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|Chalyssea aka Chalyss or Chal|
The Succubus Princess Chalyssea
|Skin Colour||White with a hint of Light Violet|
|Eye Colour||Blueish Purple|
|Other Characteristics||A single horn on her forehead|
Prefers Damned Souls
Chalyssea, better known as Chalyss or Chal, is a Succubus princess character in the fictional world of Felarya who is the creation of Karbo on the Felarya site.
Chalyssea is a beautiful young succubus princess, from the powerful house Malachos in Hell, and has an energetic and brash personality. Like most of the Succubi in the Felarya universe, Chalyssea is gigantic in size and most interactions with her involve vore themes.
Chalyssea is a beautiful young succubus princess, from the powerful house Malachos in Hell. Her look is rather unusual among succubi with a smooth pure white skin, turquoise hair framing her delicate, slightly triangular face and a single unique horn adorning her forehead, not unlike that of a unicorn. Her eyes are of a deep purple blue hue, sparkling with confidence and mischief. She possesses a slender, graceful figure, an agile and expressive tail, and a distinct lack of wings.
Chalyssea has an energetic and brash personality. She prefers to be called Chalyss or Chal, since she doesn't like long names. She seems to be brimming with energy and enthusiasm, appearing restless and easily excited. With her extravagance and restlessness, she sometimes looks to have the attention span of a child and some people might jump to the conclusion that the princess is very much an air-head... and they would be sorely mistaken. Underneath her outward appearance, Chalyss is a pretty smart and cunning individual, although perhaps less so than she'd like to think. She possesses a strong instinct to quickly grasp where the wind is blowing in any political game and she is skilled at making the right alliances at the right time by using her charms. When she wants to, Chalyss can be very pleasant and agreeable company. She's clever and has a good -if a little twisted- sense of humor. It's hard to tell when she's being genuine and when she's posturing however. Chalyss prides herself in being a master at deception and she is definitely skilled at this. A patented liar herself, she has good instincts and can tell when a person is not telling the truth.
Chalyss can have abrupt mood swings and suddenly show more sinister aspects of herself. She's quite insensitive at times with little empathy for others, occasionally displaying sadism and cruelty and enjoying delivering punishment. She can be rather spiteful as well, not forgetting what she sees as a slight and keeping mental notes to get even later, while keeping a bright smile to mask her true feelings. She was raised in a life of luxury and her power and attitude is typically that of a princess; expecting her demands to be met quickly. She is used to obedience from those she considers to be of a lower status than her own and has no hesitation in ordering them around. Chalyss is also very curious and intrusive, disliking people who have secrets around her which drives her to find out what those secrets are. Despite those traits, she genuinely admires and loves her father, Lord Malachos, and would go to great lengths to defend his name and her house.
Powers and Abilities
Chalyss is not really gifted when it comes to magic. She can perform most of the usual spells in the succubus' arsenal but she does not show any particular talent for it. She's a mediocre fighter as well; her body doesn't pack a lot of physical power and she doesn't train herself nearly enough. The rather rare times she goes out of her castle, she relies mostly on bodyguards and guardians to fend off potential assassins. Chalyss has seldom left Hell in her life and is pretty uncomfortable at the idea.
Like most Succubi, Chalyss is voracious and loves filling her stomach with damned souls whenever given the chance. She enjoys the fear and desperation of her prey and takes her sweet time with them, teasing, toying with them, reminding them of their imminent fate in her stomach, sometimes making them listen to her belly already in the midst of digestion, to help get the point across, before finally swallowing them.