Get yourself in the mood:
Go watch Big Trouble in Little China and Raiders of the Lost Ark. Fun, adventure, a touch of swagger. Enjoy yourself -- in a fantasy way.
Here are some themes to explore in the logo:
swagger, adventure, smart ass, friendship, joy de vivre (good luck!)
Here is some iconography you can play with:
If you’d like to explore the two characters, Kyle’s defining trait is his drinking – so something booze related would work (mug, bottle, flask, etc.) While Connor, his defining trait is that he’s an attack first/imposing kinda guy, so something in that genre (sword, imposing stance, something that makes you think he brings the pain). Icons in that flavor.
Upon looking at it, if you’re thinking the two characters (rad!) – for the imposing one, he can be in more of a typical bouncer/doorman style pose with his arms crossed, which I think will be impactful, while not restraining him to just swords (and axes!). For the other, maybe a WTF stance, or mug up cheering (he’s the playful one).
My mistake. I'll be as clear as I can. This is fantasy in the sword, wizards, horses, knights kinda way. There aren't guns. Or three piece suits. Or film noir. Would King Arthur rock a fedora and a tommy gun? No. Neither would the Scoundrels.
Here is the flavor of the stories:
It isn’t that they don’t believe in anything – they do. As a matter of fact, Kyle and Connor believe in many things. Themselves, mainly. And easy gold. And fast women. And fast gold. And easy women. Some people would call Kyle mouthy, cocksure, and a drunk. The same people would be confused as to why he was palling around with a hard to read, stone sober, salt of the earth guy like Connor. Those people just don’t understand what Connor and Kyle both know: there is nothing in the world that a healthy dose of swagger can’t cure.
Battle tested, well-traveled, and always ensuring they were entertained in any situation, Kyle and Connor travel the land seeking adventure in its many forms. Knowing that freedom is chaos, they ride the winds of fate, taking whatever job promises the best pay for the least effort or the job that sounds the most exciting. Some people would call them ne’er-do-wells; others would call them rogues. They prefer being called scoundrels; these are their chronicles.