Historically correct Norse villagers (no pointy horn Vikings in this set!) and warriors. Includes a mixture of men and women and some characters who register as a bit more gender neutral, and color schemes for Scandinavian heritage, as well as red hair and brown skinned options for all poses. As Vikings were known to have contact with Native Canadians at the very least, and these poses could be used for any medieval fantasy village setting I elected to include a range of realistic skin tones, as well as the expected Nordic color schemes.
This set includes 15 characters, with five color schemes each, in topdown (from above) view and sideview, from the front, portrait view. Some of their color schemes match, implying family members maybe. Some of the color schemes vary. You can mix and match to create family as well as blended villages with implied outsiders. Some characters are upper class with nice tunics, and others look a bit more wild, with fur trim, rough around the edges, wildlings.
So, we have a mixture of armed fighters and commoners:
Woman with apron and headscarf
Person with headscarf and nice tunic
Woman with braid and apron (I imagine this character to be a blacksmith)
Woman with nice tunic dress and necklace
Infantry woman with bow
Infantry woman with shield and sword
Infantry person with chain armor
Man with fur coat and beard
Warrior man with bare chest and fur scarf
Man with axe (infantry or villager)
Infantry pike man
Infantry shield and axe
Skinny man with beard and fur cloak
Infantry person with masked helmet and axe
Dreadlocks man with beard and cloak
Five medieval Norse frames are included. These are not installed on the tokens and are intended for you to add via download. Examples of all of the tokens with the frames are shown above. To mask a frame, open the base token and the frame in a raster image editing program. Paste the frame on top of the token. Use the magic wand selection tool and click inside of the frame on the frame layer. Invert the selection. Switch to the token layer. Hit 'backspace' or 'delete' to clear the token that is outside of the bounds of the frame. This will work for any frames, not just the ones included with this set.
One optional shadow is included. If you would like to use it, open the token and the shadow in a raster photo editing program of your choice and place the shadow underneath the token, or paste the token on top of the shadow. Save and upload to Roll20 for use.
These are designed to be based on historical Norse costumes, but would work well in most medieval fantasy settings.
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