Brelish Cavalry

Brelish cavalry is organized into lances, squadrons, and regiments.
A captain, normally a 2nd-level knight or fighter, commands a squadron of three lances (the term for Brelish cavalry platoons). A cavalry regiment groups six squadrons and is led by a major, a 5th level knight or fighter.
Beyond the regiment level, cavalry is incorporated into legions with infantry, typically with a single cavalry regiment combined with one or two regiments of foot or archers.

EL 8: Cavalry lances, consisting of either a quartet of mounted corporals or a trio of heavy chargers, are commanded by a captain.
Captain: human knight 2 or fighter 2.
Corporals (3 or 4): human knight 1 or fi ghter 1.
Light Warhorses (5): MM 274 or
Heavy Chargers (4): MM 274.

EL 10: Cavalry squadrons, consisting of either fifteen mounted light soldiers or twelve heavy chargers, are commanded by a major.
Major: human knight 4 or fi ghter 4.
Captains (2): human knight 2 or fighter 2.
Corporals (9 or 12): human knight 1 or fighter 1.
Light Warhorses (15): MM 274 or
Heavy Chargers (12): MM 274.

Source: The Forge of War (Armies of Breland)

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