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Let your own feet be your guide
« on: October 28, 2014, 05:52:26 PM »
"Oh, but you’ll need a guide or else you’ll get lost! Who to get? Who to get?" The faerie thoughtfully pondered for quite a while as she fluttered there.

Katrice was getting nervous. ‘Twas bad enough that she knew what was going to happen after this, but now it seemed that there was to be more on top of that? She was getting rather anxious. “Oh, oh… I d-don’t really need a…”

The faerie’s eyes went wide and she smiled brightly. “I know!” she gleefully giggled. Before Katrice could really react, the faerie snapped her fingers. Katrice could feel that telltale tingling, around her feet and ankles this time. She already suspected what had happened before she even looked down at her own feet, and she felt them ‘come to life’ as it were. Her feet shuffled a little bit while her toes splayed out and then curled up and back again, as if they were ‘waking up’ for the first time ever. She had no control over it, but she could certainly feel them moving just the same.

"You’re in charge of her when no one else is around, do you understand?" The faerie was addressing Katrice’s feet directly. Katrice blushed hard just for being treated this way. Her feet suddenly stopped their wiggling around and ‘stood up straight’ to make themselves appear as serious as possible. Also, it seemed, they could take control of the rest of her legs whenever they needed or wanted to, because now her entire bottom half was standing most erect and motionless.
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Re: Let your own feet be your guide
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2014, 05:36:51 PM »
I really like how you describe the loss of control here. It's like her feet become their own characters separate from Katrice entirely. Which I can only assume was the point.

The Faerie's dialog was pretty cute too.

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Re: Let your own feet be your guide
« Reply #2 on: November 26, 2014, 06:16:10 PM »
All the faeries in this story tend to talk in cute-speak. That's just the way they are! Hee.

And you're right about Katrice's feet. They 'come alive' like that from then on, whenever she is in their forest. I don't think they actually like the prospect of her leaving it, because they go dormant anywhere else. Inside their forest, they have absolute command over her bottom half (and possibly her hands later on? I'm still pondering that), and she has to constantly beg and plead with them if she wants to go somewhere, or not go where they are taking her.
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Re: Let your own feet be your guide
« Reply #3 on: November 26, 2014, 06:23:04 PM »
That's really hot actually... xD I think I read a lengthy story on what I believe is your site about her feet not wanting her to leave the forest.

I think it'd be kinda funny if her hands came alive too. Maybe then her hands and feet could disagree! Add in some more problems for Katrice! Having most of her body not listening to her as is, then her body isn't even getting along very well.

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Re: Let your own feet be your guide
« Reply #4 on: November 26, 2014, 07:56:38 PM »
Hee. Well the way I'm writing it so far, her feet never gain the ability to talk. It's also ambiguous whether they are separate entities working together, or a single magickally constructed consciousness controlling both. Not being able to actually talk, they're all about action! They can kind of communicate back to Katrice in a sort of foot-pantomime which they sometimes do.

What I was thinking was that later on, the Faerie Queen gives Katrice's feet the ability to take control of her hands and arms, seeing as they've done such an excellent job of acting as her guide in their forest. Thus they would be charged with the most important responsibility of making sure her hands play with her breasts and tease her nipples at least most of the time!

I just though it would be funny that her hands never get the same exact treatment as her feet, as if her feet were more special somehow and the faeries seem to start treating them as separate from Katrice herself. So it's like... they give her feet a promotion, haha. Kind of humiliating!
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Re: Let your own feet be your guide
« Reply #5 on: November 26, 2014, 08:04:27 PM »
That would be really cool! And pretty humiliating, for sure.

I like you have them do that, communicate through the pantomime. It makes them more unique in terms of character. Not to mention strangely sexy xD Even if they can't talk though, the pantomiming is way more humorous. To me that would make for all the more entertaining of a argument between her hands and feet if they were ever brought to life too. They could be jealous and try not to listen, but the feet would still reign supreme no matter what. Still, I definitely like where you're going with it all.