Okay *takes deep breath* Well this is Brimstone when he was alive, and yes he looks much different. He wasn't such a bad guy, had a family and everything. He was your basic demon-soldier-hero-type guy. He was a great soldier but eventually was killed in battle. He was such a good soldier Genocide says to himself 'Hey, he might not be such a bad guy to have around.' (uh, I'm paraphrasing). So Brimstone became the first servant to Genocide (I'll have to explain the heirarchy thing later, just go with it for now). Genocide goes a little overboard with the amount of power he gave Brimstone (he was new at this kinda thing). Brimstone came out of the whole resurrection thing quite a bit buffer than before. This didn't add to the whole believability factor when he runs back to his family for a reunion. So Brimstone's driven out of his village by the people he used to protect. At first he tried whatever he could to convince them, but soon found it futile. Brimstone was made bitter over years of watching his family and friends from afar, and eventually outliving them, as he is immortal now. After the death of his family Brimstone's personality began to be more fitting to his new form. He became increasingly bitter and violent, to the point where Genocide regretted his decision to give him so much power. Over MANY years, Brimstone and Genocide developed a hatred for each other. The climax of these events was when Brimstone kidnapped one of Genocide's children to flush out Genocide. The two fought (as did Death) and Brimstone was defeated (thus his SECOND death), but Genocide's son did not survive this encounter. Hope that explains that situation. Any questions will probably inspire another picture to explain. *Phew* That was a long one.