Challenge accepted! From: http://sudsysutherland.deviantart.com/a ... -467848949 "Our featured protagonist here is a female half-ogre who isn't under the stereotypical trope we see so much of in the RPG world with half-ogres or strong women. While she is wearing a dress, she is also wearing very functional leather armor in this case; not some leather/tribal wannabe armor that is nothing but cheesecake swimwear. What is also painfully obvious is that she is unlikely to be 'stupid' either. One does not stand with this bearing being stupid in a medieval inspired world where a half-breed humanoid is likely to be an outcast. Clearly, the human capacity for developing intelligence has melded well with ogre raw cunning. Any insult to parentage is likely to result in sudden death, in a declared duel of honor with our heroine most likely taking the title and riches of the moron who insulted her."
Maybe not 'sexy' in supermodel manner, however it cannot be said she is not beautiful in her own way and in a manner most humans would find.
Hey, I like both of them, but I have to admit that Sudsy drew what I was looking for... tough, even a bit scary, but still attractive in her way.
There are four "intro story" characters presented in the Core Rules, with drawings by Steve "Carjack" Zieser. In BF1 Morgansfort I present 8 pregenerated characters, four of whom are those intro story characters, Darion, Morningstar, Apoqulis, and Barthal. The other four have never been illustrated; they are:
Aura, female human cleric, leather armor, mace and sling Thorus, male dwarf fighter, chainmail, warhammer and daggers Lucas, male human magic-user, carries several daggers including one silver dagger Bork, male human fighter, leather armor, battle axe and spear
So obviously, what I'd like to see is these guys. Individual or as a group, mugging for the camera or going about their daily dungeon grind, whatever you like.
There will, eventually, be a new release of BF1 Morgansfort with a few minor changes. Artwork submitted here will be considered for inclusion there. Obviously.