Stories from across the realms of existence tell of a tall, dark and enigmatic warrior, who wields a weapon that can shift forms at its masters whim, and wields devastating magic, the likes of which only the highest ranked military leaders of the Holy Seraphim and the Legions of hell. A warrior who possesses great skill in all forms of melee martial arts, and the cunning and brutal efficiency of a master tactician, who renders all who would dare oppose him, low, battered, and dead.
But there lies a contradiction with many, if not all of the stories told about this warrior. In one form or another, he is portrayed as a hero of sorts, but in others, he is portrayed as a villain.
So which side does this warrior align with?
According to him.... "Neither... the moral high ground has no place in my being, not any more... For the villainy claim... I couldn't be any more insulted as to even be compared to those whom a weak mind would call a villain. I am not one to toy with my enemies, and will crush all opposition that would dare bring itself against me, even if it wouldn't even have the chance to reach for its sword. That is what makes me greater than some lapdog of a villain. As for the hero claim, once again I cannot help but feel insulted by being branded as a being of high moral stature. I observe absolutely no limitations, and as such, my victory is not a hope, but a certainty. That is what makes me more efficient than some high and haughty moralist of a hero."
In the eyes of a weak mind, learning this about such a beings moral standing is utterly terrifying, but also, to the few who would try to oppose him, learning this only steels your resolve to 'do good' by protecting those who would be victims of such a being.
To those who do not fear this warriors lack of moral standing, you might see this knowledge as a way to challenge yourself, to advance your own gains in the greater inter dimensional realms, to perhaps build your own followings and legends...
But this warrior, this Lich-King... Is no push over... "and if you can't bring your best, you were never worth the fight..."
The Eye of Horrors: Many mortals from all walks of life have bragged about how nothing can scare them into submission, force them to retreat, or strike them with utter terror. One such warrior was an Elven knight, who was proclaimed to have all the defining characteristics of her people, great physique, amazing combat skill, and a crack of a whip intellect. This knight challenged Dionysus to a one-on-one fight, claiming that she would be the one to bring him to his knees. As the fight progressed, the Elven knight made one fatal flaw, she looked directly into Dionysus' left eye, the Eye of Horrors. Upon looking into it her mind was assailed by countless horrid tortures, not of just seeing these horrors, but also having the experience of such horrors be imprinted in her mind forever. After a moments peace, the Elven knight was a trembling wreck of the once proud warrior she used to be.
Dionysus' Messer: A seemingly regular looking blade, this weapon has its own secret identity, one that only its master can control at will. The weapon itself actually has no inherent shape, and as such it can be morphed from its pommel all the way to its sharpest tip, into any melee weapon, whether it be a mace, an axe, a maul, a whip, or even a spear. The weapon can also split itself, creating two identical, yet smaller, versions for use in both hands. Without a doubt, this weapon, no matter its origin, is as versatile as the one who wields it.
Magic: When it comes to knowing various types of spells and incantations, Dionysus is not lacking. Having challenged and beaten many arcane maesters from hundreds of realms, Dionysus has made certain that his magical talent is not easily surpassed. From resurrection spells and combative magic based in all elements, to reality bending and apocalypse classed spells and rituals, Dionysus is a power house where magical ability is concerned.