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Permanent Linkby dreamweevil on Fri Nov 10, 2017 5:20 am

Well, it took a while, but I found a direction that I think made sense, as readers of my gallery have probably noticed already.

Manbreaker starts off more in the transformation story vein: a man who's been wrongly convicted is sentenced to a single visit with a woman, who, through her rather invasive imagination, is tasked with changing him from the criminal brute that the courts thought he was into a productive member of society. To do this she has to "break" him; hence the title.

Really, all (good) vore stories are about some kind of transformation. Vore takes us past the usual end of the story to see, at least a little bit, of what happens next. In an ordinary story, the action (at least for that character!) would just be over.

The mighty shark swallowed him down, and he was gone.
The End.

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Permanent Linkby dreamweevil on Tue Sep 05, 2017 7:40 pm

Okay, I'm stumped. I had an idea kicking around for a rather simple story framework with a lot of vore (not just unbirth) possibilities; wanted to do a short, fun story (but with a point.) This one has a different kind of take on a framing that I like: being trapped in someone else's imagination where they can do whatever they like to you, can make you see and feel anything: amazing, exciting, or terrifying: their choice, whether it's physically possible or not.

While an imaginary experience can't "hurt" you any more than watching a movie, it could certainly change you, particularly if the one running the show is given enough time. What if that person's motivation was to do just that: to put you through a set of experiences designed to change you forever? What scenes would they dream up to cause this?

I gave this idea a start but now I'm not entirely sure it's worth the effort. After 64 chapters (for a small audience) on the last story, this one, breaking...

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64 chapters (whew)

Permanent Linkby dreamweevil on Sat Aug 12, 2017 11:28 am

Well, I finally wrapped up a story that I've been working on since January. It ends up at 64 chapters
(haven't done a full word count yet) but I like the way it's come out.

I'll post some well-deserved credits after its done, but I'd like to thank everyone who's stuck it out for the
entire duration-- hope it was a good ride! Last few chapters will be posted shortly.

Greetings from Jessica's Vagina!

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Hypothesis: Nobody actually reads these.

Permanent Linkby dreamweevil on Sat May 27, 2017 3:53 pm

I see a lot of blog entries but hardly any responses to them. Thus the theory that the blog feature here is pretty underutilized.
If anybody disagrees, and there's something you'd like me to write about... I'm all ears!

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