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Baroness Diance had the misfortune of finding herself in the lair of a dragon. This dragon was not quite like any she’d seen before, as it looked more like a young woman with draconic features – wings, tail, horns, etc. This particular beast was known as Emerald.
Human-like as this dragon may be, she was no less a devourer of maidens, and Diance knew it. She figured she may be able to buy herself some time though, and decided to sing for the dragoness. She had a lovely voice, and the lullaby she performed had the desired effect of causing Emerald to fall asleep. Unfortunately, it had the undesired effect of having her treated like a teddy bear, and she found herself embraced tightly against a large bosom as Emerald slept through the night.
The next morning, Emerald woke with a smile on her face, and an unhappy baroness in her talons. “Good morning.” The ness purred. Diance did not respond, she was too caught up with the anticipation that at any moment the dragoness would declare it was time to become her breakfast.
That did not happen, instead she felt a claw pet her body, and Emerald said, “Thank you for singing to me; you have a very beautiful voice.”
“Thank you?” Diance replied. She could be entertaining to the dragon, and hoping to further delay any appetite, she said, “Would you like to hear a story?”
Emerald smiled brightly, and answered, “Yes please!” She set the baroness on the floor of her cave, and curled up to relax comfortably to listen.
With the dragon’s attention fully on her, Diance began, “Once upon a time, there was a beautiful princess, who was kind to everyone she met, and was loved by her people.” Emerald perked up, liking the start of this. “Then one day, the princess was captured by a dragon, and taken back to its lair. The dragon turned the princess into his slave, dressing her in rags, and forcing her to clean up his hoard.”
Emerald looked to stop liking where this story was going, and she asked, “Did the dragon secretly love the princess? She was beautiful and kind; perhaps he thought of her as his greatest treasure?”
Baroness Diance scoffed, “Of course not! The dragon threatened to eat the princess if she disobeyed him! But fortunately, a brave knight entered the cave, and he fought against the wicked dragon. Fire and fang clashed with blade and shield, until with one true swing, the dragon’s head rolled across the floor. The princess was saved, and to thank the knight for his bravery, she married him. And the two of them lived happily ever after.”
“That wasn’t a good story.” Emerald frowned, “Why does the dragon have to die? Why couldn’t the princess have shown him the kindness she showed to her people?”
“That’s the way fairytales go. Fearsome dragons fair kidnap maidens, and brave heroes rescue them before they can be eaten.”
“If a dragon wanted to eat a girl, she wouldn’t be alive by the time a hero came to save her.”
The pair turned their attention to the entrance of the cave, where they saw a man in shining armor, who announced, “Foul monster! You will pay for kidnapping Baroness Diance, and all the innocent lives you have claimed.”
Emerald was annoyed to have to deal with this again, and she said, “First of all, Diance was sacrificed to me. Secondly…”
Diance ran away from the dragoness and exclaimed, “It’s about time you got here! Hurry up and kill this thing and take me home!”
Hearing this, Emerald asked sadly, “I thought you were my friend?”
“Of course not!” Diance spat, “I’ve been delaying your dinner, and it looks like I lasted just long enough. You there, warrior! Do your job and slay the dragon!”
There was a rise in temperature as Emerald’s chest began to glow orange, showing silhouettes of her ribs through her skin. She turned to the warrior, and exhaled fire upon him. The man screamed, and ran back out of the cave engulfed in flames.
With the threat to her life dealt with, Emerald coughed and spat the unpleasant warmth from her throat before she turned her attention to the baroness. The dragoness said, “Well, it looks like the ‘brave hero’ was slain by the ‘fearsome dragon’. I think we both know what happens to the ‘fair maiden’.” She finished by wetting her soft lips with her forked tongue.

The next day, after burying the bared bones of the baroness, Emerald put on her two-piece outfit to be more decent out in public. She took a flight around her cave home, following a particular dirt road that led between towns as she patrolled for signs of people down below. She knew bandits sometimes liked to set up shop on the road, making it difficult for travelers to pass through. She sometimes tried to negotiate with these unpleasant people, but it usually ended with a few days of food, and a removal of the problem.
There did not appear to be anything entertaining today, so she dropped back into the forest. She found a nice pond to drink from, and she used her wing to scoop out some of the water, using her membranes like a cup she could slurp from. As she got a refreshing drink, she heard some commotion on the road. Voices in pleasant conversation, and curious she decided to investigate.

Senna was riding in the back of a wagon with her boyfriend Tom and his sister Lucy, along with a pile of freshly caught fish they were bringing to town. “Pew, stinky.” Senna stated as she waved her hand in front of her face to remove some of the fish-smell in the air.
Tom and Lucy’s father sat in the driver’s seat, and he teased, “Sounds like your girl is kindof a lightweight son.”
“She’ll get used to it.” Tom assured, holding Senna’s hand. Lucy said, “Don’t worry, fishing is truly the easiest job in the world. All you have to do is be patient and money will come to you.”
“I think if it were so easy, everyone would do it.” Senna stated.
Tom informed, “Fortunately, most people are not allowed to fish, or else they’d likely be overhunted. But the king assigned the task to us, so we are exceptionally lucky!”
“Well, I guess it’s nice to live doing what you love.”
“Oh, did you want to marry a philosopher?” Lucy teased, and Tom jokingly agreed, “She is quite the bookworm. She’s one of those special people who knows how to read!”
The family laughed about that, blissfully unaware of the creature hiding in the shadows of the forest.

Emerald hid herself carefully as she observed the wagon. Something on board struck her nose, a scent that made her drool with desire: fish!
The mule pulling the wagon caught her scent as well, and began to snort and panic. Well, that effectively stopped the wagon, so Emerald took the opportunity to come out and introduce herself. Standing upright at her full 50 feet, she came out onto the road and said cheerfully, “Hello, I’m Emerald.”
The driver had just managed to get his beast under control, when his kids suddenly began to panic. Emerald tried to make herself look as unintimidating as possible as she said, “Don’t be afraid. I just saw you had food on board, and I was wanting…”
“She thinks we’re food!” Lucy exclaimed.
“Actually, I was talking about the fish…”
“She wants an offering!” Tom concluded.
“Yes! Of fish!” Emerald stated with a smile.
Clearly her message did not get across, as Tom got ahold of Senna and began to lead her to the edge of the wagon. “What are you doing!?” Senna exclaimed. Tom ignored her as he shouted at the dragon-girl, “Here’s a sacrifice for you. Take her! Trust me, she’s a virgin!”
Emerald face-palmed, “You don’t have to…” The black-haired girl was thrown from the wagon to the ground at Emerald’s feet, and Lucy shouted to her father, “Get us out of here; quick!”
“Ya!” The father shouted with a whip of the reigns, getting the mule to bolt. Seeing them run, Emerald held out her hand and pleaded, “No! Come back! My fish!” They showed no signs of stopping, and Emerald sighed as she sat on the road in defeat.
She noticed the offering she’d been given was trying to crawl away from her, and she quickly dropped her hand upon the girl to pick her up. It may not have been the meal she wanted, but at least she’d get something to make this not a waste of time.
Very typical for a sacrifice, the girl pushed feebly against her talons while legs kicked uselessly. She was better dressed than the typical sacrifice, having a dress that covered her from shoulder to knee, and sandals covering her feet and shins. All that amounted to was more wrapping paper for the dragon to have to remove.
“So, what’s your name?” Emerald asked curiously, though with little enthusiasm as she knew how this script went. The girl wouldn’t answer her question; she’d just scream and beg for mercy, noises that would not be silenced until she was gurgling in Emerald’s stomach.
“I’m Senna.” The girl answered, quite to Emerald’s surprise. She gave one more push against the scaly thumb before deciding it was pointless, then hung in the dragon’s grip as she asked, “Well? Are you going to eat me?”
Senna did smell like fish, which was wetting Emerald’s appetite. She brought the girl to her mouth, and gave her cheek a lick. When the pink tongue pulled away, Senna wiped the sticky spit from her face, but she was not being crammed into the humid interior of the maw. Fortunately for the girl, but unfortunate for the dragoness, Senna did not taste like a fish, which only served to spoil Emerald’s appetite.
Seeing the ground far below, and realizing she was not presently on a one-way journey through the dragon’s body, Senna requested, “Will you please put me down.” Emerald studied the girl curiously, then lowered her carefully onto the ground.
Once the girl had her feet beneath her once again, Emerald sat like a cat, her long tail swaying as she watched the girl carefully, expecting her to run at any second. Senna considered running for a moment, but understood the futility of it. She instead said, “Well it’s safe to say you didn’t actually want a maiden sacrifice.”
“Obviously not. If your friends had just listened to me, you wouldn’t be in this situation right now.” Emerald sighed. Senna shrugged, then said, “Well, since you won’t be needing me. I’m going to make my way to town. I’ve got to give Tom a piece of my mind.”
She walked up the road which the wagon disappeared down, and Emerald followed behind her walking on all fours as naturally as she would walk on two. “Why are you following me?” Senna asked.
“It was my understanding that when people sacrifice a girl to me, she’s mine to do with as I please.”
“But you didn’t ask for me. So what do you want?”
“You’re not screaming, which is a pleasant change. I thought we could talk and enjoy each other’s company.”
“Is that really all you want from me, dragon?”
“Well, what do you want me to do with you?”
“I want you to leave me alone!” Senna snapped sharply, causing Emerald to stop in her tracks.
“Of course.” She said a bit sadly. Her head drooped, and she began walking away with her wings and tail dragging on the ground.
“That was easy.” Senna thought, but as she considered her current situation, she felt very aggravated at Tom and his family for leaving her to die. Perhaps she could find a way to take it out on them, and to that end, this dragon/girl could be quite useful.
“Hey dragon!” Senna called to get Emerald’s attention, “Could you carry me to the town at the end of this road?”
“Why would I do that?” Emerald asked.
“I don’t want to be left out here on the road, and… that’s where the wagon full of fish will be headed.”
The news of fish got the dragon-girl to perk up, and she swiped up the raven-haired woman and eagerly demanded, “Show me the way!”

It was not so hard to follow the human’s directions from the air. Even though the top-down view was a very different perspective, it made things easier to navigate since the roads were laid out like a map, and the destinations were visible in the distance. As such, Senna was able to point out the desired city, and Emerald landed on the outskirts.
The demi-dragon set her passenger on the ground before she had a seat, and asked, “So that wagon will be here soon, right? I’m pretty sure I saw them on the road, but there have been a few branching paths they could go down.”
“Yes, this is where they were coming to sell the fish.” Senna answered.
“Good.” Emerald raised her talon, and waved it in a ‘shoo-shoo’ manner as she said, “Well, get out of here.”
“You’re really going to let me go?”
“I’m not a monster; I wouldn’t have brought you so close to other humans if I had no intention of letting you go. All I want is some food.”
Senna felt relieved. She had just been worrying that she would be seeing this scaly giantess from the inside. With the fear for her life diminished, she could think about vengeance on her ex. Of course, it would take a while for Tom and his family to arrive.
The girl found a tree nearby so she could lay against its trunk and be in the shade, and once she had a seat, her chauffer asked, “Aren’t you going to leave?”
“Those people left me to die at your hands, I want to watch their terror when you pay them another visit.”
“Well, you’re a vengeful little one aren’t you.” Emerald commented with a purr, liking the attitude. She laid down on her belly as she waited for the fish wagon to arrive.
Understanding she would be waiting for a bit, Senna took a book out of her bag so she could read it. Seeing the book, Emerald leaned over to try to see what it was. “Will you read to me?” She asked.
Senna regarded her companion, and then began reading out loud. “Emma knew she was forbidden to enter the treasure room, but curiosity had gotten the better of her. The chamber was dark and terrifying, as if it had been occupied by a feral beast without any thoughts of civility for years. There was only one thing that did not fill her heart with dread, and that was a beautiful rose, set on a pedestal by the window, radiating with an unnatural light. Emma approached the rose, reaching out a hand to touch it, and that was when she felt a powerful arm pull her away. ‘I told you not to come here!’ The beast growled. ‘I… I’m sorry, I…’ Emma tried to explain herself, but her captor bared his horrifying teeth, his eyes practically glowing as he roared, ‘Get out!’. In her fear, Emma fled from the castle of the beast, dashing into the snowy wasteland that surrounded the ruin of horrors as she tried to get as far away from her captor’s fury as possible.”
Emerald wondered what it was that fascinated humans with horrible monsters terrifying women. No doubt there was a handsome man right around the corner waiting to rescue this damsel in distress.
Senna kept reading, “Emma did not get far before she heard the distinct howls of wolves. As the massive mountain dogs came into view, she ran even faster, but she soon found herself surrounded. The predators closed in, licking their lips with anticipation, but before they could attack, a much larger being roared. Emma recognized it as the roar of the beast. The beast had followed after the girl, and he stood between the wolves and Emma as fought them off. Claw and fang found flesh between all combatants, but in the end, the wolves found themselves outmatched, and they ran away with their tails between their legs. With the predators driven off, the beast collapsed. Emma thought she could take this moment to escape, but something held her back. He had saved her, and if she left now, he would die; she couldn’t live with that on her conscience. She came to his side, built a fire, and began to tend to his wounds. As she medicated him, the beast opened his eyes, and growled, ‘You should not have run away.’ ‘Well you should not have frightened me.’ Emma replied. There was silence for a time, and then the beast let out a very soft, ‘I’m sorry…’ Emma could hear the regret in his voice. There was still no denying that he was a very unpleasant creature, but she was still willing to accept his apology – this time. ‘Thank you, for saving my life.’ She finally said.”
This was different, and Emerald found herself starting to enjoy it. That was when she heard the telltale sounds of wagon wheels travelling down the dirt road. The dragon-girl raised her head, and saw the fish wagon approaching. Now was her time to act, and she flapped her wings to spring to her feet and get in front of her prize.
Standing before the family, she said, “Now then, about what I asked for.” The mule once again panicked, and while the father attempted to get the beast under control, it managed to break out of its restraints. The father jumped onto its back as it bolted to the nearby town, leaving his children to the dragon.
Tom pleaded, “We already gave you a maiden! Wasn’t that enough to appease you!?”
“I’m still hungry.” Emerald replied, “And I recall asking for fish. So that is what I’m going to have.” She picked up the wagon in her talons, and Tom quickly jumped out as it was carried into the air. Lucy was not able to imitate the action, as her dress wound up snagged on a nail in the wood. Instead, all she could do was flail about as she was brought up to the dragon’s head.
Seeing the girl, Emerald attempted to help her, but not only did the human demand not to be touched, taking a hand off of the wagon wound up dropping precious fish into the mud below. Finally, she said, “You better hang on.” Then she opened her mouth and tipped the wagon against her chin so the fish would slide in.
Emerald could feel a couple of feet bracing against her lips, and even kick her as the girl tried to keep herself from falling in. The dragoness was not overly bothered by this, as delicious fish spilled all over her tongue. She finally pulled the wagon away to close her mouth and toss the mouthful between her cheeks, savoring the flavor before she swallowed. Then she brought the wagon back for another round.
This time, Lucy’s dress did not hold her in place, as the cheap garments ripped off of her and allowed her to tumble directly into Emerald’s mouth along with several more fish. Emerald did not miss the flavor of girl accompanying her mouthful this time, but she took little care to separate it from the fish as her tongue explored the scrawny female form. She soon swallowed, sending the girl to her stomach along with the rest of her meal.
Tom watched with horror as his sister was swallowed alive. A few seconds later he saw movement on Emerald’s smooth and scaly belly as Lucy pushed against it from the inside.
As the dragon-girl continued to chow down on what was left of his livelihood, he saw someone else standing beside a tree. It was Senna! He ran up the hill to her, and exclaimed, “Senna!? How are you still alive?”
The dark-haired girl answered, “She didn’t want to eat me.”
“Well she had no problem eating my sister. You have to get her out of that monster’s belly!”
“Why should I feel any sympathy for you or your family after you left me to die?”
“Because it’s your fault! You were supposed to satisfy her!”
Senna rolled her eyes, “Good to know you wanted your girlfriend to be eaten.”
“Better you than my sister!” He moved in to attack her, but both humans were caught by surprise when a wagon landed on the ground next to them, breaking on impact.
Emerald was standing next to them. The dragon-girl wiped her mouth and then burped out a pair of female undergarments before she said, “That was all I wanted. If you’ll excuse us, Senna and I were in the middle of a good story.”
Tom shakily stood his ground as he demanded, “Give me back my sister!”
“I’m sorry about her, but I’m afraid the journey is one-way, and I doubt she’ll survive to the end.”
“Just puke her out you bitch!”
Emerald frowned, not appreciating the tone – though it was not entirely unjustified – and she replied, “If I did that, I would lose everything I just ate, and then we’d be right back to where we started.”
“Good, then you can eat her like you were supposed to in the first place!” He grabbed Senna and threw her before the dragon girl. Emerald sighed, then said, “I think I have a better idea to satisfy all parties. She then opened her mouth and enveloped Tom’s top half within.
Senna watched in awe as Tom’s legs kicked outside of Emerald’s mouth. Her tongue slipped into his pants and curled between his legs as she slurped on him. The garments quickly became slacked, and then dropped from the dragon-girl’s mouth entirely as their former wearer was pulled out of them. Then Emerald’s neck bulged as Tom slid through it. It was a bit alarming to see just how much the dragoness enjoyed eating people, and Senna felt lucky to not be joining them.
With that act of consumption concluded, Emerald regarded her belly with a pat as she finished, “Now you have your sister back for the rest of your life.” Emerald sat down to observe Senna, and asked the girl, “Are you quite satisfied with the terror they experienced? If so, you can run away now. Although, I would like to know how that book of yours ends.”
“Do you like books?” Senna asked. Emerald nodded and answered, “Yes. My mommy would read me stories from time to time. Such good stories like one about a wolf who protects a girl from her cruel grandmother, or one about a couple of orphaned children who meet a witch in the forest and become her students.”
Hearing that the dragon girl liked story books got Senna to smile, and she said, “Fairytails by the Sisters Mihm? Interesting! This book is good, but there’s other good ones, like a story about a man who sells his soul to a djinn to overthrow a cruel monarchy. Then there’s another story about a pirate who rescues children from a flying demon that kills them before they can grow up. I’ll read those to you some time, but for now, we can finish this one.”
Hours passed as Emerald listened to Senna read from her book. In that time, the screams of terror and pain turned into gassy gurgles, and the pleasing wiggles settled into satisfying lumps. Around that time, a crowd of people had come from the village. Not just a crowd, but a mob wielding weapons.
Emerald sighed, “I guess that guy who I let escape on the donkey called out the people against me.” Senna took a couple steps back, trying to get herself out of reach as she responded, “Well what did you expect after you ate his children?”
“You didn’t seem to mind.”
“Neither did you. You claim you don’t want to eat people, but you clearly enjoy it. That’s why people run from dragons, or try to kill them, because they know your kind do terrible things to people for pleasure.”
Emerald frowned, “And what of humans who kill for pride or ignorance? Trying to justify such cruel actions doesn’t excuse them.” She did not know how much effort she had to put into opposing the first impression that she was some blood thirsty monster, but as usual, her efforts went without reward. She finished, “I can’t help what I am, and people won’t look at me for who I am. So they give me no choice but to be what they think I am.”
Emerald regarded the people as they came up the hill, knowing full well how this script played out. “Leave me alone!” She roared at them, feeling heat rise in her chest. She knew there was no changing the minds of people; they all wanted to harm her, and that was it. Either she fought and killed, or she would die.
Before she could set her fire upon them, the script was broken as someone else came between her and the mob; it was Senna. The girl held her arms outward, telling the mob to stop, and Emerald was stunned into halting her attack.
This scenario was so foreign, and yet familiar for Emerald. Deep within memories she’d tried to repress, she remembered the last time she’d seen a human stand between herself and an angry mob. It was her mother, the last thing her mother ever did. In seeing history repeating itself, Emerald’s rage turned into fear; not for herself, but for Senna.
Senna saw the angry crowd, and told them, “Can’t you leave her be? She’s not hurting anybody!” Well, she wasn’t hurting anybody now… but after the time she spent with Emerald, she believed the dragon-girl truly didn’t wish harm on anyone. Understandably, the mob did not believe this, and the absence of Tom and Lucy was all the evidence that was needed to back up their desire to do away with the dragoness. A couple people even came forward to grab her and get her to safety – or more likely just get her out of the way. But something else grabbed her first.
Hard scales of a hand wrapped around her body, and she went through crazy g-forces as she was brought to a massive bosom which enveloped her more than the hand did. While she practically sank into boob flesh, they were thankfully not sweaty. Senna herself was the one sweating profusely from the uncomfortable heat radiating from Emerald’s chest, and she was barely cooled by the heavy breeze as the dragon-girl soared through the air to get away from the mob.

After flying for quite some time, Emerald finally landed somewhere in her mountain forest. She still did not release the human, but continued to hold her close as she curled fetal and wrapped her wings around herself. Senna noticed how the giant woman quivered with fear.
“Are you alright?” The human asked.
“No, I’m not.” Emerald admitted, then asked, “Why would you stand up for me?”
“Because… You’re not a monster. You didn’t want to kill them, so I wanted to give you time to escape.”
The reasoning was touching, but only bringing further pain to the dragon-girl’s heart, as she was further reminded of how her mother had given her life trying to save her. Emerald wept, “They would have killed you.”
“No they wouldn’t.”
“Yes they would!”
“They had good intentions; they probably wanted to save me.”
“Mobs do terrible things for terrible reasons! They wanted to kill me and you got in the way! They would have killed you just like they killed mommy!”
This reaction further came as a surprise to Senna, who inquired, “Your mother, wasn’t she a dragon?”
“No, she was human, like them, and they killed her anyway.” Tears were visibly pouring down Emerald’s scaly cheeks now, and Senna apologized, “I’m sorry, I had no idea…”
At this point, the human was having a hard time breathing from the intense heat that enveloped her, and she asked, “Will you please put me down? I don’t think there’s anything that will hurt us here.”
Though she still looked concerned, Emerald did open her wings and set Senna on the ground, granting the girl some fresh air. The demi-dragon had a seat like a cat to watch the human, and after regaining her composure, the raven-haired girl said, “I guess I should have just gone straight to town and saved you from that trauma.”
“I’m sorry Senna, I seem to have ruined your chances to reunite with people.”
“It’s alright, the country is very big. I’m sure I can get into a town that may never hear of these events.”
Emerald let out a sigh of relief, “I’m glad to hear it.”
“I don’t know if I would have made a good impression anyway; people around these parts don’t seem to have respect for a woman who can read – or respect for women at all for that matter. I don’t suppose you know of any place that’s more tolerant?”
“I’m afraid not. People don’t exactly tolerate me by appearance, let alone any personal qualities.”
“I see… I guess I’ll go on my own then. Goodbye Emerald.” Senna was unsure if the dragon-girl would let her go, but Emerald did answer with a sad goodbye of her own. She made a motion to leave, but then hesitated, shuffling back and forth for a moment before she finally returned to her captor and said, “You know, since you’re so lonely out here, I could always come visit you from time to time. I could bring books to read, and fresh food to eat – although it may not be of the portions that you desire…”
Hearing this offer caused Emerald to perk up, and her tail swayed back and forth as she spoke with hope, “Really? You mean it!?”
“Of course I do.”
A bright smile spread across Emerald’s face as she asked a bit nervously, “Does this mean we’re friends?”
“I think it does, as long as that means you won’t eat me.”
Emerald scooped up the much smaller girl and nuzzled her against her cheek happily. She was overjoyed to have a new friend in her life.
Diance may have been right that being a dragon meant fighting knights and devouring maidens, but the maiden befriending the dragon was a far better story as far as Emerald was concerned.

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PaNdAiTe411

Posted by PaNdAiTe411 3 months ago Report

Can I expect to see more of these two in the future? :o

DrakentheBlack

Posted by DrakentheBlack 3 months ago Report

Yes you can!

PaNdAiTe411

Posted by PaNdAiTe411 3 months ago Report

Yay ^_^ Cool story btw

DrakentheBlack

Posted by DrakentheBlack 3 months ago Report

Thank you ^^

Dragon808tr

Posted by Dragon808tr 3 months ago Report

Such a cute and nice story! Was a real treat to read!

DrakentheBlack

Posted by DrakentheBlack 3 months ago Report

Thank you!

Nalzindar

Posted by Nalzindar 3 months ago Report

Hehe, I must say that I caught on why this story is named "A Good story"! When I started writing the review, I had to chose my wordings differently in order not to repeat and say that this was a good story XD
At the start, I thought this was about the duchess, but her grades in survival went from A+ to F- in two scenes!
But, I am still glad that Emerald managed to get a new friend at the end, and that you got a couple of good vore scenes along.
P.S. Was Diance, Emerald's mother?

DrakentheBlack

Posted by DrakentheBlack 3 months ago Report

LOL
It's funny how the baroness started out thinking she had a low chance of survival, when her chances were actually very good. But she assumed the worst and got the worst.
Diance was the Baroness, not Emerald's mother.

Nalzindar

Posted by Nalzindar 2 months ago Report

Diance the dutchess, yes of course. My mistake!:3

Umhuebr

Posted by Umhuebr 2 months ago Report

This story was INCREDIBLE! I just love medieval dragoness scenarios, and this one was particularly amazingly written! I honestly felt bad for Emerald at first, she legitimately seemed disappointed that the baroness wasn't her friend. Pretty bad move on her part, in all honesty *though I did find it interesting that she buried her bones the following day once what remained of the baroness completed her trip through her body). Senna was great, though! Lovely to see someone finally befriending Emerald! I really dig dark stories, but, it's genuinely nice to see one with a happy ending! Or, rather, happy for Senna and Emerald at least, Tom, Lucy and Diance probably wouldn't say the same x3 All the vorish moments were great, especially Lucy's demise, and I must say I really appreciate how this had implied disposal, with the baroness and all!

Once more, bravo! Seriously loved it! Now, don't wanna ask for much, but, think there can be more stories with these two in the future? Would love to see their friendship unfolding!
Cheers! :D

DrakentheBlack

Posted by DrakentheBlack 2 months ago Report

Thank you!

There will certainly be more stories with Senna. If a character is named and doesn't wind up in the belly of the big sexy dragon girl, they are more than likely a reoccurring character.

xvx17

Posted by xvx17 2 months ago Report

the title was not lying

DrakentheBlack

Posted by DrakentheBlack 2 months ago Report

Thanks!