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Escape of the enslaved dragon II

Our story continues…

Nash’areth was bound by chains piercing shards cold as ice into his flesh. A pulse of pain coarsed through his veins. Every heartbeat an agony, flashes of black in his eyes and mind. He struggled to keep his life, his being from being swallowed by the pain. It seemed like an eternity. Da – dum…  pain soaring through him, Da – dum… tearing him, Da -dum… ripping him apart… as if his very heartbeat was his undoing. Nash’ areth was adamant, he kept what little of his being he could composed and endured the torment… it seemed like an eternity passed, bound in this prison of pain. Under the struggle and torment there was something else, like an earie tune deep beneath the rythm of agony. Nash’ areth realised it was allways here… flowing beneath the current of his despair and yet only now he listened. It was at that moment he realised he need not resist but instead embrace the agony, let it resonate through his being. Da -dum… he opened his eyes, but saw only darkness, Da -dum… he felt his body tremble and strain, Da -Dum… and the pain broke into shards coarsing through his body, Da – Dum… racing, Da – Dum… raging, DA – DUM… letting out a mighty roar… that fractured his body, DA – DUM… now emanating the pain, DA-DUM… seeing clear with sight beyond sight the souls of his captors, DA-DUM…shrugging chains, now palid strings of entaglement, DA – DUM.. opening his gaping maw of tentacle like tongues ensnaring the wretched souls that bore witness to his rebirth. Nash’ areth was no more… out of this pain, this dark torment arose Tenebras aspect of Torment  to unleash his vengeance onto the world.


I had an absolute blast conceptualizing  the look and feel of Tenebras, mainly playing with his portrait today. Cant wait to get back to it tomorrow 🙂 Hope You all like it !

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