With this many bodies at my disposal, an objective game is the obvious play, and this deck has been built with that in mind...
Apart from the obvious 1-5 and grabbing several more objectives than I can be smashed off (hopefully) I also score points from bringing my fighters back (fairly inevitable) moving a lot, splitting up, and scoring other objectives. I also have a couple bonus points for keeping a selected person alive at the end, and for having someone on an objective. These can go on anyone so great potential flexibility if an enemy warband gets in close and I break someone past them to go hide deep in their deployment zone.
I have a couple of improvements for the commander to keep him ticking and moving others, I also have heroslayer (normally such a poor attack is a big drop for people throwing 3 dice looking for smash, but for petitioners this weapon is about as likely to hit as the broken bottle they are carrying, and does a lot more damage for it. And certainly makes people more wary about mere skeletons...
The light armour is one I like to put on the harvester, with a couple other upgrades I can really up his mobility and have him become a whirling dervish.
Naturally in such a slow warband, I also have several movement upgrades. And for a warband that wants to keep it's slow moving leader protected, I naturally have ways to slow/block the enemy movement, as well as push fighters around a little.
Finally, if I have a bad hand (and this band is unlikely to get points from killing stuff) I can always rethink my strategy, plus it's handy to have a way to bring someone back without using up an activation.
The first game I played with these guys I won, and didn't even try to hit anyone till the second to last activation, because I had already scored my points and had nothing else to do. In my final activation, I got my first kill. Little did I know at the time that my opponent had been holding a good stack of points in "All your warband survives" and "All your warband is unscathed" so it's a good job that I did, but I think we worked out it would have got him a draw, so I was quite far ahead and clearly a little overconfident in only my second game... I'm more careful to avoid such easy opposition points now.