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Infernal Relics is the second expansion for the cooperative comic-book themed card game Sentinels of the Multiverse!
Infernal Relics is the second expansion for the cooperative comic-book themed card game Sentinels of the Multiverse!
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Infernal Relics Villain reveal...

Behold, the terrible Akash'bhuta!


As long as there has been a natural world, there has been Akash'bhuta. The spirit of chaos and destruction in nature, some ancient cultures revered her as a goddess, calling her "Mother Nature", but they were all destroyed by their own deity during their worship.  

She can manifest her physical form in any size, and take on the properties of any natural element, often appearing as a mountain among mountains, or as a vast hill of earth in a field. However, as much as she seems a natural creature, her very existence is destruction. She feeds off of ending life, thriving by bringing chaos and discord to places of order and harmony.

In the earliest records of civilization, there has always been mention of a champion of order who fights against the destructive ways of Akash'bhuta. However, Akash'bhuta seems to always persevere, and champions of order able to face down such a destructive force are few and far between...

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    1. Singlong1881 on May 1, 2012

      I was just making a joke (trash, earth, get it?) But I am interested who the dude is

    2. Aaron Bowyer on May 1, 2012

      @Mac: In a podcast Christopher said that she is the nemesis of the other hero on the box art who has not yet been named. He represents the order that opposes her chaos.

    3. Mac Harris on May 1, 2012

      Haka's nemesis maybe?

    4. Singlong1881 on May 1, 2012

      This is going to be the unrelieved Trashman's nemesis :P

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      Aaron Phillips on May 1, 2012

      Hah! Take that, treehuggers! That tree you just hugged is the Ender of All Things!

      So...wait....what does this mean as far as global warming in the multiverse?