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Just finished a doubles tourney [700 each] last night with a Bret ally. Two wins and a draw, and really great fun - afterwards a lot of players were seriously re-assessing the Brets as a competitive army.
Hats off to Knights Errant: http://www.librarium-online.com/foru...ml#post1912139
“If you’re in the penalty area and don’t know what to do with the ball, put it in the net and we’ll discuss the options later.” – Bob Paisley
Brets have always been good in smaller games, especialy doubles where there lack of infantry can be balanced with an allys force. being able to field heavy cavalry in small games is a big advantage where most armies end up with maybe 1 fast unit in smaller games. It means brets can get across the field quicker to the enemy and are recieveing less damage as they do so than a larger game. The units they face are often smaller and weaker than in larger games whilst bret units tend to stay around the same size.
In bigger games however, Brets realy struggle without concerted effort, and tend to have only the one tactic of a full on charge.
You think in 1.25K -1.5K they still have competative power? as they perform better in small games/
Not meaning to revive an old thread - but, it obviously popped up as new and I had missed reading this!!
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