Monthly Archive: July 2017

Jul 30 2017

A Review of Nefarius by Cinnamon Sin

There are some book summaries that don’t tell the truth about what’s contained in the pages. They skirt around the story, sometimes being very untrue as to what things are about. There’s something about a summary that’s brutally honest, leaving nothing to the imagination and in doing so making it clear that the work is …

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Jul 29 2017

A D&D Succubus Speedpainting YouTube that has a story

Succubus by Geekares

One of the most well known succubi are the succubi of Dungeons and Dragons. A YouTube of an artist creating their version… hooves and all.   If you cannot see this video here on the Tale, please try this link. As always, in case the video vanishes, here is an image of the completed artwork: …

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Jul 28 2017

A Review of Succubus by Kamaya Tarpley

When stories are told about succubi who’s creation is from other cultures, that’s interesting to me. I enjoy reading how they are seen, what makes up their character. Similarly, the construction of their mythos, the beings that make up that world, matters very much as to how the story unfolds. In the telling of that …

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Jul 27 2017

Succubi Image of the Week 497

I’ve always had one single issue with the Warcraft succubus and that comes to her hooves. I just can’t find a way to like them much, if at all honestly. The rest of her character I like, but those hooves I just can’t get past. Still, occasionally there is art that manages to hide them, …

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Jul 26 2017

A Fallen Angel looks better than this costume does

Fallen Angel Sexy Costume

Going off on a bit of a tangent this time on my unending search for costumes. There are angel costumes, of course. There are some that are said to be fallen angels. Why is it that they have to look so trashy? This is called the Fallen Angel Sexy Costume and it comes with the dress, sleevelets, …

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Jul 25 2017

A Review of The Make-Up Artist by Marlon S. Hayes

Sometimes a short story doesn’t tell all. There’s a mystery left behind, sometimes many of them and it can leave the story feeling unfinished in a way. Setting up a story, the characters and then evolving them both to tell something different is a difficult thing. Occasionally that’s done very well, but at the same …

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Jul 23 2017

A Review of The Gatekeeper by Kevin J. Kennedy

Not all short stories which have succubi appearing in them make them the core of the story. But it’s interesting how when they do appear the story turns, sometimes dramatically, towards them, focusing upon them. Part of that is, of course, their sexuality and temptation. But then again, sometimes it’s the teasing that is so …

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