The Witches of East End series didn’t make it for a third season. I liked the show. But the mandragora will be far more memorable.
The mandragora love scene in the forest was more than I expected from TV sex. The Mandragora has a tail and he knows how to use it! The hottest thing for me was that tail touching her and then slipping under her skirt to continue touching her, intimately. Tentacles are a turn on… tails too in this case.
Witches of East End: Mandragora
It turns out mandragora is not something entirely made up for the Witches of East End. Mandragoras have a history. But, to make things simple and focus on the sexy mandragora from the show I’ve made a list of what made the monster for this show.
So what is a Mandragora?
- lives in woods and forests
- has the ability to cloak itself in order to avoid detection
- can appear and disappear in a swirl of vines
- can alter the memories of its victims
- feeds on sexual energy of their chosen mate
- mate is put into a trance and called to them
- possessive and protective of mate
- green/ blue body of a man, composed of scales but appears to be plant based
- long, flexible tail seems to be used for seduction mainly
- blue tentacles come from it’s back in order to feed or attack
- tentacles inject Dracos Sanguinum (Dragons Blood) into victim’s brain
For those who want more…
“The spirit of mandrake is known as Mandragora and has a twin known as Mandragoro. The mandrake is the only traditional plant of Witchcraft that possesses two distinct spirits and appears in the form [of] a female or male human with plant features. The mandrake spirit serves to link humankind with plant-kind and is therefore a magical bridge to the Greenwood Realm and the space of Shadow from which all mysteries flow. In legend, the mandrake is known as the Sorcerer’s Root and connects its possessor with the Old Magic.”
– Raven Grimassi