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I came up with a slightly different idea for the Bretonnian army I am building last night.
It uses the Green knight as the Lord, and a paladin as the general. The green knight looks like he could give most armies a really hard time. Not much can hurt him.
The thing is he would have to used in conjuction with other units. He could be awesome though. My main concern is the army seems to lack numbers.
Do you think it could work? Any improvements you can suggest?
Lord: The green knight
Paladin(BS+horse+V of duty+sword of might=124
Paladin+horse+V of knightly temper+enchan shield+lance=128 (General)
8 K of R+m+sb+war ban=241
8 K errant+m+sb+err ban=201
5 K errant+m=107
3 Pegasus K+m=175
5 mounted yeomen+m=82
6 Grail K+m+sb=258
The Green Knight is an amazing special character, probably one of the best given his cheap cost.
Id say drop a scroll from the Damsel in favour of the +1Dispel Dice Chalice. 1 dice per turn is better than 1 scroll per game generally.
Im not the Biggest fan of the Trebuchet. Its great S is nice, but compared to other warmachines it just seems to lack a certain something.
Drop the Realm Knight unit to 7, and then you can add the BSB and damsel in there to make use of her MagRes.
Loose 1 from the Grail Knight unit, and give your General the Grail Vow, putting him in that unit instead. (One Rank, dont Lance them)
Thanks for the good ideas. Will have a fiddle and see how it comes out.