Harvester Imps

Har­vester imps are a species of earth­bound pur­ga­to­r­i­al demon spir­its. When a liv­ing per­son dies, their spir­it is sent to pur­ga­to­ry to wait out judge­ment. Those who have no place in either heav­en or hell are giv­en a choice; to dis­ap­pear as if they nev­er exist­ed, or to become a Har­vester Imp, in which they will serve the pur­pose of main­tain­ing the bal­ance between good and evil among the earths liv­ing beings, but this eter­nal way of liv­ing comes at a price.

Har­vester imps no longer has a sense of human­i­ty or a sense of human morals or con­cious­ness. They are husks of ener­gy, and although fair and bal­anced by their very nature, they lack the abil­i­ty to feel sym­pa­thy for their actions. After all, its their actions which feed them. Har­vester Imps are so called due to their need to con­sume or “har­vest” emo­tions from the liv­ing. They thrive on neg­a­tive ener­gy and emo­tions pro­duced by the liv­ing, human or ani­mal. They are always present in times of sad­ness, greif, anger, etc, and after a suc­cess­ful feed­ing, the Imp is left sat­is­fied and the source of the neg­a­tiv­i­ty is left free of his or her harsh emo­tions. If not enough emo­tion is present for the imp to feed on, the imp will slow­ly with­er away and dissapear.

Imps have recent­ly tak­en to bond­ing to spe­cif­ic peo­ple in order to avoid with­er­ing away from star­va­tion, and those they choose to bond to are stuck with their imp for life. In this way, they can either be seen as Par­a­sites or Allies. To those that accept them and don’t resist, They will serve as obe­di­ent pets and allow their mas­ters to live peace­ful­ly by con­sis­tent­ly remov­ing their neg­a­tive ener­gies until there’s noth­ing left behind besides the pos­i­tive ener­gy. They feed on this ener­gy in var­i­ous ways, all of which involve phys­i­cal contact…this can be any­thing from a kiss, to a touch, to being held, to sex­u­al con­tact. Imps who bond to liv­ing crea­tures do so via spir­i­tu­al con­nec­tion. As such, bond­ed imps are phys­i­cal­ly stronger and need not feed as often as their wild coun­ter­parts do. Being bond­ed to their Mas­ters mind, they feed only in extreme cases.

Aside from an emo­tion­al out­let, Imps also serve as their mas­ters voice of con­science. Being fair by their very nature, they tend to aid their Mas­ters in tough deci­sion mak­ing and allow their Mas­ters to think log­i­cal­ly more so than emo­tion­al­ly. They are high­ly intel­li­gent crea­tures with a vast under­stand­ing of human lan­guage, although their nat­ur­al tongue can­not be trans­lat­ed, but to a Mas­ter an Imp speaks clear­ly and pre­cise as any human would. Oth­er­wise, their lan­guage sounds like a series of clicks and hiss­es sim­i­lar in nature to the sound a barn owl makes. Click here for an exam­ple. They also make a sim­i­lar screech­ing sound when aggres­sive, only this sound is much more like an entire flock of barn owls scream­ing at the top of their lungs: Click

This screech can be eas­i­ly heard from 50 miles away, and to any crea­ture (aside from its mas­ter) with­in earshot, it proves to be a very dead­ly weapon. As such, Imps tend to avoid screech­ing as loud as they’re able to unless the sit­u­a­tion is dire and their Mas­ter is in trouble.

Phys­i­cal­ly, Imps can range in height any­where from 5 to 12 feet tall. They are nei­ther anthro nor fer­al, they sim­ply choose to walk upright and run on all fours. They are also very skilled swim­mers. Their long lean bod­ies and sharp angled heads allow them to cut through the water just as swift­ly as any marine ani­mal. Once sub­merged, their legs and arms will sit tight­ly against their bod­ies and they swim by snaking back and forth in a sim­i­lar fash­ion to a sea ser­pent or alli­ga­tor. Their long, pre­hen­sile tails serve as a coun­ter­weight when run­ning and a pow­er­ful rud­der under water. Despite hav­ing some def­i­n­i­tion, most imps are extra­or­di­nar­i­ly thin. Some even appear to be ema­ci­at­ed, but it is sim­ply due to their nature as demons. Imps are rel­a­tive­ly gen­der­less. Beneath their long pubic fur is a thin slit which also hous­es a penis-like appendage which they use to plea­sure their mas­ters, or the slit can serve as a vagi­na-like ori­fice which their mas­ters can use for their own plea­sure. Sex is one way an Imp can har­vest emo­tions from their mas­ter, but they also mate with their Mas­ters sim­ply for the sake of mat­ing and sat­is­fy­ing their mas­ters needs just as their mas­ters sat­is­fy their need to feed. Imps do feel plea­sure dur­ing mat­ing, how­ev­er the plea­sure they feel dur­ing sex is mere­ly an intense high from the over­load of emo­tion they are receiv­ing from their mas­ters more so than legit­i­mate sex­u­al pleasure.

Imps have tiny mouths when at rest. So small in fact it almost appears as if they have no mouth at all. When aggres­sive or ready to feed, Imps mouths stretch back almost the full length of their heads into a fear­some and sin­is­ter grin, reveal­ing a thick set of razor sharp teeth which lock togeth­er in a per­fect scis­sor bite. Their grin is one of their most defin­ing fea­tures, and the one thing that most peo­ple tend to fear most. No mat­ter what, this grin always looks like a smile.

Imps can come in a wide vari­ety of shapes, sizes, coats, etc, but their more defin­ing fea­tures are always con­sis­tent, these fea­tures being their sharp angled head, long ten­dril like ears and pre­hen­sile tail. Each imp that has been bond­ed also bears a sym­bol on their fore­head spe­cif­ic to their mas­ters at that present time. The sym­bol has the ten­den­cy to change as the imp finds a new mas­ter or as their own mas­ter grows and changes.

Source: https://​www​.furaf​fin​i​ty​.net/​j​o​u​r​n​a​l​/​6​1​4​8​7​48/

((Rework­ing this con­tent. Here as a place hold­er for the moment))

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