So, with the DLC and old world update it seems we are all quite hyped. One of the new features is the empire's regional units, that seem cool and adds flavor to your armies. However, I also saw people clamoring for more specific regional units, aswell as more specific knightly orders. One post I saw even said that each empire province should be able to field a distinct army for that province.
This got me thinking, is this something we want for more races? And is it really reasonable to expect? Aside from the high elves, who have kingdom-specific units built into their core kit, no other race has much of anything in regional representation. Still, all the settled races are divided into regions with their own personalities, be it the Bretonnian duchies, the Dwarf great holds or the Dark elves' six great cities. None of these have any representation beyond a few RoR aswell as landmarks buffing certain units tied to the region.
Now, I understand that the empire is one of the most popular and iconic races. I also understand that they have been in a bad place for a long time, something that hopefully (and seemingly to me) will change with this update. Despite this, I still find it slightly unreasonable to expect the 10+ different knight options made out from two TT units, that aside from the KotWW are mostly more varieties of knights with lances.
Now, I'm all for more content, but is this what we want CA to spend time on? Regional units for all races? If only for the empire, then why? Share your thoughts!