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Smuglyanka Sindrovyanka

Smuglyanka Sindrovyanka

Smuglyanka Sindrovyanka by TeeJay87
Smuglyanka Sindrovyanka by TeeJay87


As Russian Orthodox priests say, their homeland has been remaining under devil's rule since at least 1917. The holy men know what are they saying - there is a part of hell created especially for Russian communards and their Serbian and Bulgarian cousins, known as the Frozen Hell, where Bolshevik's souls receive proper reward for their atheism. The Frozen Hell is not just a place of eternal punishment - the native fiends serve in the Infernal Commissariat of Socialist Affairs and are often sent to the mortal world as advisors, teaching mortal fans of Stalin the most wicked and disgusting forms of atheism. Their mission is called "Socialist Advisory Command Moscow", SACM in short.

fiends have higher aspirations than just advising mortal drunkards from the Russian Communist Party - they simply take over the command on virtually any level. Sindri is one of those, who prefer to lead socialists personally instead of relying on not necessarily skilled taskmaster. Despite holding rank of Battalion Commissar (Major in NKVD/KGB/FSB forces), Behemoth's daughter has more mind and charisma than higher-ranked Bolsheviks she cooperates with under SACM plan. When combined with her demonic power, she does have more influence than mortal chekists can dream about.

Corruption of the Russian society helped Sindri much - she easily gathered around herself loyal thralls, mostly males charmed by her traits. Vladimir Paskudnikov and Dmitri Averellevych Dolt-on-Istov were the first, who pledged obedience to their commissar outta hell - Vova handed over his soul for sustained romantic relationship with his fiendish mistress, while Doltie traded his soul for the Bottle of Infinite Vodka and promotion to a commissioned officer rank.

In a normal army, E-5 Sergeant requires completing officer course followed by Warrant Officer service to gain subaltern rank, but the Russian Army has never been considered as "a normal army" - nor under Czarist regime, nor as the iron hand of Bolshevism and the mess remains till nowadays. The presence of SACM only deepens the chaos - it is commonly known fact, that Sindri had much to say about Doltie's quick promotion, even if there has already been at least one Russian NCO, who made rapid career in the Soviet Army. That individual is known as Mikhail Kalashnikov - ripping off Sturmgewehr 44 mechanism for Russian-styled mass production granted him a promotion from E-5 Sergeant to Major General.

Picture developed from , with Vova and Doltie added.

The Russian wolf is trying to woo his commissar with the most popular Russian love song , not without impressing her. The funniest fact is that Vova mentions "the devil's wheel" (Ferris wheel) to a she-devil commanding him. Sindri is literally commanding Vova to attack Warsaw, though this particular idiom also means a form of encouragement in slang Russian - apparently the fiendish commissar also has certain needs requiring male presence. And Doltie is enjoying the gifts he received from his fiendish political commander, who is also showing Doltie's considerable form of attention (In Soviet and modern Russia, a cat strokes you!) .

All the depicted members of the Russian communist party are dressed in Russian army fatigues, following regulations in typical Russian way (without diligence) :
- Vova wears officer jacket with (torn) tie and shirt introduced in early 1990s (before Yanayev's putsch) to tracksuit pants;
- Sindri's outfit is limited to KGB/FSB officer coat with proper insignia worn on her regular bikini (she hid her Stalinist amulet in a pocket);
- Doltie elected to wear M1970 officer jacket to similar tracksuit pants Vova carries on.
Our Bolshocks carry standard M1943 officer belts, composed of brass buckle with stamped Soviet star on a substitute leather, sturdy enough to carry the fuel of the proletariat behind it.

The depicted Muscovian prole-THRALL-ians and their "comrade majesty outta hell" belong to me.

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alitta2 on September 20, 2018, 12:55:22 AM

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alitta2Now I get the metaphor to devil upon the first segment of the description.
See, I just had to scroll lower a bit XD 

TeeJay87 on September 20, 2018, 8:18:32 AM

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TeeJay87Some of those jokes indeed require deeper research upon the Russian culture, but once you familiarize with it, it expands ideas for satire. ;)

Falconlobo on May 29, 2018, 9:38:46 AM

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Falconlobonice faces 

TeeJay87 on May 29, 2018, 12:41:40 PM

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Falconlobo on May 29, 2018, 2:55:48 PM

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TeeJay87 on May 30, 2018, 12:54:04 AM

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TeeJay87The title of this picture is a parody of Russian song written in 1940 - they're singing about Moldovan brunette ("Smuglyanka Moldovanka" in their mother tongue) in an orchard.

With such fur color, Sindri can also pass (more or less) as a brunette, don't you think ? ;)

Falconlobo on May 30, 2018, 12:55:04 AM

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TeeJay87 on May 30, 2018, 1:08:40 AM

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TeeJay87Especially since certain demoniac from Dungeons and Dragons also have two-color schemes, for example here - on page 99, there is a fiendish guy with white hair and black skin (scroll to the bottom). Sindri's color scheme was inspired by him.

Falconlobo on May 30, 2018, 1:14:01 AM

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Falconloboloads kind of slow  

TeeJay87 on May 30, 2018, 1:16:46 AM

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TeeJay87It's huge PDF file, those take time to load.