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Author Topic: Wetworks [Fantasy D&D Smut: M for F or M]  (Read 933 times)

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Wetworks [Fantasy D&D Smut: M for F or M]
« on: March 10, 2017, 10:36:28 pm »
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Seeking:  Hi, I am seeking an M or F to play opposite to an F or M respectively (I am seeking an M/F relationship, although I could envision playing an F opposite to a Futa).  I am willing to play a sultry, cock-hungry adventuress opposite to a male adventurer as well.

World:  The game takes place in a large fantasy city where slavery is legal and women are treated unequally.  The female character will be highly objectified (although she should revel in being ogled and groped).

Story:  MC and YC are novice members of an assassin's guild assigned to infiltration, assassination, or sabotage missions.  When they aren't assassinating people, they lead libertine lives filled with sex, drugs, and other vices.  Our characters are lovers, but highly promiscuous with a host of partners.  They are not above using sex to get what they want.

Smut:  This game will have an unreasonable amount of smut.

System:  Wetworks is a first level gestalt D&D 3.5 game with modified "mastermind" rules.  What that means is that characters are tasked with completing objectives within a set number of rounds to succeed.  To achieve success, characters will roll Knowledge (Tactics), add the result together, and then compare them to the following table when formulating a plan.


The characters earn an ablative bonus on all skill checks and attack rolls in the encounter depending on the result of the roll: +1 for a roll of 10-14, +2 for 15-25, and +3 for 25 or higher.  Additionally, the characters can reduce the bonus to gain circumstantial benefits, such as learning geographical layouts, locating key personnel, gaining access to locations, or turning foes into allies.

Interest:  Please message me if you are interested!
« Last Edit: March 11, 2017, 11:50:04 pm by PhantomPistoleer »