Maria made an imposing image, her body full and held high, a mere 5’7” as she slithered along. Her wide snake body coiled and moved with ease into the tavern, thick hair with a slight wavy to it. The long bangs in back with an intertwining reed woven into the shape of a serpent. Angular eyes darted out across the room; a simple short shirt covered her torso pure female human while a thin limp let a slender fingered hand graze away a stray white bang of hair among the black streaked with dried red. It smelt of blood. Scars crisscrossed her thick snake portions, twenty five feet in length and graceful never the less while muscles coiled and unfurled to a table. Her eyes were black soulless pits that seemed to reach beyond eternal damnation and when contracted, the yellow eyeball could be seen.
Despite the tint of boa green, her flesh was white and flawless compared to her serpent half. If Maria stood completely up her height would reach ten foot. She looked to be about twenty six but her age far succeeds that by over thirteen hundred years. The scales trailed form her shoulders to around her collar bone outlining the grace of it, then following done her elegant arms to the just half way the upper section. Her tongue lashed out, twirling as it smelt the air picking up most scents and ending in a smirk. It was an interesting place. She noticed a plump woman with a wooden tray in her hand, likely a barmaid, and motioned with her for the woman.
“Be a dear and get a hunk of roasted meat and something sweet to wash it down with,” Maria or Mar as she preferred, said in her sickly sweet voice that had lead more men into her lair than flies to honey. Without any other words, Mar slide her hand into a tied leather bag about her human waist and pulled from it three gold coins and two silver. Mar only judged at the price but it seemed fair enough.
As the bar maid left, the serpent woman slide the chair effortlessly from her side, making larger the space as she lowered herself down. Her elbows sat up the table, a well tone tail coiled about the table legs around her making almost impossible for anyone to sit without getting her attention. Her mind wandered as she locked eyes with anyone brave enough to, patiently waited for food and drink.