Here is the Macedonian Army of King Philip, Alexander on his horse leading the cavalry. A bit light weight in my opinion after putting them up against the 'Hoplite heavy' Athenians. This is one army that has a 'special' option, by choosing 'Alexander' you are allowed a cohesion re-roll for the Cavalry unit he leads.
3.2 Macedonians of Philip and Alexander 356-331 BC
Hetairoi 1xCP2* VBU=6, I=3, VD=3
Greek or Thessalian cavalry 1xCM VBU=5, I=2, VD=2
Thracian light cavalry 1xCL VBU=4, I=1, VD=2, Javelin
Pezetairoi 4xFP* VBU=4, I=1, VD=2, Pike
Greek allied hoplites 1xFP VBU=4, I=2, VD=2, Long spear
Greek allied peltasts 1xFL VBU=4, I=1, VD=2, Javelin
Thracian or Illyrian javelinmen 1xS VBU=2, I=0, VD=1, Javelin
Macedonian archers 1xS VBU=2, I=0, VD=1, Short bow B
1st option: change 1 CL and 1 Hoplite FP or 1 FL and 1 Hoplite FP with Hypaspists 1xFP* VBU=5, I=2, VD=3, Pike/L. spear Agrianian javelinmen 1xS VBU=3, I=0, VD=1, Javelin.
2nd option: change 1 Pezetairoi with Greek or Thessalian cavalry 1xCM VBU=5, I=2, VD=2
OR with Prodromoi 1xCL VBU=4, I=3, VD=2 and 1 initiative reroll.
3rd option: change 1 CM with Alexander
Special Rule: Alexander. If Alexander is deployed the Unit that includes him can re-roll the “6” on Cohesion Test (once per test). Alexander must be with the Hetairoi Unit.
4th option: Change 1 S with 2 initiative rerolls FP can form Large Units. Hyspaspists can be the front frank of a Large Unit if with Pike, otherwise count them as Spearmen
|light Cavalry, Skirmishers, Pike & Cavalry.|
|Hoplites, Peltasts, Skirmishers & Cavalry|
|Light Cavalry (mainly Essex minis)|
|Alexander leading the Cavalry (mainly Xyston)|
|Sturdy Allied Hoplites|
|MACEDON! MACEDON! The fearsome Phalanx.....|