"Africa, Blood and Guts"

Films: Albino (1976)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Jungle/Civilized area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: If there's one thing that's hideous about Africa, it's the rampant war and chaos that can erupt. Those who profit off of it all have a special place in Hell, that's for certain.

History: The Whispering Death was an albino resident of the South African lands known for being a particularly brutal black nationalist guerilla fighter. His favorite hobbies consisted of the usual rape n' pillaging warlords are known for. But then he destroyed the life of farmer Terrick, who would gladly go on an equally violent warpath just to get his revenge.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: Eventually, Terrick and the Whispering Death leave both of their armies dead. It ends with the terrorist on the run, only to be finally stabbed to death by his enemy. The Whispering Death's final act is to tell Terrick that killing him won't make it worth it, and he's right. Terrick's superiors shoot him to death after he loses his mind to the horrors of war.

Powers/Abilities: None

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-This monster of a warlord stands out for making violence-pursuing lost causes out of others. He knows war is Hell, and even if he dies doing it, he'll gleefully show you why. It doesn't help that he's unnaturally calm and unnerving to look at.

Trivia: -This film was shot on location during the Rhodesian Bush War, a Civil War that ended with Zimbabwe and Rhodesia fusing, and the former gaining its independence. It claimed over 20,000 lives, and influence another war that would kill over a million more: the Mozambican Civil War.

-This film was also known as "Whispering Death", "The Night of the Askari", and "Death in the Sun".

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Much better title, I'd say.
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