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I'm looking for two minis for my DND 5e character Sir Dustin Bladesong.

 

 

Unmounted Sir Dustin wears heavy plate & helm (could be on ground or in hand as well). He wields a mighty two handed Greatsword.

 

Mounted the Noble Sir Dustin has lance and shield. His stead Nightmare is a well trained and brave horse.

 

Bonus points for his 3 squires:

 

Tom Tomm rides a pony and plays the lute, Sven and Hunt double on horse back and have musical instruments and a banner. 

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I'm looking for two minis for my DND 5e character Sir Dustin Bladesong.

 

 

Unmounted Sir Dustin wears heavy plate & helm (could be on ground or in hand as well). He wields a mighty two handed Greatsword.

 

Mounted the Noble Sir Dustin has lance and shield. His stead Nightmare is a well trained and brave horse.

 

Bonus points for his 3 squires:

 

Tom Tomm rides a pony and plays the lute, Sven and Hunt double on horse back and have musical instruments and a banner. 

Take a look at Tom Meirer's Thunderboltmountain.com

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The Mierce Angelcynn Eadric comes in both mounted (sword (could be modded to a lance) and shield) and on foot (greatsword).  He's kind of viking-ish, and is pretty pricey.

The others I would recommend aren't perfect matches, but pretty close, and are Reaper products:

Overlords:

Mounted: http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/Overlords/sku-down/14440

Foot: http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/Overlords/sku-down/14147

 

Crusaders:

(first guy is unhelmed, but the helm is on the back of the horse)

Mounted: http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/horse/latest/14226

Alternate Mounted: http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/horse/latest/14231

Foot: http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/Crusaders/sku-down/14352

 

They're at least going to be in very similar gear and thematically and stylistically consistent.  Full face masks help as well.

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