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Bretonnia 1000 auxilary list 
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So I have this small Bretonnia army of my sister which my father once bought when we were (father, brother and me) all in the hobby 10 years ago (and she liked horses). Ofcourse she never did something with it, so I aim to make use of it, I always liked the artwork and fluff of the Bretonnians + have the army book, and now fluffwise it also makes sense for my Har Ganeth force to be reinforced by a small Bretonnian host as they march towards Malekith in Athel Loren from their last campaign in Bretonnia. I have all the models except the trebuchet, as certain dark elf units will be used.

1000 points

Characters (276)
1 BSB Paladin on pegasus, lance, shield (116)
1 LVL 2 Damsel of the Lady, warhorse (sorceress on dark steed) (115)
- 45 points of magic items or vows left

Core (255)
5 knights of the realm (125)
10 peasant yeomen, musician (65)
10 peasant yeomen, musician (65)

Special (227)
5 questing knights (executioners on cold ones) (140)
5 mounted yeomen, musician, shields (dark riders) (87)

Rare (242)
4 grail knights (152)
1 trebuchet (90)

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Wed Feb 11, 2015 2:48 pm
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Well to start with I would give the Damself the 4+ Ward save talisman, and bard her warhose if allowed, to give her a basic armour save. At 1000 pts I would also consider taking a 20-25 strong unit of Men-at-Arms in your Core and replacing the Realm Knights(or are Realm Knights compulsory?!)....




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Sun Mar 08, 2015 1:35 am
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One big unit of peasants is better than two small ones. I am assuming you mean men@arms instead peasant yeomen. Or do you mean archers?

Mon Apr 13, 2015 9:52 pm
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