III / 68 Early Hungarian
A) Fourth period version
C1- CiC IKnO, 6 IKnO, 2 RKnS, 2 ICvO, 8 ILhF - 30ME
C2- SG IKnO, 8 ICvS, 2 ILhF - 24ME
C3- SG IKnO, 12 ILhS, 6 ILhF - 24ME
C4- 6 IBgF - 6ME
Stratagems (15AP): Concealed Command, Feigned Flight
The army is unusual, because it has two rigid groups of heavy cavalry that benefit from light horses support.
This means that the deployment is very important, and once the heavies are committed is very difficult to manouver them. The best way to use this army is to push hard on a flank with C3, to force the enemy to commit reserves or spend pip to manouver and protect the flank. Once the enemy is disordered, the heavy cavalry can attack. Echelon is a good tactic, because let use the feigned flight without exposing the other corps engaged.
The terrain selected should be as open as possible.