Sergei Sergeivich Solomko (1867-1928)
(Found @ The Cabinet of the Solar Plexus)
"As villains tend to be defined by their vices, it's only natural then, that female villains would gravitate towards vanity." TV TROPES: Vain Sorceress
|Demi Moore: Modern Sorceress|
The first time I had opened the Grimoire, a sickly scent clung to its leaves. It evoked memories of events I was unable fully to recall. Frustratingly elusive they were yet persistent; and, as I turned again in memory the faded leaves with their sprawling graphs and cyphers, they seemed to conjure some indefinable madness. Many were inscribed with impressions of distorted, vaguely human figures and what appeared to be aimlessly meandering maps. They were drawn in a dark coloured substance, with signs and place-names (?) picked out in scarlets and greens. There were also semblances of human heads set upon grotesquely arachnoid bodies - all in a warped perspective recalling a Caligari backdrop.
|Map by Tim Kirk|
|Map by G. R. Hager|
|Map by Porter|
|Map by Lin Carter|
|I bought this in an alternate reality.|
|V 2 with Jamesway bargain bin fauxthenticity.|
|Exterior view of my fastness at night. The farm animals love|
|The heart of the fastness. Where I build stuff and keep my shiny|
|The portal I keep in my cellar.|
|A river of lava in the Nether. All portals lead to this place.|
You can build portals there too that lead back to the Overworld.
I've got a little network of 'em.
|A cove not far from my fastness.|
|A cavern system. Remember to pack a crapload of torches. It's|
easy to get lost down there.
|Partially inspired by Zardoz (1973)|
|Scene from "The Other Tarts" (Episode 18a)|
|"It Came from the Nightosphere" (E. 14a)|
|"Dungeon" (E. 10b)|
|"City of Thieves" (E. 7a)|
|"Blood Under the Skin" (E. 15b)|
|"Story Telling" (E. 16a)|
|Avert thine gaze, fool.|