Well its time to share another approach to fantasy, the "refused flank". Basically this involves placing one unit "the sacrifice" on one flank and the majority of you armys power on the other. The idea being to hit the enemy flank and force him to waste a lot of time trying to bring his units to bear while you are breaking through his lines. This can be very effective because when done right the main power of you army fights a small portion of the enemy breaking each unit in turn.
Here is a basic view of the deployment. The Sacrifice unit needs to hold for a few turns once the combat starts so either a couple of cheap units like goblins or solid units that wont break like fanatics, but dont forget this unit is called a sacrifice for a reason, it will DIE.
Next along firepower. All your shooting should be aimed towards the flank your main push is aiming for, look out for thining units down. Think about enemy rank bonuses and outnumbering, the more damage you do to there combat resolution the quicker they will break and the more devastating the attack will be. Watch out for the sacrifice breaking to quickly if they do your firepower will pay the price. Small unbreakable units deployed to stop the enemy charging the firepower base can be useful, but watch your points you need a lot for the main push.
The main push. This should consist of 2/3rds of your army. Heavy cavalry on the extreme flank ready to run down the enemy flank and solid infintary units (or more cavalry if you like - bretonians) to support from the front. Overwhelming power is the key here comabat resolution and the ability to kill are very important. Thing about banners or items that can improve your combat resolution.
Fast cavalry doesnt really come in as useful in this approach. Flyers can be useful as march blockers to slow the enemy response but again think about points.
I hope you enjoy this tactica and any questions? Feel free to ask.
Here are the links to some other tactical approaches:
The pierce and pincer https://www.heresy-online.net/forums/...ad.php?t=12354
The hammer and anvil https://www.heresy-online.net/forums/...ad.php?t=11855
The legion (roman tactics by Son of Horus) https://www.heresy-online.net/forums/...ad.php?t=11599