Sketches of the statue from various angles occupy several pages of the journal:
I have seen the pose before. Often it represents the burdens carried by those who die by the sword. Usually the man—or the head of his enemy—bears some identifying mark, but I can find none here. Perhaps there is some message in their uniformity. No claims to personal glory, only stern acceptance of duty. Given the Approach's association with the Wardens, it is a fitting sentiment.
—Excerpt from the journal of Henri Ducette, Envers Mining Company representative and amateur historian