Poe and Jax | Imps / Fiends

Poe and Jax | Imps / Fiends

Basic Info

Main Character Name

Poe and Jax

Species

Imps / Fiends

Found in Chapter…

Chapter three

Storyline Includes:

  • Orgy
  • Orgasm denial
  • Sadism / masochism
  • Dubious Consent

More to the story…

Demons, like so many other societies, have a structural hierarchy. While it would take far too long to discuss the specifics of such a vast group of creatures, it is safe to say that imps, otherwise known as fiends, as at the bottom of the ladder. Just barely above the damned.

Also known as fiends, imps are among what could be considered the less malicious of Hell’s creatures. They have very little power individually and thus rely on causing mishaps and annoyances which provoke people to act irrationally. One might consider them to be the traditional devil on your shoulder, whispering naughty things in your ear.

By why? And to what advantage?

Imps are not unrelated to the succubus, who feeds of sexual energy and desire. The difference being that they can feast off ANY emotional impulse or outpouring. Anger, love, sorrow, ennui, anxiety. They provoke these things in humans, allowing them and their brethren to feed. Some have even suggested that imps are the very troubles once released from Pandora’s Box.

However troublesome they may be, imps can prove faithful and diligent helpers to those who have the means to control them. Like familiars, they can sometimes bond with witches, giving the magically inclined a troop by which to make her will happen. There are some notes which suggest that the trouble which occurred in Salem was in fact incited by fiends, which were used by true witches to whisper in the ears of the young women and the town’s council and divert their attention onto innocents.

If one seeks to control an imp, they must be willing in enact disciplinary means upon them when they behave poorly, which is often. Most useful is a birch rod, which can be used to strike their backside and bring them into submission. A few good smacks with a bundle of these will ensure they continue to remember who they owe their loyalty to, and if one has multiple fiends, it will bring the others in line.

Fiends are often short and occasionally confused for goblins because of this. However, it should be noted that it is an insult to say so. As imps are both much more aesthetically pleasing, by FAR cleaner, and can have a much more pleasing disposition if they decide they like you.

Aellope | Harpies

Aellope | Harpies

Basic Info

Character Name

Thelexia, Antriope, and Alleope

Species

Harpy

Found in Chapter…

Chapter Three

Storyline Includes:

  • Twins
  • Sounding
  • Dubious Consent
  • Face Sitting

More to the story…

Of all the strange and wondrous creatures that inhabit our world, harpies have quite possibly the worst reputation. And it is not entirely undeserved. A hardy and daring species, harpies are also exceedingly rare. It is difficult to find a mated pair and thus even more difficult to find offspring. Prone to desert surroundings and high cliffs, the harpies aren’t exactly welcoming to outsiders. It’s rather being harried by a particularly large and lethal blue jay. However, they are prone to gifts. Any bit of jewelry or something shiny is proven to offer them a distraction, and they are very fond of earrings in particular. If one is planning on trying to soothe their tempers, harpies are very fond of hair dyes, and if gifted with a few bottles will be happy to talk to you. They enjoy dipping the tips of their feathers in it, creating some very inventive patterns and coloration.

Most harpies bare a striking resemblance to birds of prey such as hawks, falcons, and ospreys. However, there are a select few who more closely resemble vultures in their appearance. Harpies are omnivorous, but they do have a strong preference for meat. Bringing local game with you can save the dedicated a great deal of trouble and possibly a limb.

Harpies do live together, most often in a murder of about three to five females. Occasionally a male will take up a position within the group, but it would be a mistake to assume that they are in charge. Harpies frequently fight among themselves, but it is usually the oldest who gains control by beating the others into submission. If no harpy male can be found for a prolonged period of time, it’s not unusual for the females to harry a human male to sate them. As harpies and humans are genetically compatible, one should be cautious about their own desires and where they spill them.

Harpies do not give live birth. Their eggs are about the size of a cantaloupe, and they usually have only one at a time, though twins are not out of the question. While harpies might be quarrelsome at best towards other adults, they are loving and attentive parents!

Makura | Haunted Mirror

Makura | Haunted Mirror

Basic Info

Character Name

Makura

Species

Spirit

Found in Chapter…

Chapter three

Storyline Includes:

  • Body Horror
  • Masturbation
  • Voyeurism
  • Mind fuck

More to the story…

Ghosts exist, but there is a substantial difference between a corporeal manifestation and a possessed or haunted object. A spirit, once displaced from their physical body, may be capable of wandering within a certain area. They linger most often in the place surrounding their death. Sometimes this area may be as small as a room. Other times it may be an entire expanse of land. What the parameters are for distance when a spirit haunts an area as unknown, as it would require surveying a substantial amount of actual ghosts in order to find some correlation in the approximate area of a haunting.

However, another classification of haunting, known commonly as possession or haunted object occurrence, is entirely possible. This seems to happen either when the deceased person had a very strong and specific connection to the object in question, or, in very rare circumstances if they had arcane knowledge which allowed them to place their soul within an object upon their death. This was apparently used as something of a ‘safekeeping’ method, or on a few occasions, to escape persecution during some of the less enlightened times of world history. A gifted person would enchant an object, kill themselves in front of it, and allow their soul to become ensnared by the object. The intention, of course, was to wait until the heat had died down and have their assistant or trusted partner bring a suitable donor around for them to then transfer into.

However, this often left a great deal of room for bad luck to have its say.

In one recorded circumstance, a sorceress ensnared herself in her favorite necklace. Having grown older, she intended to have her husband place the necklace on a comely young woman, thus allowing the sorcerer to displace the woman’s soul with her own and achieve renewed youth and another shot at life. Much to her dismay, her husband found himself falling into an affair with the pretty young woman, and discarded the necklace into a vault, leaving his wife’s soul trapped inside! She was understandably bitter about this, but unfortunately, she began to take out her fury on anyone who dared wear her necklace from the day forward. It had to be properly exorcized in order to prevent any further incidents, which is a great pity as haunted necklaces are difficult to come by.

The greatest difficulty with possessed objects is if they fall into the hands of someone who is ignorant of their capability. Often such objects are claimed to be ‘cursed’, though a curse is an entirely different sphere of magic. A curse is more latent malevolence. It has no personal feelings about the matter. It is simply a trap triggered by whoever sets it off. A haunted or possessed object frequently has a bitter, angry and violent spirit behind it with the intention of harming another and preferences as to who. If such incidents occur, it is strongly advised to find someone with the necessary experience to remove the object from mundane hands and either find a means to secure it safely or remove the spirit from the object.

Valerie | Vampires

Valerie | Vampires

Basic Info

Character Name

Valerie

Species

Vampire

Found in Chapter…

Chapter three

Storyline Includes:

  • Blood play
  • Fem dom
  • Dubious Consent
  • Transperson

Art Gallery

More to the story…

“We had no idea the forms in which evil would come. So multitudinous, so varied. We could never have defeated them all, not the handful of us who believed and rallied to stand against them. But what else could we do? How could we back down, knowing what they were capable of when their hunger was unleashed?”

-Professor VanHelsing


They truly are a varied kind, these blood-drinking creatures most commonly known as vampires. For every kind we think we know of, at least two more exist. We should count ourselves as lucky that they keep their own numbers dwindled so as not to let humanity become too aware of their existence. It’s honestly worthy of being a conspiracy theory, the way they maintain their individual groups without interference from one another.

Vampires do not exist as one cohesive society. Though there are some who suggest there is a conclave which oversees the running of things, there has never been any suitable evidence towards these ends. Most of the vampires who were willing to speak on the subject refer to their kind as a loose collection of clans and family groups. Some are more of what we’ve come to expect from these blood drinkers. Cavalier, vaguely noble, and all too human in appearance while approaching their victim only to turn into a more predatory mindset once they have them alone. Colloquial known as the “American breed”, these vampires tend to find sunlight abhorrent and have an allergy to silver. They are however very fond of mirrors and, while unable to consume garlic, don’t seem to have any allergic reactions to it. Religious artifacts don’t seem to hinder them in the least, so do not depend upon a cross to keep you safe. Often considered the least harmful of the newer breeds, as they are largely content to live and let live.

Others, such as the Russian upyr, are seen as one step above feral, barely able to control their appetites long enough to blend in with human society. They have a strong repulsion regarding the Catholic church, and even the shadow of a cross falling on them seems to make them flee. Preferring the dark forest, and often coming down into a village only to feed, they are able to withstand severe freezing weather. Vulnerable to fire, though it will not kill them unless the blaze it hot enough to reduce them to cinders, it can weaken them enough to contain their corpses in a properly blessed container.

Though their forms may vary, all vampires share a few common traits which identify them as a part of the whole. All of them are unable to withstand direct sunlight, though while some are entirely nocturnal, others can withstand an overcast or cloudy day for a few hours. They all seem to share functional immortality, in which unless the specific weakness of their species is known, they can not be killed, only weakened. None of them have an overt fondness for running water, though some seem capable of crossing it if they are in a carriage or interred in a box of grave dirt. All vampires seem to have some manner of heightened senses, such as sight, sound, spatial awareness, strength, agility, et cetera. And of course, they all require the same means of feeding themselves. Some species can subside of animal blood, while others require human. Some can get by on a pint or less a night, but yet others require a more lethally obtained meal. This can risk exposure of their kind, and since the late 1800’s there have been no confirmed vampire killings. It would seem they have their own methods of policing themselves as well.

Vampires typically remain in their homelands of origin, with only a few species moving about as the boundary lines change and human civilization encroaches. It is said that one clan may not pass into the territory of another without express permission and an agreement of good behavior until they’ve moved through. There is generally a great deal of fuss when two different species of vampire are forced to share territory for any amount of time, but don’t let them fool you. They’ll manage well enough if it’s a necessity.

Vadah | Gorgon

Vadah | Gorgon

Basic Info

Character Name

Vadah

Species

Gorgon

Found in Chapter…

Chapter three

Storyline Includes:

  • Insertion
  • Fem Dom
  • Objectification

More to the story…

Athena looked down upon Medusa’s sad state and took pity on her. She stroked the woman’s hair between her fingers, and behold, it became a nest of serpents wriggling against one another! They spat venom from their mouths and attacked any man who would dare lay hands upon her. She gave Medusa the island of Sarpedon to protect herself and her sisters and kept them away from the prying eyes of men. But the fates were not kind to Medusa. Decades later, a warrior named Perseus beheaded Medusa, having sworn an oath to return her head to a king. However, while distracted by the sight of the glorious pegasus that sprang from her decapitated form, he lost sight of the dozens of tiny serpents that slithered off into the ruins.

At night, when her sisters returned, they found their beloved Medusa’s corpse and mourned her, shrieking and wailing. This brought out the snakes who had hidden after her murder, and the sisters saw that each one of them had the potential to become as they were, a gorgon. They scooped up the mass of scaled children and swore to protect them in honor of their sister.

Every gorgon who lives today is to some extent a descendant of Medusa’s murder. Once matured, they can if they wish select a human to mate with and continue to breed as most species do. These progeny stand a chance of being relatively human in appearance, but all of them seem to retain some trace of gorgonic ability. They might be capable of speaking the snake’s language, or they may simply have a unique affinity for the creatures and able to ‘control’ them to some extent. Some have been known to be capable of ‘ensnaring’ a human, making them feel helpless or unable to act. Others are capable of effectively paralyzing them if need be. Rarely do any half-human descendants retain the unique ability to turn a human to stone. However, when a gorgon dies, she sheds her hair, and each of the serpents can become a full gorgon once they reach adulthood. They will be imbued with all the abilities of their forbearers, including the frightful ability to turn others into stone.

Gorgons are almost always females. It is not impossible for a male to occur, simply so rare that it has only been known to happen a handful of times in history.

Arluin | Centaur

Arluin | Centaur

Basic Info

Character Name

Arluin

Species

Centaur

Found in Chapter…

Chapter three

Storyline Includes:

  • Bondage
  • Edging and Denial
  • Tsundere
  • Primal
  • Horseplay

Art Gallery

More to the story…

“Listen for the thundering of their hooves. Like a storm falling upon the plains, they are coming. And you can not stand against them.”

Centaurs hail from the islands of Sporades off the coast of Thessaly. A nomadic herd by nature, it can be very difficult to track them. Even then, once located, they are hostile, even aggressive towards outsiders. Without some assurances of your safety, it would be very unwise to approach them. They take the safety of the herd very seriously and will kill trespassers into their territory.

Procuring the trust of the centaurs is no easy feat. Often it requires either a long standing bargain with them, allowing for merchants to trade wares. Merchants who have the trust of the herd do not reveal their secrets, and by now there are only a few families left who can pass among the herds unimpeded. For anyone else, a life debt would be necessary in order to acquire their good faith.

Once their people numbered in the thousands, but it has become more difficult for them to go unnoticed in the modern world. A herd consists of about ten to thirty centaurs, with a rigidly enforced, yet seamless social hierarchy. There is one dominant stallion who oversees control of the herd. His orders are unquestioned, and it is he who decides where they will travel and graze, where they will make camp for the long winter months, if they will permit trade with a merchant or if they will raid a village. The dominant stallions position is constantly under threat by younger stallions, and so his treatment of them is ruthless. In older times, younger males were driven from the herd when they came of age. However, with their number depleted and secrecy needed, younger stallions will stay with the herd much longer and learn to tolerate one another.

His mare is his second in command, and her word is as quickly obeyed as his. However, her position in the hierarchy is reliant upon two things. Her ability to bare offspring, and her ability to keep other mares at bay! As hard as a stallion is on their underlings, a dominant mare is twice as hard on the others under her command. Lower ranking centaurs cannot mate without her permission, so it works best to placate her. If the dominant stallion is killed or incapacitated, his mare assumes command of the herd until he is recovered or until a suitable stallion proves themselves.

Beneath the dominant stallion is the second in command, which may be either another stallion or mare, but most likely the offspring of the dominant couple. Their duty is to keep the herd in line and maintain the safety of their established area for however long they are in it. Often they will form a small troop to patrol with, acting as guards for the territory. Obviously, this group has a fairly high ranking within the herd structure. Their word will usually be obeyed as it is assumed to come from the dominant stallion.

Raiding parties form the next rank in a centaur social structure. When resources dwindle, or when the younger stallions need to blow off steam before they become too rowdy, a dominant male will allow the guard stallions to form raiding or hunting parties. They seem to consist of the same five to ten centaurs on a regular basis, creating little gangs of brawling youths who either run into the nearest town to scavenge and steal, or (if the group is more even-headed) head out into their wilderness to find food, supplies, and better pastures to move the herd to. It is not common for mares to join in on these parties, but it is not entirely unheard of.

Beneath the raiding parties are the foraging groups. Typically made up of the unmated mares or any stallions who have become too injured to participate in raiding, their duty is to work the local areas for vegetation, fresh water, and anything else that can be used to supplement their diet. They also tend to any chores or duties which need preformed, and held foaling mares with watching over the children. However domestic they may seem, it would be unwise to underestimate this group. If threatened, their hooves are no less sharp, and their kicks no less back breaking than the stallions. Often along the same hierarchy as the foraging groups are the foaling mares. Bound to their homes because of their pregnancy, they are heavily protected. Unfortunately this also means they are the least capable of defending themselves. Once foaled, they will usually take on small duties and chores around their area rather than risk venturing out and running into trouble.

Last within the group are the foals. Any centaur underage is considered to be a foal, and remains within their herds territory until they are old enough to attend their first raid. They often form their own little herds, mimicking the actions of the raiding groups under the watchful eye of their parents. They are given little in the way of chores, and while they may be lowest on the social ladder, they are the most protected group.

In personality the centaurs are as varied as any other species, but there is no denying a general, taciturn attitude towards anyone not in their herd. A special distaste seems to linger around them whenever they deal with humans. But they do seem to be passively tolerant of any other “taurian” species such as Minotaurs, Harpies, and Merfolk. Perhaps because all of these species have suffered some kind of trauma between themselves and humans in the past. Even if you are ‘tolerated’ within the herd, do not expect a warm welcome. You will be given food, water, and a place to sleep. But it is expected that you will conduct your business swiftly and then be on your way. The herd guards it’s secrets closely.