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Geneva - War (or Bloodshed)


Geneva from Amerikan Hell, which can be found on Kickstarter:


One of the devil’s “Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse” -- War, Geneva was born to missionary parents in a turbulent war-torn country in Africa. Taken prisoner by rebels and savagely beaten and raped in her teenaged years, her prayers for mercy were never answered. The only answer that stood before her was survival. She believes the devil helped guide her as she killed everyone in her rebel camp, including prisoners, to insure her own survival, but found that she could never trust another soul with her life and killed across the country and continent, eventually becoming a mercenary and being employed by the likes of “The Employer” or “The Boss”, whom she believed to be the same voice that spared her life years ago. She follows his wishes for her life debt to him, while still having strong principles that outweigh his calls on occasion. She is the producer of the majority of the televised Amerikan Hell events, but always organizes and coordinates. She embodies the horseman of War and uses the same influence the devil put on her in the rebel camp to put on victims that carry out her killings. Wants the boss’s authority.

When brought onto the team as the producer, the Devil granted her life to carry out his ever-changing vision for the apocalypse. His one rule was for her and her team to never become known by the world as a whole.


Concept Art by Mike Yakovlev.
Amerikan Hell by Robert Bryce Milburn and Nicholas Begnaud.

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Apr 4, 2016
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