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Mike Podgor 29th Oct 2014, 1:41 AM edit delete
Mike Podgor
Demons also have no belly buttons since, in the Area 42 universe, they're not born in a womb. They may be hatched. All I know is that they're not created like most mammals. Some demons do have nipples (succubi and incubi would have them since they're required for the job) but Lyssa is not one of those, obviously. A succubus actually pops up in the Subject M thing I'm working on, though. I think that's about it, because I'm starting to ramble. And you can ramble on over to the new site and give it a gander.

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ProfEtheric 29th Oct 2014, 10:35 AM edit delete reply
ProfEtheric
Ah, so she's not actually a succubus. Interesting. And Perverto doesn't like Barbie dolls apparently.
Area 42 continues to be delightful. Now to ramble over to the new site, like I promised.
Mike Podgor 29th Oct 2014, 11:35 AM edit delete reply
Mike Podgor
Perverto stumbled upon a Barbie doll early in his current state and was briefly overcome with joy, since here was some nudity he could always partake in and the doll couldn't very well tell him no! Once he removed the clothing, he realized that there was nothing enticing underneath. He spent several hours shifting the clothes on and off the doll, trying to figure out why this was, and eventually decided it was because the doll lacked anything to hide. He then cast it aside, proclaimed that he was done with Barbie dolls, and went on his way. He's not done with Lyssa yet, though.

I think I've mentioned this elsewhere, but I've planned out each character's backstories/motivations/etc. Well, almost each character. There's one showing up soon who just kind of popped in and I'm not sure what she's about... yet.
ProfEtheric 29th Oct 2014, 12:40 PM edit delete reply
ProfEtheric
That... can happen. They just show up and you're all "what are you even doing here?". My advice? Just keep her in mind when you're plotting. She'll either find her way or find her way out.
And I know the feeling of knowing the characters inside and out. A lot of mine have been with me for between 5 and 15 years, arising under various circumstances and joining my massive head canon that is Autumn Bay (and I'm letting spill out onto the digital pages).
It really shows that you know your characters though. Keep it coming!

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