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Lilith is the broodmother for succubi and she is found in the Plains region. Her name references the demon Lilith mentioned as Adam's first wife in Isaiah 34:14 of the Hebrew Bible. Consequently her children are all demons or succubi.

Her artwork is of the character Shamsiel from the Kyonyuu Fantasy series produced by Waffle. Her character was among the last written before release and she has one of the shortest quest lines (requiring only a single encounter).

"While traveling in the ever rolling plains you find another of the many reliefs that still dot the landscape. This one, however, is a quite captivating, showing a rather interesting female form."


Guide[]

The relief encountered at the beginning of Lilith's quest

Step 1[]

Explore the Plains until you encounter a "quite captivating" relief or sculpture depicting a "rather interesting female form". Choose to Turn around followed by Ask who she is (choosing the other option removes her from the game). Choose the only options: Sounds perfect, What a fuck!, and finally Another broodmother secured

Step 2[]

Explore the Plains region until you encounter the place for the Succubus Home. Build the home (requires 300 wood and 250 stone).

Game Code[]

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   </group>
   <group>
       <header>Biographical information</header>
       <label>Marital status</label><default>Unknown</default>
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       <header>Physical description</header>
       <label>Species</label><default>Unknown</default>
       <label>Gender</label><default>Unknown</default>
       <label>Weight</label><default>Unknown</default></dataLilith is a quest character and possible Broodmother of succubi found in the Plains Region. Based on ancient Mesopotamian mythology, she is not linked with Jewish folklore in any way.


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