Lech the Judge of kings

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Lech the Judge of kings

Author Comments

Lech is a large spirit that feast upon the souls of men,however the ones she really enjoys are the souls of rulers and kings.Upon feasting,Lech then declares all the ruthless and sinful deeds the king has done.In return she grants the townsfolk a year of prosperity and endless supplies to the kingdom but at a cost - every next ruler that sits on the throne becomes a ruthless and sinful king.And with that,Lech creates a endless cycle where the kingdom has no choice but to feed her until it completely falls apart

Now that the land has been ravaged and many kingdoms have either fallen or moved far away,Lech has slowly started to wither and has become overly aggressive,and will murder anyone who cant offer her the soul of a sinful king.


What is the name of your OC? The one standing there, like "Oh, yeah? You want the soul of a king? Well, I'm not giving you one, what do you think of that?"

ThePsychoSheep responds:

He's Ryan.A name so generic in contrast to all the long-ass fantasy names that everyone else has in the same world.

I'd suggest you start doing larger pictures. With the same amount of detail like this.

Nice art style! Love the background and atmosphere. The story really kicked it in.
This reminds me of some sort of Japanese art and I love it for it.

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4.72 / 5.00

Sep 13, 2016 | 10:42 AM EDT
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680 x 950 px
947.4 kb

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