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Simply looking at the men at arms, I'm wondering since I'm not sure, are they something you want in your army, how many, how many in a unit, and why?
Taste the rainbow!
(Plz don't sue)
Personally ive never really liked big blocks of infantry (too many guys to paint), why do you think i play Bretonnia in the first place? However, many idiots really frown upon the all cavalry force, especially when deployed by bretonnia. So my advice is include in an army of less than 2000pts. either 1 big block of 25-30 M@A or alternatively a small block of grail religuae pilgrims. In battles of 2000pts or over id include both a block of 30 M@A and a grail religuae with pilgrims.
M@A can be quite good at a very cheap point cost with the ability to have either a spear or a halbierd. plus a potential 4+ armour save in cc if you use a handweapon. In big blocks they can be quite tough to kill. AND THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS THAT THEIR SB's DONT GIVE ANY VP TO YOUR ENEMY!!!! I also will occasionally employ smaller units of 10-15 to deal with things like small swarms and fanatics, or to hold a table quarter or something.