This lack of adequate weaponry and armour makes the peasants quite vulnerable upon the field of battle but because there are so many of them, this weakness is not as noticeable as one might expect. Individually a better-trained and equipped enemy easily exploits a peasant’s weakness but the peasants do not often allow themselves to become separated from the pack and so they very rarely fight alone. Instead, they favour fighting in a loose rank formation when cutting down their foes so that their superior numbers can even the odds a little
In combat the peasants will swarm upon their enemies, poke and stab at them from every conceivable direction, searching for chinks and weak spots. This tactic works surprisingly well as even the most battle-hardened warrior will become confused and find it incredibly difficult to sufficiently defend against such a flurry of attacks.
Miniatures require assembly and painting. Painting materials are not included. Not suitable for children under 3 years due to small parts and pointed components