The Priestesses of Northshire Abbey Ch. 01
Kelethia sighed and rubbed her eyes. She had been reading for nearly an hour, but it felt much longer than that. The tome in front of her had been a gift from Sister Anetta. “Study it well,” she had said, “for it contains important lessons you will need to learn if you are to become a priestess.” Kelethia had started reading it right away, for her greatest dream was to become a priestess. Ever since coming to the abbey three years ago, after her parents died during a Horde raid on Southshore, she had been in awe of the men and women who worked at the Abbey. They had miraculous powers, and everyone admired them. Kelethia wanted to be powerful and admired, too – and when she turned twenty-one next month, she intended to be ready to join the priesthood. Continue reading The Priestesses of Northshire Abbey.
As always I’m very late. I was supposed to write this post much sooner.
Anyway, here is my tribute to Sgray the author of two great corruption stories:
“The Priestesses Of Northshire Abbey” and “The Fall of the Heroes”.
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Some interesting content from Kenkou Cross the creator of the “Monster Girl Encyclopedia”:
The Japanese artist created his Monster (girl) Encyclopedia a few years ago and has kept developing it ever since.
The story is about a powerful Demon Lord that came to a fantasy land and, in his wake, was followed by many kind of female monsters “manono”.
You can learn more about it here:
and here for the latest translated content:
I have compiled for you every creature whose theme was linked to the one of corruption or transformation. I also added content concerning specific characters, heroines who ended being corrupted to illustrate the encyclopedia’s entries.
So those are the troublemakers…
Who then lead to the corruption and transformation (or propagation) of:
Continue reading Kenkou Cross Monster Encyclopedia