Livolia, Demon Apostle


With her voluptuous form and irresistible nature, all but the most resolute of souls find it difficult to resist the personification of lust Livolia's powerful charm. Most who witness Livolia's act on their desire without restraint. In fact, men familiar with the phenomenon excuse the all too primal reaction of their kin by calling them simply "posessed," as only then could a person exhibit so little control over their actions.


Added on August 8, 2014 as a special reward for the Odyssey Event, Tomb of Oblivion, altogether 55+ cards:

  • Victory Count - 3,000.
  • Individual Rank 1 (x2), 2-5 (x2), 6-15 (x1), and 16-50 (x1).

Name originEdit

An apostle, from Classical Greek ἀπόστολος (apóstolos), meaning "one who is sent away", is a messenger and ambassador. The purpose of such "sending away" is to convey messages, and thus "messenger" is a common alternative translation. The term may be used metaphorically in various contexts, but is mostly found used specifically for early associates of the founder of a religion, who were important in spreading his teachings.

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