regiment is a unit (a Legion in the classical Imperial Rome); it's a military designation that indicates at which level the head quarter of an army moves around troops. You can't have a HQ of an army composed of 10.000 fighting men saying: that squad (10 men frex) goes there, that other squad does that thing. You have the HQ moving regiments/units on the board of his army theatre of action.
A regiment at full strength could well encompass several thousand men, and a severely weakened regiment could indicate a hundred survivors or so. Averagely (and for simplicity's sake) a regiment is composed of 500 to 1000 fighters, usually and IMO.
> Yes, please!
> The titles are colour.
> "Takes orders from..."
> "Gives orders to..."
> "Commands a total of X troops"
> That's meaningful.
> Saying a title means the same as some other title
> we've never heard of either doesn't help.
I hope the above helps.
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