human!naga

colieoli  asked:

Perhaps someone asked already, but how are Collin's parents half snakes, and Collin is a full snake?

they’re all nagas! which in the PDverse, range full spectrum from ‘big talking snake’ to ‘snake-like people.’
nagas are all born as snakes, but as they get older, most can start taking more humanoid traits with practice, and shift back and forth, although many have a ‘cap’ on how good they can get at it. the most common cap is the conventional naga - mostly human from the waist up, snake from the waist down (though its also common for their humanoid upper half to still have a face that’s more snake than human, or for an individual naga to be most comfortable in a form with less humanoid traits than they can emulate).
being able to form functional legs is relatively rare, and shifting away their tails altogether even moreso.

collin’s parents have the standard limit, while collin himself can’t morph more humanoid traits at all - although it’s not necessarily because it was his natural cap. he Did A Hubris and got mode-locked as a child before he ever got any good at shifting. he doesn’t mind it any at this point.

anywho here’s his parents shifted into Big Snake mode

Important Hindu Deities

Since Hinduism is often not really talked about in terms of pantheon (”all the rage” is with Greek/Roman/Egyptian, MAYBE Norse, depending on the circle you’re talking to), I wanna take the time to discuss some important deities within the Hinduism pantheon. There are other important ‘mythical’ type figures in Hinduism, so this list does NOT include everyone.

My information for this list was taken from the amazing book The Little Book of Hindu Deities by the great author, Sanjay Patel.

  • Ganesha: Best known for ‘good luck’, Ganesh/Ganesha is often spoken to when someone is asking for good luck. He is the son of Shiva and Parvati. He loves sweets! He is the brother of Karttikeya, and is the son of Shiva and Parvati

The Hindu Trinity (trimurti)

  • Brahma: Creator of the world and all living things, he designed the goddess Sarasvati. She was very shy and when she tried to avoid his gaze, he sprouted another head (coming to four heads in total). He can commonly be seen riding a goose or swan. He is the keeper of the Holy Vedas (the story of how the world was created according to Hinduism)
  • Vishnu: He is known as the ‘invisible protector’. He preserves justice and has 10 avatars. He is very popular in Hinduism
  • Shiva: He is known as a meditator, yogi (someone who acts as an inspiration for all is the simplest way to describe this; the Bhagavad Gita, which is a famous holy piece of text in Hinduism, describes it as: fearlessness, purity of heart, strives for wisdom, studies Hindu scripture, is self disciplined, straight forward, is truthful, does not hold grudges against someone, promotes peace, shows compassion for all creatures, does not exhibit greed, is gentle and modest, is not restless, is forgiving and patient and does not hold onto hatred and is not conceited). Shiva is the god of destruction, transformation, and regeneration. Deer and snakes are often associated with him. He is the dad of Ganesha and Karttikeya and husband to Parvati. He can often be seen with a trident next to him, the trident symbolizing creation, protection, and destruction of the universe

Mahadevi (mother goddess)

  • Sarasvati: Goddess of knowledge and arts, she was the first goddess ever to be worshipped in Hinduism. She is the sister of Lakshmi and Parvati. She is a symbol of being a great thinker, a gifted creator, and an independent woman. It is believed that mortal musicians, artists, writers, and students are part of her family. Her companion is a white swan. She is also NOT interested in romance with others.
  • Durga: Shiva suggested to create a new god, and thus Durga was made. She is known to be pretty, fierce, and a great warrior. Hindus celebrate her with Durga Puja, which is a 10 day celebration. She fights suffering and injustice and brings harmony and kindness. She is known to feed animals and people and is a fearless goddess. She can commonly be found riding on lions or tigers. 
  • Lakshi: She is the goddess of wealth and happiness. The Hindu gods fell in love with her when she emerged from the ocean. Shiva claimed her as his wife, but she was only interested in Vishnu. Shiva also already had a wife, so Lakshi became his consort (life partner). She is known for good luck, but she does NOT have tolerance for those who wish to use her for money (such as luck with gambling). Lakshi is known to gift prosperity and often carries an ancient symbol of well being. 
  • Parvati: Parvati has numerous names: Uma, Guari, and Shakti. She was born into royalty. She fell in love with Shiva and visited him often, gifting him with flowers and fruit. Shiva, however, was deep into meditation and never noticed her. Parvati grew extremely frustrated and threw herself into seclusion, going into her own meditation. She wanted to create enough energy from the meditation to force Shiva to noticed her. It worked and he accepted her as his wife. Parvati is the mother of Ganesha and Karttikeya. Parvati is the goddess of fertility, love, divine strength, and devotion.
  • Sita: Sita is said to be made from the earth and be the child of an earth deity because of that. She is an avatar of the goddess Lakshmi. Sita was kidnapped from her beloved. When she was returned to her husband, Rama, people questioned her “purity”. To prove it, she walked through fire, and remarkably, she went unscathed! 
  • Kali: Known as the “black one”, Kali is known to encompass paradoxes. She is not the goddess death (this is a common misconception with her). However, she is the goddess of time, liberation, and is considered to be a loving mother goddess to her devotees. An extremely fierce fighter, Kali defeated a supposedly ”unbeatable” enemy that was causing the other Hindu gods trouble!

Animal Gods

  • Nagas: they were semi-divine beings and were commonly depicted as half-cobra and half-human (and handsome!). Nagas held a dual identity - semidivine and semidemonic. They were known to protect the Earth’s treasures. They were commonly seen as symbols of creation, life, and fertility. They were known to help the Hindu gods on different quests and sheltered Buddha from a terrible storm.
  • Garuda: Known of the kind of birds, he moved at the speed of light! Garuda was known as the messenger to rely messages between gods and humans. He is also known to have a huge appetite. So much so, that Vishnu asked him if he wanted to peck at his arm and eat his flesh. Garuda attempted to peck him, but saw that the god’s skin was impenetrable, and realized he was asked a question by a god! Since this incident, Garuda promised to serve Vishnu
  • Hanuman: He is the son of Vayu and is known as the Monkey King. He can greatly expand his size or shrink to a very small size. He is known to be strong, clever, loyal, and a very faithful friend. He was good friends with Rama (an incarnation of Vishnu). Rama had a younger brother, named Lakshmana, who was injured in battle. Hanuman went to find herbs to help him heal, but was unsure of what to grab. To rectify this situation, he brought the whole mountain of what the herbs were on! 
  • Surabi: She is the mother of all cows. She is a symbol of abundance, nonviolence, respect, prosperity, generosity, help purifies bodies, and blesses people with good health. According to Indian law (India), cows can NOT be harmed. 

I have left off the 10 avatars of Vishnu, demigods, the nine planets, and summaries of some important holy texts in Hinduism. I felt like this list served as a good general introduction to the Hinduism pantheon. This list was NOT supposed to be an ‘in depth’ review of the Hindu pantheon! Again, much thanks to The Little Book of Hindu Deities by the great author, Sanjay Patel.

anonymous asked:

love your art :) btw can we do a role revesal? you know instead of g/t vore it's t/g vore? you know with the tiny eating the giant? an eksampel of this could be a 10 meter (with tail) long naga, whose human body is as big as a normal human, swallows a 9 meter tall and 2 meter wide giant? he's a snake, the snake belly can streach. or maybe a fairy swallowing a human and ends up looking like a giant yoga-ball with it's tiny body at the top? you know something where the small eats the big :)

Oh my gosh the poor tiny wouldn’t be able to move with a belly that big. And the giant would be all squished in there aaah (and thank you friend!! <3)

level 1: barley monsters

twilight vampires, werewolves in human form, a/b/o, ghosts, bigfoot, almost everything from anime, warm bodies zombies, anthro dragons w human dick, mermaids

level 2: ok these r actual monsters

werewolves, mothman, aliens, partial monsters, mothman, vampires, bad cgi porn, anthro dragons w cool dragon dick

level 3: cool

sharkman from loz w human dick, monsters that are still humanoid + act like it, zombies, goosebumps, small dragons (smaller than a horse)

level 4: better

sharkman from loz w shark dicks, monsters w extra limbs and stuff, nagas w snake dicks (nagas w human dicks r 4 wimps), big dragons

level 5: hella

spider tord, only lightly humanoid monsters, creatures that were clearly not supposed 2 be hot in any way

level 6: hella

eldritch horrors 

pls suggest more this got deleted and i forgot most of them rip

Tribal warriors of the land ((Open Rp. Can be nsfw or smut))

There are tribes across the land, each one as dangerous as the last. They ruled this land in a very tense peace. Each one mistrusted the other mostly due to differences of culture, tradition, or past hatreds.

There was the Element tribe, each member proficient in all sorts of magic. Their leader was the master of magic. Each leader is chosen by their proficiency. No one knows what their race or species are due to their robes and secrecy. Their weapons are mostly staves, scepters, and handmade wands.

The Shadow tribe is a lesser known tribe, but very large. Their members are known thieves, assassins, and treasure hunters. Their numbers are a closely held secret, but their numbers include humans, Nekos, Lamias, and Nagas. Their weapons are mostly daggers, rapiers, fey blades, bows and throwing weapons.

The Battlefield tribe are the smallest, yet stronger tribe. Mostly Dragons, Minotaur, Oxen, and Orcs, they are masters of Melee, Sabotage, Hand-to-hand, and Brutality.

There was a fourth tribe, the Trader tribe. They were basically a tribe devoted to making and selling supplies. They grew food and traded with the other tribes.

Everything was peaceful within the tribes. This is where the story begins. Which tribe do ‘you’ belong to? What will ‘your’ story be?

shepardn72
Of Snakes and Pizza (Nagastuck)

For a polite anon who wanted DirkJake vore. and a long time follower who asked for dirkjake vore when i first asked for prompts. 

This is safe, soft, not sexual, similar size (not same size) vore. I had a lot of fun writing this, and I think it is a really fun story! 

4100 words long! 

Read below or on AO3 (comments are loved, and on AO3 they can be anonymous!) 

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A gift for united-states-of-wwhatevver for being generally an awesomazing person, friend and ridiculously talented writer like hoLY HEC K. Seriously go check out their work its BRILLIANT. This won’t be continued sadly and this isn’t currently part of the AU but w/e. Hope you all like it! 

Werebeasts, Nagas, and Monsters, oh my!: Writing POC Monster Persons

Anon asked: Hi! I love your blog, and I’m someone looking to get into writing fantasy. More specifically, I want to write stories about monster-human hybrids like harpies, naga, werebeasts, centaurs, ect. I want to include non-white characters, but given the number of stereotypes comparing POCs to animals/monsters, I’m a little worried about the implications of having actual POC monsterpeople. But that’s to excuse for excluding them. Is there any advice to give on how to avoid writing this offensively?

Hello there anon.

As you may know, I’ve mentioned before that animals can be a cover up for using an actual POC character. It’s in the same vein that Elves are more plausible than darker skinner persons, or even POC in Medieval settings. However, there are ways to have POC beastpersons and monsters without being racist.

The key thing here is to remember to avoid Fantastic Racism, meaning that having POC monster characters should never be a metaphor for race relations and the like. Already, POC, particularly black people, are associated with animals and being “beasts”. Avoid that like the plague, and aim to make characters that are more than just “creatures”, but are dynamic and 3D.

Do these few things, and you can craft POC monsters of all shades and cultures. Best of luck exploring your wild side!

-Mod Nagone

Depends on the story you’re writing—are there also white monster people? Or is it white humans and PoC monster people? The first one is all right since everyone is in the same boat; the latter isn’t, since it singles out PoC as the monsters and not white people.

—mod Jess

I Don’t Want This Kind Of Hero x MCU

Just a very self-indulgent fantasy where I crossover two of my fave things. The idea just came to me because the most convenient plot? point? crossover point? of anything Marvel is that anything can happen over ‘multiverse’ and ‘outer space’ theory. Honestly, I’m surprised this idea hasn’t crossed my mind earlier. 

One day this little spot that looks like a swirling thing starts to form in New York sky, and when someone notices it, everyone starts freaking out about it because Aliens. So the Avengers get called, (and because I can’t think of anything else these days, it’s post-CACW) and Tony and Vision and Rhodey just sit by the portal, ready to go (at least Tony and Vision are) despite them being only two viable fighters against what might be a horde. Except the portal seems to be tiny, just barely enough to squeeze through one man. 

And one human squeezes through indeed. Naga just gets ‘ptooie’d out by the portal and Tony and Rhodey and Vision are just standing/sitting there because a kid just got spat out by the sky. And Tony immediately shoots up because holY SHIT IT’S A HUMAN KID AND HE’S FALLING. 

Except when he’s almost close to the falling kid, he suddenly flips around and they just meet eyes right before Tony SLAMS INTO HIM BECAUSE HE WAS TRYING TO SAVE A KID BY INTERCEPTING HIM HE CAN’T SUDDENLY STOP LIKE THAT and they’re falling together—- Until Tony uprights himself and searches for the boy because he must have hallucinated seeing a nerdy kid - with not even a superhero costume or anything! - just fly, except he is, a few feet away, speaking in a familiar language that he can’t speak. But it sounds like Korean. 

And at the same time I imagine Naga, when he gets asked in what he assumes is English, he just uses all the english in his vocabulary all together: “Hello! Thank you! My Name Is Naga! How Are You? I’m Fine Thank You And You?” And later, much after charades while in the air, remembers to ask: “Do you speak Korean?”

Much after the fact, after Tony and Naga charade themselves down to ground level, Naga is taken to a UN building because nobody knew about Korean super  humans? And I like to think about how, while OOC, the world is actually a little bit kinder to Naga because despite his flying into foreign territory, he looks relatively harmless and seems pretty young. Except Naga has no idea when they ask for his ‘Last Name’ because his name is just Naga. No, it’s not a superhero name. No, he’s not a superhero. He’s a part of this organization called Spoon, have they not heard of it? They should know, because it’s government sanctioned. No, he’s not making fun of the representative. He doesn’t know if it’s an acronym. And after much questions like this, they come to realize that Naga is not from this Earth/dimension.


I like this idea, and I think I’m going to continue thinking about this, later. 

The Storyteller and The Naga AU

Character A lives in a fairly normal house, in a fairly normal neighborhood, in a fairly normal city…except in Character A’s backyard, there’s a naga (half-human, half-snake) living there. Tucked away from the prying eyes of humans, Character B has been able to use their glamour to create a comfortable home for themself, but Character A can see through the magic shielding Character B.

While Character B is naturally very reclusive, they do enjoy the company of Character A, who comes home from school/work/a date/etc. and tells Character B everything that’s happened in their day.

The Signs as Nagas (Snake-Human)
  • Aries: They have tails which range up to 8 meters (26 feet). Although they are large and heavy, they are surprisingly fast. With several rows of sharp fangs, they seem scary, but are actually peace-loving and warm creatures<p/><b>Taurus:</b> With a short muscular tail, these extremely fast hunters eat everything with a pulse. EVERYTHING. In extreme cases, they commit cannibalism...<p/><b>Gemini:</b> Olive skin combined with a golden/brownish tail from the hips downwards. They live in large groups and are known for their cordiality and happy nature<p/><b>Cancer:</b> They are the most rare of them all, as they are close to extinction. These nagas are timid and hide underground in large caves. Their tail is said to be shimmer in various colors of the rainbow, making them attractive targets for poachers<p/><b>Leo:</b> Ferocious and aggressive. Very territorial. Strong and muscular tail resembling that of an anaconda. Kill their prey by suffocating them<p/><b>Virgo:</b> Do not have any remarkable physical assets, are however the most deadly of all. They are highly intelligent and are studying advanced sciences. Are probably working on building an atomic bomb underground<p/><b>Libra:</b> Often called the "flying" nagas. With their slim and muscular tails, they are able to jump several meters/feet wide. In mid-jump from the trees of the rainforests they open their large hood, increasing their surface area<p/><b>Scorpio:</b> Their tails appear in various shades of green (not grey) and their hood flares when they are in danger. They are highly venomous and are able to kill larger prey with a few drops of their poison.<p/><b>Sagittarius:</b> These nagas secrete a poison, which is said to have healing powers. As a result, they are nearly invincible, as this liquid also circulates through their bloodstream. Tragically, many are captured and held prison, for their powers<p/><b>Capricorn:</b> These are the only nagas, which are able to master the old arts of manipulation, also known as magic. They control the weather and are the guardians of nature. With every dying tree, one of these special nagas dies (save them!!)<p/><b>Aquarius:</b> Water snakes with pale skin and greenish/bluish tails from the waist downwards. They live in the rivers of rainforests and propel themselves through the water by rotating around their own axis<p/><b>Pisces:</b> Seen as sweet-natured and timid, but are lethal and brutal. Equipped with several rows of sharp and venomous teeth and nails, which penetrates flesh and muscle. Made it a sport of killing humans or even other nagas<p/><b></b> <p/></p>

“Breathe in real deep, Sol.”

Sollux blinked in contentment, inhaling as deep as his lungs could go as Eridan’s arm went under the naga’s chest. The heel of the other hand was pressed against the small of Sollux’s back.

“And out.”

Sollux exhaled.

“Iiiiiiin one more time…”

As Sollux breathed in, the arm over his chest jerked him up and the hand against his back pushed down and forward.

A series of clicks and pops sounded, and Sollux yelped before a low moan leaked from him. Eridan lowered him, letting the Naga drape artfully once again.

“Better?”

Holy Shit.”

“Gonna take that as a yes.”

Eridan picked his Kindle back up, flipping again through pages and gently petting over Sollux’s scales as the naga stared at nothing.

An illustration for this WONDERFUL fanfiction my good friend united-states-of-wwhatevver wrote for me! Thank you so much, I hope this shows just how much I love it!!!!!