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    1. MagisterCultuum
      MagisterCultuum
      A Lamia is a half-woman/half serpent creature (which I at first mistook for a mermaid when I first saw it) which serves as the Kuriotate Arcane line in my modmod. The name is taken from a child-eating daemon in Greek mythology, but there is no indication that the Lamiae of Erebus are such wicked beings.

      I think that Kael intended to add them to the main mod, but never got around to it. It took a while for someone to make decent animations for them. The models themselves have been around as long as the Succubus. They are basically the same as Succubi from the waist up, except for the lack of wings and the presence of some clothing on the Mage and Archmage versions (the adept is still nude).

      I know I found the files in the FfH II Art Team Blog thread, but I can't seem to find the exact post. You could take them from my modmod (if you unpack Magister.fpk) instead if you wish.
    2. MagisterCultuum
      MagisterCultuum
      They aren't rats. The Kuriotates recon line is made up of Mustevals, a race of ferret-men. They are apparently based on a type of Guardinals from the Blessed Fields of Elysium in Dungeons and Dragons 3.5. I am pretty sure that the Mustevals in FfH are not supposed to be extra-planar beings though. Like Centaurs and Griffons, they are probably hybrids originally created in the Age of Magic by archmages abusing the power of Life. (Life magic in that age was mostly used to turn what would otherwise be mere flesh golems into living creatures capable of reproducing.) The Bestiary of Erebus suggests that the only of such creatures to retain a noble nature are the Centaurs, but I think that was before the Mustevals and Lamias (neither of which are mentioned in the Bestiary) were added to the game. I am inclined to count them in the same category.
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