The Earl of Grey sired but one child, an inquisitive and boisterous girl, whom he named Tamisin. Tamisin had little interest in her mother or in the pastimes of women, preferring instead the company of her father and his soldiers. Refusing to wear a dress and do needle work, Tamsin insisted in learning the art of war.
She was fair wicked with a blade, but it was with the bow that she showed the greatest aptitude. Her skill with weapons and her knowledge of strategy earned her the respect of the men.
It was at the Battle of Teadom, when Lord Lipton laid siege to the Earl of Grey's castle that Tamisin earned the title Mistress of the Bow.
For it was Tamisin's arrow that pierced the heart of Lord Lipton, thus ending the war.
The figure is 32mm and is from Dark Sword Miniatures and was sculpted by renowned sculptor Dennis Mize.
I will be in later today to comment. The Hubby has doctors appointments all week so after today I do not anticipate being in again until the weekend.
Well folks it's Monday and the beginning of a new week. So grab a hold of your bootlaces and pull yourself up, because no one will do it for you. I know I will.