|Ňafomnānal pom urlīnalnuň, Urňafomnānal|
An ethnically Mahavic Urngafomnanal during the Otsuk War
|Role||Behind front lines manual labor, garrison, and supply train guarding|
|Disbanded||1890, following the 1890 Army Reforms|
Ňafomnānal pom urlīnalnuň or simply Urňafomnānal (Urngafomnanal) "The People's Regiments" were militia troops raised in Athsud during extreme times of war. Traditionally made up of unskilled peasant volunteers. Established in 17XX during the Athsudan unification, they were crucial in King X's success unifying the Eastern portion of the peninsula, guarding supply lines and building defensive works. During the Juhash-Athsudan War they saw similar use, along with the duties of garrisoning enemy towns and forts, and sometimes serving as numbers on the front lines. The last time they saw extensive use was during the Otsuk War, where they were in charge of securing and defeating resistance in captured Otsuki territory. Due to the harshness of the Otsuk war, and public disapproval of war in general, Urngafomnanal Regiments slowly became smaller and were eventually phased out by 1890. While there have been militia units created since then, none have used the name Urngafomnanal.