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Katrice Metaluna

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First trial
« on: October 28, 2014, 05:58:05 PM »
"Since you like prancing around out in the woods as a perpetual pee-fountain, that’s what this trial is going to be about. I’m going to see just how well you handle it when you’re given half of what you like so much."

Katrice blushed rather hard. Hearing her Mistress just say it so plainly and directly like that made her want to crawl in a tiny hole somewhere and hide forever! “I… I don’t like it that much,” she stammered, almost under her breath. She kept her gaze down towards the floor, and kept her hands clasped behind her back. She tried to keep her composure, but she was already as fidgety as ever.

Endora frowned at Katrice and gave her a very stern look. “Oh? Then I suppose you visit the faeries so often purely out of a sense of obligation! Don’t lie to me, pet. I can see right through you.”

Katrice bit her bottom lip and whimpered softly. She only glanced up just long enough to see the serious look on Endora’s face before she quickly lowered her head again, feeling quite sheepish and embarrassed. “I mean… I mean… uhm… y-yes, Mistress!”

"And if you’re good and follow my orders, I will let you live your ‘shameful’ little fantasy within my palace! In my own special way, of course." Endora smiled playfully to Katrice, though her stare was still just a bit stern. She reached over to gently take Katrice’s chin, and lifted her face up so that Katrice’s eyes met her own. "If you fail, you’ll find your penalty just as… intense."
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Re: First trial
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2014, 05:32:21 PM »
You certainly have a way of painting emotion with your writing. The expressions these two must have during the conversation are pretty easy to imagine with the way you describe it all. Nice work.