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'''Men-at-arms''' are the common footsoldiers of [[Bretonnia]]. They recruited from the finest peasants in the particular noble's domain to patrol his lands and protect his castle. When recruited, they are given a shield with a noble's heraldry on it, but must provide weapons (typically polearms) and armour themselves. Because they hardly receive any training, they are  substandard troops, inferior to the [[Empire]] [[State Troops]] and barely above [[Goblin]]s. They know this and are unwilling to fight, the presence of their lord often the only factor keeping them in combat, rather than fleeing back from where they came from. Not that any nobles would care, though: they never had any big plans for them in the first place.{{Fn|1}}
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==Sources==
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*{{Endn|1}}: [http://www.games-workshop.com/gws/catalog/productDetail.jsp?catId=cat440037a&prodId=prod780921 GW Website Men-at-Arms]
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{{Bretonnia}}

Latest revision as of 21:58, 27 December 2020

Men-at-Arms

Men-at-arms are the common footsoldiers of Bretonnia. They recruited from the finest peasants in the particular noble's domain to patrol his lands and protect his castle. When recruited, they are given a shield with a noble's heraldry on it, but must provide weapons (typically polearms) and armour themselves. Because they hardly receive any training, they are substandard troops, inferior to the Empire State Troops and barely above Goblins. They know this and are unwilling to fight, the presence of their lord often the only factor keeping them in combat, rather than fleeing back from where they came from. Not that any nobles would care, though: they never had any big plans for them in the first place.[1]

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Bretonnia
Units Battle Pilgrim - Bretonnian Lord - Foot Squire - Grail Damsel - Grail Knight - Grail Reliquae - Knight Errant - Knights of the Realm - Men-at-Arms - Paladin - Peasant Bowmen - Pegasus Knight - Questing Knight - Trebuchet
Characters Adalhard - Agilgar - Agravain de Beau Quest - Alberic - Aloys de Montjoie - Amalric of Gaudaron - Armand d'Aquitaine - Balderin Beastslayer - Balduin - Bagrian - Beren - Bohemond Beastslayer - Bruno Malvoisin - Calard of Garamont - Carleond - Cassyon - Chilfroy - Corduin - Corentin - Eleanor de Quenelles - Escargot - Fastric Ghoulslayer - Folcard -Folgar - Francois le Noir - Fredemund - Galand - Galeron & Joinville - Gaston de Beau Geste - Genevieve Dieudonné - Gilles le Breton - Gilon - Gui le Gros - Guillaume (king) - Guillaume de Grenouille - Gundehar - Hagen - Henri le Massif - Hermit Knight of Malmont - Huebald - Iselda - Jasperre le Beau - Jaques de Beaumarchais - Jerrod - Jonquille de Brionne - Jules le Jongleur - Laudethaire - Knight of the Perilous Lance - Lambard - Landuin - Laroche - Laudethaire - Leofric Carrard - Louen Leoncoeur - Louis the Righteous - Louis Rochelle - Lucus - Maldred of Mousillon - Mallobaude - Maraulf - Marcus - Marianna Chevaux - Martrud - Merovech - Morgiana le Fay - Odo d'Outremer - Panteleon - Phillipe d'Artaud - Pitre Fonce - Rademund - Red Duke - Reolus - Repanse de Lyonesse - Reynard le Chasseur - Roland le Marechal - Sir Dagobert - Sir DuClaw - Sir Richemont - Suliman le Saracen - Tancred I - Tancred II - Taubert - Theodoric - Theudric - Thierulf - Tristan de la Tour - Tristan le Troubadour - Viscount d’Alembençon
Dukedoms Aquitaine - Aquitaine - Artois - Bastonne - Bordeleaux - Brionne - Carcassonne - Gisoreux - L'Anguille - Lyonesse - Montfort - Mousillon - Parravon - Queneles
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