...more! Here are several new ideas I have. While my On/Off's are most likely not 100% complete they do give a general idea of what works for me and what does not.
(Setting: Fantasy, Medieval)
(Players: 1 on 1)
(Themes: Adventure, Romance, Seduction, Master/Slave)
The Village of Inverhagen was very unremarkable. Laying on the edge of the Wilds, it was a small farming community. The village itself was rumored to have more Inns than Homes, laying on a trade route to a neighboring Kingdom it was often a stopping place for travelers. During the Winter the majority of visitors were not a round. Laying just off the main road, it drew little attention from those not wishing to spend the night, and the Kingdom cared no more for Inverhagen then any other village.
One cold night, however, the village was attacked by bandits and burnt to the ground, the majority of its citizens slain. Being so close to the Wilds, this was not unusual other for the fact that the bandits were extremely thorough and left few survivors. It was written off as another raid – bandits made desperate by the harshness of the early winter.
What few people know is that these were no ordinary bandits, and the attack on the village was far from random. The Princess of the Kingdom had been traveling incognito, returning home from a Kingdom to the North. She had been sent there on a diplomatic meeting of great importance. The clouds of war were gathering in the Wastelands to the far north, dark agents spread throughout the land. Those agents, knowing what she knows, are out to kill her, so she had chosen to masquerade as a wealthy merchant complete with armed guards. Little did she know how vast the corruption truly was amongst her own people. Only during the attack does she realize who has orchestrated it, and she passes this information onto one of her slaves – the sole survivor who is rescued by a local boy.
Together, slave and boy must journey to the heart of the Kingdom to warn the King and expose the traitors. But can they survive the long trip?
[Alternate Plot: The ‘slave’ is really the Princess.]
[Into the Rabbit Hole]
(Setting: Fantasy, Medieval, Modern)
(Players: 1 on 1)
(Themes: Magic, Time Travel, Adventure, Romance, Hardcore, Mistress/Slave, Non-Con)
Mark was a history student and had come to Scotland to study abroad. The perfect place for a History Major with an emphasis on European History. He was more then excited to be able to visit castles he had only seen in books and the like. Recently arrived, classes do not start for a week or two, so he decides to go on a hike to visit some local ruins in the nearby woods.
The ruins are unstable, however, and while exploring the floor gives way under him. He falls a dozen feet, knocking his head on the way down. But when he awakens, he is in a much different world, a beautiful woman standing over him. As the fog in his mind clears, he realizes he knows where he is – the ruins – only they aren’t in ruins anymore. And the woman turns out to be a mage! She had performed a summoning spell that had clearly gone wrong. This is all too much for him to take it at one time and he finds himself bewildered as he tries to come to terms with this new world he finds himself in.
The castle and surrounding village are on the border with a rival clan, and comes under attack. They are forced to flee, delaying any chance or hope he might have of returning back to his world, his time.