This is my Sig-Fig for the War of the 7th Age RPG group. It is an awesome group based on the Lord of the Rings, but much farther after the movies take place. If you are interested, I will have a link at the bottom. Enjoy!
About this creation
Introducing my sig-fig, Leifedon Baronur, running heroically across an open field.
Do you like the Elvish version of his name, or should I just keep it as Leif Baron?
Leifedon with his trusty spear.
His side weapon, a small sword. It is very handy for when he canít get his spear out of some trollís stomache.
Without any weapons.
Yup, He has a brown and green cape. Be jealous.
His two companions, Dagnar and Thotak.
Dagnar, the dwarf.
Once a lonely blacksmith, he worked in a small shop outside the kingdom of Khazad-dŻm. But, as usual in most backstories, something bad happened. A smithing accident caused the shop to catch fire! Luckily for Dagnar, Leifedon was traveling just north of the fire. As soon as he saw the flames rise up in the air, Leifedon raced over to the small shop, where he pulled Dagnar out of the rubble just before it collapsed. With the two weapons that were found beneath the ashes, Dagnar has traveled with Leifedon ever since.
I tried to not stay too traditional, so I gave him a crossbow. First Dwarven archer I have seen in a whileÖ
BUT, I gave him an axe just to keep him in the Dwarven religion (Which is hitting things with giant axes).
His back, and how I kept the crossbow and axe on, if you didnít already figure that out.
Thotak, the human knight. Banished from great kingdom of Rohan, for unbenouced reasons, he was forced into a life of crime. He became a well-renouned bounty hunter, roaming the land in search of the next bounty. His Rohan armor didnít hurt either, as it helped him get into places he otherwise wouldnít have a chance of getting into. Although the job was rewarding, it made him dpressed and yearn for his old life of being a soldier for the good of the people. So, he went out and searched for a new life. That was when he met Leifedon and Dagnar, and have been friends with them ever since.
Thotak in his full armor.
His back side. In case you were wondering, this is how I put the sword and spear behind Leifedon, too. It is a completely purist design, and is not ruining the fabric what so ever!
Come back next time for another edition of AWESOMENESS!