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Romano-British for Dux Britanniarum

Romano-British for Dux Britanniarum

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Second Noble

Tutoring 7
Skill 9
Idea 8
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This is the second of my two nobles. A quick roll on the name generator dubs him Peredur Constantine, so clearly someone whose parents wanted to show that they were both Romano and British!

Peredur is 33, of average build, but has the constitution of an ox. This does make a difference in the game, allowing him a once per game re-roll if the prior roll would have resulted in a wound or death.  Like his fellow noble, Urien, he is also the son of an honestiore.

He is from Footsore Miniatures Late Roman Infantry Command Pack. The sculpt is a bit messy on the interior of the sword hand, but a bit of filing and a half-decent paint job makes it unnoticeable. I’m not sure who would be pedantic enough to inspect the model on an area you can’t normally see anyway.

There wasn’t anything particularly special about the painting. It’s the same combinations of reds and browns that I’ve reported on earlier in this project.  I did try to tie him into the red and white colour scheme for the Comanipulares. I imagined him as having a particular role as their commander. I used a Little Big Men Studios shield transfer that would complement that colour scheme as well.

 

 

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