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The Daughter Grim


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This is an older drawing I did on paint tool Sai as a test
She's my most commonly drawn character and the main character for many of my daydreaming flights into fantasy she's also the most likely candidate for the manga/anime I might eventually draw

Her name is Demetria but everyone calls her Dem
She is the only daughter of the Grim Reaper (by adoption)
her story starts with her Death at the age of 10 she and her brother freeze to death outside the gates of a castle stricken with the plague when Grim comes for her he decides to take her as his own child sensing his own coming demise. She becomes A reaper of souls and takes on a new mortal body
she dies quite a few times trying to learn her new powers but thanks to her new found ability's death is only a minor setback for her. After A few months of trail and error she gets the hang of creating rips in reality with her Scythe not long after Grim meets his end to a vengeful Demon who takes his Scythe and claims himself the new god of Death. when Demetria learns of her new fathers death she fights the Demon and yet even though her anger fueled her it wasn't enough to match the demons power in the end she took her fathers scythe in the chest in order to plunge her own into the demons. the demon didn't expect such a strange and sacrificing move and couldn't prevent his destruction unlike the demon Demetria could get another mortal body and lived on ....
There's allot more but I don't want to bore you if it interests you then I might continue the story
Eventually I hope to make this into a manga.

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Jan 8, 2012
11:51 AM EST
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