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If you wish to share an idea for a story, scene or roleplay, let it be known that I'm most always open to suggestions.

I tend to take delight in the crueler kind of vore, including sexual violence and gore, so beware.

Also, it's always nice to receive comments about my works!

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A lonely knight on his horse trotted a zigzagging, narrow path up a craggy hill, admiring the landscape to the left scarred by a cyclical warfare of the seasons where springtime was yet again wrestling the upper hand from winter. From up here he could see well into the past route he had travelled most of last day, including the quaint little village he had spent the night in. Such simple, welcoming folks they had been, easy to envy in the lighthearted kind of way characteristic of the social pos

Part II: Day and Night Together Again
Dusk dawned on Canterlot, the City of Peaks, as it had for a thousand years and would for a thousand more like the bards fancied to sing in their quarter-bit songs. Resting on a steep gabled roof overlooking the city and the castle dominating its background, a certain griffonness’s belly played its own gurgling ballad reminiscent of the splendid meals of yore, forlornly churning the odd strips of meat still lingering within. Gilda’s catbutt joine

Pink Follows Purple into Brown
For Saybin
By Stanku
Princess Cadance was not a pony to whom prudence would come grudgingly, an indication of which was that upon seeing Twilight’s castle’s front door ajar, she didn’t hesitate to follow her invitation to the letter and let herself in without checking for further authorisation save what the casual knock on the frame represented. The signal found a reply by the direction of the bedrooms, where from some racket could be heard.

A young redcurrant shrub held fast valiantly despite the rampant deer that surged through it. Unfortunately the act of shrubbery valour was instantly forgotten as a full-grown bear trampled over the plant after his prey. For a moment it looked like the predator would field the day, but a duo of stout birches ended the chase with their unequal treatment of the participants that ran between them. The bear, stuck tight between the stout trees, could only roar in frustration as the deer hopped into

Daring Times Two
By Stanku
For Cainiam
They say one can get used to anything one can survive, following the adage that whatever doesn't kill you surely makes you stronger. Daring Do had been thinking that a lot of late. She had found that while whatever did kill you certainly didn’t make you any stronger, it did incite certain proneness to self-contemplation, e.g., what is my place in life, what difference does my existence make, what’s there to remember me by and so on. Spending mos

The thing about achieving everything you want in life is that it can leave you with nothing else to do than sit on your laurels from one week to the next. As a result, all the ambition required to have pushed you were you are ends up spoiling inside you, made obsolete by its own success. It’s like indigestion after a royal meal.
Sombra, the Dark King, put down the inked feather and let out an idiosyncratic sigh, then a mildly acidic burp containing a couple long pony tail hairs of indistin

The universe is a strange, confounding place. A place many a philosopher has dedicated their whole lives to unravel, only to find their efforts toppled by a breeze born of reality turning its other side in its infinite slumber.
For one, everything important in existence appears to happen in threes. Take a little unicorn recently settled in her new home in a small town library who, on her third night, woke up for the third time to the same persistent sound carrying from downstairs. Now Twilight,

The castle of Aquilanée province was special in that its final totality had been built during three consecutive different eras with three different functions in mind. The first, original one was to withstand any foe from rampaging hordes of savages of south to a fierce, ice-breathing dragon from the northern lands. The second function, invented during the boring decades in which no such threats were to be seen, was to accommodate and ensure the might and splendour of the keep’s hold

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I like writing interactives. They offer something of a completely new perspective into storytelling. So here's my latest creation, continuation to "Dinner for Two, Tragedy for Three":

It's still unfinished and if you so desire do feel free to add branches, though I have one tree pretty much covered in sketches already.

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Posted by AlbanyExpression 4 months ago

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Haha, too little of that and good disposal stuff ^^

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Posted by AlbanyExpression 4 months ago

Ooooft, thanks for the fave Stanku! I'm not normally as cruel as you, haha, but glad you found that too your liking~

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Posted by CausationCorrelation 9 months ago

Hey thanks for watching c: glad you like my stuff :3


Posted by Gorat 1 year ago

Heyo! How are you? Its been a while - any plans for new stories? I miss ya hard vore! T_T


Posted by theclaw 1 year ago

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no problem it wasnt hard as its true, have a good one.


Posted by theclaw 1 year ago

thanks for watching my archive, i hope it brings back memory's, also big fan of your work, the word play you use in your story's is really good.


Posted by SukiiK 1 year ago

Thanks for the watch! ^_^


Posted by SmaxTheDestroyer 1 year ago

Thanks for the Watch! :)


Posted by PastaThursdays 1 year ago

Thanks for the watch, pal.


Posted by PegaSUS 1 year ago

Many thanks for the watch! It's greatly appreciated. ^^


Posted by Darkworkz 1 year ago

Thank you for the watch!


Posted by SeekGr 1 year ago

Thank you for the watch~!!x3

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