Kahlan from "The Sword of Truth" fantasy novels by Terry Goodkind This picture shows Kahlan on the night she led the young soldiers against Jagang's pillaging army. She had come across them in the cold foggy night before their raging emotions and desire for vengeance could lead them to their death. She talked sense into them and showed them how they could get their revenge by using guerilla tactics. They stripped down to nothing and covered their bodies in soot and ash taking on the semblances of ghosts while all through the night they hit the dimly lit areas of the enemy camp. Surprised and afraid the enemy fell under their blades.At the end of the night, Kahlan and the young men were all exhausted and wounded but they'd had their revenge.About the Drawing:I tried to capture the look of too much blood and death in one night on Kahlan's face. It should seem to be a bit of a void expression. She's also wielding the Sword of Truth but I portrayed it a bit different than if has been in the past. I used the fog from the story on the lower half of the picture to keep the ratings down and I suppose make the drawing more viewable to most audiences.Her left hand should also give the impression that she finds the feel of caked blood a bit unpleasent.