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13th Aug '17 2:52:26 PM ACW
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*** [[InsaneAdmiral Laszlo]], mainly from ''Hammers of Fate'', is the new commander of the troops of the Griffin Empire appointed by Biara disguised as Isabel. When first introduced, he demands the rebel leaders surrender, and when one of the peasants informs him that the peasants are supporting the rebels and their Elven allies, Laszlo burns him and his entire village alive. Laszlo then tortures an old war comrade to get Prince Andrei's location, and is envious and disgusted that Freyda will be commander, as he sees her as not understanding his version of war. When Freyda goes to negotiate with the dwarves for Andrei's return, Laszlo attacks the dwarves in the hope that the dwarves will kill Freyda, and also simply to fulfill his bloodlust, only stopping when Biara-as-Isabel [[PrsgmaticVillainy negotiates a peace]]. When Laszlo discovers Freyda has rebelled, he orders Godric to be executed while he engages the rebel leaders in battle. A sadistic BloodKnight, Laszlo shows that even a knight of the Griffin Empire can be a complete and remorseless [[TheSociopath sociopath]].

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*** [[InsaneAdmiral Laszlo]], mainly from ''Hammers of Fate'', is the new commander of the troops of the Griffin Empire appointed by Biara disguised as Isabel. When first introduced, he demands the rebel leaders surrender, and when one of the peasants informs him that the peasants are supporting the rebels and their Elven allies, Laszlo burns him and his entire village alive. Laszlo then tortures an old war comrade to get Prince Andrei's location, and is envious and disgusted that Freyda will be commander, as he sees her as not understanding his version of war. When Freyda goes to negotiate with the dwarves for Andrei's return, Laszlo attacks the dwarves in the hope that the dwarves will kill Freyda, and also simply to fulfill his bloodlust, only stopping when Biara-as-Isabel [[PrsgmaticVillainy [[PragmaticVillainy negotiates a peace]]. When Laszlo discovers Freyda has rebelled, he orders Godric to be executed while he engages the rebel leaders in battle. A sadistic BloodKnight, Laszlo shows that even a knight of the Griffin Empire can be a complete and remorseless [[TheSociopath sociopath]].
13th Aug '17 2:47:39 PM ACW
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*** [[InsaneAdmiral Laszlo]], mainly from ''Hammers of Fate'', is the new commander of the troops of the Griffin Empire appointed by Biara disguised as Isabel. When first introduced, he demands the rebel leaders surrender, and when one of the peasants informs him that the peasants are supporting the rebels and their Elven allies, Laszlo burns him and his entire village alive. Laszlo then tortures an old war comrade to get Prince Andrei's location, and is envious and disgusted that Freyda will be commander, as he sees her as not understanding his version of war. When Freyda goes to negotiate with the dwarves for Andrei's return, Laszlo attacks the dwarves in the hope that the dwarves will kill Freyda, and also simply to fulfill his bloodlust, only stopping when forced to. When Laszlo discovers Freyda has rebelled, he orders Godric to be executed while he engages the rebel leaders in battle. A sadistic BloodKnight, Laszlo shows that even a knight of the Griffin Empire can be a complete and remorseless [[TheSociopath sociopath]].

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*** [[InsaneAdmiral Laszlo]], mainly from ''Hammers of Fate'', is the new commander of the troops of the Griffin Empire appointed by Biara disguised as Isabel. When first introduced, he demands the rebel leaders surrender, and when one of the peasants informs him that the peasants are supporting the rebels and their Elven allies, Laszlo burns him and his entire village alive. Laszlo then tortures an old war comrade to get Prince Andrei's location, and is envious and disgusted that Freyda will be commander, as he sees her as not understanding his version of war. When Freyda goes to negotiate with the dwarves for Andrei's return, Laszlo attacks the dwarves in the hope that the dwarves will kill Freyda, and also simply to fulfill his bloodlust, only stopping when forced to.Biara-as-Isabel [[PrsgmaticVillainy negotiates a peace]]. When Laszlo discovers Freyda has rebelled, he orders Godric to be executed while he engages the rebel leaders in battle. A sadistic BloodKnight, Laszlo shows that even a knight of the Griffin Empire can be a complete and remorseless [[TheSociopath sociopath]].
13th Aug '17 2:46:33 PM ACW
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*** [[InsaneAdmiral Laszlo]], mainly from ''Hammers of Fate'', is the new commander of the troops of the Griffin Empire appointed by Biara disguised as Isabel. When first introduced, he demands the rebel leaders surrender, and when one of the peasants informs him that the peasants are supporting the rebels and their Elven allies, Laszlo burns him and his entire village alive. Laszlo then tortures an old war comrade to get Prince Andrei's location, and is envious and disgusted that Freyda will be commander, as he sees her as not understanding his version of war. When Freyda goes to negotiate with the dwarves for Andrei's return, Laszlo attacks the dwarves in the hope that the dwarves will kill Freyda, and also simply to fulfill his bloodlust, only stopping when "Isabel" negotiates a peace. When Laszlo discovers Freyda has rebelled, he orders Godric to be executed while he engages the rebel leaders in battle. A sadistic BloodKnight, Laszlo shows that even a knight of the Griffin Empire can be a complete and remorseless [[TheSociopath sociopath]].

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*** [[InsaneAdmiral Laszlo]], mainly from ''Hammers of Fate'', is the new commander of the troops of the Griffin Empire appointed by Biara disguised as Isabel. When first introduced, he demands the rebel leaders surrender, and when one of the peasants informs him that the peasants are supporting the rebels and their Elven allies, Laszlo burns him and his entire village alive. Laszlo then tortures an old war comrade to get Prince Andrei's location, and is envious and disgusted that Freyda will be commander, as he sees her as not understanding his version of war. When Freyda goes to negotiate with the dwarves for Andrei's return, Laszlo attacks the dwarves in the hope that the dwarves will kill Freyda, and also simply to fulfill his bloodlust, only stopping when "Isabel" negotiates a peace.forced to. When Laszlo discovers Freyda has rebelled, he orders Godric to be executed while he engages the rebel leaders in battle. A sadistic BloodKnight, Laszlo shows that even a knight of the Griffin Empire can be a complete and remorseless [[TheSociopath sociopath]].
13th Aug '17 2:30:28 PM ACW
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*** [[InsaneAdmiral Laszlo]], mainly from ''Hammers of Fate'', is the new commander of the troops of the Griffin Empire appointed by Biara disguised as Isabel. When first introduced, he demands the rebel leaders surrender, and when one of the peasants informs him that the peasants are supporting the rebels and their Elven allies, Laszlo burns him and his entire village alive. Laszlo then tortures an old war comrade to get Prince Andrei's location, and is envious and disgusted that Freyda will be commander, as he sees her as not understanding his version of war. When Freyda goes to negotiate with the dwarves for Andrei's return, Laszlo attacks the dwarves in the hope that the dwarves will kill Freyda, and also simply to fulfill his bloodlust only stopping when ''Isabel'' negotiates a peace. When Laszlo discovers Freyda has rebelled, he orders Godric to be executed while he engages the rebel leaders in battle. A sadistic BloodKnight, Laszlo shows that even a knight of the Griffin Empire can be a complete and remorseless [[TheSociopath sociopath]].

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*** [[InsaneAdmiral Laszlo]], mainly from ''Hammers of Fate'', is the new commander of the troops of the Griffin Empire appointed by Biara disguised as Isabel. When first introduced, he demands the rebel leaders surrender, and when one of the peasants informs him that the peasants are supporting the rebels and their Elven allies, Laszlo burns him and his entire village alive. Laszlo then tortures an old war comrade to get Prince Andrei's location, and is envious and disgusted that Freyda will be commander, as he sees her as not understanding his version of war. When Freyda goes to negotiate with the dwarves for Andrei's return, Laszlo attacks the dwarves in the hope that the dwarves will kill Freyda, and also simply to fulfill his bloodlust bloodlust, only stopping when ''Isabel'' "Isabel" negotiates a peace. When Laszlo discovers Freyda has rebelled, he orders Godric to be executed while he engages the rebel leaders in battle. A sadistic BloodKnight, Laszlo shows that even a knight of the Griffin Empire can be a complete and remorseless [[TheSociopath sociopath]].
13th Aug '17 12:34:06 PM ACW
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*** [[InsaneAdmiral Laszlo]], mainly from ''Hammers of Fate'', is the new commander of the troops of the Griffin Empire appointed by Biara disguised as Isabel. When first introduced, he demands the rebel leaders surrender, and when one of the peasants informs him that the peasants are supporting the rebels and their Elven allies, Laszlo burns him and his entire village alive. Laszlo then tortures an old war comrade to get Prince Andrei's location, and is envious and disgusted that Freyda will be commander, as he sees her as not understanding his version of war. When Freyda goes to negotiate with the dwarves for Andrei's return, Laszlo attacks the dwarves in the hope that the dwarves will kill Freyda, and also simply to fulfill his bloodlust only stopping when ''Isabel'' negotiates a peace. When Laszlo discovers Freyda has rebelled, he orders Godric to be executed while he engages the rebel leaders in battle. A sadistic BloodKnight, Laszlo shows that even a knight of the Griffin Empire can be a complete and remorseless [[TheSociopath sociopath]].
1st Aug '17 8:15:39 AM ACW
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*** Alaric, from the ''Hammers of Fate'' and ''Tribes of the East'' add-ons, is the new [[SinisterMinister Archbishop of the Griffin Empire]], the leader of the Red Church, and The Dragon to Biara disguised as Queen Isabel. "Isabel" appoints Alaric as Archbishop and the leader of the Red Church, and he very rapidly shows himself to be [[TheFundamentalist an absolute fanatic]]. Ruining negotiations with rebel leaders when they [[PsychoSupporter disrespected his "Saint"]], Alaric endorsed a policy proposed by Laszlo to burn and kill off entire villages simply because some of them were helping the rebellion. He nearly orders the rebel leader Duncan executed for mocking Isabel, and is only stopped because killing him will make him a martyr. Upon recovering Prince Andrei, Alaric abandons their allies to be slaughtered by the rebellion, and orders anyone who disrespects Isabel to be executed. After killing Andrei, Alaric routs the Orcs and kills their Warchief, but then departs the battle when he is ordered to meet with "Isabel", leaving his soldiers to be slaughtered. When Biara is exposed as a demon, Alaric goes completely insane and kills anything he encounters, believing it to be a demon. A fanatical KnightTemplar, Alaric shows that even a follower of Elrath can be an irredeemable monster.
31st Jul '17 1:55:17 AM ACW
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*** [[ObviouslyEvil Kha-Beleth]], the [[SatanicArchetype Demon Sovereign]], is the BigBad of this game, the GreaterScopeVillain in the expansions, and the secret antagonist of ''VideoGame/DarkMessiah of Might and Magic''. Kha-Beleth's main aim during the game is to kidnap Queen Isabel and force her to bear a child that is half human and half demon. Kha-Beleth [[TheChessmaster initiates a war]] with the Griffin Empire to accomplish this objective. When the Demon Lord Agrael, who has betrayed the Sovereign, defeats Erasial, Kha-Beleth executes him. Kha-Beleth sends Biara to join forces with the purged Agrael, now Raeleg, and infiltrate his ranks. Kha-Beleth sends reinforcements to the Soulscar Clan, [[WeHaveReserves expecting them to be slaughtered]]. Kha-Beleth then takes advantage of Markal's invasion of Irollan to send Biara to get the scroll and kill Tieru, wanting revenge on the Dragon Knight for interfering. When Godric, Raeleg, Zehir, and Findan attempt to perform the Rite of True Nature, Biara summons Kha-Beleth and kidnaps Isabel, taking her to Sheogh. Once Isabel is secured, he [[MedicalRapeAndImpregnate rapes her]], and uses his magic to age the child up to force her to deliver it early. When Raeleg arrives, Kha-Beleth reveals he raped Isabel and [[EvilGloating gloats to him]] about it. Upon being defeated, Kha-Beleth flees, and needing time for his son to escape tells Biara to create a distraction that the factions will have to spend time fighting her, and when Biara and most of the armies of Sheogh are destroyed, Kha-Beleth writes it all off as acceptable losses. Years later when Sareth is knocked unconscious, Kha-Beleth reveals his lineage and orders him to release him. Should Sareth choose to imprison him for eternity, Kha-Beleth will scream and curse him. Evil, smug, and a {{sadist}}, Kha-Beleth will do anything to escape his prison and destroy the world, even if it means starting a war just to rape a woman to bear a child.

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*** [[ObviouslyEvil ***[[ObviouslyEvil Kha-Beleth]], the [[SatanicArchetype Demon Sovereign]], is the BigBad of this game, the GreaterScopeVillain in the expansions, and the secret antagonist of ''VideoGame/DarkMessiah of Might and Magic''. Kha-Beleth's main aim during the game is to kidnap Queen Isabel and force her to bear a child that is half human and half demon. Kha-Beleth [[TheChessmaster initiates a war]] with the Griffin Empire to accomplish this objective. When the Demon Lord Agrael, who has betrayed the Sovereign, defeats Erasial, Kha-Beleth executes him. Kha-Beleth sends Biara to join forces with the purged Agrael, now Raeleg, and infiltrate his ranks. Kha-Beleth sends reinforcements to the Soulscar Clan, [[WeHaveReserves expecting them to be slaughtered]]. Kha-Beleth then takes advantage of Markal's invasion of Irollan to send Biara to get the scroll and kill Tieru, wanting revenge on the Dragon Knight for interfering. When Godric, Raeleg, Zehir, and Findan attempt to perform the Rite of True Nature, Biara summons Kha-Beleth and kidnaps Isabel, taking her to Sheogh. Once Isabel is secured, he [[MedicalRapeAndImpregnate rapes her]], and uses his magic to age the child up to force her to deliver it early. When Raeleg arrives, Kha-Beleth reveals he raped Isabel and [[EvilGloating gloats to him]] about it. Upon being defeated, Kha-Beleth flees, and needing time for his son to escape tells Biara to create a distraction that the factions will have to spend time fighting her, and when Biara and most of the armies of Sheogh are destroyed, Kha-Beleth writes it all off as acceptable losses. Years later when Sareth is knocked unconscious, Kha-Beleth reveals his lineage and orders him to release him. Should Sareth choose to imprison him for eternity, Kha-Beleth will scream and curse him. Evil, smug, and a {{sadist}}, Kha-Beleth will do anything to escape his prison and destroy the world, even if it means starting a war just to rape a woman to bear a child.
30th Jul '17 12:43:43 PM hopeshalllive
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*** [[ObviouslyEvil Kha-Beleth]], the [[SatanicArchetype Demon Sovereign]], is the BigBad of this game, the GreaterScopeVillain in the expansions, and the secret antagonist of ''VideoGame/DarkMessiah of Might and Magic''. Kha-Beleth's main aim during the game is to kidnap Queen Isabel and force her to bear a child that is half human and half demon. Kha-Beleth [[TheChessmaster initiates a war]] with the Griffin Empire to accomplish this objective. When the Demon Lord Agrael, who has betrayed the Sovereign, defeats Erasial, Kha-Beleth executes him. Kha-Beleth sends Biara to join forces with the purged Agrael, now Raeleg, and infiltrate his ranks. Kha-Beleth sends reinforcements to the Soulscar Clan, [[WeHaveReserves expecting them to be slaughtered]]. Kha-Beleth then takes advantage of Markal's invasion of Irollan to send Biara to get the scroll and kill Tieru, wanting on the Dragon Knight for interfering. When Godric, Raeleg, Zehir, and Findan attempt to perform the Rite of True Nature, Biara summons Kha-Beleth and kidnaps Isabel, taking her to Sheogh. Once Isabel is secured, he [[MedicalRapeAndImpregnate rapes her]], and uses his magic to age the child up to force her to deliver it early. When Raeleg arrives, Kha-Beleth reveals he raped Isabel and [[EvilGloating gloats to him]] about it. Upon being defeated, Kha-Beleth flees, and needing time for his son to escape tells Biara to create a distraction that the factions will have to spend time fighting her, and when Biara and most of the armies of Sheogh are destroyed, Kha-Beleth writes it all off as acceptable losses. Years later when Sareth is knocked unconscious, Kha-Beleth reveals his lineage and orders to release him. Should Sareth choose to imprison him for eternity, Kha-Beleth will scream and curse him. Evil, smug, and a {{sadist}}, Kha-Beleth will do anything to escape his prison and destroy the world, even if it means starting a war just to rape a woman to bear a child.

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*** [[ObviouslyEvil Kha-Beleth]], the [[SatanicArchetype Demon Sovereign]], is the BigBad of this game, the GreaterScopeVillain in the expansions, and the secret antagonist of ''VideoGame/DarkMessiah of Might and Magic''. Kha-Beleth's main aim during the game is to kidnap Queen Isabel and force her to bear a child that is half human and half demon. Kha-Beleth [[TheChessmaster initiates a war]] with the Griffin Empire to accomplish this objective. When the Demon Lord Agrael, who has betrayed the Sovereign, defeats Erasial, Kha-Beleth executes him. Kha-Beleth sends Biara to join forces with the purged Agrael, now Raeleg, and infiltrate his ranks. Kha-Beleth sends reinforcements to the Soulscar Clan, [[WeHaveReserves expecting them to be slaughtered]]. Kha-Beleth then takes advantage of Markal's invasion of Irollan to send Biara to get the scroll and kill Tieru, wanting revenge on the Dragon Knight for interfering. When Godric, Raeleg, Zehir, and Findan attempt to perform the Rite of True Nature, Biara summons Kha-Beleth and kidnaps Isabel, taking her to Sheogh. Once Isabel is secured, he [[MedicalRapeAndImpregnate rapes her]], and uses his magic to age the child up to force her to deliver it early. When Raeleg arrives, Kha-Beleth reveals he raped Isabel and [[EvilGloating gloats to him]] about it. Upon being defeated, Kha-Beleth flees, and needing time for his son to escape tells Biara to create a distraction that the factions will have to spend time fighting her, and when Biara and most of the armies of Sheogh are destroyed, Kha-Beleth writes it all off as acceptable losses. Years later when Sareth is knocked unconscious, Kha-Beleth reveals his lineage and orders him to release him. Should Sareth choose to imprison him for eternity, Kha-Beleth will scream and curse him. Evil, smug, and a {{sadist}}, Kha-Beleth will do anything to escape his prison and destroy the world, even if it means starting a war just to rape a woman to bear a child.
30th Jul '17 11:05:13 AM ACW
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** ''[[VideoGame/HeroesOfMightAndMagicAshan Heroes of Might and Magic V]]'': [[EvilSorcerer Markal]], who also appears in ''[[VideoGame/MightAndMagicClashOfHeroes Clash of Heroes]]'', is an evil {{necromancer}} who, learning that King Nicolai is dead, schemes to gain the trust of his grieving love, Queen Isabel, and raise Nicolai as a vampire lord. Marching to the Griffin Empire, he defeats a rebel army and [[ManipulativeBastard persuades Isabel]] that he can resurrect Nicolai, [[MoralEventHorizon knowing fully well what the result will be]], and persuades her to attack the Wizards. Slaughtering the wizards who stand in his way, Markal restores the citadel of Lorekeep and ransacks the town of Hikm to gain the Amulet of Necromancy. Vowing to reunite the Vampire's Garment, Markal storms into the Silver Cities, turning the Wizard cities into Necropolises and converting the citizens--[[WouldHurtAChild including children]]--into undead puppets for him to throw away as he sees fit. After killing Cyrus to gain the Ring of the Unrepentant, Markal kidnaps Freyda, Godric's daughter, when he rebels. Once Nicolai is resurrected as a Vampire, Markal decides to take [[TyrantTakesTheHelm command of the Griffin Empire]], and he immediately orders Nicolai to [[KickTheDog attack Irollan]], leading to the deaths of thousands of Elves, including their king Alaron. After Zehir breaks Godric out of prison, they attack Markal at his citadel and, after a close battle with the necromancer, defeat him. He tells them that killing him will ensure he can return, [[EvilLaugh laughing all the while]]. When Zehir burns his corpse to ensure that cannot happen, Markal decides to get revenge on Zehir and lures him into the Ring of the Unrepentant, hoping [[GrandTheftMe to take control of his body]]. [[AmbitionIsEvil Ambitious]], power-hungry and vengeful, Markal will do anything to further his desire for power and gain revenge on those who wrong him.

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** ''[[VideoGame/HeroesOfMightAndMagicAshan Heroes of Might and Magic V]]'': [[EvilSorcerer V]]'':
***[[ObviouslyEvil Kha-Beleth]], the [[SatanicArchetype Demon Sovereign]], is the BigBad of this game, the GreaterScopeVillain in the expansions, and the secret antagonist of ''VideoGame/DarkMessiah of Might and Magic''. Kha-Beleth's main aim during the game is to kidnap Queen Isabel and force her to bear a child that is half human and half demon. Kha-Beleth [[TheChessmaster initiates a war]] with the Griffin Empire to accomplish this objective. When the Demon Lord Agrael, who has betrayed the Sovereign, defeats Erasial, Kha-Beleth executes him. Kha-Beleth sends Biara to join forces with the purged Agrael, now Raeleg, and infiltrate his ranks. Kha-Beleth sends reinforcements to the Soulscar Clan, [[WeHaveReserves expecting them to be slaughtered]]. Kha-Beleth then takes advantage of Markal's invasion of Irollan to send Biara to get the scroll and kill Tieru, wanting on the Dragon Knight for interfering. When Godric, Raeleg, Zehir, and Findan attempt to perform the Rite of True Nature, Biara summons Kha-Beleth and kidnaps Isabel, taking her to Sheogh. Once Isabel is secured, he [[MedicalRapeAndImpregnate rapes her]], and uses his magic to age the child up to force her to deliver it early. When Raeleg arrives, Kha-Beleth reveals he raped Isabel and [[EvilGloating gloats to him]] about it. Upon being defeated, Kha-Beleth flees, and needing time for his son to escape tells Biara to create a distraction that the factions will have to spend time fighting her, and when Biara and most of the armies of Sheogh are destroyed, Kha-Beleth writes it all off as acceptable losses. Years later when Sareth is knocked unconscious, Kha-Beleth reveals his lineage and orders to release him. Should Sareth choose to imprison him for eternity, Kha-Beleth will scream and curse him. Evil, smug, and a {{sadist}}, Kha-Beleth will do anything to escape his prison and destroy the world, even if it means starting a war just to rape a woman to bear a child.
*** The aforementioned Biara is TheDragon to Kha-Beleth, and TheHeavy of the expansions. A {{sadist}}ic [[HornyDevils succubus]] who serves as Kha-Beleth's spy and infiltrator, Biara killed Abbess Beatrice and took her place to lure Isabel into a trap, and then [[EvilGloating gloated about it]], before killing Knight Tomas, showing sadistic glee at the thought of killing him. Biara, secretly working for Kha-Beleth, then proceeds to accompany Agrael, and threatens one of the demon lords with torture to maintain her ruse, scaring him enough to talk. Biara meets up with the purified Raeleg and launches a brutal campaign against her old allies the Soulscar, massacring them. Biara gloats to her pursuers whenever she is cornered since she has leverage to ensure that they cannot kill her, enabling her to survive after killing Tieru, and she stalls for time so Kha-Beleth can finish raping Isabel. In the expansions, Biara is given free reign by Kha-Beleth to distract the major factions from finding the Demon Messiah and impersonates Isabel, and appoints several corrupt officials, and initiates power struggles and civil wars in several factions, resulting in countless lives lost. When her façade is exposed, Biara, after sacrificing Prince Andrei to alter the Heart of the Griffin, summons demons to take over Talonguard resulting in them rampaging and killing innocent civilians. When cornered, Biara taunts the heroes pointing out the damage she inflicted will be excruciating to repair. Biara uses her orders to gain pleasure from killing people, showing herself to be an utter psychopath who [[TheDreaded terrifies her fellow demons]].
***[[EvilSorcerer
Markal]], who also appears in ''[[VideoGame/MightAndMagicClashOfHeroes Clash of Heroes]]'', is an evil {{necromancer}} who, learning that King Nicolai is dead, schemes to gain the trust of his grieving love, Queen Isabel, and raise Nicolai as a vampire lord. Marching to the Griffin Empire, he defeats a rebel army and [[ManipulativeBastard persuades Isabel]] that he can resurrect Nicolai, [[MoralEventHorizon knowing fully well what the result will be]], and persuades her to attack the Wizards. Slaughtering the wizards who stand in his way, Markal restores the citadel of Lorekeep and ransacks the town of Hikm to gain the Amulet of Necromancy. Vowing to reunite the Vampire's Garment, Markal storms into the Silver Cities, turning the Wizard cities into Necropolises and converting the citizens--[[WouldHurtAChild including children]]--into undead puppets for him to throw away as he sees fit. After killing Cyrus to gain the Ring of the Unrepentant, Markal kidnaps Freyda, Godric's daughter, when he rebels. Once Nicolai is resurrected as a Vampire, Markal decides to take [[TyrantTakesTheHelm command of the Griffin Empire]], and he immediately orders Nicolai to [[KickTheDog attack Irollan]], leading to the deaths of thousands of Elves, including their king Alaron. After Zehir breaks Godric out of prison, they attack Markal at his citadel and, after a close battle with the necromancer, defeat him. He tells them that killing him will ensure he can return, [[EvilLaugh laughing all the while]]. When Zehir burns his corpse to ensure that cannot happen, Markal decides to get revenge on Zehir and lures him into the Ring of the Unrepentant, hoping [[GrandTheftMe to take control of his body]]. [[AmbitionIsEvil Ambitious]], power-hungry and vengeful, Markal will do anything to further his desire for power and gain revenge on those who wrong him.
23rd Apr '17 2:49:21 PM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: From the fourth game, [[FallenHero Kalibarr]], once TheMentor to Gauldoth, got separated from him, but Gauldoth frees Kalibarr from prison years later. Having all his previous good qualities gone, Kalibarr starts with sending his old apprentice on dangerous missions in hopes of getting rid of him. Later, Gauldoth learns that Kalibarr was worshiping a GodOfEvil and under his orders, he wanted to [[OmnicidalManiac destroy the whole world]]. He also [[WouldHurtAChild kidnapped many children]] from the kingdom, fully intending to use them as {{human sacrifice}}s to his God.

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* CompleteMonster: From the fourth game, CompleteMonster:
**''Heroes of Might and Magic IV'':
[[FallenHero Kalibarr]], once TheMentor to Gauldoth, got separated from him, but Gauldoth frees Kalibarr from prison years later. Having all his previous good qualities gone, Kalibarr starts with sending his old apprentice on dangerous missions in hopes of getting rid of him. Later, Gauldoth learns that Kalibarr was worshiping a GodOfEvil and under his orders, he wanted to [[OmnicidalManiac destroy the whole world]]. He also [[WouldHurtAChild kidnapped many children]] from the kingdom, fully intending to use them as {{human sacrifice}}s to his God.God.
** ''[[VideoGame/HeroesOfMightAndMagicAshan Heroes of Might and Magic V]]'': [[EvilSorcerer Markal]], who also appears in ''[[VideoGame/MightAndMagicClashOfHeroes Clash of Heroes]]'', is an evil {{necromancer}} who, learning that King Nicolai is dead, schemes to gain the trust of his grieving love, Queen Isabel, and raise Nicolai as a vampire lord. Marching to the Griffin Empire, he defeats a rebel army and [[ManipulativeBastard persuades Isabel]] that he can resurrect Nicolai, [[MoralEventHorizon knowing fully well what the result will be]], and persuades her to attack the Wizards. Slaughtering the wizards who stand in his way, Markal restores the citadel of Lorekeep and ransacks the town of Hikm to gain the Amulet of Necromancy. Vowing to reunite the Vampire's Garment, Markal storms into the Silver Cities, turning the Wizard cities into Necropolises and converting the citizens--[[WouldHurtAChild including children]]--into undead puppets for him to throw away as he sees fit. After killing Cyrus to gain the Ring of the Unrepentant, Markal kidnaps Freyda, Godric's daughter, when he rebels. Once Nicolai is resurrected as a Vampire, Markal decides to take [[TyrantTakesTheHelm command of the Griffin Empire]], and he immediately orders Nicolai to [[KickTheDog attack Irollan]], leading to the deaths of thousands of Elves, including their king Alaron. After Zehir breaks Godric out of prison, they attack Markal at his citadel and, after a close battle with the necromancer, defeat him. He tells them that killing him will ensure he can return, [[EvilLaugh laughing all the while]]. When Zehir burns his corpse to ensure that cannot happen, Markal decides to get revenge on Zehir and lures him into the Ring of the Unrepentant, hoping [[GrandTheftMe to take control of his body]]. [[AmbitionIsEvil Ambitious]], power-hungry and vengeful, Markal will do anything to further his desire for power and gain revenge on those who wrong him.
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