here we see a footsoldier who fought for the monks of Halmassan at the battle of the Zozamine. under his wide-brimmed, onion-domed helmet he wears a large hood and mantle that, being a common element of clerical costume, hint at his religious affiliation. the mail coif that covers face entirely except for two eye holes is similar to the face-covering fabric hoods worn by priests and is not uncommon among soldiers in the service of the church and in the area of western Oromund. beneath a long tunic he wears a long mail shirt and a breastplate. he carries a large dagger on his belt and a massive two-handed mace with a sophisticated flanged head that differentiates it from similar two-handed spiked weapons commonly used by peasant soldiers.