Films: Ink (2009)
Location: Civilized Area/Eldritch location
Height/Weight: That of average humans.
Affiliation: Evil (though Imp is temporarily so)
Summary: Dream-warpers are rare in film, but when they appear, logic flies out the window, and life becomes all the more precious. For all your Kruegers and Dreamscapers, one must ask why we dream in the first place. Who could possibly be pulling all of the strings?
History: In this world, there are three kinds of spirits who give out dreams to the living. The good Storytellers, the neutral Drifters, and the evil Incubi. But then one day, a malformed Drifter named Ink grew tired of his position and appearance, and sought to join the Incubi due to their ability to mask their sorrow in blissful ignorance. To prove himself, he has taken a little girl's soul hostage, and intends to give it to the Incubi once he figures out how to get into their realm. But there are Storytellers, Drifters, and regular humans who seek out to stop his evil plan, but can they?
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After the Storytellers and the Incubi keep clashing with one another and things start to go crazy, Ink realizes due to the convoluted time-shifting of the dreamworld that he is in fact the future self of the girl's father who killed himself after she lost her soul. Realizing the error of his ways, he slays the Incubi he almost appealed to, and after the Storytellers take care of the rest, he lives on as his human self to take care of his daughter. Combined with the music, it's honestly one of the most beautiful final battles we’ve seen in a low-budget film.
Powers/Abilities: All Incubi can travel through the dreamworld, where time is bendable and reality can be transcended.
Weakness: Storytellers, other Incubi, Drifters.
Scariness Factor: 4-The Incubi are unfathomably creepy with their dark visages and soulless bright eyes. They are also quite evil. Ink would have been scarier for how much of a kidnapper he is..,but for one, his look is a bit silly, and he's ultimately not a villain in the end. It's a good thing he learned his lesson and went for what was right.
Trivia: -Ink was played by Christopher Soren Kelly. This is perhaps the one role people recognize him for.
-As we have stated once before, Incubi are typically male succubi. If there is any talk of dream-warping on their part, it is rare.