Kícâra Nawahb's-Folk

The Sacred Harlot of Nawahb


Born with paper-dry skin that never burns, and slippery hair that falls like a curtain of black silk, Kícâra is the unexpected result of a slug-man tryst with a human woman. For obvious reasons, her slug-man parent has never acknowledged her birth. Kícâra herself neither confirms nor denies her mixed parentage.


Kícâra is dedicated to Nawahb, the Orchid God of Dreams, Sex, and Food, a masculine deity with an appetite for human sacrifice. On select nights, Kícâra offers herself on the altar for sexual consumption for the troubled of heart, the restless sleeper, the hungry for intimacy.

Kícâra Nawahb's-Folk

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