Bretonnian Lord

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Duke Bohemond Beastslayer, a powerful Bretonnian Lord.[1]
"The bravest of the brave, the noble Lords of Bretonnia will fight for the Lady until the bitter, bloody end."

Bretonnian Lords are the elite warrior-generals of Bretonnia, made up of the wealthiest and most powerful of nobles.


The Kingdom of Bretonnia is divided into fourteen great Dukedoms. Each of the Dukedoms greatest nobles, command an army of Knights, supported by the Squires, Men-at-Arms and Bowmen drawn from the ranks of the commoners. Many are particularly deadly Knights of the Realm, some are also mighty Grail Knights, or former Paladins, such as Bohemond Beastslayer and the historical Repanse de Lyonesse, and hold prestigious ranks such as Duke or Baron. Proud and powerful warriors all, whatever their knightly caste, they are essentially even deadlier and better equipped than their other comrades, a perk of being the wealthiest, greatest and most influential of Bretonnia's nobility.

Unlike the lords of other armies, Bretonnian Lords have to be on horseback as it is unseemly for the leader of an army to be down with the lower classes, fighting on foot only in the most dire circumstances. In battle it is these mighty heroes who lead the knights from the front, inspirational leaders that take the fight to the very heart of the enemy. Many of them follow one of the Paths of Virtue, the fighting styles and traits passed down by the Grail Companions, they are both masterful warriors and noble leaders. They can sustain wounds cthat would kill a lesser man, and kill many foes with one sweep of a sword or thrust of a lance. Indeed the Lords of Bretonnia will truly live on forever, for tales of their great deeds will be recounted long after they have passed from the world.

Famous Bretonnian Lords

  • Baron Lucus of Brilloinne, hero of Bretonnia who founded a famous Grail Chapel within his mighty castle.



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 - Florin d'Artaud - Folcard - Folgar - Francois le Noir - Fredemund - Galand - Galeron & Joinville - Gaston de Beau Geste - Geg - 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 - Katerina de Hansebourg - 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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