Name: Expunged from records
Alias: The bloodless flagellant
Gender: Unknown has a female voice however
Affiliation: Atlantis empire (currently), Cult of Dionysus (formerly)
The flagellant's body is hewn from the same stone used to create the automatons and machines of Atlantis, as a result of this they no longer can eat or drink, nor do they have to. That being said they can still feel pain and no longer have access to the intoxication of wines to block it out.
To further taunt/humiliate the flagellant their body contains a large amount of fertile soil from which grape vines grow and entangle them. This frankly bizarre punishment means that the bloodless flagellant is always carrying some food on them all while crushed grapes leak into a basin, aging in the sun and becoming a potent wine which they may never have the joy of drinking.
Bacchant combat madness
As a Maenad the flagellant knows how to rip and tear apart those who they do not see eye to eye with. In order to prevent such psychotic rampages the thin arms of the bloodless flagellant are forever clutching the basin-urn which carries the wine they can never taste.
A large and heavy clay urn with a flared out funnel-top The inside of the urn is lined with copper like an ancient cooking pot.
Apperance: A tall thin stone statue of a woman, riddled with cracks and covered in vines that erupt from their back, hands permanently enclosed around a large basin-urn. Faint magical light occasionally emirates from the cracks when there is little to no light present.
Bio: The bloodless flagellant has had their identity stripped away from them after committing some heinous act in a Bacchant ritual (most likely involving the dismemberment of one or more people, due to their feminine appearance and voice they believe that they were a Maenad priestess prior to having their mind incarcerated within this stone prison.