Because the blog apparently died while I wasn't looking, I guess I'll have to repost everything. Let's see if I remember the format:
Series: Demon Lord Dante (Mao Dante)
Kiss effect: Death
Contact Method: Direct
The scene opens with a group of soldiers attempting to open the doors of an ancient ruin. Upon doing so, 4 demons waltz out atop their horses and are greeted to shots by paranoid soldiers afraid of what they've unleashed. Their shots, however, were ineffective as the dark-skinned female member of the demonic quartet raised a shield that would reflect any incoming bullets. After disposing a few soldiers, she made a few flirtatious quips at the alledged leader of the bunch. He lashed back in disgust but Lamia decided it was time he stopped talking altogether. Her eyes glowed as she laughed and suddenly the leader dropped his gun. His body began to rise, to the shock of his troops, and he was pulled forward until he sat just inches infront of Lamia. She leaned forward, slowly closing the gap between each other, until their lips met. She grabbed his cheeks and wrapped her legs around his waist. His body slowly beginning to wither, yet she held on tight. Within seconds, he became nothing more than a dried up corpse and as Lamia released him, she could do nothing more than laugh.
Later, the demons attempt to hi-jack a train. While her brothers decide to gruesomely dispose of the passangers, Lamia decides to use a more loving, albeit tedious, send off. Her first victim is a passanger with a keen grasp of the obvious. Following the devouring of a man's head in front of him, he cries out about monsters being on the train. But before he could finish his sentence, he turns to the sensation of a demon's lips upon his own. His body soon withers as those kissed before and eventually he is nothing more than a rotted husk of flesh leaving Lamia to her next victim.