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darkmajestylamia:


Hires version

Lamia, now a famed courtesan but still as evil and powerful as always as one does not cease  being a witch, has been hired for a night by the ever fearsome Regina known by her more colourful moniker as The Evil Queen. What was meant to be a long night to never be spoken of, nor would they see the other again, turned into more than they expected as a zombie apocalypse broke through the night. With Regina’s guards trying to get to them and turn them into their fresh meal of the day, the women must team up together to survive and that only means one thing: everything burns.

darkmajestylamia:

Hires version

Lamia, now a famed courtesan but still as evil and powerful as always as one does not cease  being a witch, has been hired for a night by the ever fearsome Regina known by her more colourful moniker as The Evil Queen. What was meant to be a long night to never be spoken of, nor would they see the other again, turned into more than they expected as a zombie apocalypse broke through the night. With Regina’s guards trying to get to them and turn them into their fresh meal of the day, the women must team up together to survive and that only means one thing: everything burns.

darkmajestylamia:

     Fallen angel 
     Tell me why? 
     What is the reason? 
     The thorn in your eye

darkmajestylamia:

     Fallen angel

     Tell me why?

     What is the reason?

     The thorn in your eye

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