Her Grace sends her deepest apologies, my lord, but with this latest scheme, we are already pressed to breaking point! She sends me in her stead. I am a scholar of souls and redemption and i hope to answer any queries you ha->>39339877>>39341523
Well... This explains a lot.>>39344512
Wait, are you counting those of demonic descent? That's hardly fair to class them as 'infiltrators'. If that were the case, I'm an Orc infiltrator, thanks to my great-grandfather.>>39346128
Uh, speaking from experience? No amount of 2D or 3D porn desensitizes you to someone attractive enough. Believe me.
But still, there is a chance at redeeming these succubi, I assure you. It's not an easy, or clean task however.
You see, the only way of an evil outsider 'redeeming' would be to cease being its intrinsic self. They would have to choose to willingly burn away every, or very nearly every single shred of themself, only maintaining awareness at all, if they held tight to the one lonely spark inside them, that CHOSE to be good. Everything else, every memory, every fragment of personality, except that ONE part that chose the path of good, would have to be destroyed, before they could re-form, renewed and purified.
If you're lucky and their will is strong, there might be JUST enough left to consider them the same person, with no memories. If not... They're a total stranger who has just occupied the fiend's position in the universe. Either way, it's no little thing; redeeming an outsider permanently shifts the balance a tiny bit in favour of good. Other victories or losses are a temporary change, but if you can purify a being that is an expression of the vital essence of all existence, it's a permanent, if immeasurably small, advantage for righteousness.
The issue is, it has to be chosen willingly, or else you risk causing such a large temporary imbalance towards evil, that it negates any good that entity could possibly exert in all their existence.