incubus

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How they smile and change their colours, those desiccated ones, the wraiths who suck your moistened soul, the incubi, your wettest dreams.
incubusplural incubi Medieval Latin, alteration of Latin incubo spirit alleged to alight on and suffocate people in their sleep, a derivative of incubare to lie on
Along with her personal succubus, Samara has been introduced to the world of the Cambion and incubi and succubi.