Pictures of my rig
Below I'm about to bludgeon Murdock in The Deed at Gulf Wars. My bardiche is normally straight rattan. The water soaking method I used to get the curve in the blade weakened the rattan though. I managed to break it on Duke Kein after only a few uses. The deed was tons of fun, and deserves its own post. In this I wore my sabatons and maile shirt. Photo credit- Ursus of Anglesea
This is sort of a weird shot. It shows off my general's jupon. The epaulets weren't my idea. People stole my clothes and sewed them on, which is why I'm giving them that look. Apparently, that's how my peeps show their love. It does show off another of the jupons Clalibus made for me, and what I wear under them. The breastplate is a spring steel globose with a rib stop based on the Churbug #14. It needs a good polishing, and maybe replacement. The arms are new ones I made. Photo credit- Magdelena Cortez.