This time we get 4 guilds each in 4 catagories- The traditional warrior, educated civilian, nobility, and notorious enemy.
Since I am from Kaliphlin I will start from the right and go to the left.
1st we have the Kaliphlin warrior in traditional garb.
2nd is Kaliphlin's educated civilian.
3rd is a representation of Kaliphlin's nobility.
4th is a Titan, arguably Kaliphlin's most notorious sentient enemy.
Now lets cross Kaliphlin's northern border into Avalonia.
5th is a knight, the representation of Avalonia's traditional warrior.
6th is an Avalonian educated civilian. Who better to represent this catagory than an Avalonian monk?
7th is a member of Avalonian nobility. (Disclaimer: this is not an actual member of nobility. Because of the difficulty we encountered trying to schedule a portrait session with an actual member of Avalonian nobility, we had to settle for hiring an actor to dress in the clothes of Avalonian nobilty which was much easier to obtain.
8th but not least, is the notorious Avalonian brigand, expert at all types of weaponry.
For Nocturnus we start with the series 9th character, the traditional Nocturnus warrior, a scarred human that is no stranger to war. In fact that may be all he knows.
10th is a Nocturnus educated civilian. Thats right! Nocturnus does have educated individuals. However they may not be educated in the way you would expect an educated being to be.
11th is a member of the nobility in Nocturnus. Blue eyed drow? They must have been the first to invent colored contact lenses....
12th and you knew this one was going to be on the list. Another drow. Nocturnus' most notorious enemy as well as being a member of Nocturnus nobility. However this time our subject does not hide his glowing red eyes- here he is, the drow assassin. And because we were lucky to have escaped with our lives after the encounter, we are only able to provide you with a small portrait of him.
Now we come to Mitgardia, a land of strong, hearty, and often times large folk.
13th of the series is the traditional warrior of Mitgardia. What more needs to be said?
14th is an educated Mitgardian civilian. Book learning probably won't get you very far in Mitgardia and those looked upon as being the most educated some times cannot spell their own names. However they can survive for months in the icy cold mountains and wildernesses of Mitgardia with nothing more than the clothes on their back.
15th is a noble of Mitgardia. Women in LEGO world usually tend to be taller than the men and this particular subject towers above the other women... I guess the Mitgardians like the tall ladies.
16th is the last of the bunch and not a particularly friendly fellow. As the species of the far north have not been well documented, I chose a member of one of roaming orc tribes as Mitgardia's notorious enemy. These are not your ordinary orcs. Bigger, stronger, and much furryer, you don't want to meet one and much less encounter a group of these fearsome beasts. May I call them "beast"?
Edited by Masa of Kaliphlin, 03 December 2012 - 01:11 AM.