Enyo Model Sheet


Enyo was born into the most notorious criminal syndicate that ever existed within Sora city, they called themselves the Oleander family ( also they prided themselves in being international criminals). Established by her parents ,this family proceed to be known for their overbearing brutality accompanied their vast amounts of wealth, making them the most feared syndicate at the time, they were literally untouchable, and no one dared to challenge them. Whether it was violent extortion methods or being the prime catalyst for cultivating a multi-billion dollar smuggling industry, Enyo was fully rooted in a life of crime at a very young age. Her dedication and commitment to the family drove her to be a fierce leader and a cold blooded killer, no amount of bloodshed or collateral damage appeared wrong to her, as long as it was for the good of her family,It was during this period she earned the nickname "demon" on account of all her heinous acts against the people of the city.
But unfortunately this path Enyo and her parents walked eventually caught up with them and the rest of the family. Due to power struggles, and internal politics, the family got torn asunder, everything Enyo ever loved and cared about was taken away from her in a matter of seconds and she was left to die, chalk it up to greed and hatred. Now all shes left with is crippling guilt for all the wrong shes done, the burden of re-establishing the family from the ground up,and thirst for revenge. Struggling to find her purpose in this universe again, the people of Sora summed Enyo up the best "shes a demon that has lost her place in this world."

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Looks promising indeed!

JayBezzy responds:

thanks man !

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4.49 / 5.00

Aug 14, 2017
4:49 PM EDT
File Info
4500 x 2500 px
4.5 MB

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