The full Ramikadyc Armor set was approved by the Mandalorian Mercs Costume Club for their Late Crusader era on August 6, 2016. After nearly 3 years of sales and no confirmation of use as a kit for the MMCC, this armor has been fully retired.

Here's a few quick things to keep in mind:

1) Some liberties for real-world application were taken to make this armor set work and several reference images for some parts were used. Most came from the primary image below, while others came from action figures and role-playing games.

2) On April 7, 2018, it was decided to semi-permanently retire this armor set. The molds are in storage and will be kept there in case of renewed interest, however no regular sales are available at this time. Sorry for any inconvenience.

3) By May 2019, there seemed to be enough renewed interest to bring this armor out of retirement and offer it once again. However...

4) At the end of July 2019, after no further sales of this kit, this armor and helmet were officially retired. Please see the BLOG page for more details.



    There were four main reference images used to make this armor.

    First, his image was sent to me in 2015 to make the helmet. The upper shoulder plates were also taken from this image.

    This next image was sent to me by a customer who wished to have the full body armor done. (image altered to remove lightsaber blade - all rights to original image remain with original artist. Click on the pic below to see the original unaltered artwork)

    The third and fourth images used for inspiration were the figure of

    Back plate and Thigh reference.

    And here's the final set as of June 13, 2017: (APPROVED BY THE MMCC ON AUGUST 6, 2016!)

    Included with the set are:
    Chest, straps (2 pcs not pictured), belly, shoulder upper (2pcs), shoulder lower (2 pcs), Back, Kidneys (4pcs), gauntlets (4pcs), hands (2pcs), Cod, Thighs (2 pcs), knees (2 pcs), shins/calves (4 pcs), boots (2pcs).


    The following images are of a test fit on my son, who is 5'8" and roughly 180lbs and medium build.

    Torso (with painted helmet example) shown without shoulder straps

    Lower body - the knee is upside down in this pic. The "longer" side faces up.

    And here's where the project "stalled" for me. All the parts are there, but other priorities took over and this had to be put aside for a while. The knees are indeed upside down in the third pic (painted) and they are facing the correct way in the first one. Also, the kidneys are not shown in the last pic because, since I'm not a small guy, I was custom making some to fit me and the ones that came with the kit had not yet been painted.