A discussion about illustrating C. Kutalik's Domain Game rules at Hill Cantons reminded me of Noel Nisbet's illustrations from Cossack Fairy Tales and Folk Tales (1916). I think Nisbit's work is really evocative and fantastic plus there are the representations of various themes that I associate with the Domain Game-demonic beings, agriculture, horse trading, vampires, odd headgear, a winged Tsar, and a drum full of henchmen.
OUT OF THE DRUM MY HENCHMEN!
ALL MANNER OF EVIL POWERS WALKED THE EARTH
DANIEL WAVED HIS SWORD
HOW MUCH DO YOU WANT FOR THAT HORSE?
IVAN GOLIK DREW THE BOW
THE TSAR WENT OUT INQUIRING OF HIS PEOPLE
IF ANY HAD BEEN WRONGED
THE WIND CAME AND SWEPT ALL OF HIS CORN AWAY
THE GIRL DROVE THE HEIFER OUT TO GRAZE
THE TSARIVNA AROSE FROM HER COFFIN
THE RULERS OF HELL LAID HANDS UPON
THE OVERSEER STRAIGHT AWAY
HIS WIFE CARESSED AND WHEEDLED HIM
SUDDENLY SAINT PETER APPEARED TO HIM