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was curious it mentions in vc book that vlad led an army with mixed undead and peasant conscripts
has anyone made some peasants to include in their vc army? ( conversion)
are there any published rules for peasants or living subjects to serve in vamp army?
You could use zombies as peasants, since they are the recently dead. Otherwise Dogs of War would work if you really wanted them.
The old Sylvanian list (Storm of Chaos) was meant to be peasants, but I think they were still dead peasants since they followed the undead rules. Nothing else official besides that.
Either use Zombies for peasant mobs or skeletons for trained militia. Fear and Undead rules etc just represent the power VC have over their followers and the fact that a large portion of the army will be the walking dead. As living peasants fall to th ground dead from missile fire they are re-animated.....
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Also, the Brettonian Army has a unit of peasants, although i don't know if they are sold in blisters or units. However, they'd have to fielded with the zombie rules, like Q sez. DoW are also a possibility, although almost no one uses them. I took a cannon, though.
Peasants were part of teh variant Von Carstein army from the 6th edition book, as the Von Carsteins (apart from Konrad) tended to look after their villeins like a faremer who was waiting for a nice steak from his prize bull...
To all intents and purposes, the Von carsteins are the equivalent of Elector Counts, and Sylvania is essentially within the borders of in the Empire (which has since been claimed by Stirland). The human populace of the region are still commanded by their count, and may still amrch to war, perhaps even willingly (because who wouldn't want to fight on the same side as undead creatures, vs. fighting against them!)
And Empire models- the only codpiece I've ever liked was Love Machine's in Dusk 'till Dawn.
And then only a little.
I have a load of old plastic bretonnian peasant type models --- whether or not I can use them in a game, I can still paint them to go with my vampire counts!