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How do I create a humanoid abomination?:
I am trying to write up a character (Belladonna) who appear human but her actions give her away her true nature. She is the incarnation of a entity from the void who only view humans as toys and fuel for her magic (she feeds on their souls.) Also biologically she isn't alive and can only however she can fake bodily processes. The plot requires her to establish some long lasting contact with a human in order to drain them. I've thought making her emotionless but that has been done all over the place. Any suggestion?
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rollin' on dubsTake a look at this. Insects and other big creepy crawlies are scary because they move in ways we as two legged, two armed creatures are uncomfortable with. Your character could have a gait or micro-expressions that are just so off. It could move under clothes in a way that suggests that it has more joints that normal or that the clothes are jut a costume. Better yet, her skin could appear to be a costume, getting baggy/saggy at times, other times taunt and appearing to hide something shaped like a person.
K-11-2Summarizing most previous thought on the topic: focus on the otherness.
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