In 1995, the creators of the popular series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys set out to to create a secondary character to interact with the title lead. Their creation was Xena: The Warrior Princess. Xena was originally presented as an outlaw who teamed up with Hercules. Her character was intended to die early on, but she tested really well with the viewing audiences and they decided to give the character her own series. Xena: Warrior Princess lasted six seasons and eventually surpassed its predecessor with 23 more episodes than Hercules by the 2001 series finale. The show was a cult phenomenon and had a huge fan following. The title character was played by Lucy Lawless who portrayed Xena as a stubborn, strong, honorable, and fearless warrior. She was amazing and totally unique, which is made even more amazing since she was a second choice casting. Xena got plenty of love in the toy world. She received two figures in the Hercules line and a separate line dedicated to her own show.
Xena came with an oversized crossbow, two spear-sized arrows, a "civilian disguise", and her signature Chakram weapon.
Here she is stripped of her "civilian disguise", so this is technically her Warrior outfit. I keep using quotes because I don't see much difference in this disguise outfit and her typical warrior gear besides some sculptural details and the color. Yes, the outfit that came with the "Xena I" figures in the series more closely resembled her show look, that version did not come with her Chakram (which I view as an essential accessory for Xena... without it it's like Thor without his Hammer or Captain America without his shield).
Here are the two figures together.
Time for a Comparison Pic!