Escort to Hell

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Escort to Hell

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Sorry if my english is bad, i live in Germany!

The Grimataur, always surrounded by a shiny aura, is the herald of the Devil. He was created of the Devil, who wanted his own personal grim reaper, who is bringing souls down to hell, after he collected them. In contrast to the grim reaper, the grimataur attacks people even if they are not meant to die. Most of the time he is wandering graveyards for forgotten souls he could take with him and offer them to the devil. He seems calm and gently if you see him in the distance, but if he sences your apperience and hasnt obtained enough souls, he will start hunting you. Even if he looks really strong and muscular, he somehow fears the Grim Reaper, because he isnt able to obtain his soul. However both grim creatures are fighting sometimes for a soul, witch isnt meant to go with the grimataur.
The Grimataur is a pure nightmare for the People who are scared of the Grimreaper.

Sometimes he leaves souls behind, but this only happens with pure souls, witch are following the Grimataur his whole way through the Graveyard. They want to stop him taking the other souls, but this will never happen because they cant get his attention. This is because the Grimataur has no eyes, he can only see barely with his sent. The devil wanted him to see only the important - souls he can obtain. This is also why he leaves great destruction if he is hunting a human, because he cant really see obstacles.

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Oct 22, 2015 | 2:40 PM EDT
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