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Instant Antagonist: The Selfish Succubus


INSTANT ANTAGONISTS are systemless creatures or beings designed for use in modern supernatural/horror games. Many will be supernatural in nature; some will be (at least nominally) human. Some are truly evil, others simply selfish or immoral, others may be victims themselves.

Perfect for modern horror gaming that might need a new twist on old legends. The INSTANT ANTAGONISTS line offers details on each monsters origins, powers and plenty of story hooks to include them in your modern horror games.

The Selfish Succubus

Lily Sinclaire is a dream come true and your worst nightmare all wrapped up in one.

Is she a demon or a witch? Will she seduce the monster hunters or manipulate them into fighting against her enemies? When comes to magic, how far will a mage go to learn her secrets? When Lily is around, vampires just might have some competition for the best mortals to feed on.

The Selfish Succubus is one monster you're just dying to get to know better...

Written by Jess Hartley with art by Jeff Preston.

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December 5th, 2020
Whetted my appetite for more in shuch a short space. [...]
July 14th, 2010
I received this through the Haiti Relief Bundle and was suprised by how useful it was when I read through it. Being systemless it was great instant inspiration. I immediately put this character into my Hunter: the Vigil game as a subtle but powerful en [...]
March 12th, 2010
The quality of the writing is good. Unfortunately, this is a very small product consisting of one systemless character description. As such, this is about the smallest detectable particle that can be called a gaming product, even less massive than the [...]
December 29th, 2009
I suppose I should start off with a disclaimer: I do most of my reviews over at (from where my free reviewer's copy originated); however, this product also comes from them. For that reason, you're reading about it here instead. The con [...]
November 22nd, 2009
I picked up a copy of “Instant Antagonist: The Selfish Succubus” last week. Instant Antagonists is a new product line from Flames Rising. Now full disclaimer here, I know Matt McElroy and I am a fan of his site and his work. IF you are a horror gam [...]
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November 20, 2009
This title was added to our catalog on November 19, 2009.