And the last Glover bowman

This is an interesting figure as I used a fire forge sergeants body and Perry arms and head. I did this to get a bit more variety into the unit.


The Banner Bearer of the Glover mixed unit

This is the banner bearer of the unit. It is a Perry HYW body and a Perry mercenary pike arm. The shield is from Fireforge miniatures. The heraldry on the shield is a overpainted decal by The banner is freehand. As the House Glover is a house affiliated with the House Stark  I painted the Stark sigil in the hoist of the banner and the Glover one behind. A little bit like the standards used in the WotR. In the books the banners are often discribed as flying above or below each other but I thought this concept is better.



The next Glover bowman

After the long weekend with the bank holiday I can present the next Glover bowman.


It is a HYW Perry English archer body and when I remember correctly a head from the conquest games archer box.

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next up will be the banner bearer of the unit!

House Glover!

I started doing a vassal house of the Starks of Winterfell to be able to field different armies in Dragon Rampant.It will be a mixed unit of Archers and billman.

House Glover is a noble house from the Wolfswood .The Wolfswood is a forest in the North of Westeros. It is located just north of Winterfell and extends for some three hundred miles north and west to the Bay of Ice. The Glovers are loyal vassals of House Stark of Winterfell, and have their seat at the wooden stronghold Deepwood Motte. Their lands extend throughout the Wolfswood, north-west of Winterfell. The head of the house is the Master of Deepwood Motte( a wooden motte-and-bailey castle) stronghold of House Glover. The castle is located north-west of Winterfell in the Wolfswood, near the coast of the Bay of Ice.

Here is Ser Gawen Glover heir of house Glover of deepwood motte:


He is one of Robb Starks hearth guard knights and leads the Glover household troops into battle. I painted him earlier, the heraldic design was painted freehand.