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* '''Infantry Swarm''': Basically, with the use of [[Richard the Lionheart]] and [[Hermann von Salza]], foot units can become an unstoppable swarm. Use [[Battering Ram]] to destroy walls, [[Trebuchet|Trebuchets]] to take out walls and keep, [[Infantry]] to tank for the army, [[Archer|Archers]] and [[Raider|Raiders]] to raid, [[Crossbowman|Crossbowmen]] or [[Grenadier|Grenadiers]] to take out defenses, and [[Ladder Invader|Ladder Invaders]] to take out emplacements.
 
* '''Infantry Swarm''': Basically, with the use of [[Richard the Lionheart]] and [[Hermann von Salza]], foot units can become an unstoppable swarm. Use [[Battering Ram]] to destroy walls, [[Trebuchet|Trebuchets]] to take out walls and keep, [[Infantry]] to tank for the army, [[Archer|Archers]] and [[Raider|Raiders]] to raid, [[Crossbowman|Crossbowmen]] or [[Grenadier|Grenadiers]] to take out defenses, and [[Ladder Invader|Ladder Invaders]] to take out emplacements.
 
* '''Belisarius and Edward''': [[Belisarius]] can take out walls, and [[Edward the Black Prince]] can take out low-level keeps very quickly. Very quick, very trolly, but very risky (if Edward dies or Belisarius dies, then the strategy is ruined).
 
* '''Belisarius and Edward''': [[Belisarius]] can take out walls, and [[Edward the Black Prince]] can take out low-level keeps very quickly. Very quick, very trolly, but very risky (if Edward dies or Belisarius dies, then the strategy is ruined).
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