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Arathon The Wolf Rider

Submitted by: JacksonWilliams

Arnaud Amaury, Abbot of Citeaux

Arnaud Amaury was the commander of Crusader's Army against the Cathars Hereticals. When he was asked what to do against the inhabitants of the besieged town of Béziers, he answered "Kill them all, the Lord will recognise His own."
He's wearing my custom model of Mitre and Crosier. They are gold plated.

Submitted by: K3G

Besdarc Menteno, assassin


"Nothing is true, everything is permitted."

Submitted by: Ecclesiastes

Brother Steven

Submitted by: Brother Steven

Brother Xavier

Brother Xavier tends to the vegetables in the monastery gardens. He has decided that a simple life of hard work and prayer will lead to his salvation.

Submitted by: Thomas Arrowford

Byzantine Infantryman

Submitted by: Brother Steven

Clergy with Plague Victim

A scared priest takes a recent plague victim to the cemetery for burial.

Submitted by: Goddin

Damsel in Minor distress

The kingdom west of Kelfar, has recently been under raid by Dragons, The royal family managed escaped to the east, in the realm of Belfalć. The daughter of the king, detested the dry inland realm, she decided to venture alone, on forgotten paths, to return to the pleasant castle life, (all though some say, a certain castle ranger was the purpose of her disappearance) Unlike a good runaway, she left a note explaining her purpose and quest, immediately the king was on his horse, and within 15 minuets, the Damsel, that could have been in distress, was now safe in her room, which the king then kindly posted a servant girl sleeping outside the doorway.

Submitted by: Takkata

Elite Pikeman

Submitted by: Ryclen

Gilbert the Wandering Minstrel

Gilbert is a known enterteiner and musician in Loreos, so famous that he is a regular visitor at Prince Jarius palace.

Submitted by: mencot

Joan of Arc

Claiming divine guidance, Joan led the French army to several important victories during the Hundred Years' War, which paved the way for the coronation of Charles VII of France

Submitted by: Fraslund


All his life had been a struggle against impossible odds. An hero in the eyes of the oppressed. His name had been lost in time, but everyone knew him as Kogo.

Submitted by: david_hirdman

Lancastrian Footknight

Footknight in the service of the Earl of Gloucester (pronounced

Submitted by: Becheman

Medieval Priest

And these words, which I command thee this day, shall be in thine heart; And thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy children, and shalt talk of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, and when thou liest down, and when thou risest up. -- Deuteronomy 6: 6,7

Submitted by: gid617

Polish-Lithuanian Hussar

The Polish Hussars or Towarzysz husarski, were the main type of cavalry of the first Polish Army, later also introduced into the Army of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, between the 16th and 18th centuries. When this cavalry type was first introduced by the Serbian mercenary horsemen around the year 1500, they served as light cavalry banners; by the second half of the 16th century hussars had been transformed into heavy cavalry. Until the reforms of 1770s the husaria banners or companies were considered the elite of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth cavalry.
The hussars were famous for their huge 'wings', a wooden frame carrying usually eagle, but sometimes ostrich, swan or goose feathers.

Submitted by: timura

Queen Elizabeth

Queen of England and Ireland 1558-1603

Submitted by: andhe

Ragnar and his wife

Ragnar Beornson a wealthy danish viking from the late 10. century leaves his wife Svala again.

Submitted by: ThorwaldBlacksmith

Rairn, Scourge of the North

A stout warrior from the high north, the cold has taken all colour from his face, he is without mercy.

Submitted by: Hayden.

Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves

Figure based on character from movie - 'Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves'. Starring: Kevin Costner as Robin of Locksley, Morgan Freeman as Azeem and Alan Rickman as Sheriff of Nottingham.

Submitted by: LL


"Then to his lips the horn he drew,
And full and lustily he blew.
The mountain peaks soared high around;
Thirty leagues was borne the sound.
Karl hath heard it, and all his band.
“Our men have battle,” he said, “on hand.”"

Song of Roland CLIII.

Submitted by: Burlogh

Ronin Akira Shimada

onin Akira Shimada has been roming the lands of Japan for the last decade. He has mastered the skill to use the katana to deadly accuracy.

Submitted by: Elderon

Saint Francis of Assisi

One of the most revered saints of the catholic church.

Submitted by: GillesGaer

Saracen Warrior

Mounted on a swift horse, and wielding a razor-sharp scimitar. This warrior from the desert is bent on driving the crusaders from the Holy Land.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Sir Bohemond Le Montif

Sir Bohemond is a crusader knight from the county of Edessa. He came to the Holy Land with Baldwin of Boulogne when he created the first crusader state. Fiercely loyal, and fierce in battle, he tries his hardest to serve his lord and defeat his Saracen adversaries.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Sir Francis Walsingham

Queen Elizabeth's principal secretary and 'spymaster'

Submitted by: andhe

Skui, The long knife

Submitted by: Hayden.

Swedish Halberdier

Despite advances in firearms and the rise of pike formations, the halberd still proved to be a versatile weapon. It was long enough to fend off cavalry with the elongated point yet short enough to be used in medium to close combat with the axe blade. Although the Anglo Saxon countries used halberdiers extensively, they were common in other European armies aswell.

Submitted by: Tanotrooper

The navigator

Navigator of a renaissance ship.

Submitted by: Ecclesiastes

The Pope Julius II

The Pope Julius II commssioned Michelangelo to paint the Sistine Chapel ceiling. He's wearing the Triregnum (Triple Crown) used in the past by Popes and meaning "father of princes and kings, ruler of the world, vicar of Christ".
Papal Tiara and Cross are my own design and gold plated.

Submitted by: K3G

The White Knight!

(Misspelling is purposeful!)

Submitted by: gid617

Third Crusade Knight

On a quest, the brave knight charges into the holy land, with his sword, helmet and shield shining in the desert sun.

Submitted by: Overload

Varin Windhammer

As a young boy, Varin always dreamed of serving his kingdom. When he became old enough, he left his family's blacksmith shop and ventured off to join the king's soldiers. Before he left, his father presented him with a newly-made war hammer. As soon as Varin gripped the handle, he knew that this was the weapon for him.

Submitted by: SergeantChipmunk44

Wedgwood Foot-soldier

Sir Doran, a foot-soldier for the castle of Wedgwood.

Submitted by: Justin M

Witch hunter

In the Middle Ages witchcraft was feared throughout Europe. People thought that magic was an illusion created by the devil and was associated with worship of the devil. People thought that witches caused harm to society by causing accidents, bad luck, illnesses, or death. Witches got a lot of blame if someone fell ill of unknown causes.

Witchcraft was hated mostly by the Christians and their church. They considered them as diabolical and evil. As always they thought that witches had to do with the devil. The Christian church started a campaign to get rid of these so called witches, and started the witch hunt. It lasted for over 75 years. The witches went on trial for heresy (rejection of the church) and witchcraft. They wanted to get rid of them so they burned them at stake if found guilty. Some other punishments were banishment, imprisonment, and mutilation, but mostly execution. Almost everyone that was accused was tortured and beaten until they confessed. Many people gave their lives to false confession. Almost 80% of the people accused were women. It was believed that the devil succumbed people who weren't strong enough to resist him and thought women were not as strong as men.

Submitted by: Burlogh

Yorkist Longbowman

Longbowman in the service of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick, who fought for the House of York in the War of the Roses. The longbowman carries the deadly English longbow and wears a skullcap and a light studded gambeson, above a layer of chain maille, for mobility.

As string is not in MLCAD, the bowstring comprises two control sticks and a piece of technic flex cable - please forgive me!

Submitted by: Becheman

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