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This is a new character I am processing.

No She's not a Naga, She's a Lamia.

A Lamia is kinda like a Vampire,Succubus,Oracle, naga thing all wrapped into a deadly baby eating bundle in that they seduced young men and then fed on their blood.

In ancient Greek mythology, Lamia was a beautiful queen of Libya who became a child-eating daemon. You see the story goes that Lamia was born the beautiful daughter of King Belus of Egypt, making her the granddaughter of Poseidon and Lybie. Upon her father's death she became queen of one of his territories, Libya. However, while visiting Delphi, She did something extremely stupid, Lamia had an affair with Zeus and bore him children. When Hera, Zeus's wife, discovered the affair, she became enraged and killed the children, because you know you find out your husband is cheating on you again,...you punish the lover and the kids...not the man who can't keep it in his pants. Well Driven insane with grief, Lamia began devouring other children, and her face became hideously distorted from her grisly deeds.
Zeus then gave her the ability to remove her eyes. The purpose of this is unclear, but other versions state this came with the gift of prophecy. Zeus did this to appease Lamia in her grief over the loss of her children.
Later stories state that Lamia was cursed with the inability to close her eyes so that she would always obsess over the image of her dead children. Some accounts say that Hera forced Lamia to devour her own children. Myths variously describe Lamia's monstrous appearance as a result of either Hera's wrath, the pain of grief, the madness that drove her to murder, or - in some rare versions - a natural result of being Hecate's daughter.

One interpretation posits that the Lamia may have been a seductress, as in Philostratus' Life of Apollonius of Tyana, where the philosopher Apollonius reveals to the young bridegroom, Menippus, that his hastily-married wife is really a lamia, planning to devour him. Some harlots were named "Lamia". The connection between Demetrius Poliorcetes and the courtesan Lamia was notorious. In Renaissance emblems, Lamia has the body of a serpent and the breasts and head of a woman, like the image of hypocrisy.In his 9th-century treatise on divorce, Hincmar, archbishop of Reims, listed lamiae among the supernatural dangers that threatened marriages, and identified them with geniciales feminae,female reproductive spirits. The Keats story follows the general plotline of Philostratus, with Apollonius revealing Lamia's true nature before her wedding.

So yeah
Oh also wanted to mention her snake half is based of the CopperBelly Water Snake...just thought you should know.
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