Jan 08 2015

Succubi Image of the Week 364

A rather… fangish…image of a Succubus this week on the Tale. I’ve noticed there has been a lot of crossing over between Succubi and vampires of late, Morrigan Aensland is a large part of the inspiration for this I think. Personally I like more Succubi and a lot less vampire when this happens and this image I rather do like for that balance between the two…

Succubus by NeoArtCorE

Succubus by NeoArtCorE

This art of a Succubus is by an artist on DeviantArt called NeoArtCorE, you can find the original page I found this work on here and this artist’s page on DeviantArt is here.

There’s a lot I like, her tail is interesting, quite dangerous really, her horns look right on her as well. But it is the look in her eyes, that expression she has, the clothes she wears that as a whole makes her special I think.

I do admit that I could have done without her fangs, but they are small and barely noticeable, so that, thankfully for me at least, looks really right on her.

But honestly, that outfit really is giving me ideas about writing a medieval times story about a Succubi… Not like in Dungeons and Dragons mind you, but something… interesting…




  1. avatar

    With respect, Your Majesty, I doubt that there were a lot of bikinis worn, or even lingerie–even with armor bits–in Medieval times. Showing a lot of ankle or forearm would be scandalous.

    On the other hand, a succubus from the Medieval period, somehow transported through time into the modern age instantaneously, might really enjoy an outfit like this.

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    I’m a fan of the fangs! It adds a sexy bit of danger to her and fits along with her somewhat threatening tail. I also love that little bracelet she wears on said tail. I think the world needs more cute tail accessories.

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    Quite possible…


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