A commander is the head of your army. They are responsible for leading and directing the entire team’s effort in winning the scenario. As a commander, you need to know what is going on at all times and be prepared to give clear orders to your teammates. A commander should be tactical and open minded. Able to change and make decisions quickly. They are also the key to good team morale and should always be supportive and positive with those they are leading.
The Linesmen will make up the bulk of your army. They are the front line soldiers who must work together against another line of fencers. They should have excellent communication and be team players. They will be directed by the Commander.
A Cavalry Unit is a small team of fencers, usually between 3-5, who are designed to be a roaming unit. They have no one specific place on the battlefield, but will always be in motion under the direction of the Commander. They are useful to reinforce a weakening line or can add a temporary advantage by adding their numbers to another part of your army. They are also used to accomplish specific objectives in a scenario or taking out key opponents.
A Harrier is typically an individual unit in your army. They are tasked with threatening, distracting, and create havoc for the opposing team. They get behind enemy lines and draw opposing fencers away from your main force. They should be tactical and capable of surviving on their own.