A modification for Mount and Blade: Warband, set in the universe of George R. R Martins "A Song of Ice and Fire". Also known as the popular HBO TV-series "Game of Thrones".

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Loras Tyrells Armor
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PolarBeorn Jun 29 2013 says:

Holy mother of god....That looks absolutly AWESOME!

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Mankay Jun 29 2013 says:

Perfect for all sword-swallowers!

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oodaa Jul 16 2013 replied:

*cough* 'sword' *cough*

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Gul-Dukat(tech) Jun 29 2013 says:

Puffder, Eh?

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SouthernCrane Jun 29 2013 says:

top stuff mate. can i ask will there be as much variety with helms?

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Storander Jun 29 2013 says:

Amazing. Can't wait for the update

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niles93 Jun 29 2013 says:

nice detail :)

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crispy01 Jun 29 2013 says:

I thought Loras' armour was shiny enough to blind a pasing pigeon?

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bilwit1 Jun 29 2013 replied:

All the armors in the OpenBRF screenshots are taken with the same generic lighting profile and settings which behave different from the actual in-game lighting in terms of the specular shininess. Not saying that it'll be super shiny, as I'm not really for that, but the specular lighting in the screenshots will generally be more noticeable/shiny in game. We won't be able to get the final lighting settings until they're tested in-game and tweaked.

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DoctrineDark Jun 29 2013 says:

Very nice.

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Valerian Jun 29 2013 says:

''And tell me lord Renly, when are you going to have YOUR friend?..''

-Little Finger

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antillies Jun 29 2013 says:

The excellent work continues!

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-muffin- Jun 29 2013 says:

nice! but not gay enough

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Commander_Synn Jun 29 2013 says:


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RandomZombi3 Jun 29 2013 says:

Very nice model! Can't wait to see it in-game with the lighting. (:

I'm kind of hoping Renly's armor will be from the books description. Or maybe two versions, a book version and a show version?

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bilwit1 Jun 30 2013 replied:

To be honest, I've read all the books and yet I absolutely hate the idea of having armors that are different from the HBO designs. It is too rich and iconic of a resource to just ignore and yet virtually every single mod on the internet based off of ASOIAF (I guess with the exception my own Skyrim stuff) use their own designs that are "based off the books" and quite frankly, the designs are garbage because the artists are not professional designers and are drawing off of their own imagination which is largely fantasy based. The HBO designs have a great mix of having fantasy derivations of real historic armor types which are all logically consistent when you look at the geography they are found in and their surrounding lore. I am currently only doing armors found on the HBO series and will be sorely displeased if my work here ends up not being used for what they were intended for, as was the case with my work for the Russian Game of Thrones Warband mod. Maybe down the line I could do an OSP/replacement pack with book-based armors (which would be a creative breathe of fresh air) but for default, I wouldn't have it any other way than with HBO designs.

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RandomZombi3 Jun 30 2013 replied:

I agree, and I love all of the armor models you've done from the HBO series! I only mentioned Renly's specifically because his armor and helmet was, to me, very unique. And I was a little disappointed HBO didn't show him wearing it. For a character as flashy and well-dressed as Renly, his armor on the show was a little.... Bland? But that's just my opinion.

Anyways, keep up the awesome work and thanks for the explanation! (:

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Cozur Jun 30 2013 replied:

Not to worry man, I've already started weeding out the armors currently in ACOK that do not look like they could be found in the HBO show.

None of that fantasy bright colors with huge pauldrons stuff for me.

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PolarBeorn Jun 30 2013 says:

I'm ashamed that no one went "it looks... FABULOUS!!!" yet...

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neronix17 Jul 5 2013 replied:

It looks...FABULOUS!!!

*emphasizes with true gay quality*

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PolarBeorn Jul 21 2013 replied:

You sir, have made my day.

Spank you, spank you very much.

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Mankay Jun 30 2013 says:

Awesome work here Bilwit, really. Is there a chance we'll get to see various armours for Stannis and his cronies? Him and his soldiers have some of the coolest gear in the series. Also, if the armours do get used as intended are you going to create helmets to match? Again I say superb work, absolutely outstanding. Keep up the good work!

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bilwit1 Jul 1 2013 replied:

Stannis was supposed to be next but I lost steam. I'll probably set this aside until the weekend. The next few armors should be something like Stannis > Stannis Variation > Generic Stormlands (Dragonstone) > Generic Stormlands (Storm's End) > Generic Baratheon (House Guard?) and then other generic types/variations for The Reach. After that it's kind of the last stretch: do some of the Vale stuff, finish up Westerlands, some Essos stuff, peripheral armor pieces like helmets and then on to testing.

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Mankay Jul 1 2013 replied:

Sounds like you have your work cut out for you then but it's all for a good cause. Do you think you'll come back to the mod in a year and add the Dornish armour etc. that we'll see in the next season?

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