Succubi Image of the Week 724

A cute piece of succubus art this time on the Tale and it’s one that offers a tease, a suggestion, and something cute in how everything comes together…

Succubus Nova by noxalvus

Succubus Nova by noxalvus

This work is by the artist noxalvus on Hentai Foundry and you can find the original page with this art here.

Lovely smile and her overall look is a nice mixture of cute and sexy that I think works really well. The contracts in her hand, at least they look like that to me, are a neat little touch too. It’s not so much that she’s overtly sexy, it’s more the hint of that she’s giving that makes everything work together so well.

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The gold doesn’t help this costume at all

Gold Sleeveless Metallic Two Piece Devil Costume
Tacky seems to be a common theme in a lot of costumes that have appeared on the Tale, which is a shame, and it seems like it will always be there lurking somewhere. I’m really not sure about this week’s costume, as when I first glimpsed it I thought it was a trashy superhero look. Maybe it should be.

This is the Gold Sleeveless Metallic Two Piece Devil Costume and it comes with, according to the listing, the gold trim pointed hemline dress and a pair of wings. I don’t see the wings at all mind you. Going by the image, I think this is supposed to be the dress and the horns, which would make sense. Also, according to the listing the gold devil horns are not included, nor are the stockings, the boots or the gloves. Or the pitchfork. So this is making less and less sense as things continue. What’s really confusing is that this sells for $65 US.

I don’t think the gold and red work well together and having looked through the website, there’s a better option in going all gold with the gloves and boots, forgetting the stockings as that just looks trashy.

But this is such a confused mess that it’s hard to sort things out well. It is trashy, it’s not really sexy either as a whole. It’s not really something I’d consider, but for those trying to put a superhero costume together… the overall look less the horns and pitchfork might work?

One pitchfork out of five.

It’s… something… and that’s saying a lot.

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A Review of The Unwilling Succubus: Tales of the Shape Shifting Demoness by Anthony Fyver

The Unwilling Succubus: Tales of the Shape Shifting Demoness by Anthony Fyver

The Unwilling Succubus: Tales of the Shape Shifting Demoness by Anthony Fyver

Personality matters in storytelling, especially when it comes to succubi and those that are captured in their orbits during the story.

It can be quite interesting when they first are playful, but then their hidden motives reveal themselves. A review then of a work in which the main character has a problem and there was no way to avoid it.

  • Title: The Unwilling Succubus: Tales of the Shape Shifting Demoness
  • Author: Anthony Fyver
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 46 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B09H65P5F1
  • Publishing Date: September 25, 2021
  • This work in Kindle Format at Amazon.com

The work tells of:

Waking up to find the woman he dreamed of lying naked in his bed, Adrian is asked for help by the nubile Talith, a succubus who wants to break free from the oath binding her to the queen of sex demons.
As his resolve was being assailed by her ever changing form, she finally shows him what a sex demon is all about and makes his dream of being with a futanari come true.

Gerard has a vivid imagination and it does give him lots to think about in many erotic ways. An unexpected encounter pulls him into the grasp of the succubus Talith who has need of him and plans to unfold.

The work tells a story that mainly focuses on the erotica that Talith brings to life, her powers of transformation and illusion which all combine in wrapping Gerard around her tail. There’s some cute and hot moments at the beginning, but as her needs and true plans appear, she’s a bit less seductive than she was and more dominant and controlling. It’s a good change in her character, it adds a lot to the story too.

The erotica runs hot and cold as the story moves towards the ending. There are points where it becomes a bit harsh and brutal in what Talith does and that didn’t interest me. She’s far more the seductress in the beginning and that was far more delightful and hot erotica storytelling.

The work needs another editing pass, there’s a number of word mistakes that need to be looked after. As well, some of the dialogue reads flat in tone, needing a bit of improvement. While the main characters are interesting and I like them both, the story reads in a way that feels clipped with parts missing. There’s a lot to like here, I’d like that to come fully out.

Three out of five pitchforks.

From how the story closes there should be another work and that I think that’s an interesting place for the story and characters to go. There’s still a lot unsaid about Talith and her kind, how their world actually works and just why Gerard is that important. As well, the opening of the work does leave a lot of questions about how he winds up where he does in the future. A lot of promise, but a bit more care in the editing would make things so much better.

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Make An Effort by TeraS

Another week of not really feeling well, which is bothering me no end. Still, one must try to …

Make An Effort
By TeraS

Sometimes, just sometimes, one simply needs to make an effort. Perhaps in doing so, in finding something which drives one onwards, there’s a part which matters. That need not be reality changing or provide some sort of revelation that might change history itself. That’s not the point of making the effort after all. It’s that first tentative step, the initial decision to move past one’s inertia and simply try that matters the most. Sometimes that’s less a change in path or perspective, but rather a decision to take the moment and see where it leads them. After all, being set in one’s ways isn’t the best of things …

Brooke and Madison didn’t really see that as being a problem. Both succubi had very strong personalities that tended to crash into each other more often than not. Being that both were intimately involved in the laws of the Realm, it shouldn’t have been a surprise.

Brooke, being the formal and committed blue-tail she was, had no time for nonsense. Formal to the extreme, her path was set on doing what needed to be done, consequences be dammed, to hold the laws onto themselves.

Madison was as strongly set in her ways, though the sensibilities of gold-tails allowed for a certain flair to their personalities. Hot-tempered and single-minded, it was her nature to question how things were and seek changes for what she felt was for the better.

Oil and water do not mix well, but they had nothing on this pair. These souls had little inclination to resolve their differences or come to an understanding. It was rumoured, though never said directly to either, that they just enjoyed crossing swords, if no longer physical ones. They’d never made the effort to do anything different.

Time, it is said, changes souls. What was once important seems less so. Views held turn in directions not considered before. Ideas pass by for consideration, and some of those might even be taken on for thought. Sometimes there comes a moment in which an effort has to be made for the sake of others. That might be seen to be selfish or for one’s own self-interest. Sometimes that’s a change in view that seems to matter, because it does.

Perhaps the effort to change begins with a promise:

a promise to try to do better;

a promise to try and see the view of the other;

a promise to give just a little in the hope that will be returned.

That’s not to say that there wouldn’t be arguments, not to suggest that there wouldn’t be voices raised.

The effort in trying to be better matters.

A Review of Summoning The Sapphic Succubus by A.S. Harper

Summoning The Sapphic Succubus by A.S. Harper

Summoning The Sapphic Succubus by A.S. Harper

The stories about succubi that appeal the most to me are those that focus on seduction. Yes the stories will become erotic, they may turn in directions of one fetish or another. But the power of succubi is to seduce another into giving into their desires, even if they aren’t sure of what they want.

A review then of a delightfully seductive story of submission and falling to the questions within one’s soul.

  • Title: Summoning The Sapphic Succubus
  • Author: A.S. Harper
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 34 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B09HHLYYHS
  • Publishing Date: September 28, 2021
  • This work in Kindle Format at Amazon.com

The work tells of:

Amber only agreed to read from her friend’s spell book for a bit of a fright. She never thought it would actually work. And she certainly never thought Katie would trick her into conjuring a half-naked, lesbian succubus to seduce her into a supernatural, all woman ménage.
But that’s exactly what she gets. When Asmoda, the horny demoness makes Katie’s clothes disappear with a snap of her fingers before effortlessly lifting her up, Amber can’t deny the arousal she feels. She gives in and lets herself be consumed by lust for her friend and the succubus she helped summon. The two curious co-eds follow every wicked command Asmoda gives them, confessing their horniest desires and using their tongues to make them come true.

Katie and Amber are spending the night enjoying a scary movie that sets a mood. A book opens the door to possibilities and when they summon the succubus Asmoda, no dream is impossible and no desire unfulfilled.

The story is a slow burn piece of erotica with some lovely heat along the way. There’s a bit of a dominance theme with Asmoda, but it’s not overdone and sets up the balance of the story well. What’s particularly appealing is how the story seduces events rather than forcing or demanding them. The characters give into their desires eventually and the just makes the heat even better.

Asmoda, the succubus of the work, is everything I’d hoped she’d be from beginning to end. She’s seductive, suggestive and delights in the temptations of Katie and Amber. But beyond that, it’s the joy in her drawing out the underlying passions of the two friends that makes this work something special. She’s not stereotypical, and that mixed with her attitude and teasing nature made everything that comes from the story a wonder to read.

The work reads very well, the characters have personality, needs and drive that fit together in lovely ways. There are two points at the beginning of the work where slowing the story would help I think, it just moves a bit too quickly into the erotica and need not have. Beyond that, the other thing I think would be nice is more focus on Asmoda’s departure from the story. I feel like a tease at the end of her watching the girls going forward, or they calling her back would have been a lovely close.

Four and a half out of five pitchforks.

A wonderfully sexy and seductive story with characters that are delightful and fun. What’s missing overall is more about Asmoda herself. I’d have liked to know more about her, she’s not stereotypical and explaining that would have been wonderful. Nonetheless, one of my favorite stories of the year.

Tera

A Short YouTube Film called Succubus

Something of a different short film this time on the Tale. There’s not a word spoken, the story rests upon the images and actions that appear. It’s something to consider when one thinks about what a succubus is portrayed as…

If you cannot see this film on the Tale, and it’s likely you can’t as it is age-restricted by YouTube, please try this link.

As always, in case the film vanishes, here’s a screenshot in the midst of the story as well.

Succubus by Megan Tester

Succubus by Megan Tester

The work feels very emotionally draining, the relationship between the main characters seems strained from the beginning. Having no dialogue makes the visual aspects of the film more striking and presses one to focus on them. Dialogue I think would have taken away the nuances of the film overall.

It is a bit disjointed at times, but that added to the overall mood and direction of the work. Once the succubus appears, she brings with her a number of questions, not least of which being how she comes into the work. There’s a good hint in that, which artistically I think was inspired.

An interesting story overall, perhaps more imagery than story much of the time. Nonetheless it leaves something to think about once the story concludes.

Tera

A Review of Erotic Succuba by Salty Vixen

Erotic Succuba by Salty Vixen

Erotic Succuba by Salty Vixen

I’ve reviewed a number of the author Salty Vixen’s works here on the Tale in the past. They tend to have their moments and at the same time some of the horror aspects just don’t work well for me.

That’s a matter of personal taste of course, but getting past that issue I usually find there’s a interesting story and the characters are quite captivating to consider.

  • Title: Erotic Succuba
  • Author: Salty Vixen
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 33 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B09GW51MP6
  • Publishing Date: September 21, 2021
  • This work in Kindle Format at Amazon.com

The work tells of:

…..I tongued her pussy and she gasped again and again. her breathing became ragged and her body shivered. Then she cried out, suddenly, harshly. “Oh Philomena.” and the warm wet rush of her love juices flowed into my open mouth…..

Philomena encounters someone beyond words in the midst of her drawn out existence. A moment of passion leads to an eternity of pleasures in the arms of Elbis. But there is a price in blood as part of the deal for which Philomena finds she’s more than willing to do.

The work overall mainly is focused on Philomena and her eventual transformation into a succubus at the hands of Elbis. The erotica has some lovely heat at times, and with that comes some well told character development for Philomena overall. There’s also quite a lot of horrific moments which I think don’t add as much to the work as could have been. It’s a bit of horror for the sake of it and only really made a deep impression on Philomena’s character a few times.

Philomena herself, being the focus here, I think might have been more developed than she is. Similarly, Elbis leaves a lot of her character unexplored and that, overall, is really where I feel the story is lacking the most. Given who she really is, and the story that could be told from that perspective, it’s a lost focus which is a bit disappointing.

The work needs another editing pass, mostly for dialog as it’s a bit clunky at times. It might also be nice to expand on why things happen more than the story does. It also might be an idea to slow the story’s pace as well, if only to give the story a chance to catch up with the action before moving onwards.

Three out of five pitchforks.

Philomena seems like a character that needs to return in a future work. There’s a story about her that needs to be told. Similarly, Elbis could have her own tale, there’s a lot to be fleshed out about ther. I don’t think that doing so would need the horror aspect however, they can stand on their own personalities very well. I’ll also note that the book summary the author gives isn’t one. It’s a clip from the story and doesn’t tell what’s being offered and it would be something to improve on.

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