ariadnan artillery emplacements are not very modern and are primarily based around philosophies of saturation by fire as opposed to precision. however, a lack of high technology has its advantages. first of all, your artillery pieces are more resistant and durable, avoiding many problems of traction, humidity, etc. secondly, you can be undetectable electronically, as your electromagnetic emissions are very low or non-existent. and thirdly, everything (maintenance, spare parts, etc.) is cheaper. the ariadnan artillery regiments usually opt for pieces of medium caliber, multi-purpose and light, but with enough firepower to paralyze any enemy offensive by themselves. they have mobile units perfectly adapted to the dense ariadnan forests and rough mountains. the difficult ariadnan geography does not allow artillery units to rely on supply lines. with ammunition often limited in quantity, it is imperative that the most is made from the salvos available. to avoid running out of supplies in the middle of a campaign, the unarmed versions of the traktor mul have become the equipment and material transport units for ariadnan advanced forces. thanks to the great mobility of these machines, ariadnan soldiers can always count on an extra quantity of supplies wherever they are. and they can also count on devastating fire support.