“A very famous monster with the lower body of a snake. There are varying power gaps across this race’s many offshoots. Even so, older Lamias are assumed to have extremely powerful magic.
This particular Lamia has average power, but is extremely cruel. She enjoys coiling around her catch and hurting them. After weakening a man enough she enjoys swallowing them whole. If she finds a high-quality male, it’s possible that she will mate with them before eating. Like other Lamias, she has complete control over the muscles inside her vagina, allowing her to adjust the tightness to force men to ejaculate when she chooses. This is a very dangerous monster to run into as a man.
There have been instances of Lamias falling in love with men. Once they fall in love, they are extremely relentless in making the man hers. It’s said that they get so jealous that they will stay coiled around the man for the rest of his life, never allowing him to escape.”
- Attack - One Foe, Normal Attack
- Snake Tail Strike - All Foes, Physical
- Tail Caress (M) - One Foe (Luka), Pleasure Attribute
- Tail Caress (F) - One Foe, Pleasure Attribute
- Lamia Roll - One Foe (Luka), Physical, Bind(3 Turns Break)
- Constrict (M) - Rape
- Coiled Handjob - Rape
- Coiled Fellatio - Rape
- Coiled Paizuri - Rape
- Lamia Vagina (Act.) - Rape
- Lamia Vagina (Cont.) - Rape
- Sure-Death Tightness - Rape
- Constrict (F) - One Foe, Physical, Bind 50%
Strong enemy. However, she appears only alone and most of her attacks target Luka only. You can use him as a human shield or let him be in back-up group. Just let your mage kill her with ice-based attacks.
Did you become prey to a Lamia? Sheesh, you're totally incompetent. The Lamia has high offense and defense. Her snake attacks and binds are also painful. She isn't strong in magic, so attack her with that. Also, Sleep seems to be quite effective. Ice and Sleep are common to Lamias as weak points. Make sure to remember that. Now go, oh brave Luka. Cast your hammer of justice down upon the abominable existences known as Lamias.