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They look awesome.

Especially the cloaks!


I do feel though that the shields might have gotten more love.

The emblems could have been made more colourful to stand out.

I think they would look even better then.

But that's just my opinion feel free to ignore.

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I love to see units like this.

Great simple but effective paint schemes.


So many uses for them ...

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The thread title made me think there would be lots of freehanded heraldry on their surcoats/cloaks/whatever that would be far beyond my own abilities to paint.  But I would not have attempted that myself, so I'm definitely not complaining.  Looks like they have enough heraldry built into their helms to tip their horses off balance anyhow, LOL.  They look awesome!  Nice work.  They remind me of King Renly's Rainbow Guard a little bit. - Ser Guyard the Green, Ser Robar the Red, Brienne the Blue, etc.



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