Although we do not require entirely historical garb, there are a few hints for how to get your kit together. It is encouraged that you delve into history and continue to make your garb look better.
The fighter in this picture is Tari. She is wearing a blue linen tunic, different shade blue hood, black and blue buckler and armed with a bow and arrows.
The linen is light and cool. The hood is wonderful at keeping sun off the head and neck, particularly between fights. Different shades of color and layers of clothing really bring an outfit together.
The bow is a fiberglass bow decorated with leather and fur. Just a bit of something to make it unique and look less modern.
The focus of the eyes is searching for a target. She gazes across the field, looking for who will receive an arrow in the heart or between the eyes.
Pictured is Icy and Lock. Veteran garb is adding layers and accessories. For Icy, this is jewelry, glass beads, trim on her tunic dress and a pelt across the shoulder. For colder weather her tunic dress is wool.
For Lock, the veteran level is shown by layering tunics, tablet woven trim on the tunic, a wool hood, a pelt on top, a six panel hat trimmed in fur, a belt knife, viking sword and a pouch with brass fittings.
The steel weapons would not be allowed on the battlefield in the game, but they are often worn in camp.