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Re: Vore in media list

Postby twlightking » Thu Jan 23, 2020 2:05 am

RyanKrakinski wrote:
Rockyvorefan wrote:it has been a long time since posted this from moive R100
same size F/F vore
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B7SXhmcs4aA

I am so confused.

i doubt even with context you'd be even less confused. the trailer for this movie is weird.
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Re: Vore in media list

Postby Ratsu48 » Thu Jan 23, 2020 9:59 am

Full version of the old Ninja Girl frog vore scene

KUNOICHI GAKUEN NINPOUCHOU
https://www.pornhub.com/view_video.php? ... 86b48283b4
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Re: Vore in media list

Postby tito34 » Thu Jan 23, 2020 10:17 am

hi i have a problems to upload any flash animation why? 8O
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Re: Vore in media list

Postby killermeow » Thu Jan 23, 2020 12:36 pm

tito34 wrote:hi i have a problems to upload any flash animation why? 8O

Flash is an old format that they're killing off completely by the end of the year, no point in making anything flash anymore. HTML5 is the way to go at this point.
Also, pinned messages really aren't the place to ask for things like that. The Technical Stuff section would be much better to make a thread in for that.
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Re: Vore in media list

Postby OrcaVoreIsBestVore » Thu Jan 23, 2020 3:44 pm

Ratsu48 wrote:Full version of the old Ninja Girl frog vore scene

KUNOICHI GAKUEN NINPOUCHOU
https://www.pornhub.com/view_video.php? ... 86b48283b4


FINALLY! It's been years since that short clip showed up and no one seemed to post the source anywhere. Thank you, PornHub!
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Re: Vore in media list

Postby Char89 » Fri Jan 24, 2020 1:34 pm

tito34 wrote:hi i have a problems to upload any flash animation why? 8O


I think it may have something to do with browsers not supporting flash anymore. And some websites are no longer supporting flash in favor of html5.
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Re: Vore in media list

Postby Boundy22 » Sun Jan 26, 2020 2:09 am

A Reboot for Anaconda is announced

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/anaconda-reboot-works-snow-white-huntsman-writer-1272672

Hopefully we get some Vore instants in it
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Re: Vore in media list

Postby Shade » Sun Jan 26, 2020 1:07 pm

Boundy22 wrote:A Reboot for Anaconda is announced

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/anaconda-reboot-works-snow-white-huntsman-writer-1272672

Hopefully we get some Vore instants in it


The real question is will the special effects somehow be worse?
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Re: Vore in media list

Postby brainstorm » Sun Jan 26, 2020 1:52 pm

Shade wrote:
Boundy22 wrote:A Reboot for Anaconda is announced

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/anaconda-reboot-works-snow-white-huntsman-writer-1272672

Hopefully we get some Vore instants in it


The real question is will the special effects somehow be worse?


HE has point, after all look all cgi in all subsquent followups to jurassic park, the cgi is even in current ones is worst than the orignal film, how that for irony.
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Re: Vore in media list

Postby Anonno » Sun Jan 26, 2020 9:44 pm

In the new Kurzegesagt video although there is no vore, there are bellies
at 4:55 and 6:43.
https://youtu.be/oakWgLqCwUc
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Re: Vore in media list

Postby Shade » Mon Jan 27, 2020 9:11 pm

brainstorm wrote:
Shade wrote:
Boundy22 wrote:A Reboot for Anaconda is announced

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/anaconda-reboot-works-snow-white-huntsman-writer-1272672

Hopefully we get some Vore instants in it


The real question is will the special effects somehow be worse?


HE has point, after all look all cgi in all subsquent followups to jurassic park, the cgi is even in current ones is worst than the orignal film, how that for irony.


Not just the CGI. The original Anaconda film also utilized an actual mechanical snake for parts, much like the original Jurassic Park had practical effects for the dinosaurs as much as digital effects.
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Re: Vore in media list

Postby Nobodyman » Tue Jan 28, 2020 9:35 pm

So there are actually a number of vorish monsters in the Japanese Super Sentai show Gosei Sentai Dairanger (the show that was the basis for much of the second season of Power Rangers). Nothing on the level of Dora Boogaranan (aka Terror Toad from Power Rangers), but some still might be worth checking out.

Spoiler: show
Episodes 1 and 2 - Baron String: The monsters has long tentacles that he uses to drag people away and then apparently eats them with the mouths at the end of the tentacles. The process of him eating them is never shown and everyone he eats is released when he is defeated.

Episode 9 - Master Mirror: He disguises himself as a normal mirror and then ingests women who admire themselves while looking at "him" by shooting out a long tongue and pulling them through the mirror. He ingests a man at one point, but spits him back out because he thinks men taste awful. All the girls he eats are later released.

Episodes 13 and 14 - Kabuki Novice: At some point in the past, this monster abducted and apparently consumed another man's fiancee as he wanted to marry the girl herself. He later spits her out (kind of randomly) in a puff of smoke and...that's the end of it.

Episode 23 - Heatwave Hood: He sucks the Green Dairanger and a woman into his body to burn them to death. We see the inside of his body, which is basically just a big burning cave. Both are released.

Episode 26 and 27 - Pot Taoist: I guess this is only loosely vore, as this monster simply sucks most of the Dairangers (Pink, Yellow, Blue, and Green) into a jar on his head. I guess you could argue that the pot is part of his body. Also, like Dora Boogaranan, an emblem of the Dairangers appears on the pot when they "swallowed" (and, interestingly, these episodes were written by the same guy who wrote the Boogaranan episode. Hmm...)

Episode 32 - Bird Cage Vagabond: He sucks the Blue Dairanger and a little girl into his body, which just looks like a big garden on the inside. Both are, of course, released.

If you want to watch any of them, you can see them for free here http://www.shoutfactorytv.com/series/su ... -dairanger
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Re: Vore in media list

Postby ArcaneSigil » Fri Jan 31, 2020 5:14 am

Not entirely sure what all mythos you'd find on it, but there's a creature called a Leucrocuta. It's a mix between a hyena and a lion, and something else but I don't remember what. It's mouth stretches from ear to ear and it doesn't have teeth. Instead, it has a plate of bone under its pallet, in it's mouth, upper jaw region, that it uses so spears and other bladed weapons can't puncture it's head. Prime vore monster material, I think. I also think it would go HERE because I found out about it on a Youtube Video. Oh, also there's the Noctotitan. MASSIVE creature, probably, since it's got TITAN in the name. It's abilities include voice mimicking, so it's intelligent, and it's easily VERY large. The sounds that were picked for it were deep, low, rumbly sounds that would echo even in still air.
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Re: Vore in media list

Postby Bowyer2 » Fri Jan 31, 2020 5:37 am

ArcaneSigil wrote:Not entirely sure what all mythos you'd find on it, but there's a creature called a Leucrocuta. It's a mix between a hyena and a lion, and something else but I don't remember what. It's mouth stretches from ear to ear and it doesn't have teeth. Instead, it has a plate of bone under its pallet, in it's mouth, upper jaw region, that it uses so spears and other bladed weapons can't puncture it's head. Prime vore monster material, I think. I also think it would go HERE because I found out about it on a Youtube Video. Oh, also there's the Noctotitan. MASSIVE creature, probably, since it's got TITAN in the name. It's abilities include voice mimicking, so it's intelligent, and it's easily VERY large. The sounds that were picked for it were deep, low, rumbly sounds that would echo even in still air.

That's very interesting. Do you have any links of them? I would like to know more about them.
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Re: Vore in media list

Postby Cowrie » Fri Jan 31, 2020 11:55 am

ArcaneSigil wrote:Not entirely sure what all mythos you'd find on it, but there's a creature called a Leucrocuta. It's a mix between a hyena and a lion, and something else but I don't remember what. It's mouth stretches from ear to ear and it doesn't have teeth. Instead, it has a plate of bone under its pallet, in it's mouth, upper jaw region, that it uses so spears and other bladed weapons can't puncture it's head. Prime vore monster material, I think. I also think it would go HERE because I found out about it on a Youtube Video. Oh, also there's the Noctotitan. MASSIVE creature, probably, since it's got TITAN in the name. It's abilities include voice mimicking, so it's intelligent, and it's easily VERY large. The sounds that were picked for it were deep, low, rumbly sounds that would echo even in still air.


I've got the dirt on this for you. The leucrocuta, also known as the crocotta (some sources claim these are similar but different creatures, but they equally fit your description) were supposedly produced from either the mating of either a lioness and a hyena or a wolf and a dog depending on the writer. They originated in Greco-Roman myth and were later popular in medieval bestiaries, but were stated to be from either Ethiopia or India (popular supposed locations for fantastic beasts in those periods). While the mouth did stretch from ear to ear and lacked teeth, the bone isn't a "plate under the pallet", it's a ridge of sharp bone running along both jaws that serves in place of teeth. I'm not sure if you were referring to the leucrocuta with this part, but they were indeed supposed to be able to mimic voices. Overall, Pliny described it as "the swiftest of all beasts, about the size of an ass, with a stag's haunches, a lion's neck, tail and breast, badger's head, cloven hoof, mouth opening right back to the ears, and ridges of bone in place of rows of teeth—this animal is reported to imitate the voices of human beings."

Regarding the "Noctotitan", this is the first I've heard of it, and, based on a quick Google search, there is no mythological basis for it whatsoever; it's the invention of a single YouTube sound designer.
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Re: Vore in media list

Postby CapturePoint » Fri Jan 31, 2020 2:34 pm

RE: Leucocrota.

Christopher Burdett illustrated one for Magic The Gathering some time ago:

https://nightshade-shop.de/beschreibung ... nyx052.jpg
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Re: Vore in media list

Postby Bowyer2 » Fri Jan 31, 2020 4:20 pm

Cowrie wrote:
ArcaneSigil wrote:Not entirely sure what all mythos you'd find on it, but there's a creature called a Leucrocuta. It's a mix between a hyena and a lion, and something else but I don't remember what. It's mouth stretches from ear to ear and it doesn't have teeth. Instead, it has a plate of bone under its pallet, in it's mouth, upper jaw region, that it uses so spears and other bladed weapons can't puncture it's head. Prime vore monster material, I think. I also think it would go HERE because I found out about it on a Youtube Video. Oh, also there's the Noctotitan. MASSIVE creature, probably, since it's got TITAN in the name. It's abilities include voice mimicking, so it's intelligent, and it's easily VERY large. The sounds that were picked for it were deep, low, rumbly sounds that would echo even in still air.


I've got the dirt on this for you. The leucrocuta, also known as the crocotta (some sources claim these are similar but different creatures, but they equally fit your description) were supposedly produced from either the mating of either a lioness and a hyena or a wolf and a dog depending on the writer. They originated in Greco-Roman myth and were later popular in medieval bestiaries, but were stated to be from either Ethiopia or India (popular supposed locations for fantastic beasts in those periods). While the mouth did stretch from ear to ear and lacked teeth, the bone isn't a "plate under the pallet", it's a ridge of sharp bone running along both jaws that serves in place of teeth. I'm not sure if you were referring to the leucrocuta with this part, but they were indeed supposed to be able to mimic voices. Overall, Pliny described it as "the swiftest of all beasts, about the size of an ass, with a stag's haunches, a lion's neck, tail and breast, badger's head, cloven hoof, mouth opening right back to the ears, and ridges of bone in place of rows of teeth—this animal is reported to imitate the voices of human beings."

Regarding the "Noctotitan", this is the first I've heard of it, and, based on a quick Google search, there is no mythological basis for it whatsoever; it's the invention of a single YouTube sound designer.

Interesting. Thank you Cowrie for all of the information.
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Re: Vore in media list

Postby Boundy22 » Sat Feb 01, 2020 2:14 am

Nobodyman wrote:So there are actually a number of vorish monsters in the Japanese Super Sentai show Gosei Sentai Dairanger (the show that was the basis for much of the second season of Power Rangers). Nothing on the level of Dora Boogaranan (aka Terror Toad from Power Rangers), but some still might be worth checking out.

Spoiler: show
Episodes 1 and 2 - Baron String: The monsters has long tentacles that he uses to drag people away and then apparently eats them with the mouths at the end of the tentacles. The process of him eating them is never shown and everyone he eats is released when he is defeated.

Episode 9 - Master Mirror: He disguises himself as a normal mirror and then ingests women who admire themselves while looking at "him" by shooting out a long tongue and pulling them through the mirror. He ingests a man at one point, but spits him back out because he thinks men taste awful. All the girls he eats are later released.

Episodes 13 and 14 - Kabuki Novice: At some point in the past, this monster abducted and apparently consumed another man's fiancee as he wanted to marry the girl herself. He later spits her out (kind of randomly) in a puff of smoke and...that's the end of it.

Episode 23 - Heatwave Hood: He sucks the Green Dairanger and a woman into his body to burn them to death. We see the inside of his body, which is basically just a big burning cave. Both are released.

Episode 26 and 27 - Pot Taoist: I guess this is only loosely vore, as this monster simply sucks most of the Dairangers (Pink, Yellow, Blue, and Green) into a jar on his head. I guess you could argue that the pot is part of his body. Also, like Dora Boogaranan, an emblem of the Dairangers appears on the pot when they "swallowed" (and, interestingly, these episodes were written by the same guy who wrote the Boogaranan episode. Hmm...)

Episode 32 - Bird Cage Vagabond: He sucks the Blue Dairanger and a little girl into his body, which just looks like a big garden on the inside. Both are, of course, released.

If you want to watch any of them, you can see them for free here http://www.shoutfactorytv.com/series/su ... -dairanger


Thanks for the detailed description of Vore in that show
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Re: Vore in media list

Postby Giggs86 » Sun Feb 02, 2020 12:50 pm

Found this interesting clip from the new Tom and Jerry show where we get some fun size and paw play with Tom becoming a giant and then getting shrunk!

Features a segment where he is almost swallowed by a bat: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZxuvzjeLXU (bat vore at 1:43) But sizeplay stuff throughout the whole clip.
Not sure which episode this is or if there are other good parts in this ep, haven't been able to find it :cry:

BUT did find this really good clip from the Tom and Jerry Show featuring Tom swallowing Jerry with some fun tummy internals, Tom, Jerry and the Ball : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRs59FauqkI (Starts at 0:05) :D
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Re: Vore in media list

Postby Tomez » Sun Feb 02, 2020 9:42 pm

I’m very surprised that I’ve never seen this mentioned here.... but in O.G. Readmore meets Little Red Riding Hood, the storyteller finds himself playing the part of the big bad wolf. After eating grandma in a daze, he vows not to do so again. Grandma is later teleported our his stomach. Real nice belly, and good dialogue.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2oMTZwmbWfo
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