Knights of the Realm make up the bulk of Bretonnia’s nobility and its armed might, and command great respect for both their high station and the deeds they performed to attain it. Knights Errant, however, are the youthful sons and daughters of Bretonnian nobles, bold young warriors who seek any opportunity to earn their spurs under the chivalric code. Heavily armoured, mounted on fine warhorses, and assembled into an unstoppable lance formation, a charge of Bretonnian Knights has the power to shatter enemy hordes like kindling under a woodsman's axe.

This multipart plastic kit builds 12 mounted Knights of the Realm or Knights Errant, bold heavy cavalry from the Kingdom of Bretonnia. Each Knight is a noble warrior, carrying a lance with a sheathed sword at their belt. They're protected in battle by heavy armour and shields, and their warhorses are similarly clad in flowing barding. This kit provides all the command upgrades you'll need – musicians, standard bearers, and champions – whether you choose to field your Knights as a lance of 12 models or two units of six.

You'll find a variety of helmeted heads, which are topped by heraldic devices befitting Knights of the Realm, such as dragons, unicorns, and antlers, or decorated by streaming ribbons and other tokens of favour for Knights Errant. The kit also offers bare heads, lance poses, knightly adornments, and horse heads, to really personalise your Bretonnian Knights. Note that the horse heads provided in this kit are a random selection, and may differ from those pictured.

This kit contains 180 plastic components, 12x Citadel 30x60mm Rectangular Bases, and a Bretonnian Transfer Sheet containing 176 high-quality waterslide transfers.

These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Colour paints.

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