I’ve had a fascination with knights and chivalry since childhood, and double-majored in history with a focus on medieval studies in my early college days… so it’s probably no surprise that I adore amazing examples of medieval architecture, furniture, clothing, and weaponry in Second Life. And, of course, amazing examples of medieval armor. I’ve previously reviewed the sculpted plate harness from Silhouette Warfare, but this Milanese armor takes the cake—it’s an improvement on (nearly) all fronts, thanks to the high detail and the rigging that the extensive use of mesh allows.
But still, hand’s down, this is the best medieval armor I’ve seen in Second Life. Amazing. Go and get it at Silhouette Warfare, and if you’re female? There’s a female version! The sculpted armor is still available (at a reduced price), and I believe an additional sculpted armor was released at some point that I don’t own (but am seriously considering) which can be found on the second floor of the shop.