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I'm starting up a bretonnian army. I do love the men-at-arms models because they have that great hardened look to them, that the Empire army lacks. I was wondering if at all possible to have a pure men-at-arms army, it would include the field trebuchet, and bowmen, but basicly I was wondering if anyone has had success without using any of the great knights.
Also, if that doesnt work out I was thinking of having 30 bowmen (3 squads of 10), 48 (two 24 men blocks), and a bunch of knights
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Well since KOTR are 1+ you need to at least have one unit of them.
Peasant armies are probably good, obviously harder to use than an all knight army because they require a bit of strategy rather than just charging. I would go mostly peasant, but support them with a few units of knights.
Mounted Yeomen would be a good choice too, fast cavalry rock.
I agree.Mounted Yeomen would be a good choice too, fast cavalry rock.
Just remember peasants are not all that strong so make sure you get of the charge and try and out number your enemy cause your going to need all the help you can to get the combat res.
There was a white dwarf a couple of issues back that talked about a skaven cheese army. It had something like 10 units of 20. You could try something like that.