Feb 20 2015

A Review of the The Demon’s Consort Series by Sadie Wilder

The Demon's Consort 1 - Summoned by Sadie Wilder

The Demon’s Consort 1 – Summoned by Sadie Wilder

A rather too short series for review today on the Tale called The Demon’s Consort, written by Sadie Wilder. It’s too short in length of each part and it’s too short in how many parts there are. The thing about writing a series is that one needs to create the universe the series is set in, introduce the characters, and then tell the story.

In this case, I feel like the author should have combined these two works into a single book and then continued onwards.

The first book:

  • Title: The Demon’s Consort 1 – Summoned
  • Author: Sadie Wilder
  • Length: 13 Pages
  • ASIN: B00JNWUPAQ
  • Publishing Date: April 12, 2014
  • This work at Amazon.com

The work tells of:

After a long search Anna has finally found a new home, but when she gets curious about some abandoned items left behind by the previous owner, all hell breaks loose. She unleashes a sexy demon, and a side of herself she never knew existed.

Anna finds a new home, does a little bit of fixing up. But then she finds a necklace, then some books which lead towards her summoning a demon. And get gets more than she bargained for. Her life, and herself changes, but at what cost?

Forras is the demon of this work and in a way he is an Incubus, but as well he seems to have other aspects as well. He obviously is dominant in nature, has what appears to be a touch of mind control powers and plays Anna to the point where she gives herself to him. Following this, Anna is transformed into a Succubus, looking mostly like herself but with little touches like horns, a forked tongue and some rather interestingly described eyes. Anna’s transformation and discovery of her new self is quite good and she asks an important question that isn’t answered in the first work, but is, somewhat, in the second.

The majority of this first book tells of Anna’s past and then the first encounter she has with Forras, which is a hot little piece of bathtub erotica. Her second encounter with Forras is a bit more violent in nature and, as a whole, was told well, but seemed somewhat bland at times. Most of the heat in the work comes in the first encounter and the second tips slightly into the horror aspect of things that seemed to be a shame.

While the characters are well described and have their own voices, there are several word errors in the work that bothered me. “They’re” instead of “Their” for one at a rather important point towards the end of the work. For those that enjoy stories of tentacle erotica, the scenes have a lot of heat in them and they are, for me at least, some of the better Incubus erotica moments I’ve read in a while.

But it is short. The buildup and ground work to set up the series was needed of course, but it felt like when the story moved on developing the characters went to the side and that was a shame as I would have liked to know more about the two of them.

I’ll give this work three out of five pitchforks.

The Demon's Consort 2 - Seduced

The Demon’s Consort 2 – Seduced

Once transformed into a Succubus, the question that must be faced is how much of your humanity survives? Are you now utterly dark and evil or are you still, somewhere, human inside?

What happens to your sense of right and wrong when you can make of that anything you want? And what happens when you find out that what you thought was real… isn’t.

The second work is:

  • Title: The Demon’s Consort 2 – Seduced
  • Author: Sadie Wilder
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 17 Pages
  • ASIN: B00JNXE1RS
  • Publishing Date: April 12, 2014
  • This work at Amazon.com

The work tells of:

After inadvertently summoning a Demon, Anna finds herself transformed to his Succubus consort. She’s still adjusting to this completely different life, and tests her new mind control powers out on a sexy, female coworker. Things take a turn for the worse when the Demon tries to include her in his hellish games.

Anna’s new life isn’t quite as wonderful as she thought. She finds a hunger inside and when she is told how to deal with it, finds that not an easy thing to do… At least until she tries to continue with her human life and finds temptation all around her.

The intriguing part of this work came in how Anna had to deal with being a Succubus and everyone around her wanting her. The elevator scene did make me smile, but what I thought was the hottest part of this work was when she was in her office and encountered a friend who fell under Anna’s influence.

That scene has some very hot mind control aspects to it which turned things up a bit more. But with that came Anna trying to deal with her new form, her Succubus features, and how she could feed upon her friend. The conflict as that unfolded added to the heat, but more added to her character. Anna seems to know right from wrong and she is trying to keep her humanity in the face of Forras and the powers that he has given her.

That conflict continues when Anna returns home and has to face Forras and someone from the first book. That scene, while having heat in its own way, was less so for Forras being so dominating and trying to push Anna into doing something she wasn’t interested in. That conflict ebbs and flows through the latter part of the work and lines are being drawn between these two. I have an idea where that will go, and I hope it does.

I enjoyed this work more than the first because it was more about Anna dealing with what she has become, what she can do, and the aftermath of that. It told more about her character, her will, herself. The erotica was very hot with the mind control aspects of the story very well told. More, there wasn’t any editing errors that caught me and that helped a lot as well.

The problem comes in how controlling and overwhelming Forras turns out to be. It wasn’t at all unexpected really, and what’s more bothersome is how much a bully he is in this story. That has a lot to do with Anna not being under his control. That frustration starts to be taken out on her and that sort of thing never does anything for me. I understand that is part of the story and will make a difference… I hope. But… I didn’t enjoy it much.

I’ll give this work four out of five pitchforks.

Better than the first book, though the dark turn isn’t all that unexpected really. Still, that leads to more story and that always is promising.

There is a third work in this series called Corrupted, but at the time of this review, it had not been released. I will be looking for it, I hope that it will be what I think it should be, but like all stories you never quite know what happens next.

It should be interesting.

 

Tera

Feb 19 2015

Succubi Image of the Week 370

An adorably cute image of a Succubus for this week’s image. She’s cute, has a lovely smile, dresses really nice and… she carries a huge pitchfork. None of these things is a bad thing.

Succubus by Namami0309

Succubus by Namami0309

This work is by an artist on DeviantArt called Namami0309. You can find the original page I found this work here and this artist’s page is here as well on DeviantArt.

This is just such a cute drawing in so many ways… The corset, boots, her hair, that slightly too large pitchfork, but especially her expression is just so perfectly right. The little wisps of hair are a neat little touch that I think bring a lot of personality to her.

I like her horns quite a lot, I do wish she had a tail, but no wings, those just wouldn’t seem right for her I think.

The overall pose and background framing give me the impression that she’s on a stage or something like that, standing in the spotlight and captivating her audience… Which is exactly what a Succubus should do shouldn’t she?

Really one of my favourite Succubi images of the year so far…

 

Tera

Feb 18 2015

The right costume accessories matter… This does not.

Sexy Red Devil Acccessory KitI believe in making the best costume you possibly can. It matters to me that the right pieces are drawn together to make things look the best they can be. I have, many times I know, talked about the right horns, tail, or pitchfork… But what I found really isn’t any of those by any means that I can see…

This is called the Sexy Red Devil Costume Horns Tail Wings Demon Acccessory Kit and it comes with, of course, everything you see in the image here… It sells for $20 US.

And, of course, there is absolutely nothing in this that I like, not that is a surprise to anyone that reads my frequent rants about costumes I think.  I suppose that some might like part of this, or all of it… Or be needing to make a costume in a hurry and choose this.

But I won’t.

Zero out of five pitchforks.

It’s not that hard to make accessories better… So why not do so?

 

Tera

Feb 17 2015

A Review of The Black Pit by Kurt Schiffer

The Black Pit by Kurt Schiffer

The Black Pit by Kurt Schiffer

I’ve never been one to enjoy many horror stories. Brutality does nothing for me at all. When that goes so far over the top to be, as a whole, a caricature it becomes a lot harder for me to deal with.

If a story manages to have some kind of story that keeps my attention, or a Succubus appears that is interesting to me, then that helps. The problem is when the entire story is unpalatable and the Succubus even more so considering who she is supposed to be.

Perhaps I don’t quite understand the point of the story or what the author is trying to say. It’s entirely possible that I missed the point of this work… But somehow I don’t think in the grand scheme of things it really matters that I didn’t get it.

  • Title: The Black Pit
  • Author: Kurt Schiffer
  • Length: 82 Pages
  • ASIN: B00HAN5OPG
  • Publishing Date: July 4, 2014
  • This work at Amazon.com

The story tells of:

A man with evil urges sells his soul to Satan in return for earthly power and wealth. After many years of abuse and depravity the man decides he no longer wishes to honour the deal and travels into the Black Pit of Hell in order to steal back the Soul Contract.
He meets a debauched female who travels with him. They share extreme insanity, depravity and lust…

A man tells the tale of a deal with the devil, the life led, and an attempt to get out of the deal at a very high cost with the help of the succubus Lilith.

As a whole this is a very violent, brutal work tending towards being more horror and violence than anything else. That theme runs through every moment of the work, it never pauses, and as a result there really aren’t any characters to like all that much.

The main character, and when his name finally is spoken, is a rather silly thing and it does reflect I think on the author’s own political leanings, but I won’t get into that. Through the story his views, his thoughts, really everything about him tends towards a mixture of fear, lust, and need.

And the core of all of that comes to Lilith whom the main character soon meets when he enters Hell. At the beginning of the work, I thought how she was described, her actions, and her attitude worked quite well. But as the story when on, she became a characture of  herself, becoming more violent, brutal, and simply evil more than anything else. That was a shame as at the beginning she was a strong female domme character, but as the story went on she lost the poise she had in the beginning and turned into a creature of sex and not a lot more than that.

I can’t say that I enjoyed the work all that much because at some point all of the suffering, abuse and so forth gets old, the story tends not to go anywhere and the promise there seemed to be at the beginning of the work just vanished into thin air.

The erotic moments didn’t do anything for me and really the erotica there was focused on torture, abuse and more. None of this does anything for me and as such there was little heat to be seen.

One and a half out of five pitchforks.

I’m not sure what the point of this story was in the end, I expected more from the book blurb and I didn’t see that. Those that enjoy horror with a odd sense of humour might enjoy this work, but I honestly could not.

 

Tera

Feb 16 2015

Family by TeraS

Today, in my part of the universe, is called Family Day, and it’s an important day for me. I had hoped that an image I wanted would be ready, but it isn’t … so I will share that another time. But I have a story to share …

My family means more to me than I can say, and I can never really put into words how important all of them are … This story is for my Sis Rachel, who I hold with me always, hope for every day, and wish, more than words can share …

 

Family
By TeraS

 

It is well known that Tera, Queen of the Succubi, Monarch of the Realm, is a Red Tail. Some call her love “fiery,” in that it burns brightly and tells of how much she cares about those that she loves. The red of her tail reflects that love, that caring, that complete belief, love, and compassion that she has for her family in all things.

What is not as well known is that the many of Tera’s sisters are Blue Tails. Blue Tails are known for their devotion above all. They know that Tera’s love for them is complete and total, will never waver, never change, never end. She will love from afar and from close by, holding them and seeing in them all of the things that they cannot quite see in themselves. Perhaps it is not a surprise that so many of them are Blue Tails, then, for knowing Tera’s love gives them the knowledge that, no matter what happens, Tera will love them and be with them even in their darkest hours …

When asked why she gives of her love so freely, so completely, Tera has been known to smile and say: “Family.”

It was the middle of winter in the Realm; the snows were quite heavy this year, having covered the Realm in a deep blanket of white that stretched out as far as the eye could see. Most residents of the Realm were at home, bundled up, keeping warm in whatever ways they enjoyed … save for one of the succubi who was trudging through the snow, her boots making crunching noises as she walked. She was bundled up, head to toes, even having a tail cozy to protect her tail.

Her name was Rachel. She was a blue tail, and Tera’s cherished little sister.

As Rachel crested the last hill, Tera’s home came into view, and she paused there for a moment, thinking about turning around and going back the way she came. But then she saw something that changed her mind: Tera was waiting for her at the bottom of the hill. She could tell it was Tera, of course, being that the Queen was her sister: the red she was wearing, tail cozy and all, were not needed to tell the Blue Tail who it was.

When she reached the bottom of the hill Tera hugged her tightly—or at least as tightly as one cold being bundled up against the cold: “Welcome home, Sis.”

Rachel’s reply was muffled by her scarf, but it was clear that she was tired and, seeing that, Tera guided Rachel the last part of the way home. Once inside, she quickly stripped off her things and then helped Rachel with her own. Feeling that she had been a burden, Rachel looked at her big sister: “I’m sorry, Sis.”

Tera furrowed her brow a bit, then tucked a few strands of Rachel’s hair back into place: “What are you sorry about, Sis?”

“I’m sorry that you were waiting for me outside. I made you worry, and …”

Tera tapped a finger against Rachel’s nose: “I waited for you, Sis, because I knew you were coming. I wasn’t about to just sit inside here and wait for you. It was not a problem to go out and find you, to bring you home.”

Tera helped Rachel put her things away but when the big sister asked if the little sister wanted something to eat, the answer was: “I think I’d just like to go lay down, Sis. Just … tired.”

Tera could tell it was something more than that, but, instead of pressing about it, she hugged Rachel warmly: “Okay … Goodnight, Sis. I’ll see you in the morning, okay?”

Rachel put up a wan smile: “Sure, Sis. Love you.”

Tera smiled and kissed Rachel’s forehead: “Love you always and always, Sis.” She watched Rachel walk down the hallway to her room, the one that Tera had given her for her own, and then disappeared, the door closing behind her softly.

Rachel woke up in the middle of the night and stared at the ceiling, thoughts and worries swirling in her mind as they always did: the worry about disappointing her sister, the fear of messing up, making a mistake, doing something that would upset Tera. She wondered if the problem was herself. She didn’t look like Tera and that started her thinking about how Her Majesty looked, how she was … who she was. She thought about how she looked, how she dressed, and wondered if the way to making Tera happy was to be more like her.

She got out of bed and left her room, stopping a moment later outside of Tera’s own. She looked inside to see her sister asleep in bed, curled up under the covers. There was a small nightstand beside her bed and Rachel could see a framed photograph there under the nightlight. The picture was of the two of them, big sister making bunny ears with her fingers over little sister’s head and she doing the likewise. Rachel nibbled at the inside of her cheek, remembering when the picture was taken, what she felt then, and the worries that she had now.

She turned away moments later to go back to her room, and didn’t see that Tera had been watching from the darkness, her expression a worried one.

The following morning, Tera was making some hot chocolate in her kitchen: two cups, ready to share with her sister. She plucked a bit of fuzz from her red sweater and smiled. She wasn’t going out today, but instead was going to spend the day with her sister. The sound of footsteps from the hallway made her call out: “I’m in the kitchen, Sis! Almost have the hot choc ready!” She finished up things as the footsteps entered the kitchen and stopped.

“Um … Hi, Sis.”

When Tera looked over her shoulder to where Rachel stood she found herself looking at a troubled sister, her blue tail wrapped loosely around her right leg. Tera faced Rachel and leaned against the counter: “Sis … What’s wrong?”

Rachel was fidgeting with her hands and looking at the floor: “I’m not good enough … can’t be … Nothing like you are.”

Rachel didn’t see Tera brush the fingertips of her right hand over her lips, but she did hear Tera’s own footsteps as they moved across the floor, walking over to her: “You don’t have to be more like me, Sis. You never have to be or do anything but be you.”

Rachel was close to tears, the tremble in her voice telling the tale: “I’m not good enough, Sis. I’m a mess, I make you worry, I screw up so much, and …”

Tera took Rachel’s hand in her own: “That’s not true. I love you. That doesn’t change. It never can.”

“But … someday I’ll do something wrong to disappoint you. I try to be more like you, but I can’t.”

Tera pulled a chair out from the kitchen table and settled into it, putting her eyes at the same level as Rachel’s: “Sis? Please, look at me.”

When she did, it was clear that she had been crying—her eyes red, cheeks wet, and, while she tried to look Tera in the eyes, the guilt inside kept making her look elsewhere.

Tera didn’t make Rachel look at her. Instead she just talked while still holding her little sister’s hand in her own, brushing a fingertip lightly over Rachel’s hand: “I know it’s hard, Sis. It’s hard to see in yourself that you are any good. It’s hard to see that inside sometimes.”

The breath that Rachel drew was long and shuddering, but she didn’t try to take her hand away: “It’s more than that, Sis.”

“Want to tell me about it? You don’t have to.”

Rachel looked at Tera now: “I worry about hurting you … hurting others. I worry about screwing up, messing up. I worry about how everyone sees me, what they say behind my back.”

“Sis … Do you remember the first thing I said to you? When we first met?”

“I love you.”

“And when I asked if we could be family?”

“I love you.”

“And when you became one of the Succubi? When you first swished that tail of yours?”

“I love you.”

“And the words we say always to each other?”

“I love you.”

“Sis … those aren’t just three words. They matter. They are three words that you can’t take back, can’t erase, can’t say don’t matter.”

Rachel was crying now: “But I’ve hurt you, Sis. I know I have.”

“It doesn’t hurt to love you. It doesn’t hurt to care about you, worry about you. It isn’t a burden to say hi, wave, or give you a hug. It doesn’t because … well … it just doesn’t.”

Rachel shook her head: “No, Sis: I know I hurt you when I make a mistake or am stupid or …”

Tera brushed her other hand over Rachel’s cheeks: “That doesn’t hurt, Sis. We all make mistakes or are stupid, sometimes … Even me.”

“No, Sis. Not you. You’re perfect.”

Tera smiled: “Oh I’m not perfect; far from it. But, you know, there’s something that reminds me every day what ‘perfect’ is.”

“Not me.”

Tera brushed her fingers over Rachel’s lips: “Yes, it is you. You remind me every day how perfect it is to love my sister. How perfect it is to see her smile, to share a hug, to make her feel better.”

“Isn’t perfect, Sis.”

“Okay … What do you think is perfect, Sis?”

Rachel was quiet for a time, thinking about that question. Then the answer came with a shrug: “I don’t know.”

Tera squeezed Rachel’s hand a bit tighter: “I do. The love of our family is perfect. The devotion we have for each other is perfect. Nothing can ever take that away, not in the darkest of times, not in the worst of moments. It always will be.”

A sniffle: “Can’t be perfect, Sis. I can’t even try to look like you and make it right.”

“But that’s the point Sis. You are … you. You aren’t meant to be exactly like me. You’re meant to be who you are. Everyone loves you for … you.”

“Still worried about what everyone thinks. I know that they see everything that’s wrong in me.”

“Sis … that’s the little voice in your thoughts that plays on you all of the time. It nibbles away at your worth, your self, and it tries to beat you down. Don’t be fooled. Everyone has that voice inside of them.”

A whisper: “Sometimes it’s really bad, Sis.”

“It is.”

Rachel looked up: “No, Sis, you don’t understand. It hurts so much and …”

Tera let go of Rachel’s hand and guided her to sit with her on the chair: “I understand that. I see you in pain at times. I can see the hurt in your eyes, hear it in your voice. I wish that I could take that pain away. I’m willing to take that all inside of me for your sake.”

Rachel flinched a little: “Then I am hurting you.”

“No, you aren’t hurting me. I worry, I hope. I try to make you smile, to make you feel better about yourself. I hope for a little smile, a bit of light to come back inside to make you feel better. I remember the joy when you tell me you feel okay. I see the smile. I hear the laughter and giggles when you are happy, Sis.”

Rachel laid her head against Tera’s chest and sighed: “You … I …” A breath, then she continued: “I love you.”

Tera didn’t say anything for a while, just holding her sister and waiting for her to try to continue. When she didn’t, Tera spoke: “Family doesn’t have to say we love each other. But we do, because, sometimes, we need to know that someone does love us, to remember the words spoken, to know that each one was heartfelt and real.”

“I know, Sis. I love you so much …”

Tera’s tail twined with Rachel’s: “We’ll get through this, Sis, and all of the things that come. You’ll never be alone, because you have our family with you.”

“Okay, I’ll remember, but … it’s hard.”

“I’m not going anywhere. Promise.”

Rachel hugged Tera tightly: “May I ask you somethin’?”

“Always.”

“How do you keep from freezing when you wear that skimpy outfit of yours?”

Tera laughed: “Lots of hot choc. Come on. Let’s make another batch.”

The two sisters spent the rest of the day sitting by the window, watching the snow fall, and talking. Tera curled up on the couch, Rachel there beside her, and there were many, many mugs piled on the table nearby.

But, most importantly, and most of all, the day was spent together as the family they were and would always be.

Feb 15 2015

A Review of Dangerous Desire Episode 1 and 2 by Jennifer Hampton

Dangerous Desire Episode 1: The Secret written by Jennifer Hampton

Dangerous Desire Episode 1: The Secret written by Jennifer Hampton

It always bothers me when I find a series of books that have Succubi appearing in them and just before things become really interesting… the series comes to a halt. It is especially bothersome when there are so many interesting threads to explore and they aren’t quite so. More so when the entire theme of the series seems to reflect… in a small way… a certain television series.

Setting that thought aside, the tease, and really it is a tease because this series hasn’t gone any further is very interesting and has a lot of promise…

It is a shame that promise has never unfolded. There are two works in the series, and I will be reviewing them together…

The first:

  • Title: Dangerous Desire Episode 1: The Secret
  • Author: Jennifer Hampton
  • Publishing Date: November 1, 2012
  • Length: 22 Pages
  • ASIN: B00A0VFNCO
  • This work at Amazon.com

The work tells about:

Sandra is blessed with a beauty that you can only imagine. However, her beauty is also her curse. Her beauty draws men to her with a mere wink, but it’s not for love; it’s lust. The lust is what Sandra feeds on-literally. Sandra isn’t human; it’s something she inherited from her late mother.

Forced to discover her true nature on her own has had it’s consequences. Sandra has taken the life of man, something that’s not tolerated in the human world. With the help of her father, Sandra flees the country in hopes that she will be able to start over. She lands in Paris, attending school abroad. Little does Sandra know, that’s exactly where her father wants her. Quickly, Sandra learns that Paris is a safe haven for those like her, and it is with the help of her eccentric human roommate Katrina, that she will be able to enjoy the wonders of her true self.

However, dangers also lie in Paris. The others can sense Sandra’s powers and there’s only on other Succubus in the world like her; Sandra’s mother. Now that Sandra knows that her mother is actually alive, Sandra will do anything to find her; however, the others see personal gain in her unique abilities.

Dangerous Desire Episode 2: The First Night written by Jennifer Hampton

Dangerous Desire Episode 2: The First Night written by Jennifer Hampton

The second work in the series follows immediately in time from the second work. While the first introduces the main characters, the second is more focused on the society of Succubi, and likely Incubi, that exist in Paris.

The thing is that the work sets up something, but ends before the story can follow through on it. There is a certain amount of danger for Sandra… But where that takes her isn’t revealed save for a little teaser at the end of this work.

That more than anything else is what frustrates me the most…

The second:

  • Title: Dangerous Desire Episode 2: The First Night
  • Author: Jennifer Hampton
  • Publishing Date: November 1, 2012
  • Length: 20 Pages
  • ASIN: B00A0KHS0U
  • This work at Amazon.com

The work tells about:

Sandra’s first night in Paris serves more productive than she thought it would be. While in a Vampire Club, she runs into a beautiful bartender named Milly who’s also a fairy. It’s at that very moment that she discovers her true origin… Sandra’s a Succubus.

However, Sandra quickly learns that Vampires don’t get along with Succubi and she’s not welcome there. Caught in Sandra’s crossfire, Katrina is banished from the one place she’s worked years to gain acceptance too.

Katrina shouldn’t fret though; there’s more in this for her if she helps Sandra. There’s a problem though… Sandra’s getting hungry and discretion is rule number one for her kind in this town but; Sandra doesn’t know how to properly feed. Can Katrina get Sandra in the right company before Sandra’s cravings get the best of her?

Overall the situation that Sandra finds herself in I found to be interesting. There are hints of things about her past that are troubling. They also remind me of a certain Canadian television series with a Succubus in it. Setting that aside, I rather liked the contrast between the vampire society and that of the Succubi and, if only guessed at, Incubi.

It is the contrast between the brutal and the seductive. More interestingly is that the two sides, apparently, do not interact, if at all. I would have liked to know more about that divide, why it was and what it meant. Then comes the question of Sandra, her abilities and what that means for her. The question of Sandra’s mother, why she did what she did, why her father did the things he did and so on There are so many plot threads in this work set out in these two short works, but really none of them are settled or placed on a path.

The writing is very good, the actions, thoughts and dialogue all match the individual characters. But the clearest voice is Katrina’s I think, her reactions to what happens around her and so on. Sandra seems to be quite lost from the first moment she appears, and that takes a little bit away from her. As she gains her bearings in this world, and it is tenuous here, she does settle more and her own voice is much stronger for that.

By the end of these works, there is a cliffhanger that appears, which would be interesting to see as it would be the first time we see Sandra feed, not that she has much of a choice really for everything that has happened to her.

As well, there is a very mysterious fairy that can tell if someone is telling the truth and she reminds me of another being that was a dear friend of a certain magic user and her Succubus…

I’m giving these works three and a half out of five pitchforks.

There is a lot to like about the setting, the world of the Succubi and Katrina and Sandra themselves. I just wish that the lead up would have resolved into a payoff. There is so much promise here and… it just stops before that happens…

 

Tera

Feb 14 2015

A YouTube of the Lost Saga Succubus

Interestingly, at least to me, is that Succubi seem to be appearing in a lot more video games of late. I came across a YouTube that shows a game called Lost Saga and what is described as a Succubus in it. Now the video isn’t all that good to tell what she looks like, but there are wikis about this game and I found a nice image of her… I rather like her a lot…

And if the video doesn’t play on the Tale, try this link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZR7hcOqbjdo

As I mentioned, the video itself really doesn’t show what the Succubus in this game looks like, but I found this artwork of her that I like in a lot of ways…

Lost Saga Succubus

Lost Saga Succubus

Sexy cute is always a good thing for a Succubus and she does have that by far… Of course it is a fighting game so she doesn’t act very much like a Succubus… Still that would be something interesting to write in that her character interests me…

We’ll see where that goes…

 

Tera

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