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Sinking slowly into the gooey depths of the cold sticky mire, Leshana is beyond hope of freeing herself. The only chance she has to escape the slow gritty demise of sinking beneath the ooze is to be rescued. But what if the price of rescue is to be digested alive in the narrow twisting guts of an uncaring snake? Would it have been better to just drown?

Commission from Toughset

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Veshra

Posted by Veshra 7 years ago Report

All is well now, and everything is as it should be~

ButtPlug

Posted by ButtPlug 7 years ago Report

Yes, the delicious balance of fetishes has been restored~

Vitcent

Posted by Vitcent 7 years ago Report

Quicksand peril and snake food all at once? You sure know how to stack together a good time, heeh >w>

Humbug

Posted by Humbug 7 years ago Report

See, I'm okay with this kind of peril. It seems a little bit more perilous and a little less like rescue is possible.

The_Prof

Posted by The_Prof 7 years ago Report

the true misfortune as discovered by a later explorer mere minutes after the snake devoured our heroine and left. He learned the quicksand only went to his shoulders.

Anotherkitsune

Posted by Anotherkitsune 7 years ago Report

had i been drinking something it probably would have come out my nose, well played good sir professor.

StarBomber109

Posted by StarBomber109 7 years ago Report

It would almost be funnier if the snake was getting pulled in too. "I don't even care that I'm sinking, I'm hungry!"

sd43

Posted by sd43 7 years ago Report

I'm not terribly into peril such as this, but I like the added vore.

Kamunt

Posted by Kamunt 7 years ago Report

What would she even be doing in that outfit in that setting? Seems unlikely to me. :P
That said, the snake's eyes look a little anthropomorphic to me, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but just an observation. I like the way its mouth was drawn, though. Looks dandy.