Corruption in the Woods


Corruption: In her more physical form, Lilith's corruption is also more tangible. For an Action Point, she can cause spontaneous body rot on a target. The effect is temporary, and does little damage, but the target must make a Mental Defense save against Lilith's Magic to not be stunned. Additionally, a physical skill of her choice is reduced by 2 for a turn.

The Forest Dies: Lilith's corruptive powers can sometimes work in small ways too. Trapped in the woods, she's learned to rot branches, making them fall and impede movement, or herd someone where she wants them. This cost no Action Points.


Utterly Broken: Although she's incredibly strong, causing death to sapient creatures actually disgusts her on some level. Whether this is because she's now in a near human form, or because she cannot corrupt what she kills, is unknown. This does effect that the full scope of her power usually cannot be used once she's killed.
Utterly Depraved: Lilith has a bit of human anger in her now that she's been made corporeal. This makes her prone to lash out at people physically in a more violent manner, rather than employing her magic. However, she's also prone to being lost in the rage, and becoming reckless.
Utterly Eternal: Even given form, Corruption is still a concept at heart. You can't kill a concept out completely, and there's no telling where it might pop up next. In fact destroying Lilith may even free Corruption to do more.


  • Magic (Corruption): 5 (Superb)
  • Intimidation: 3 (Good)
  • Strength: 2 (Fair)
  • Agility: 4 (Great)
  • Perception: 3 (Good)
  • Melee Weapons (Unarmed): 2 (Fair)
  • Physical Defense: 3 (Good)
  • Mental Defense: 5 (Superb)
  • Body: 8
  • Mind: 3
  • Action Points: 3


  • Language: (Sumerian)


Personal History

At first it was just a thought in Aristotle's mind. Corruption, a vague concept that someone could be changed, made to deviate from their ideals for money, power, love, and perhaps even outside forces. Quickly, all sorts of utterly broken behaviour was being explained away with corruption. Sometimes it was even the devil himself doing the corrupting. Eventually the word and the idea got thrown around so much, it stared to take shape. Hiding in the dark places, it found corruption and pushed it further. Businessmen became more greedy, leaders more power hungry, and scorned lovers more volatile.
Then it happened. There was a burst of energy never felt before. The veils of the world torn asunder, nuclear detonations, and outsiders tearing their way into this world. Then she was born. Lilith, corruption given form and a name, started to push her power on anyone and anything she could. Her fingers finding the cracks in morality, personality and ideals, then pulling them out. When the local fae tried to stop her, they only trapped themselves with her. Now she feeds on them, making sure they suffer too.


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