Qin Chinese

band of nutters and has chariots, what's not to love.

Banners are all black as the Qin adopted it as their primary colour. Larger banners are based on a throw away comment in Ancient Chinese armies 1500-200 BC published by Osprey where it states that armies were grouped into bodies under flags representing the elements. Probably should be brightly coloured but I liked the all black theme.

A smidge over 10K

Generals

1st rank, Imperial guard flanked by Elite fighters.

2nd rank, Infantry Conscript close fighters.

3rd rank, infantry crossbows and levies.

The Emperor as baggage,

pavilion and tents from Baueda

Generals
Generals, Emperor to the front
Chariots
Regular cavalry
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Hu Mercenary light horse
Levies
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Crossbowmen

(only just as I've downgraded them as far as I can and used them as filler)

 

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Markers
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Conscript close fighters unit 1
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Conscript close fighters unit 2
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Conscript close fighters unit 3
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Imperial Guard
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Elite Fighters unit 1
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Elite Fighters unit 2
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