This section contains pdf's of army lists free to download. Lists are divided into subpages by period. Army lists are constantly added and reviewed, so check back here regularly for updates. Scroll further down the page for the period categories. The latest new lists that have been added are:
Added to the Chariot section: Early and Middle Libyan, Hyksos, Middle and Old Kingdom Egyptian. May 13th, 2013.
Inca added (American section) March 22nd, 2013
HYW French and English updated March 22nd, 2013.
Burmese (Medieval) and Hittite Old Kingdom (Chariot) added March 18th, 2013.
Hundred Years' War English and French (Medieval) added January 24th, 2013.
Ancient Iberian Spanish (Early Classical), Early Mycenaean/Minoan (Chariot), Trojan (Chariot) and Conquistadors (American) added December 24th, 2012.
Later Achaean/Mycenaean (Chariot) updated December 24th, 2012.
There are 89 army lists currently on the website. An additional 5 in the CoE rule book, 34 (including variants) in Rise and Fall of Persia, 34 (including variants) in Age of Ravens and 44 in Kingdom of Heaven (inc. variants) brings the total of published army lists available for players to 193 (12 of the lists on the website are also represented in source books) quality army lists (not direct copies of other game systems like some other wargames pass off).
Please view the "Using the army lists" file for details of how to construct the army lists which are contained in the CoE Army Lists section.
Also, use the CoE Army Roster excel file which calculates points values, army rating and break point once you input your army list. We have found this invaluable as we often forgot to do this in our anticipation of starting the game.
Using the Army Lists Army Roster
Follow the link in the title for army lists covering the Americas.
Follow the link in the title for army lists covering the Chariot era.
Follow the link in the title for army lists covering the Early Medieval period.
Follow the link in the title for army lists covering the Early/Republican Roman, Classical Greek and Imperial Roman period.
Follow the link in the title for army lists covering the Middle and Late Imperial Roman periods.
Follow the link in the title for army lists covering the Later Medieval period.