Hospitaller Commanders & Mounted Sergeants

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I didn’t get time to take photos of these earlier (things have been a little crazy). But they were ready for the tournament a few weeks back so that is the most important thing. These are commanders, which are essentially just tokens in ADLG so they can be on almost any sized bases. I use 20mm discs.

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As well as the three options for individual commanders I have also painted one as an included commander. In ADLG some lists let you include your commander in a unit. This limits your play options, but it’s a bit cheaper. However it’s important you can identify which one is the commander and as things get a bit chaotic it can be all too easy to forget which one is which. I’ve used a cross bearer in a base of my Brother Knights to do this. The set I used, Legio Heroica’s Mounted Hospitallers command – Cappa Clausa (CRU-08), comes with 3 figures: the cross bearer, officer with sword and trumpeter. To make the 3rd commander I took the Brother Knight replaced on this base and put him on his own base.

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The more significant work was some Mounted Sergeants. These guys are less elite versions of the Brother Knights I painted quite a while back. The colours are the same as I’ve used throughout the Crusader project.

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I painted 6 bases of these and this gives me 10 bases of Hospitaller Knights which is q pretty decent sized body of Knights on an ADLG army.

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The colours are the same as I’ve used throughout this project, so nothing new there.

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