Bloodlust Cerene Royal Descent is a follow on to first episode in the series, Bloodlust Cerene; it is also another full length animated sex adventure. Starting where episode one left off, Tristan has been dispatched and the Duchess Sophia has been left alone with the vampire Cerene. Nothing is what you would imagine (or maybe you would) and Cerene decides to use her magic to transform herself; as you would expect from the creators of Girlfriends 4 Ever, she turns herself into a dickgirl.
If you like futas then this will be one for you to enjoy; if you prefer regular chicks, the Duchess Sophia will more than satisfy you.
Watch the first episode, Bloodlust Cerene as it is truly awesome and will also give you the background.
Bloodlust Cerene Royal Descent Overview
Cerene is a bad, sex craved vampire, the object of many a fantasy no doubt. She has already beaten Prince Tristan in the first episode as he was no match for her; and with Duchess Sophia watching she dispatches him, where to we don’t know.
There are two main characters in the second episode of the story; the extremely sexy Duchess Sophia and the insatiable, and very powerful, vampire Cerene. After having had her way with Tristan, Cerene wants Sophia to be her sex toy; that’s where her new transformation to a futa comes in.
How Sexy is Bloodlust Cerene Royal Descent
Well, extremely sexy; for me, the first episode is overall better and I felt had a more varied environment, so do watch Bloodlust Cerene. However, this episode contains some awesome sex and in so many positions; these include piledriver, deepthroat, grinding, boob jobs and much more.
It is not often that you get animations where it is a woman and a futa, more often than not it is two dickgirls. To this end it is a good combination for lovers of dickgirl animations and also for those who prefer regular girls.
Why Watch Bloodlust Cerene Royal Descent
In my opinion Bloodlust Cerene was almost unbeatable, this comes in at a close second. For me I would have liked to have seen a bit more change of location, however this is just a personal taste; this definitely is no deal breaker though.
As with the first episode, the graphics are awesome; I am always impressed how the artists make everything look so real, even the anatomically impossible. The animation itself is around 35 minutes and the additional “fun stuff” animation is over 17 minutes, this offers great value for money.
It will be interesting to see the next episode which has a bit of a twist at the end leaving the outcome uncertain to keep you guessing; watch this space.