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  • Species: Bari

    Family: Succubus

    Type: Semiliquid

    Disposition: Celibate, Aggressive, Possessive, Dominant, Protective.

    The brood of a Barinade which are nearing maturity.

    While oftentimes found with a husband, they are also often found drifting gently at sea, waiting to collide with their prey, massive sacred seacreatures, who they will swiftly parasitize in search of vast amounts of consecrated life essence, often found in the blood of such creatures, which they require to become fertile and produce their young.

    They are able to produce electric shocks, similar to some monstrous species of weasel and harpy, which paralyze their men and prey with arousal before they swoop in to claim their prize.

    While they will be strictly monogamous up uptil they become parasitic, they will become polygamous the moment that their reproductive capabilities are fully realized.

    This is because their bodies will grow many wombs with which to bear their young, and they want to maximize genetic diversity among their offspring so that they may adapt beyond their weaknesses.

    Even so, their first and most beloved man will always be closest to them, constantly coupling with their "main" body, and in the case that they reach the reproductive stage without finding a man, none will suffice, delegated to their lesser wombs.

    In the case of such individuals, it is rumored that only true champions will ever live up to their standards, all others being as worthless as they were supposedly percieved to be.

    But these types have also taken in the most downtrodden and dejected as their dearest men, so perhaps they have a soft spot for those who were also shunned.

    Unlike their younger selves, those who have reached this stage will mate at a more liesurely pace, if at all, filling rapidly with a desire to burrow through holy flesh and begin to suck divine blood, overtaking their lascivious nature and lustful advances that they had used to charm their husbands.

    At this stage, their less developed sisters, or simply unrelated Biri, will begin to fulfill the man's desires as satellite females, sensing that their "big sis" is about to become a powerful matriarch who will shelter them from harm.

    This newly emergent symbiosis does not only cover the aid in satisfying her man, it also involves careful removal of harmful parasites and irritating vegetation, as well as soothing aches and scratching itches.

    In this way, the Biri care for the Bari, allowing them to earnestly hunt for a proper host for their looming life of orgy.

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    • Don't you think the whole them sleeping with other men even if it's through lesser bodies they're still connected to the main one, violates the whole no NTR thing.

      That would be like the queen slime having her "divisions" sleep with other men and say it's okay because it wasn't the main body.

      Not to mention that's kind of insulting towards the husband to have the wife be like yeah you're great and all, but I really need to diversify my stock when it comes to breeding, because your DNA is just not good enough to be my soul investment.

      I mean you can fix this fairly easily if you still want to keep the idea of budding instead of normal reproduction, by removing the whole main body or lesser bodies thing. Example once they reach that state they will make a copy of themselves that is completely separate and unconnected but still a perfect copy of themselves before they met their husband. The copy would be a separate entity that would develop its own personality traits upon finding a mate, these traits would would be tailored to appeal to their new husband. This process would be more akin to producing sisters instead of actual offspring that are derived from her husband's DNA.

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    • Shadowhunter Alerik wrote: Don't you think the whole them sleeping with other men even if it's through lesser bodies they're still connected to the main one, violates the whole no NTR thing.

      That would be like the queen slime having her "divisions" sleep with other men and say it's okay because it wasn't the main body.

      Not to mention that's kind of insulting towards the husband to have the wife be like yeah you're great and all, but I really need to diversify my stock when it comes to breeding, because your DNA is just not good enough to be my soul investment.

      I mean you can fix this fairly easily if you still want to keep the idea of budding instead of normal reproduction, by removing the whole main body or lesser bodies thing. Example once they reach that state they will make a copy of themselves that is completely separate and unconnected but still a perfect copy of themselves before they met their husband. The copy would be a separate entity that would develop its own personality traits upon finding a mate, these traits would would be tailored to appeal to their new husband. This process would be more akin to producing sisters instead of actual offspring that are derived from her husband's DNA.

      I'll say that it's more of a "immoral for humans, kinda wonky at most for monsters" type of situation.

      There is precedent for monsters acting like this in mge,


      (devilbug page):

      Even if there's no man in the house, just sniffing the barely lingering scent of a man is enough to put them in a state of lustful frenzy. In the case that they are unable to have sex with a man, they'll either masturbate while going around looking for a man, or go at it among themselves until they become covered in one another's love juices. Even among all the monsters, they have especially little concern for the father-daughter relationship. Once a child has grown to a certain degree, she'll no longer be able to see her father as anything other than a man. When her body gets hot for her father, she'll obey it, and attack without any regard for the fact that it's her own father.

      (Bicorn page):

      They have the same gentle disposition and graceful behavior as other Unicorns, however, their true nature is exceedingly lascivious, and these monsters are regarded as a “symbol of impurity,” celebrating a lustful, and hedonistic existence.

      . . .

      it’s in a Bicorn's nature to prefer a polygamous harem arrangement where their husband has many monsters as wives.

      (Khepri page):

      When a human man enters the ruins, they rush him in a big group and drag him away to the king’s bedroom. A man carried off to the bedroom will end up having sex with each and every member of the group of khepri, one after another, while receiving their passionate hospitality.


      So I don't really see it as being too out of the ordinary for one man to be paired with many monsters, odd and wrong as one may feel it is in real life, polygamy exhists in the mge world. And other. . .odder relationships also exhist

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    • Yes but in all those cases the monsters dedicate themselves to one man and they don't mind sharing their husband with other monster girls whereas in this one it seems that the monster takes up multiple partners without care for what the initial husband thinks,which kind of goes against the whole once they find a husband that's the only man for them.

      None of these cases state that the monster girls have more than one husband. Also I didn't say anything about incest which is what the devil bug would be related to. Incest and polygamy are two different things.

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    • Shadowhunter Alerik wrote: Yes but in all those cases the monsters dedicate themselves to one man and they don't mind sharing their husband with other monster girls whereas in this one it seems that the monster takes up multiple partners without care for what the initial husband thinks,which kind of goes against the whole once they find a husband that's the only man for them.

      None of these cases state that the monster girls have more than one husband. Also I didn't say anything about incest which is what the devil bug would be related to. Incest and polygamy are two different things.

      Devil bug pairs the two, however.

      Both the offspring and mothers share, so they both are "married" to the man, hence polygany.

      As far as the reverse not happening, well that's just the way it works, I guess.

      For the record, however, in ocarina of time the tendrils are treated as separate creatures feom the adult barinade, so I'd put it down as similar to a multi-mouthed manticore tail analogy-wise.

      It's not exactly "her" but it's still unctionally connected.

      One could say that the real wives of those attached are the ones on their backs.

      In any case, I dunno what to say, really. I'd rather not mess around too nuch, retroactively.

      But all oddities aside, much like atlach nacha and their gentlemen, it seems these lot are happy, hmm?

      Though the scent of god-whale may be a bit much. . .


      Post-script!

      If you're looking for the oddities with a little less of a wierd-streak, please check out my wwyd posts! I make sure to adhere to canonical rules when making my prompts, though my responses have. . . stretched things a bit.

      Also, I will be trying to keep things, erhm, lovey-dovey in this forum in the future.

      I do like it that way.

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