Recruit Field kit

Soldiers-in-Training are expected to maintain a field kit, just as their legionary counterparts. This field kit contains items which will help them survive if they’re separated from their fellow soldiers, lost in the wilderness, or befall any other sort of harm. Spare weapons and clothing, food and tinder are some of the examples of things kept in a field kit.

All field kits are held in a black homespun wool large sack.

Soldier Medic
1 sheet of vellum labeled with first and last name
1 spare weapon
3 pieces of deadwood
1 full ceramic lantern
3 torches
2 food rations
1 knife
1 waterskin full of cold fresh water
1 shovel or trowel
1 hunting horn (optional until after midterm)
1 pen
1 jar of ink
3 sheets of parchment
100 rolls of suture thread
1 vial of painkill salve
1 vial of blood tonic
1 lockpick
10 gold cents
1 sheet of vellum labeled with first and last name
1 full ceramic lantern
3 torches
2 food rations
1 knife
1 waterskin full of cold fresh water
1 homespun wool blanket
1 hunting horn (optional until after midterm)
1 pen
1 jar of ink
3 sheets of parchment
1 surgical needle
200 rolls of suture thread
50 bandages
3 vial of painkill salve
1 vial of blood tonic
1 vial of burn salve
2 vials of smelling salts
3 splints
10 vials of antiseptic
10 gold cents