The Half-Elven Defenders are a highly trained army of Half-elves. Half-elves are surprisingly populous, due to the long-standing alliance between humans and elves. Dressed in flamboyant colors, this force uses unusual tactics and soldiers to prevail.
About this creation
A standard infantryman has a steel breastplate and orange cloth covering chainmail limb armor. Large, showy helmets with giant crests are thick and protective. Weilding a flail and small shield, these troops are trained as individuals instead of in formations. This makes each soldier a very good fighter.
Elite flail-bearers have similar armor, but a huge round shield. Much of the armor is based off of their human and elven cousins.
The chest armor allows more movement than a standard soldier's. Many of the elite flail-bearers have partially grown beards. This is because the best troops have been out in the rest of the world instead of the city, and it is easier to shave and disguise as an elf than try to hide the skin tone and act as a human. The army was told to grow out their beards and prove their difference to the world.
As cavalry, the Half-elf army uses war chariots. These were originally elegant peace chariots and built in a fancy design, but were later stripped down, modified, and sent to war.
The pikes beside the horse in the front are not always sufficient, so a warrior, preferably and elite flail-bearer, is sent to stand in the back and fight.
This veiw of the chariot should show the finery and the weapons on the chariot. It is a deadly form of cavalry that can move very fast.
The half-elven general, Kar-jan, leads his troops with confidence, intimidating and new tactics, and his deadly barbed sword. He has extravagant yet formidable armor and a cool helmet (pretty cool/new/weird design, right?).
Here is Kar-jan's back veiw, again showing his sword and the back of his helmet. He also has a small orange cape-like thingy because he needed more orange to fit in with the rest of the guys.
This last veiw shows the chariot owning human spearmen. Spearmen are still awesome, but maybe they were taken from behind or something? But, anyway, chariots own. And also, the half-elves sided with the goblins and dwarves in secret. They'd had enough of discrimination from their cousins, and will fight for revenge.
Quoting Mister Fang
Looks good! Is the half-elf idea your own or is from a story? At any rate, it looks great!
All of this fantasy thing is my idea, which will hopefully broaden with my new warship (foreshadowing). Idealy the chariot would have longer pikes and scythed wheels, but I only thought of that after I posted this.
Don't ask me why I am looking at all your elf stuff. I never thought of that helmet style for the barbed sword commander who I already forgot his name due to reading it and then starting to type this comment that got me distracted enough that I already forgot the name and if you have read this far then stop reading because soon it will end in gibberish far too complicated for even me to understand so please if you have read this far just stop... (Continued on the next comment)