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The end of Aya

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phlebas

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#65
Lovely art style! So minimalistic yet so practical.
"Now, it's time to pay the price! Hahaha!"

"You Roman bastards......Ahhhhhhhhh"

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Yes, a nice clean style of art, and the picture is a study in crux technique. Her limbs are tied, then nailed, her cornu lined up and ready for gravity to do its work. The girl herself can only grit her teeth, close her eyes and endure what they throw at her. Stretched, her abdominal muscles already tight, her thighs spread wide, the pain is just beginning.
That line of feet at the top is a nice touch, reminding us that this is all played out in full public view.
 
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#66
Yes, a nice clean style of art, and the picture is a study in crux technique. Her limbs are tied, then nailed, her cornu lined up and ready for gravity to do its work. The girl herself can only grit her teeth, close her eyes and endure what they throw at her. Stretched, her abdominal muscles already tight, her thighs spread wide, the pain is just beginning.
That line of feet at the top is a nice touch, reminding us that this is all played out in full public view.
her small frame really makes those nails look so powerful in her wrists. and I really like how they are using rope and nails at the same time, and the way they bind the bottoms of her feet to the wood so it pushes her knees up and out.
 

ruoliuming

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#71
Sadly, I do not think it is going to be possible. But I do have a feeling I will soon be joining her on a cross of my own.......................
The next day...

"Is that really you, Piper? Why are you here, on the cross like me?"

"I'm sorry, AYA. After you were arrested by Anthony, I sent for the help of the egyptian assassin. And then I found a good chance to kill Anthony. But that was a trap and I failed."

PS. Yes, The lovely and poor female assassin with long hair is painted according to member Piper Marie.:roflmao:

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#73
The next day...

"Is that really you, Piper? Why are you here, on the cross like me?"

"I'm sorry, AYA. After you were arrested by Anthony, I sent for the help of the egyptian assassin. And then I found a good chance to kill Anthony. But that was a trap and I failed."

PS. Yes, The lovely and poor female assassin with long hair is painted according to member Piper Marie.:roflmao:

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Lovely job on the assassin. Please add more of her.
 

fat slave girl

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#76
The next day...

"Is that really you, Piper? Why are you here, on the cross like me?"

"I'm sorry, AYA. After you were arrested by Anthony, I sent for the help of the egyptian assassin. And then I found a good chance to kill Anthony. But that was a trap and I failed."

PS. Yes, The lovely and poor female assassin with long hair is painted according to member Piper Marie.:roflmao:

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Much suffering for poor little Piper!
 

ruoliuming

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#77
In the story of 《Assassin's Creed: Origins》, when the Caesar was assassinated, Aya was the first to do it. But she received no reprisals and then she set up assassin organization in Rome.

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But in my story. At Caesar's funeral, Antony succeeded in uncovering Caesar was killed by an assassination. And angry Roman citizens attacked the assassins. Most of the members who participated in the assassination succeeded in escaping (The same with history). But Aya was seized by Roman citizens and handed over to Antony. He decided to crucify Aya to appease the public.

The day when Aya was crucified. A female assassin named Piper sent a letter of assistance to Aya's husband Bayek in Egypt. Then she found a good chance to kill Antony. But it was a trap and she was arrested. The next day, Aya had company.

When Bayek arrived from Egypt on the fourth day, Aya was dead. Bayek swore revenge on Antony. (I'm sorry I didn't paint Piper's end, because I added it temporarily. At that time I've already drawn the sketches of the finale. ):nusenuse:

More than a decade later, Bayek helped Octavius defeat Antony's army and assassinated Antony when he fled.

PS. Because my English is not good, I cannot write this idea as a novel, it is a pity.:shakehead:

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#78
In the story of 《Assassin's Creed: Origins》, when the Caesar was assassinated, Aya was the first to do it. But she received no reprisals and then she set up assassin organization in Rome.

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But in my story. At Caesar's funeral, Antony succeeded in uncovering Caesar was killed by an assassination. And angry Roman citizens attacked the assassins. Most of the members who participated in the assassination succeeded in escaping (The same with history). But Aya was seized by Roman citizens and handed over to Antony. He decided to crucify Aya to appease the public.

The day when Aya was crucified. A female assassin named Piper sent a letter of assistance to Aya's husband Bayek in Egypt. Then she found a good chance to kill Antony. But it was a trap and she was arrested. The next day, Aya had company.

When Bayek arrived from Egypt on the fourth day, Aya was dead. Bayek swore revenge on Antony. (I'm sorry I didn't paint Piper's end, because I added it temporarily. At that time I've already drawn the sketches of the finale. ):nusenuse:

More than a decade later, Bayek helped Octavius defeat Antony's army and assassinated Antony when he fled.

PS. Because my English is not good, I cannot write this idea as a novel, it is a pity.:shakehead:

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It's a great story that maybe you can expand on in the future to include more victims in it. Keep up the awesome work! Please feel free to use my likeness again in the future if you choose to, and I would love to see more of Aya as well. Hopefully next time we can see the two girls breath their last breaths on the cross before it ends.
 

Wragg

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#79
In the story of 《Assassin's Creed: Origins》, when the Caesar was assassinated, Aya was the first to do it. But she received no reprisals and then she set up assassin organization in Rome.

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But in my story. At Caesar's funeral, Antony succeeded in uncovering Caesar was killed by an assassination. And angry Roman citizens attacked the assassins. Most of the members who participated in the assassination succeeded in escaping (The same with history). But Aya was seized by Roman citizens and handed over to Antony. He decided to crucify Aya to appease the public.

The day when Aya was crucified. A female assassin named Piper sent a letter of assistance to Aya's husband Bayek in Egypt. Then she found a good chance to kill Antony. But it was a trap and she was arrested. The next day, Aya had company.

When Bayek arrived from Egypt on the fourth day, Aya was dead. Bayek swore revenge on Antony. (I'm sorry I didn't paint Piper's end, because I added it temporarily. At that time I've already drawn the sketches of the finale. ):nusenuse:

More than a decade later, Bayek helped Octavius defeat Antony's army and assassinated Antony when he fled.

PS. Because my English is not good, I cannot write this idea as a novel, it is a pity.:shakehead:

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:clapping::clapping::clapping::clapping::clapping::clapping:
 

Apostate

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#80
Three days ago, I received a letter of help from Rome in Alexandria. But when I got to Rome as fast as I could, I was still late.

Sorry, my dear. I won't let you leave me again this time and I promise someone has to pay for this!

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ruoliuming, don’t take this in bad part, but I’m sorry she wasn’t up there in unspeakable agony for a lot longer.

But I also have to say this is the best Descent from the Cross scene I’ve ever laid eyes on in crux art.
 

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