"Then we are very similar indeed." The massive beast shrunk down, soon becoming a small child. It had black hair, a black dress with white lining, black studs adorning the lining. A small, silver bat as a buckle to a black cat backpack. A white cat headband covered her hair. The little girl, who looked remarkably like Annie(goth annie skin), was slowly held up higher and higher by thousands of black, oily fibers and hairs that took the place of her legs.Up and up she rose, until she came to eye level with Malzahar. "I have seen, and personally taken part of breaking the destiny of this world, the Void, and above all, myself, before. Eons before you even existed. I have seen so much come to pass, that I have seen reality repeat itself many times. I have waited for the reality most similar to my own, and yes, that implies that fate is not some static thing."
She smiles, razor sharp fangs still lining the otherwise human mouth. "The fate of one world is to, usually, be a Civil debate. This world will rise up and ascend to our plane of existence in due time. The "corruption" or really, the salvation, of worlds that we bring should only be for world that cannot ascend to our level themselves. Valoran, many other worlds, have the potential for this. In my eyes, they deserve the chance to rise on their own terms, the Void is the destiny of all things, but it is far more..." She smiles. "Tempting to have a thing for yourself, instead of it being given to you. That is my corruption... My salvation. The salvation I offer. I am not the queen of Corruption alone, but I am the truth of all things, the pinnacle of all progress and the visage of salvation. I am Despir'Thoth, and you would be wise to kneel in subjugation and respect."
Void energy ripples off her like the ripples in a lake when a stone is thrown in, yet those flowing from her never seemed to cease. As if she was the ocean, and the entirety of creation around her the shore.
"If you wish to debate with our fists and magics, however, you should keep the Voidlings and Void spawn out of this. Remember, Civil~" She teased, but was serious. It was obvious this creature would be incredibly... annoyed if her children were made to fight against her, and in a fight between adults. Still, Civil debate didn't seem to mean the same in the Void.
(Pic reference of how she's standing, sans the upper half, which should just be goth Annie)