Whether it be historical, a joke, or even a rip-off, I've made a handful of characters that i'venot made another until maximizingg their potential and how I want them.
Lord Eisenhurz, the Germanic Knight of the 15th century, wielding a long blade and shield, and his axes in hand to make all know that the last thing they'll feel is their blade leaving his grip to meet blood and bone.
Bogatyr, named after the three legendary Russian mounted knights' titles, he rides on a black-barded horse with lance and steel.
Arnold the Anglo-Saxon, a simple man of the 9th century, a man fully kitted how a soldier would be in the far past, with spear, round shield, axe, and javelins. a large kit, and light armor to fit, only having the bare minimum while keeping well-protected.
Conan the Bitch-Barian, some mistake him from the movie, though he's nowhere close to the original. Clad in skiddies, boots, and gloves, he rushes headlong to his untimely and ultimate death.
Harold the Harper, straight out of Monty Python and the Holy Grail! He's not tough, though he can run like hell and can make a tune to instill fear into his own allies by telling them of every way imaginable how they could be killed and tortured and maimed.
Who to make next...? Ideas?