Ok...first off, let me start by saying that I know the entire concept of this list is a trap and I am perfectly willing to trap myself. Just about all of my Harby lists are very jack heavy and i wanted to try an infantry spam list with her for fun. That being said, I still want the list to be as competitive as possible - I don't want to just hand the game to my opponent.
So, the concept of the list is to have a large number of weapon masters that can not die due to their own rules and due to martyrdom. Here is what I am thinking:
Bastions (full) 8
Knights exemplar 5
Knights exemplar senechal 3
TFG (full) 6
The basic concept is to let a few of the TFG die each turn to fuel the reclaimer and/or heal the KE senny. The bastions will spread out the damage when they can. If they take massive damage, martyr instead of spreading it. Vilmon and Pallies in whatever stance makes them hardest to kill, martrying them when needed. KE senny being martyred when it looks like he won't heal that turn. Reclaimer being martyred nearly every time. Devout is there to shield guard (yes, I know the rules with this, but he should still be able to take a shot now and again), and spell warding if there is spell threat. Harby will heal up all of her damage each turn so she can continue to martyr, until it looks like my opponent has her in range to do good amounts of damage - that's when I start letting things die. KE senny will try and chain attack:smite heavies whenever possible. Reclaimer can kill solos and put a serious hurting on single wound models with soulstorm. Eiyrss is there is to disrupt something every turn if possible, minimizing my opponents damage output (hopefully). Her main target will always be the caster. Second target will be whatever the senny smited. Wracks are there because I had 1 extra point.
If I can free up 1 point I will drop the wracks for heirophant to help with the healing.
I know the matrying is totally a trap, but I wanted to see how much I could do and still win some games. Give me your thoughts. Thanks in advance.