Monster Name: Lunissipia
A.K.A: The Fearful Death
Actual Age: Unknown
Gender: No one really knows, goes by it
Spot: Middle School Kid 2
Monster Appearance: Lunissipia has a huminoid head and torso, with legs of a horse. It's face has five glowing white eyes- two on the left side, two on the right, and one vertical eye above center the rest-, two slits for a nose, and a mouth that has 3 rows of razor sharp fangs, on both sides of the head. (So it realy has ten eyes). It has a set of horselike ears resting on the top of it's head that can almost, but not quite, turn in a 360. It's torso has 6 long arms, each with nine fingers on it. After that, it is like a horse, with four powerful legs, and a short tail (only the bone part(so pretty short)), and has a longer back than any natural horse. This part of Lunissipia is seen as skeletal, as what appear to be bones are visible under the skin. On the back of it's horse half, it has two sets of black wings, allowing it to fly. The wings seem almost skeletal, and would be, except for the thin layer of black leathery stuff covering the wings. Lunissipia is covered in tight void black skin that will, if seen by a human, more likely than not, entrance it, almost like being sucked in (figuratively). On it's torso, what appear to be bones can also be seen through the skin (not poking out, like a skinny being, where the bones are clearly visible beneath the skin).
Monster Personality: Lunissipia is cold and analytical, and plans things out very thoroughly. It likes to have what it calls the perfect victim, and won't settle for anything less. It is very curious, and often uses it's illusion to learn more about things. It often flies around at night, kind of scouting out land, and figuring out where it wants to be a day or two from then. It watches humans, but is disgusted by how they care for one another, and do nice things, which it just can't compute. It is also quite intelligent, and very observant. It notices small things, and gets almost giddy when it kills one of it's victims. It is very much a sadistic being, and doesn't care about what it is called. In fact, it loves the terrible things it is called by humans.
Powers (What makes you so evil?): Lunissipia has the ability to project a very realistic image of a female human (the look varies) and multiple people can see it, where it then can lure people, one at a time, into an empty and abandoned place, then kills them in the most torturous way it can, based on that person's fears. It can 'read' a human to know its fears, then uses those fears to kill it. It can also project a mirror image of itself that seems real, but isn't, causing it's prey confusion about which one it wants to attack. When Lunissipia is attacked, it heals/ regenerates very quickly, if the attack actually hurts it, as it has thick skin, making it near unkillable. It can project realistic illusions to it's prey that seem real, but it can only do this to one person at a time. Once it's victim is dead, it leaves it in a very visible location with a strange mark etched into their chest. It is stronger at night, and also cannot age. Lunissipia technically doesn't have to sleep, but it will occasionally.
Backstory (Optional): The one I came up with was bad, so it's just hinted that Lunissipia was a mistreated midnight black horse at one point.
Human Name: Luna
Age you appear as: 14
Human Appearance: Luna has black hair that goes down half her back, and that is worn in a very tight braid, and she has no bangs. Her eyes are slanted and are a very pale blue in color, and her skin is very pale and without markings except for a tattoo on her left wrist of a crescent moon. She wears a black jean jacket over a dark gray shirt with light blue swirls across it, black dress pants, and black, scuffed combat boots. She is tall, standing at about 6'.
Human Personality: Nearly identical to her monster personality, except she is more of a perfectionist, wanting everything to be just right, she has a sarcastic streak, and she has a weird energy (she seems to be hyperawake).
Weird Quirk (You aren't perfect): She stares at people, obsessively. To the point where it's creepy. And when she stares, it seems like she is examining you for something that you try to hide deep within, your fears. She stares more than any person should and will.