Kriegerin mit Krone, die mit einer riesigen Stangenwaffe bewaffnet ist und auf einem großen Panther reitet
„The Gods molded us to love and to suffer, as love always ends in tragedy unless the lovers die in one breath.
Gods gave Dalia the gift of love, and then, in the twinkle of an eye, took it away from her. Always self-collected and level-headed, she was completely helpless against the all-consuming black hole forming within her heart. She threw up hands in despair: “Bring him to me, I cannot live without him!”. Dead silence was the answer to her prayers.
Inconsolable and resolved, she reached out to Anubis, God of Death, Lord of the Afterlife “Asim was a wonderful soul, brave and gentle. All his life, he served in the name of the Gods. He died in the name of the Gods. Grant him the gift of mercy, he deserves more time to finish his deeds!”. The will of Anubis was unyielding.
Flabbergasted by omnipresent indifference, throwing caution and reason to the winds, Diala turned to Selket, an insidious Goddess, zealous for power and chaos. Dalia was handed the Grimoire of the Dead, the taboo book with forbidden texts to raise the dead…“
Model and renders without scale by Great Grimoire