dForce Roman Cavalry for Genesis 8 Male and Daz Horse 2

dForce Roman Cavalry for Genesis 8 Male and Daz Horse 2

Continuing my ongoing series of Imperial Rome is the equipment of a Roman cavalryman. By the first century, the cavalry units attached to a legion were recruited from non-citizens, so this equipment aims to recreate a first century Gaulic mounted warrior. Cavalry in this era were still light/medium units typically armed with a sword, spear, and javelins and tasked with scouting, missle harrasement, and pursuit. In addition to the clothing and equipment of the cavalryman, a set of tack in the Roman pattern, saddle and bridle, is included for the Daz Horse 2. The Romans did not use stirrups, instead relying on a saddle design incorporating four 'horns' on the saddle for the rider to grip with the thighs.

Clothing and tack both use dForce for final fitting. It is recommended to have 'Start Bones from Memorized Position' set to 'on.' The rider should be placed in saddle after dForce simulation.

Horse equipment will be installed to the /Animals/Daz Horse 2/ folder when this package is unzipped to 'My Library.'


for Daz Horse 2:
Bridle (dForce enabled reins)
Roman pattern saddle
Complete tack (saddle and bridle together, with javelins pre-placed in their saddle scabbard)

for Genesis 8 Male:
Braccae (breeches, three colors- gray, gaulic plaid, and leather)
Tunic (white, blue, and green, morph for adjusting the hem to riding position)
Subarmalis (white, green)
Focale (white, blue, green)
Mail torso armor
Cavalry helmet
Closed toe caligae boots
Baldric for the spatha sword (with adjustments to postion the scabbard)
A wearable preset for one click equipping, with the spatha in and parented to its scabbard

Spatha (sword)
Oval cavalry shield
Hand parented versions of all of the above

hand poses for weapons and shields
lower body pose to fit in the saddle
upper body poses (two fighting poses, two poses for normal riding)

Daz Studio 4.10 + (required for dForce)

Compatible figures: Genesis 8 Male

Compatible figures: 
Accessories for Poser and Daz Studio