Bretonnian Archers – Horde Style

I wanted to do a couple of large units of Bretonnian archers for my Warhammer Fantasy army. Each of these units is forty figures strong. They are made up of 5th and 6th edition Games Workshop plastics ans some of the old 5th Edition ‘Squires’ figures as well as Front Rank Hundred Years War English longbowmen. I think that all the models work really well together and I have mixed them on bases all over the shop.  I based the front twenty models four to a 40x40mm base.  I probably should have done another rank on strip bases and left the back rank alone on individual bases.  The movement trays incorporate the stakes and chains that come with the current edition archer sets.  This is a non-legal GW army for one of their stores or sponsored tournaments given all the heretical figures I have used – but then again, who cares?

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8 thoughts on “Bretonnian Archers – Horde Style”

      1. Thank you so much. I may end up ordering some of those miniatures. Very good sculpts and give a great variety to the GW ones. Now if I could only find better looking Trebuchets. Guess well see what is in store with GW pulling things off the site.

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      2. No worries mate. Front Rank are a great company to deal with as well. I order from them fairly regularly over the last dozen years and never had had an issue. I have a Zvezda trebuchet that is quite good. I don’t know if you know the Round Table of Bretonnia http://www.roundtable-bretonnia.org/ but there are quite a few home made trebuchets on there in the gallery pages and thread topics on alternatives. Where are you located Chris?

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