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Set 5 years after the war ended, Shizune goes drinking with Anko and Kurenai. A drunken decision leads to some pretty large consequences...

This took me longer than I'd have liked to write, but it's done. Totaled at 5,038 words.

Enjoy! And please leave feedback! I lurve feedback.

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Posted by Flame14 4 years ago Report

Well I'll start by saying I haven't had the chance to give this a detailed read and simply skimmed through it. School work getting in the way and all.
Anyway, I'd like to say I was pleasantly surprised to see Shizune as the focus of this. It just seems so many people forget about her which I find to be a great shame. The fact that she eats not one, but three Kunoichi (though not all in one sitting) is a very enjoyable thought. I do however feel bad for her near the end as it just seems that Shizune always gets the short stick eventually.

Not to sure how I feel about Sakura being to one to come out on top in this, despite how it does make some sense with her being Tsunade's second student. Loved the mention of Hinata and her pregnancy.

I'll give this a full read and hopefully better review at a later time. Still, good work.

The K

Posted by The K 4 years ago Report

Nice to see some Shizune vore action. She was great in this.


Posted by nysmnyd 4 years ago Report

You should really stop referring to them by the colour of their hair, it looks really lazy and you repeat it way too often.


Posted by Enteresting 4 years ago Report

Thanks for pointing that out. The main reason being is, I don't like using "her" so often as readers would get confused as to who's who.


Posted by nysmnyd 4 years ago Report

The simplest solution is to find a way around it rather than finding a substitute, it adds more variety to the work and depending on what you choose, make it flow better.