to defend their livelihood from the Marauding Hordes, and it is only during the Spring and Summer when the Kossar's are gathered en-masse in Kislev, Erengrad and Praag. During the Autumn and Winter, they are gathering the harvest, and sowing the ground for the next year.
Due to their nature as farmers, hunters, and lumberjacks, they are known for their use of Large Woodcutting Axes, and bows. The axes are badly balanced, and although
TIme is gone, not managed to finish, will be done tomorrow ;)
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