As promised here are my completed Questing Knight units. As I have said in an earlier post, these guys are really nice models. As with all my Bretonnian Knights I have gone with strong plain primary colours for their heraldry.
Ranked up in the Bretonnian Lance formation. I am still not convinced it looks like a lance head but does make easier construction of movement trays. Talking of which – mine have a 5mm separator between ranks to keep horses from knocking noses with tails.
This knight is the 5th Edition Baron Odo d’Outremer. Used as is without any modifications other than a 6th Ed charger.
This is the one plastic knight I used in the two nine-man lances. He was modified only by the addition of a great sword arm from a 5th Ed Bretonnian Hero (that figure was wielding the sword two handed so I cut the hilt off after the right hand and drilled a bit of wire in to make an extended hilt).
This is a Questing Knight wielding a two handed axe.
Rear view of same. I made all the guff for his saddle from spares and bits. I have no idea where the spare lute came from.
This knight is the 5th Edition Sir Tristan model. Questing Knights don’t carry lances so I made him into another banner bearer. Added a beard as well. All that traveling – no time to shave.
This Questing Knight miniature is one of the ones that came in single blister packs. Do you remember those days? I think he is Sir Brian the Blessed. His gear includes a ham and a helmet full of potatoes.
A rear view of another knight with a saddle load of gear cobbled together from bits.
Yet one more. One thing I can say for the Bretonnian knight and peasant sprues, they sure had a lot of extras on them,
Knights in full charge.
In this shot you can see the 5th Edition Repanse de Lyonesse. Her lance converted to a standard with a reliquary on top. I gave her more hair and made her a Ginger as well.