|This guy is bad ass!|
...the Grail Reliquae is really the center to my interest as a previous post discusses but this Brettonian Lord model is just killer. I love the look of him and his pose and the huge axe he's tooling around with. So, if you throw in...
|I stole this from here. Guy's army is looking good, great grail knights!|
...you get a full-ish army. I have 20 bare plastic of the classic bowmen I got in trade and I was gonna make them into five stands of shooters for Hordes of the Things but have decided to hold on to them to put them into this army. The army list looks like this right now...
- Brettonian Lord on warhorse with heavy armor, great weapon, virtue of knightly temper adn sirienne's locket.
- paladin on royal pegasus with heavy armor, enchanted shield, sword, lance and virtue of heroism.
- 8 knights of the realm with the banner of chalons
- 20 men-at-arms
- 16 peasant bowmen skirmishers upgraded with light armor
- 20 peasant bowmen with defensive stakes and braziers
- Grail reliquae with 18 pilgrims.
The strategy would clearly revolve around a good charge with the general leading the knights and the archers doing sufficient damage to warrant victory. Both of which would be unlikely against an experienced opponent. The knights would be subject to an absurd amount of fire power and magic power while the archers would fall pray to the enemy cavalry. Oh well, I wouldn't be playing to win with this army I'd be playing to play the Grail Reliquae which would proudly march down the center to engage the enemy!
Ah, to dream.