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Regime d'Enfer: Rule of Hell

Regime d'Enfer: Rule of Hell

by DSeven
Nobleman Colombe Vigile has recently lost his father to the internal politics of the city of Le Monde. Seeking to re-establish the prestige of his house and renew their legacy of helping the common folk, Col finds himself drawn to the status and flames of the Hellfire Club.
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Regime d'Enfer: Rule of Hell

Nobleman Colombe Vigile has recently lost his father to the internal politics of the city of Le Monde. Seeking to re-establish the prestige of his house and renew their legacy of helping the common folk, Col finds himself drawn to the status and flames of the Hellfire Club.

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Mondain Trivia #3
The templars and even the prince-electors of the Ketzer Empire have been entertaining rumors that Le Monde is a mad place, carved out of the corpse of the god Bacchus, who thirstily drinks the blood of its citizens in an effort to resurrect himself, using the nobles as his avatars. Indeed, this was the main reason the Godslayers had chosen to crusade against Le Monde.
Mondain Trivia #2
Don and I based Le Monde's architecture and general layout on Paris, Bordeaux, and Saint-Émilion: Paris for its tight alleys and monuments, Bordeaux for its wider areas, and Saint-Émilion for some of the larger buildings.
Mondain Trivia #1
The city of Le Monde is ruled by a hereditary aristocracy called "la Noblesse." Comprising only 1% of the city's populace and possessing legal powers and privileges that horrify other lands in their excess, they alone dictate the lives of over 2 million souls.
DSeven
February 13th, 2018
Hi, everyone! This is Seven, author of the comic. My partner, Don, handles the art. This is our first full-length comic, and as such, we're experimenting with lots of different styles and techniques. One of our major influences is Korean manwha, where the shadows are sometimes more important than the light of the image. We also drop lots of references to roleplaying and video games, because why not?
Seven here. This opening crawl was inspired by the RPG Regime Diabolique, from which I got many ideas concerning noble pastimes. The first panel was originally pitched by Don as being a torture room scene, but I figured we go with charred corpses for the opportunity to try cool effects.
Hi, everyone! This is Seven, author of the comic. My partner, Don, handles the art. This is our first full-length comic, and as such, we're experimenting with lots of different styles and techniques. One of our major influences is Korean manwha, where the shadows are sometimes more important than the light of the image. We also drop lots of references to roleplaying and video games, because why not?