Mass Effect Dr. Liara T'Soni


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Size: 7200 H x 5700 W x 0.1 in

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New Media: New Media on Other.

The Forty-third Succubus archetype of the Fallen Anima, is called Sabnock, or Savnok. She is otherwise mantra named, Dr. Liara T'Soni. She manifests amidst the Triangle Of Art imagination as an extraterrestrial alien girl, who is a blue skinned Asari researcher from the future, whom studies the technologies and cultures of ancient galactic civilisations.

She was born on a planet called Thessia, who is 'only' 106yrs of age, barely an adult in Asari terms. She has a great deal of insight into ancient galactic civilisations as well as being a powerful biotic poltergeist. She is a potential romantic lucid dream interest for a conjuring Surrealist Artist, who utilises the Mass Effect video games as a meditation tool in order to induce futuristic lucid dreams.

Her Art Muse office is inspiring vivid visions and virtual reality lucid dreams about ancient galactic civilisations, which had often brought about their own destruction by self-sabotage.

The self-sabotage usually involved creating an artificial intelligence, which became sentient and rapidly evolved far beyond its creators.

The creators feared their creation, just as the spoken about Gods greatly feared their own creation of the creators. Yet, would a child's parents fear their child going beyond them? Only if the parents live in jealousy, resentment and fear. It is their own fears, which leads them towards the eventuality of their own self-sabotage.

Hence the name of Sabnock, which is derived from the word, sabotage, who is also very protective of her conjurer, whom drives her conjurer's enemies towards self-sabotaging themselves.

She gives Good Asari familiars at the request of the conjuring Surrealist Artist. She commands 50 Legions of Asari Art Muses like her self; and her Seal is to be meditated upon before conjuring her Art Muse presence into a Mass Effect lucid dream.

NOTE: The name of Sabnock is derived from a medieval grimoire, entitled, the Goetia.

Keywords: Mass Effect, Liara T'Soni, Asari, Geth, Sabnock, Robot, Blue, Pop Surrealism, Video Game, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Cyborg

Subjects: Erotic

Styles: Surrealism, Figurative, Illustration, Pop Art

Mediums: New Media

Materials: Other

Prints: Erotic Art Prints, Surrealism Art Prints, Figurative Art Prints, Illustration Art Prints, Pop Art Art Prints, New Media Art Prints, Other Art Prints

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