Wow. Just wow. Amazing.
+1 to that! Those mountains are incredible!
Dante Alighieri? I've always liked the interpretation of Rodin's The Thinker where the subject is supposedly Dante at the gates of Hell, contemplating his poem, Inferno.
I finally read the circular band of text around the map, and found a few errors. For those of you who don't want to contort your head to read the text, here is the corrected version:
- IN THE REALM OF HELL THERE IS NO REST OR PEACE OR JOY. THERE IS ONLY PAIN AND SUFFERING AND LAMENT FOR ALL OF ETERNITY.
- BLOOD FLOWS STEADILY FROM THE CENTER OF HELL, FEEDING THE CRIMSON OCEAN, CONTINUOUSLY CHURNED BY THE ROTATION OF THE LANDMASS.
- THE INNUMERABLE HOST OF HIDEOUS DEMONS, WHOSE SOLE PURPOSE IS TO INFLICT CONSTANT AGONY, HEED THE ORDERS OF THEIR OVERLORD.
- SHOULD A SOUL EVER BECOME ACCUSTOMED TO THE TORTURE THEY RECIEVE, THEY ARE BANISHED TO A NEIGHBORING REALM FOR A NEW KIND OF PAIN.
Last edited by jkat718; 04-29-2014 at 03:29 PM.
You have "who's sole purpose," which should be "whose sole purpose." Who's is a conjunction meaning "who is," which precludes the use of the apostrophe when turning who into a possessive. Receive is misspelled as recieve (a misspelling that jkat ironically repeated). I didn't see any other errors, unless they refer to the lack of punctuation, which I took to be a stylistic choice.
I love the demonic parody of the Universal Man.
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