Ah, the unmistakable aroma of melted chocolate and gunpowder, Valentyne’s Day is upon us once more.
As one of the Seraph’s more simpler customs, Valentyne’s Day dates back to the age of Father Valentyne, who would once a year bake the world’s most delicious desserts and hand them out to his children as tokens of affection.
Nowadays, Father Valentyne’s custom of giving sweets to loved ones has spread throughout Gaea, touching the hearts of parents, children and lovers alike.
Oh, clumsy. Looks like you dropped this dynamite-shaped chocolate. Happy Valentyne’s Da-
Unlike most Imps, who have a single chunk of magical Impicite somewhere on their body, Simpkin’s arms are embedded with tiny shards of the stuff, which he uses to inject his opponents with a temporary yet incredibly strong charm spell.
This spell causes Simpkin’s crush to fall deeply in love with the first imp they lay eyes upon. Unfortunately for them, it’s usually Simpkin himself. Unfortunately for Simpkin, this temporary spell always wears off at the worst possible time, giving him little to no chance of escaping the following beating once his mind-broken mark snaps back to reality (ope, there goes gravity).
As of now, only one of Simpkin’s victims has failed to fall for his illusion: Shelbie. Instead of locking eyes with the pubescent pervert himself, Lacie was the first imp to come into her field of vision after waking up from one of Simpkin’s passionate projectiles. This resulted in a very intimate moment between the two, much to Lacie’s dismay.
Some would argue Shelbie dodged a bullet, while others wish I would stop writing stupid gun puns and get back to drawing instead.