First of all, this is my 100th post , second of all, I made a shitload of random nobility out of my non-fitting mevi-vuul figs, so there will be plenty of assassinations to drive the story, and backup heroes in case the Red Company's heroes go the way of Brag's Golden Lions' various commanders.
The Prince of the royal family, and the pride of House Soren.
Bishop Havel the Rock, the commander of the Infantry and Archbishop of the Church of Thorolund.
General Thane Garnet, Cavalry Commander, and dashing sword/pikeman.
Admiral Crawland got a new hat.
The old Lord of House Empyrean, his son leads mainly, but this old coot still has some fight left in him.
Cyrus the Wolf, Lord of House Soren of Darkharbor. A cadet house of House Soren
No clue who this guy is, but the fishman's face makes a great outrageously ornamented helmet.
Lord Garland Greyaxe, with a pair of elite Greyaxe guards.
The Baron of the Great Mountain, a Prospitian Lord who survived the War against the Shadow and the Carapace Purge.
The Greatarcher, (not related to hawkeye gough) Is the father of the Black Flame, and weilds the Dragon-Slaying greatbow, which no ordinary man can wield.
Ice Man, My childhood antagonist, and the polar opposite to the Black Flame, after centuries of torment in the north, he has wandered back to the Keep of House Empyrean, as an adviser and battle field commander. He is probably going to be one of the only openly magical characters in this, as I am trying to tone down the "magic solves everything" logic. He wields a wicked flail and wears the enchanted armor of the north.
A Dragon Priestess, burning an Icon of the Deceiver.
And, what is a medieval team without one, Amadeus Von Brag, a wandering soldier of fortune from Carim and one of the only Humans to discover the art of gunsmithing. Hi arm was encased in slag by Orcs, he spent years polishing it and shining it, so now he can attach small swords and knives to it, it is currently in "incognito mode" where he sticks a jewel in it to make it seem harmless.
The Tan Man, or Scratch, one of the 5 gunmen. He is the representation of Death in the Religion of the Dragon God and one of the major orcish deities.
And a design I use for my wraiths, I have been keeping this under wraps for several years, and think it is one of the best solutions for flying undead, it works better with pirate hooks, but I unfortunately do not possess any of them. This particular one is a Wraith in the service of Old Scratch, and he takes the dead either to the eternal reward, or back again as a hollow if they bear the Sign of the Dark Beast.