This is the second of four parts of the battle between the armies I call the Holy Order and the Pagan Rebels
About this creation
This page is a continuation of my first page. If you want to know what is going on, I would suggest going to my first page titled "War!!". War!! is the beginning of the battle that is on this page.
This is a time of War!
This creation, as said above, is all about War. Since I don't have a lot of money to make extravagent creations like many of the other people here, I decided I had enough minifigs to do all out war in the middle of a field. Enjoy.
A little more about this battle. There are two different armies. They are composed of The Holy Order (a name I got from the capes I designed for them) and the Rebels. (A background story as to why I set it up) There has been an uprising of Pagan Rebels amongst outlying villages within the Holy Order. The Pagan Rebels don't want the god of the Holy Order and have decided they had enough. Now they have marched their troops too close to the city and the Holy Order sent its forces to deal with the rebellion.
The Holy Order consists of what are known as the Dragon Master series Lego guys and the Black Knights series Lego guys. I also designed some of my own flags with a Wolf logo based off of the Wolfpack series Lego guys. Only the flag is for the Holy Order. They are led by their general they call the Holy Warrior who dones a black cape with a golden cross on it and weilds a fearsome battle axe. The Holy Warrior rides a steed dressed in red.
The Pagan Rebels are a rag-tag group of those who hate the Holy Order. They consist of the Wolfpack series Lego guys, the Dark Forest and Classic Castle series Lego guys (robin hood guys), anyone with a lion on their armor or shield, except for one guy in the Holy Order, and the Black Falcons and 4 classic crusader outfitted guys. There are multiple Captains in this army, but the General fights on foot with a giant black battle axe that is capable of killing or at least severly maiming anything. He is heavily armored and dones a wolf on the back of his cape.
Just a quick reply to this review here, I would like to, but that would take away from my pictures being in a table. What I instead am doing, and am taking a long time to do, since I am very busy, is to put "alt"s on my pictures. For those of you who don't know what an "alt" is, it is text that will appear when you hold your mouse over my pictures. I have done it for all of my first pictures and none of the others. Thanks for the review!