The Succubi Cult


The Succubi, as a cult, emerged from the ashes of the Great War, nearly the same time when natural oil resources ran out finally - around 2057 AC. As the traditional structure of society started to decay many turned to ways of different beliefs, most of them to those which satisfied their pure and most ancient instincts.

These smaller groups were melted slowly into one cult, mainly due to the activity of well-known at that time Jennifer 'Honeytits' Campbell, a former porn actress. She and her fans reached back to classical religions for ideas. They found religion of Ishtar /Astarthe/ Astaroth a goddess of fertility and love.

Ms. Campbell, of course, used mainly the sexual aspects in her infamous book 'To Heaven by Sex', which became the basis for the cult's ideology. The methods of worship were based on the excessive amount of energy that can be produced by sexual activities. Most of cult's spells were worked out by Ms. Campbell.

It is unknown, whom the name 'Succubi' was given by but it is a fact the cult was called by it even in Campbell's lifetime. The followers section in Bristol managed to develop the way of using sperm for magical purposes around mid 2080. Due to the drop-back of science level we cannot really explain how this method works exactly - likely by freeing up some kind molecular energy by spiritual ways.

The followers gather semen and by a 'blessing' change it into 'sperm potion'. Using our current technical equipment for examination, the potion seems to be mere human seed. But, followers gain energy by drinking it.This energy is given direction by cult spells and has a subconscious effect upon victims who are cast upon, usually manipulating sexual behavior.

The other way the cult uses sperm is making 'magical charges', which is also managed by some bless-chanting - it forms a liquid fuel cell type thing. With several electrical and mechanical accessories they construct 'wands' which use these charges as fuel and can cause massive electrical injuries within a certain distance. Examinations showed no special feature of this charge except a significant raise in its magnetic field.

The remaining organizations of Christian Church - lost influence but still powerful - claim the Succubi Cult harmful and imprudent, its spells and techniques infernal and disgusting. According to King's rules the cult is not legalized as a religion but not pursued by law either - though the chance is high that they will be grabbed and arrested them when followers commit any related crime such as public lewd conduct.