Lea grew up as a slave in a medieval world 26, but when she was about fifteen years old she managed to escape. Unfortunately, life on the street wasn't much easier than life in slavedom. If the demon Kedorlaomer hadn't found her, on the brink of unconciousness in an alley, she probably wouldn't have survived. As it was, he took her to an otherwise uninhabited castle on the brink of ruin, where he had set camp a few decades prior.

Kedorlaomer made sure she bathed, ate and got some sleep. Seeing as he doesn't exactly look human, he also had the decency to explain to her that he is demon, relatively harmless and not interested in any kind of abuse what so ever. A friendship grew between them, a friendship that turned into love. A few years later their son, Dan was born.

Lea lived to die of natural causes, all of them age-related.

Physical appearanceEdit


When Kedorlaomer first found her, Lea still had her slave collar on. It was designed for a young woman to wear and thus wasn't very noticable, but non the less incriminating. He managed to remove it, but after growing up with something around her neck at all times Lea felt weird not having anything around her neck. She eventually found a healthy replacement in a black choker made out of silk.

Personality and traitsEdit

Her time as a slave left her with a number of other issues, such as an obsession with food. For many years she kept very close tabs on anything edible available, until she gradually got used to having a stable source of food.


Lea: Form of LEAH; From the Hebrew name לֵאָה (Le'ah) which was probably derived from the Hebrew word לְאָה (le'ah) meaning "weary". Alternatively it might derive from a Chaldean name meaning "mistress" or "ruler" in Akkadian.


  • There is some resemblance between Lea and Leja Ground. Both are at some point without freedom over their own lives, escape to freedom, live with demons and give birth to a halfblood. However, Lea ran away on her own initiative, while Leja had more or less given up her free will completely. As such, they represent the same journey, where Leja gain mental freedom and Lea gain material freedom.

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