Greek Firethrowers are a unit found only in Medieval II: Total War: Kingdoms, in use by the Byzantine Empire. They are similar to the vanilla M2TW Naffatun. To train them, the Byzantine player must hold the region of Constantinople.

Greek fire is one of the most terrifying weapons available in the Medieval World. The Byzantines first used it in naval battles, but soon found aplication for its use on land. Consisting of a small hand pump connected to a container, it is capable of burning even underwater and sticks to its target, while being almost impossible to put out.
Greek Firethrower


  • Soldiers: 20
  • Melee Attack: 9
  • Missile Attack: 18
  • Charge Bonus: 3
  • Weapon Type: Firearm
  • Total Defence: 12
  • Armor: 3
  • Defence Skill: 4
  • Shield: 5
  • Hit Points: 1
  • Recruitment Cost: Varies
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The thing about these flamethrowers is that the can burn knights as easily as peasants and they can be very useful in breaching castles and burning their way through fortified positions or simply destroying an enemy's cavalry or artillery component. They have a disadvantage though, as they are slow in moving and reloading.

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