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3rd Feb '16 8:26:03 AM Berrenta
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* Fall-From-Grace, an NPC from ''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment'', was a LawfulNeutral and ''[[InvertedTrope chaste]]'' succubus priestess (and an agnostic priestess at that), who ran the Brothel For Slaking ''Intellectual'' Lusts [emphasis added]. Her cadre of "prostitutes", all very lovely in their own way (though some in a very...nonhuman fashion), can be called upon to stimulate their patrons' intellect, ranging from playing chess or debating the finer points of governmental policies to storytelling or verbally abusing you. Fall-From-Grace had been sold to devils (demons' mortal enemies, as they are LawfulEvil) by her mother as a slave, but won her freedom by winning a contest that required improvisation. ''PS:T'' uses AD&D Second Edition rules, but succubi were in the second edition, too, and just as AlwaysChaoticEvil.

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* Fall-From-Grace, an NPC from ''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment'', was a LawfulNeutral and ''[[InvertedTrope chaste]]'' succubus priestess (and an agnostic priestess at that), who ran the Brothel For Slaking ''Intellectual'' Lusts [emphasis added].''intellectual'' Lusts. Her cadre of "prostitutes", all very lovely in their own way (though some in a very...nonhuman fashion), can be called upon to stimulate their patrons' intellect, ranging from playing chess or debating the finer points of governmental policies to storytelling or verbally abusing you. Fall-From-Grace had been sold to devils (demons' Baatezu (' mortal enemies, enemies of her species the Tanar'r as they are LawfulEvil) LawfulEvil demons) by her mother as a slave, but won her freedom by winning a contest that required improvisation. ''PS:T'' ''Planescape Torment'' uses AD&D Second Edition rules, but succubi were in the second edition, too, and just as AlwaysChaoticEvil.
16th Dec '15 5:57:34 AM SeptimusHeap
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** Not being powerful in combat doesn't mean unimportant. In the ''{{Ravenloft}}'' setting, an incubus known as the Gentleman Caller is one of the setting's worst BigBad villains, beguiling numerous female [=NPCs=] over the years, and fathering enough half-fiend offspring with high-ranking women to destabilize or corrupt more than one domain's political system.
** Alu-fiends ([[HalfHumanHybrid half]]-succubus) in ''{{Planescape}}'' have weakened abilities of their mothers and 1/5 are ChaoticNeutral or TrueNeutral ([[MixAndMatchCritters due to non-evil fathers]]), but still counts as "demonic" race (lesser tanar'ri), as opposed to tieflings.

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** Not being powerful in combat doesn't mean unimportant. In the ''{{Ravenloft}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'' setting, an incubus known as the Gentleman Caller is one of the setting's worst BigBad villains, beguiling numerous female [=NPCs=] over the years, and fathering enough half-fiend offspring with high-ranking women to destabilize or corrupt more than one domain's political system.
** Alu-fiends ([[HalfHumanHybrid half]]-succubus) in ''{{Planescape}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Planescape}}'' have weakened abilities of their mothers and 1/5 are ChaoticNeutral or TrueNeutral ([[MixAndMatchCritters due to non-evil fathers]]), but still counts as "demonic" race (lesser tanar'ri), as opposed to tieflings.
15th Jun '15 10:49:24 AM Willbyr
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* ''FanFic/{{Contract}}'' ([[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6499617/1/Contract Fanfiction.net link]]), a ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' fanfic has [[BirthBySleep Ventus]] turned into a ChewToy, when [[FoeYay Vani]][[ScrewYourself tas]] shows up about halfway through and offers to make a contract with him to buy his soul. Vanitas shows up again after a little while and restates his offer. Ven accepts. The story is rated M. Figure out what happens from there.

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* ''FanFic/{{Contract}}'' ([[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6499617/1/Contract Fanfiction.net link]]), a ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' fanfic has [[BirthBySleep [[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsBirthBySleep Ventus]] turned into a ChewToy, when [[FoeYay Vani]][[ScrewYourself tas]] shows up about halfway through and offers to make a contract with him to buy his soul. Vanitas shows up again after a little while and restates his offer. Ven accepts. The story is rated M. Figure out what happens from there.
14th Jun '15 9:45:40 AM SeptimusHeap
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* In the film ''Film/ConanTheBarbarian'', Conan has sex with a succubus. Although it could be said she was a witch or sorceress instead. In any case, she starts changing into something ''not human'' during the act, thoroughly spooking out Conan, who throws her into the fire. She somehow escapes, with a disembodied cackling, and Conan can only mutter "Crom..." Much of this film is a mishmash of scenes and characters from various Robert Howard stories (Thulsa Doom is an antagonist in the Kull stories, Valaria is a character from "Red Nails", but returned from the dead like Belit from "Queen of the Black Coast"). This particular bit is from "Worms of the Earth", a Bran Mak Morn story in which the woman was the offspring of a woman raped by a "worm". She forces Bran to have sex with her in exchange for information.

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* In the film ''Film/ConanTheBarbarian'', ''Film/ConanTheBarbarian1982'', Conan has sex with a succubus. Although it could be said she was a witch or sorceress instead. In any case, she starts changing into something ''not human'' during the act, thoroughly spooking out Conan, who throws her into the fire. She somehow escapes, with a disembodied cackling, and Conan can only mutter "Crom..." Much of this film is a mishmash of scenes and characters from various Robert Howard stories (Thulsa Doom is an antagonist in the Kull stories, Valaria is a character from "Red Nails", but returned from the dead like Belit from "Queen of the Black Coast"). This particular bit is from "Worms of the Earth", a Bran Mak Morn story in which the woman was the offspring of a woman raped by a "worm". She forces Bran to have sex with her in exchange for information.
7th Jun '15 8:04:10 AM SeptimusHeap
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* Lilith of ancient Mesopotamian/Jewish mythology, who went on to mother an entire race of demons.
::The Mesopotamian Lilu and Lilitu were not a single entity but a whole family. Not all of them were horny devils, but {{Gilgamesh}} was directly descended from one of the many who were.
::The Jewish Lilith started out as a baby-eating rape demon and enemy of mankind who took advantage of Adam after he was kicked out of Eden. Later, medieval legends changed her into the first woman, who Adam kicked out of Eden because she refused to let him be on top...interesting, considering the aforementioned etymology of "succubus" and "incubus".

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* Lilith of ancient Mesopotamian/Jewish mythology, Myth/{{Mesopotamian|Mythology}}/[[Myth/HebrewMythology Jewish mythology]], who went on to mother an entire race of demons.
::The ** The Mesopotamian Lilu and Lilitu were not a single entity but a whole family. Not all of them were horny devils, but {{Gilgamesh}} [[Literature/TheEpicOfGilgamesh Gilgamesh]] was directly descended from one of the many who were.
::The ** The Jewish Lilith started out as a baby-eating rape demon and enemy of mankind who took advantage of Adam after he was kicked out of Eden. Later, medieval legends changed her into the first woman, who Adam kicked out of Eden because she refused to let him be on top... interesting, considering the aforementioned etymology of "succubus" and "incubus".
7th May '15 11:55:28 PM SeptimusHeap
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** It features them as a minor enemy class under the Circle of Thorn. They're actually quite feared, due to their hard-to-block ability to confuse [=PCs=] into attacking each other.. however, considering that they mainly appear in ''CityOfVillains'' (with its CharacterClass reliant on its minions - that all go berserk if the master is confused), some consider this to be more of a perk than a problem.

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** It features them as a minor enemy class under the Circle of Thorn. They're actually quite feared, due to their hard-to-block ability to confuse [=PCs=] into attacking each other.. however, considering that they mainly appear in ''CityOfVillains'' ''VideoGame/CityOfVillains'' (with its CharacterClass reliant on its minions - that all go berserk if the master is confused), some consider this to be more of a perk than a problem.
18th Apr '15 5:35:17 AM SeptimusHeap
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The [[DivineParentage offspring]] of said demons and a human are either demonic infiltrators of humanity or basically mortals with mysterious powers. The legendary {{Merlin}} is sometimes said to be the offspring of an incubus and a nun. Incidentally, the above mythology went a long way to explaining away pregnant nuns in the Middle Ages without destroying their virtues. [[ValuesDissonance Better to be seen as the victims of demonic rape than participants in consensual sex]], one might suppose. (Admittedly, there were periods when people took a very dim view of violating vows of celibacy, if the vower weren't powerful or well-connected.) Several cases of actual rape in politically tricky circumstances also appeared to have been dealt with this way. Even more importantly, it explained why Merlin could use magic (which was [[strike:satanic]] contrary to God's order[[note]]that is, the Christian god. Merlin's magic was that of the local heathen deities, hence ''aligned'' to ''their'' order.[[/note]]), but still be one of the good guys.

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The [[DivineParentage offspring]] of said demons and a human are either demonic infiltrators of humanity or basically mortals with mysterious powers. The legendary {{Merlin}} Myth/{{Merlin}} is sometimes said to be the offspring of an incubus and a nun. Incidentally, the above mythology went a long way to explaining away pregnant nuns in the Middle Ages without destroying their virtues. [[ValuesDissonance Better to be seen as the victims of demonic rape than participants in consensual sex]], one might suppose. (Admittedly, there were periods when people took a very dim view of violating vows of celibacy, if the vower weren't powerful or well-connected.) Several cases of actual rape in politically tricky circumstances also appeared to have been dealt with this way. Even more importantly, it explained why Merlin could use magic (which was [[strike:satanic]] contrary to God's order[[note]]that is, the Christian god. Merlin's magic was that of the local heathen deities, hence ''aligned'' to ''their'' order.[[/note]]), but still be one of the good guys.
6th Apr '15 3:17:18 AM SeptimusHeap
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** In earlier editions, the Erinyes were [[http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/5262/erinyes.jpg still quite sensual]]. However, the succubus and Erinyes of earlier editions had drastically different roles. Sure, the succubus could swipe your soul with sexuality, but she was also there to tempt mortals to "passionate" evil. Succubi were AlwaysChaoticEvil and tempted mortals to crimes of desire and rage. However, the Erinyes were LawfulEvil and weren't interested in making mortals butcher lovers out of jealousy. Certainly, they could use their attractiveness to further their goals, but anything physical was merely a means to an end. They wanted to make tyrants and other LawfulEvil {{Complete Monster}}s. In ''PlaneScape'', they were usually found in great numbers in Grenpoli, the City of Diplomacy.

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** In earlier editions, the Erinyes were [[http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/5262/erinyes.jpg still quite sensual]]. However, the succubus and Erinyes of earlier editions had drastically different roles. Sure, the succubus could swipe your soul with sexuality, but she was also there to tempt mortals to "passionate" evil. Succubi were AlwaysChaoticEvil and tempted mortals to crimes of desire and rage. However, the Erinyes were LawfulEvil and weren't interested in making mortals butcher lovers out of jealousy. Certainly, they could use their attractiveness to further their goals, but anything physical was merely a means to an end. They wanted to make tyrants and other LawfulEvil {{Complete Monster}}s.monsters. In ''PlaneScape'', they were usually found in great numbers in Grenpoli, the City of Diplomacy.
18th Mar '15 9:57:58 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Infernum}}'', a game that uses the D20 system, both plays this trope straight and subverts it. Malcubi (the gender neutral plural term - incubus is the male singular, succubus the female single) resemble gorgeous human beings of the appropriate sex, and were created as an alternative way to breed demons (the default is dissolving a living demon in an alchemical pit, known as a Spawning Pit, with its organs mutating into maggot-things that will mature into full demons after about 6 months) and quickly shifted to being prostitutes for the creators of the demon breeds. However, they have no innate ability to harm their lovers through physical contact (beyond their claws); their racial powers consist of preternatural charm, bat-like wings to let them fly, mind control, and entering the minds of dreamers. It's played straight, however, with the Chain of Lust collection of mutations. This set of four powers allows the demon to befuddle the minds of others, and culminates in the Succubus Kiss, which lets the demon drain energy from others with a touch. The Chain of Lust, however, is a Common mutation and can thus be taken by any of the nine breeds...which includes Artificers (dwarfish things with exoskeletons of steel), Beasts (which look like demonic {{Furr|yFandom}}ies at best and {{Eldritch Abomination}}s at worst), and Imps. There are also two Houses (essentially countries, in political terms) devoted to this trope; Astyanath are Cenobite-style worshippers of pain, while Riethii are more traditional hedonists.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Infernum}}'', a game that uses the D20 system, both plays this trope straight and subverts it. Malcubi (the gender neutral plural term - incubus is the male singular, succubus the female single) resemble gorgeous human beings of the appropriate sex, and were created as an alternative way to breed demons (the default is dissolving a living demon in an alchemical pit, known as a Spawning Pit, with its organs mutating into maggot-things that will mature into full demons after about 6 months) and quickly shifted to being prostitutes for the creators of the demon breeds. However, they have no innate ability to harm their lovers through physical contact (beyond their claws); their racial powers consist of preternatural charm, bat-like wings to let them fly, mind control, and entering the minds of dreamers. It's played straight, however, with the Chain of Lust collection of mutations. This set of four powers allows the demon to befuddle the minds of others, and culminates in the Succubus Kiss, which lets the demon drain energy from others with a touch. The Chain of Lust, however, is a Common mutation and can thus be taken by any of the nine breeds...which includes Artificers (dwarfish things with exoskeletons of steel), Beasts (which look like demonic {{Furr|yFandom}}ies UsefulNotes/{{Furr|yFandom}}ies at best and {{Eldritch Abomination}}s at worst), and Imps. There are also two Houses (essentially countries, in political terms) devoted to this trope; Astyanath are Cenobite-style worshippers of pain, while Riethii are more traditional hedonists.
16th Feb '15 11:54:15 AM SeptimusHeap
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* Artemis from ''Webcomic/WhiteDarkLife'' is the highest ranking succubus in hell and the wife of Dark Matt after the Timeskip. Unlike most other examples on this list, she prefers to use more chaste methods of life draining though she is indeed capable of draining life through sex. A fact which terrifies her immortal husband once she starts demanding more children.
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