Saga – My Norman Army

Given that Dave Luff and I are meant to be helping to umpire games of Saga at the Joy of Six show in a few weeks, we thought it would be useful if we played a few games beforehand (as we haven’t played for about 3 years or so!).

The game was nothing to write home about, as we were just re-learning the basic rules. However, I realised that these models had probably never been featured on the blog, so I thought I’d post some pictures. The Warlord and all the foot troops are from Crusader Miniatures. The mounted knights are Conquest Games plastics

The army consists of:

  • 1 Warlord
  • William the Bastard – ‘Hero of the Dark Age’
  • 3 units of Knights
  • 1 unit of Serjeants with Crossbows
  • 1 unit of Serjeants with Bows
  • 2 Units of Peasant Levy with Bows

After looking at and playing with my Normans I realised that:

  • I need to revisit the painting on the Knights. The models (especially the horses) are pretty basically painted (if I remember, I was rushing to finish them for a competition, and I don’t think I’ve really played with them since!) They are OK from three feet away, but not good close up!
  • Bow armed troops are not great against Vikings due some of their abilities, so I need to get some Mounted Serjeants (Luckily, I have a couple of boxes which were going to double as Bretons) – This may also explain the unit of Flemish Mercenaries that are sat on my shelf, waiting to be painted…

Bow armed Serjeants, for use with William the Bastard


Crossbow armed Serjeants


Two units of bow armed Peasants


Three units of Knights





Warlord and William the Bastard

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