Once Upon A Time On A Tired Battlefield, War Has Become Routine.

The War that would be over by Christmas 1914 drags on.


War on every front.

For those drenched in mud, War has become routine.

Atropos (from Greek Άτροπος, “without turn”), in Greek mythology, was one of the three Moirae, goddesses of fate and destiny. It was Atropos who chose the manner of death and ended the life of mortals by cutting their threads.

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Blood Trooper #1

A young Blood Trooper, wearing the signature colors of the Murder Corps. Entrenching tools are often used as melee weapons, their edges sharpened like axes.


“We went from door to door, looking for survivors. The village was a ghost town. No one lived here for some time. After we secured the perimeter, we moved deeper into the settlement until we reached the church, burned and crumbling at the very center of the village. And then we saw it. A mountain… Continue Reading →

Plague Trooper #3

“See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.” Ritualistic bandaging on the face indicates that the plague-stricken soldier was administered the last rites by a local priest, presumably at the early stages of the war when knowledge of the plague was limited.


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