Leeli Mimic Reverse Adoption
This is NOT a free binding. The cost for a custom familiar is 30$USD. When you purchase this listing, please send your downloadable redemption voucher to Astra#4203 on Discord, or firstname.lastname@example.org so you can be properly invoiced. Please state which listing the voucher is for. You can let Astra know any specifics you may have in mind for your familiar when you send the voucher. Work on your order will not begin until payment has been received.
The dictionary definition of a familiar is "a demon supposedly attending and obeying a witch, often said to assume the form of an animal." Of course, as witchcraft has become more popular in media and its definition has grown and expanded, and so has our idea of familiars. These days, familiars can be anything from a pet, such as a cat, to a being bestowed upon the faithful by a deity. Utilizing a spirit companion as your familiar is a way to stay true to the more traditional form of the word, while still allowing yourself to branch out along your chosen path.
Our conjurer Astra conjures exclusively from a world called Ul-Zaorith. Within this world, beings form other realms contained within Ul-Zaorith that do not belong to the Earth Realm are considered familiars. This does mean that there are familiars who are more humanoid in appearance compared to the more bestial familiars we may be used to. They are typically summoned to the Earth Realm to form bonds with their Earth Realm counterpart to assist with magic and other tasks.
Leeli Mimics reflect yourself back to you. They’re especially good at teasing out complex emotions in order to help you work through blockages, address traumas, and find ways to heal.
They have no true appearance, and are constantly flickering in an attempt to find a state of peace.
Like the Water Realm they call home, Leeli's bodies appear to be made of contained water and so in their native environment, they are almost invisible. However, they are reflective shapeshifters, or mimics, and will reflect their companion’s appearance.
They require external forces in order to develop a personality of their own, so your Leeli may be watchful or only subtly responsive at first. The more time you spend together, the more they will absorb your interests and opinions. Note that they are not siphons and cannot extract qualities from their companions. Instead, sharing in your emotional ups and downs brings colour and flavour to their unstable world.
In return for this nourishment for their souls, the Leeli aims to offer you support, someone to vent to with impunity, someone to commiserate with you, and an already damp shoulder to cry on.