oops sorry bunnies
i did this - like everything - in a tearing hurry, i'll try and find out for you.
ok - it uses the
elamite horned warrior uses - <KFM>Art/Units/Unique_NativeAmerica_DogSoldier/Dogsoldier.kfm</KFM>
and at no extra cost
<English>[TAB]Elamite culture was suffused with the image of the horned diety, and these attributes were considered sacred. Texts attest to the fielding of "horned warriors" and images of the troops, wearing horned helmets and bearing axes, exist; Elam certainly had it's military traditions and fought long and hard against first the Sumer - Akkad city states and later babylon and Assyria. "Kassu Risa" is Elamite and means "great horn".</English>
There's a "Nifskope" tool you can download for free - if you open up the NIF with that it often tells you what animation/model it was based on. I used it to mnake this some time ago, using a "Cuban Maceman" (hence the "cubma" reference). The real work was done by bernie14 a long time ago in the form of an Iroquois axeman. I really just stuck bits on it using guesswork, based on an image of "horned warriors" mural i came across. It was fun!
There's an Elam civ I did if you fancy it . . .