Err, no. I do not intend to make any 'female' armours. This is not a question of sexism, just historical reference. If a woman were to wear a salet helm, it would be the same as the one a man would wear. The whole fantasy armour/lingerie for female characters that you find in other games would be utterly out of place in a pseudo-historical game like MnB. Real, historical armour was designed to protect the vital organs of the human body, which would be in pretty much the same locations regardless of gender. The only difference from male to female armours, therefore, would likely be matters of 'tailoring'- which most of the armours in MnB do actually account for. For me, though, basing my models on historical precedent (as much as I can), I don't see any reason to make strictly 'female' armour, which, in most games, end up actually beeing far more sexist than the MnB varieties.