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Let’s dress: the Imperial soldier

Let’s dress: the Imperial soldier

This time, something that many of you have been waiting for a long time, namely: Let’s dress the Imperial Warrior. It does not matter if it is a knight, mercenary veteran, guardsman, city guard, or with the appropriate selection from the limited colors available in the 5ż store a state trooper, each of them can put on a set of elements that I link below. As always, I remind you that although I try to link items of the best quality in my opinion, they usually also have cheaper counterparts from inferior materials, they can also appear in a different size and color, so it’s worth making sure about the choice. However, I still recommend wool as less creasing and better breathable on hot days. When choosing, I aimed at a much more military and less civilian appearance, which does not mean that some of these elements are not civilian. The most important thing is to have enough Warhammer in Warhammer. Let’s get to work!

Clothes

1. Head cover:

2. Shirt. Note that when choosing a white shirt, you’ll almost certainly need extra outer clothing:

3. Trousers. Here I give transparently military pants, but if you already have outerwear in this style, you can really use one of the options I proposed in the post about imperial civilians:

4. Outer clothing. Here I give transparently military outer clothing, but if you already have pants in this style, you can really use one of the options I proposed in the post about imperial civilians:

5. Boots. Choose the ones that suit you aesthetically, as long as they are made of natural leather and not faux leather:

Armor

So we’re moving to the quintessentials of a warrior. In this case, I focused on the armor most suited to the Empire’s climate.

1. Helmet:

2. Gorget:

3. Shoulder:

4. Armguard:

5. Elbow:

6. Bracers:

7. Torso:

8. Legs:

9. Gauntlets:

Armament

As in the case of armor, I focus here on the most Imperial models, skipping the classically medieval ones, although some of them are also suitable.

1. Dagger:

2. Sword:

3. Warhammer/Warmace:

4. Polearm:

5. Shields:

And that’s it. I hope you enjoyed it and encourage you to read previous entries from the #djfashion series

Dominik Jędrys, Djfashion

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