This is an entry for a monthly challenge at another site.
"The Bronze One" as he, or "it" is called, was a warrior during the Ming Dynasty. He was born nothing but a peon, but quickly rose up ranks showing immense talent on the battlefield. One battle recorded, the soldier was cut, stabbed, trampled, and burned. However, it is told that he survived. This story caught the eye of the emperor, and he was awarded title of commander of the emperors Bronze Army, the single most powerful force of the time. After the fall of the Ming Dynasty, stories of the "Bronze One" fell as well. However, stories in Histories ranging from Norse Mythology to Native American folklore depict a soldier who never falls such as this story. Is it the same being who traveled the world to fight? Are there many of these "immortals"? Is "The Bronze One" alive today? We do not know, but we believe there are people who indeed do.
Head is a combination of Halo Hayabusa Armor and a Snow Serprnt
The body comes from a crimson guard
Upper legs from ROC Cobra Commander, Lower legs from a ROC Viper
Shoulder pads from Halo Hayabusa
Right arm from POC Recondo
Hands from ROC Storm Shadow
Chest armor from Comic Pack Storm Shadow
Skirt from POC Jungle Viper
Cape is made from scrap material.
Thanks for looking!