The Bolsheviks were Rasputin's revolutionists when he sold his soul for the power to destroy the Romanov family, casting a revolution as revenge.
Soon after, for revenge, he sold his soul in exchange for a unholy reliquary, which he used to cast a curse on the family. Rasputin's revolutionists charged through the palace gates and caused destruction upon the palace, including overthrowing the statue of Nicholas II.
After the revolutionEdit
Rasputin's revolutionists, the Bolsheviks, manage to kill six of the Romanov family Czar Nicholas, Czarina Alexandra, Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana and Maria Nikolaevna and Tsarevich/Grand Duke Alexei Nikolaievich Romanov.
Soon afterwards, Russia was under communist rule, Marie returned to Paris and Anastasia, who is now called Anya, was sent to an orphanage.