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Well, he looks like Rasputin, is a scheming cleric some regard as a 'holy man' and terribly difficult to kill.
But for a full-on Rasputin copy, the empress would have to be enamoured with him (and married to a bumbling half-wit, but I digress). Also so far there are no stories of scandalous liaisons with noblewomen. And he still needs to give the monarch's sickly son a 'miracle cure'.
So...at the moment the similarities seem to be surface level. The political set-up seems to have more in common with those rare occasions when the Patriarch of Moscow and all Rus was able to assert himself and become a competing figure to the Tsar instead of being a stooge (so pre-Peter the Great, since he abolished the office). Like Patriarch Nikon of Moscow. Or ironically the competition between Pope and Holy Roman Emperor.
Welcome back to the roster reveals for Total War: Warhammer III. The Blood God thirsts, the Skull Throne hungers, and the forces of Khorne venture to the battlefield for harvest. They are single-minded, bloody, and potent, defined by a distinct hatred of and resistance to magic. The cowardice of...
Khorne roster reveal! Surprised at the lack of mortal units, though I imagine they're saving the mortal stuff for the lord packs. Launch is very much daemon heavy!