One can be forgiven for mistaking Ruby for a Succubus, she makes a good living off that misconception. But after my last character died in out "evil" campaign (the off week game from our normal bi-weekly game) I decided I wanted to bring "teh sexay" this time.... And Ruby was my character.
Technically she's a Tiefling (D&D race: people who have been tainted with demonic or infernal blood in their past), but her abyssal traits were so pronounced that she stands out even compared to others of her "type". But she's made the best of a bad situation, especially when he figured out so many people harbored dark little fantasies involving the infamous Succubi that she started making quite a good living off it.
Ruby is a hedonist, through and through. She's out to enjoy life and all it's pleasures before she dies. Interestingly she's also a cleric, but of Sharess of the Forgotten Realms universe (the DM is running Forgotten Realms, but with Pathfinder rules). Thus she's not evil (Sharess is a good Goddess) just very much amoral and out to enjoy and experience everything she can. There's more there as to why she's a cleric, and why she's like that, but I'd rather not reveal ALL my cards.
Either way, assuming she survives the initial intros, she should be fun to play....
Lessons Learned - Ye GAWDS!! Figuring out how to draw those jack-legs crossed at the knee like that took me for-EVER to get right, and I'm still a little unhappy with how the knee of the lower leg came out (It looks slightly disconnected from the leg it's attached to, which bugs me a little). Getting the lay of the dress was hard too, and I had a multitude of false starts on it, especially on that "seated" effect by her hand. I am proud I got the right shapes, with the "S" curves in there on her body, and a second one I snuck in even on myself if you follow the line of her tail to the whip. I don't know if it'll make her any sexier, but I'm pleased with it.