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Morrigan Aensland was born in Scotland (or Makai) and was the adopted daughter of Belial Aensland. Morrigan was so incredibly powerful at her birth that Belial had to seal away parts of her power. One-third he sealed in a separate dimension, which eventually took on the form of another succubus named Lilith. Another third he sealed in himself, to be restored to Morrigan when he died. Morrigan did not realize what Belial had done to her power, so she grew up in the Aensland castle, unaware of his actions. She found life in the castle rather dull, so she would often venture out into the world of humans, seeking entertainment.
Morrigan Aensland is a video game character from the Darkstalkers series of fighting games by Capcom. Morrigan is a succubus and a powerful princess of the demon realm Makai, who is very vain and lives for little more than the excitement of battle, but slowly takes up more of her royal responsibilities seriously despite her obsessive fascination of the human world.
Morrigan Aensland was introduced in 1994’s Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors and has since appeared in every game in the series and in various related media, as well as in multiple video games outside the Darkstalkers game series. She is the central character of the extended Darkstalkers franchise and is widely perceived as one of the most iconic Capcom characters as well as one of the most popular female characters in video gaming.
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In the Darkstalkers series, Morrigan is a succubus and the adopted daughter of the demon king Belial of the Aensland House, one of the three major houses of the Makai monster world, who discovered her in Scotland in the year 1678. Upon her birth, her power was such that Belial sealed parts of it away, one third in himself to be returned upon his death, and one third in a pocket dimension, which eventually became a being of its own: a child succubus named Lilith.
Unaware of Belial’s action, Morrigan grew up and found her life as a sheltered princess in the Aensland castle dull, so she would frequently visit the human world to look for entertainment, tempting humans and fighting for her own pleasure. On one occasion, Morrigan was drawn to a strange power (which would turn out to be the alien fire demon Pyron) and ventured into the human world once again. Upon her return, she was informed of Belial’s death and that she was the next successor to the Aensland throne. Although she is now rightfully the ruler of the Makai, she shirks her responsibilities and seeks to continue her hedonistic and thrill-seeking life as before. Morrigan eventually meets Lilith, and the two beings merge into one, fully restoring Morrigan’s power.
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