“That's the Power of Love”

Films: Night Angel (1990)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Civilized Area/Forest

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Of all the succubi out there, there is none more recognized or reviled than their official queen. The demon known as Lilith. And to her, humans are easy when it comes to seduction.

History: The enemy of love and the harlot of demons, Lilith has been around for centuries, luring men to their doom with the promise of sexual bliss and pleasure. For today though, she's targeting people associated with a fashion magazine. Quite the place to look for gullible men (and women).

Notable Kills: Makes a guy's kneecaps explode and sends a man to his doom via elevator shaft in the same scene.

Final Fate: It is a man's declaration of true love that causes Lilith to loose her cool and turn into her horrific true form before a women she tormented years ago shoves a special dagger into her chest, blowing her up into viscera and sending her back to Hell.

Powers/Abilities: Shapeshifting and reality warping.

Weakness: Acts of True Love and holy objects.

Scariness Factor: 4-Don't be fooled by this lady's gorgeous looks. Lilith is an absolutely horrible demon with a penchant for preying on your sexual insecurities. Her final form isn't seen much, but it's fairly nasty too, like a giant version of Pumpkinhead.

Trivia: -This film was also known as "Hellborn" and "Deliver Us from Evil".

-Lilith was played by Isa Jank, who had no idea what kind of film she was in, and had to get over her fear of snakes to do it.

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At the very least, you won't need rubbers for her.
Gotta say. She picked the right human disguise.
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