Cardinal Richlieu, the “Red Eminence”, and the power behind King Louis XIII. Often known as the King’s “First Minister” he wielded enormous power and influence not just in France but throughout Europe at that time. He is also a leading character in Alexander Dumas’ “Three Musketeers” and the Musketeers main antagonist. We show him at the height of his power...sword drawn and wearing a suit of armour always prepared to defend what he believes is in France’s best interest. - See more at: http://www.kingandcountry.com/cardinal-p-9636.html#sthash.nQInvO9R.dpuf
Le Comte De Rochefort
The Comte (or Count) de Rochefort is another villainous character from the Dumas novel and is an accomplice of the Cardinal and an ally to the beautiful but deadly Milady de Winter. A skilled swordsman and a ruthless adversary he can be recognized by his eye patch and a long scar across his cheek. - See more at: http://www.kingandcountry.com/comte-rochefort-p-9650.html#sthash.jNCRFx7T.dpuf
Over the centuries our hero has had many names...Robin, Earl of Huntington...Robin of Loxley...Robyn of York...and many, many others. However, one thing all the stories agree upon was that he was a highly skilled archer and swordsman. In addition, he is often portrayed as “robbing from the rich and giving to the poor”. And traditionally, he was also garbed in “a coat of Lincoln Green”...particularly useful and sensible if you are going to hide out from your enemies in a forest! Our “Robin” stands four-square, one hand on hip and holding his longbow in the other. As you can see he’s not completely in “Lincoln Green”, his earth brown doublet makes a nice contrast to the rest of him but he still has that quietly confident look about him and seems ready to spring into action at a moment’s notice should circumstance demand it.