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The importance of consent: a narrative.
I will forever reblog this gifset.
look at how badass she is though i mean some of it gets on her too and doesn’t even give a fuck
She pours hot liquid on her own leg she’s that badass.
fire cannot kill a dragon.
Nemesis was born Raleigh Beaubel in 1912. She was born to a poor fisherman and his wife. At age sixteen, she fell in love with a boy by the name of Collin Grieff, a rough and tough 17 year old who had no respect for no one, especially the law. They ran away together and started a life of crime. By 21, they had killed 27 men, 15 women, 2 children, and a cockier spaniel. They were dubbed the Heartless Lovers, for they would not give a second thought for the lives of others, but they only loved each other with unwavering devotion, or so it seemed. One fateful night, during a police raid of the speakeasy where Raleigh and Collin were holing up, the couple ran to the roof of the apartment building the speakeasy was under. They were cornered with no chance of escape. They took each others’ hands and stepped to the ledge as if to jump. But Collin stood back, and pushed Raleigh 10 stories onto a police car and to her death. He final thought of life: That son of a bitch, I will get you for this!
She would get her wish. The coroner who worked on her corpse was a novice Necromancer and had taken a liking to the famous Heartless Lover. Using a mediocre spell, he reunited Raleigh’s spirit with her poorly sewn together body, a blood thirsty mind searing itself into her brain. When she arose, the coroner foolishly believed she was his to command. But, in necromancy, putting the same spirit back into it’s body would give it its will once again. She murdered the coroner after failed attempts to command her. Though the mind was not the mind of Raleigh Beubel, it still thirsted for vengeance on the murder of it’s body.
Raleigh adopted a new name, Nemesis. and she waited, and watched through the years. As her pray aged and gained power, she plotted and practiced with a satisfied grin (as she could no longer feel anything else but satisfaction and dissatisfaction). Until one night, on the 50th anniversary of the death of Raleigh, Nemesis entered the home of the now elderly (and mostly reformed) Collin Grief. The old man could not believe his eyes, his young lover, not aging a day, was standing in the parlor of his luxurious play boy mansion. He desperately begged for forgiveness, but his pitiful pleas reach a dead and rotted heart that was incapable of such an action. For hours, Nemesis slaughtered him, laughing with satisfaction as his cries of agony reached no one (For Nemesis had assassinated all his bodyguards). Even though she did not want to give him the sweet release of death, Collin’s decrepit body fell lifelessly to her blood soaked feet. Nemesis was satisfied.
Now she wanders the world, serving masters that give her satisfactory project to occupy her damned second life. She enjoys the company of vampires.