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A while has passed since Josh Fawkes unexpectedly managed to save himself from an agonising death by befriending his near-murderer: the massive, somewhat maniacal gryphon who calls himself Goldeneye. And as it turns out, a gryphon who is being kind for once is one of the most exciting friends one could possibly have.

But he's kept the ring. And with that, the secrets. And there is much, much more to Goldeneye than his mere brilliance might suggest, as well as Josh himself. The fox had better be careful...

Part 2 of a commission for the adorable and lovely Pipfox, here at http://www.furaffinity.net/user/paradox043/ This features my own Goldeneye ( http://aryion.com/g4/view/228004 ) and Josh, property of Pip. Part 3, be warned, is where the true colours of the gryphon start to show once more: and they are red with blood.

Contains: Gryphon griffon griffin arctic fox vulpine avian unwilling willing fear terror emotional mystery torture abuse cuddling purple ring Void Goldeneye Josh pre-vore

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SomeSortofLiar

Posted by SomeSortofLiar 6 years ago Report

I would just like to say the excerpted part in the thread and more generally the relationship Josh and Goldeneye have going on here is really awesome. I love that sorta sweet relationship between would-be predator and prey and tried to pull it off myself but this is much better executed.

TheGuyWhoKnows

Posted by TheGuyWhoKnows 6 years ago Report

Aww, thanks a lot. There really was something very enjoyable in their friendliness... although alas, it could not last, and the poor fox is going to learn the lesson of so, so many: Don't trust Goldeneye. Ever.