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Comrade Majesty and Her Cheeki-Breeki Retinue

Comrade Majesty and Her Cheeki-Breeki Retinue

Comrade Majesty and Her Cheeki-Breeki Retinue by TeeJay87
Comrade Majesty and Her Cheeki-Breeki Retinue by TeeJay87

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Sindri has presented Dolt-on-Istov and Paskudnikov to her mother - a demon-cat princess ruling the part of the Frozen Hell, where souls of Russian, Belorussian, Bulgarian, Serb and other Stalin-worshipping communists go in their afterlife as a reward for performing their hideous deeds. Lelth, the Czarina of the Cheeki-Breeki-Web Pits, became that much satisfied with Doltie's and Vova's corruption that she elected them as her mortal champions amongst humans and canines respectively. Granted with fiendish power armours and imbued with devilish hatred towards anyone and anything not supporting communism, those lost moujiks are willing to prove themselves to their new patron...


I have been planning to draw Sindri's and Vlondril's biological mother since at least October 2019. After quite a long research and concepts, the feline succubi czarina has been developed. I took inspiration for her design from a Dungeons & Dragons character called Lolth, the Spider Queen  https://forgottenrealms.fandom.com/wiki/Lolth
My character was named "Lelth" to make a reference to the D&D original.



All the depicted here characters belong to me.

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Category Cartoons » Crossovers Media Digital drawing or painting
Date Submitted Time Taken 8 months
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Falconlobo on June 20, 2020, 7:04:23 AM

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Falconlobocool and creepy 

TeeJay87 on June 21, 2020, 3:35:26 AM

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TeeJay87Thanks, it's supposed to be like that.

If you read any of R.A. Salvatore's novels about Drizzt Do'Urden and their spin-offs, those also have quite creepy chapters (especially The War of the Spider Queen series), not to mention bolshocks having their own creepy customs (including cannibalism, which was quite common during the Great Famine of the late 1930s and amongst people forcibly settled to Siberia).


One could say that Russians from the Vyerkhuskha (elites of their society) are like dark elves from Dungeons and Dragons: Forgotten Realms and Greyhawk campaign settings, especially with their devotion to evil (Stalin and the Dark Seldarine, respectively), customary treachery, violent militaristic culture, abuse of the weaker, and despise of the human life's value.

Falconlobo on June 21, 2020, 4:15:40 AM

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Falconlobonot really