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BSB; Virtue of Duty; Barded Warhorse
Damsel; Lv. 2; Warhorse; Mane of the Purebreed
Damsel; Lv. 2
Damsel; Lv. 2
7 Knights of the Realm; FC; Warbanner
3 Pegasus Knights
12 Bowmen; Stakes
How much magic is enough to be dominant in 1000 points? Should I drop some levels or a whole damsel?
I will go with lore of beast more often, because I love putting the bears anger on the damsel, also the hunters spear is very good. If there is a lot of terrain, lore of life would be good as well.
I think it's a very fun idea so definately go for it! I will try it out sometime as well. (when I got the models) it won't be as "good" as another list without so much magic but it will be much more fun (for a couple times )
And I gotta say, lore of Beasts can really hurt if you mess with the enemy's chariots and cavalry.
A Tau Ethereal was thought to have been killed today by a Bloodthirster. However, many Tau were seen fleeing the scene and are considered suspects.
Well, its definately a new look for a small Bretonnian army. Personally I'd drop one of the damsels as I'm not a big fan of having to use one as my general. I'd stick another Paladin in her place.
For a magic heavy Bret list, I think its harder to do personally until atleast 2000 points when you can get a Prophetess with the Lore of Heavens. Beasts and Life are good supporting Lores, but will be tough to give you that extra punch that your list currently lacks with your current build.
If your looking for a different list that will be fun to play, this looks great. If your going for a more competitive list with magic, I think you need to do some tweaking still.