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Hi, I've been playing High Elves for a while and just recently started Bretonnians. I just bought some Grail Knights to finish up an 1000 point army. Suggestions and comments are welcomed.
Paladin General @119pts
-Birthsword and Enchanted Shield
-Barded Warhorse and Heavy Armor
Paladin BSB @129pts
-Virtue of Duty
8 Knights of the Realm @192pts
-BSB goes here
8 Knights Errant @201pts
-Full Command w/ Errantry Banner
-General goes here
3 Pegasus Knights @165pts
5 Grail Knights @190pts
Strategy- Charge turn 2-3, whenever i'm positioned right. The Grail Knights run up a flank and the Pegs hunt for chars/war machines or just march block and smack in the rear of an enemy. In 1000 pts I really doubt that much will stand agaisnt the charge, but its up to the dice.
-My Warrior Priest will challenge your Chaos Lord
-OK, my Chaos lord will slaughter you
-My warrior priest with Van Hortsmen's Speculum will take his 7 Str 8 attacks. You die.
-Take your model off the table, he's dead
Thats a pretty good army,manueverable for betts,decent number considering the amount of cavalry you have,some good characters without serious wargear. The only problem would be enemy magic,but in 1k that shouldnt be ALL that much of a problem
I'm pretty new to Bretonnian too...so take this with a grain of salt..
If I were playing against this army I would shot the heck out of the PK and expose one flank right off the bat.
Depending on field conditions, of course, I would run an oblique front on you and take advantage of the weaker flank, if possible.
You might consider either a unit of bowmen or mounted yeomen to keep your weak flank honest.
Ka sara sara,