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Offline seducer12Topic starter

Gladiators of Rome (M for F)
« on: June 11, 2011, 03:19:16 PM »
I'm currently craving a roleplay set in the roman times. The characters are a champion of a gladiatorial school, the best fighter in the Roman republic and the wife of the owner of the gladiatorial school. The wife is a devious, scheming beautiful Roman woman. She knows her husband is the best for her financially but sexually, not so much.

The gladiator is a physical specimen, an animal of a man, skilled in the art of war. The wife notices him one day while he is training and takes a liking to him. From then on he is her sex toy to use whenever she pleases. He is summoned to ravish her on her demand. That is the basic plot, details can be worked out, and I'm open to any plot changes. PM me or reply on this thread if you're interested :)

PS - Spartacus - Blood and Sand - Season 1 was the inspiration for this craving! Check it out for more visualisation of the plotline.

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Re: Gladiators of Rome (M for F)
« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2011, 12:02:22 AM »
I'll bite, I am interested but I would want to do something along the lines of them actually developing real feelings for each other, possibly leading to her running away with him (that could be a maybe)