The starting point in the creation of the character became a classic for Western culture image of death which combines the black mantle, inherited from the ancient Greek personification of death - Thanatos, and the scythe from the Greek god of time Chronos.
The shape of the triangle was chosen for the silhouette of the character, which most clearly expresses the essence of the hero's hostile nature to the world around him. This form almost literally pierces the surrounding world by falling into it.
An additional element to the image of death were the bells on it's scythe. The idea of adding them was born from the fact that in Munich for more than a hundred years there was a tomb in which the person's hand was wrapped around with a cord from the bell because there were cases of delivery to the mortuary of living people who were mistakenly diagnosed with death by the doctors. I wanted to show that, as death approached someone alive, the bells would start ringing.