To Secure the Future
M/F (F Wanted), NonCon, Reluctance, Possible Bondage, Possible M/C, Impregnation, Fantasy
1 Primary, up to 3 variations
Mid-fantasy setting, low but present magic
For generations, there have been tensions between the highly ordered and tradition-minded Southern Kingdom (mostly human subjects, ruled by noble Elven families) and the upstart Northern Kingdom (mostly human, rules by humans, with some other races in various measures). To the Southerners, the Northern Kingdom represented chaos and a threat. To the Northerners, the Southern Kingdom represented ossification and oppression.
For the fourth time in four generations, there has been a major and costly war. As with the other three, the war came when the Southern Kingdom invaded, seeking to impose their rules and traditions on the North. Once again, the Northerners have beaten them, though the cost in lives and resources was steep. All the other times, the Northern Kingdom was content to beat the Southerners off and leave them be. This time, however, they have had enough. This time, they want to ensure the peace forever -- even if they must eliminate the very Southern way of life to do it.
The traditions of the Southerners would be the key to ensuring Northern independence and forever eliminating the threat of the South. The elven families who rule their kingdom maintain impeccable sky elven bloodlines -- and the elves do not bear young often, being so long lived. The process of keeping the bloodlines pure is painstaking, and the traditions of the Southern Kingdom do not allow for bloodlines that cross to go to war with one another.
The Northerners have captured several of the Southern fortresses -- where the royal and noble families hold sway. They have captured the next generation -- the young lords and ladies, and brought them North. The true, immature children of the Elves have been taken as well, to be raised far from their ancestral lands. The elders have largely been put to death -- with only rare exceptions.
The Northerner plan is a dark one, driven by dark times. They will preserve the Northern Kingdom... by fusing the pure blood of the Elves with their own human nobility. Each elf, male or female, will only bear or sire children with human Northern nobles. There are elixirs known which will awaken the breeding time of the elves individually. There are others which will render them sterile -- those elders who have survived have already been given the latter.
These are tales of this dark time in the land.
CLAIMED: Primary: The Princess Compromised
The Princess of the Elves, haughty but not unkind, is the most important captive of the Northerners. By the traditions of the Southern Kingdom, a Princess cannot inherit -- she can be but a regent until she bears a Prince, if there is no male child. The Princess is an only child, and has been trained to be a regent while the elaborate courtships that would marry her to another Elven house and produce an heir -- hopefully a male -- have been taking place behind the scenes.
Then the war came, started by the Princess's father in an effort to finally bring the Northerners into line. It went badly for the Southern Kingdom -- but for the first time the Northerners invaded the fortresses of the elves. And the princess was captured and brought to the North, along with many other nobles of her generation.
The second son of the Northern King knows the Princess -- during the peacetime, they had several conversations. They like each other. In a better world, perhaps they could have even been friends or lovers.
It is not a better world. His older sister -- who will be Queen of the North -- has been spared from the fusion of bloodlines. But it cannot simply be a nobleman siring a child upon the Princess. It must be royalty.
It must be the second son.
A reluctant man. A captive elven princess. Alchemical agents to ensure conception.
The future must be preserved.
(I would be playing the second son -- I'm looking for someone to play the Princess. This would be a non-consensual scene with impregnation, potential bondage and potential mind-control -- lust potions or the like. It would not be an S/M Dom/Sub scene.)
First Variation: A Door Closes, a Window Opens
One of the noble elves has been unceremoniously delivered to the nobleman who is to sire children off her. At the same time, this elf-maid is from an old and powerful family, with ties back to the dark elves. She and her kin have always endured and prospered by taking their circumstances and turning them to their advantage. The nobleman himself has land and power in the Northern government.
The old ways of the Southern Kingdom are over. She can see that even if the other elves cannot. Through this noble, she could establish herself -- not only maintaining what control she could over her family holdings in the South, but establish herself as a permanent presence -- a power and voice -- here in the North.
And what was the cost? A child with the human? He was not so unpleasant to look at, and at their first meeting, it became clear that his own machinations might -- might -- just be as byzantine as her own.
Perhaps this was an opportunity, and it would be a shame not to explore it. Of course, that would mean not just conceiving a child but building an actual relationship -- and preferably a marriage -- with this man. All would be naught without legitimacy, after all....
The question was, could the two adapt to each other's.... tastes.....
(I would be the human male, looking for the elven female. If anything, this would be a Dom/Dom dark romance, with perhaps more kink. If this were a novel series, this pair would become the recurring antagonists -- neither one concerned with the past, just what this meant for the future. This could end up involving other characters as the dark couple find ways to indulge their passions.)
Second Variation: Just Lie Back, Close Your eyes and Think of Southern Kingdom
A male elf of the Southern Kingdom is one of the captives, brought to the keep of a Lord. The Lord's eldest daughter has been selected. The elf has no intention of going through with any of this.
The daughter, on the other hand, is thrilled. A powerful, handsome elf, children with elvish blood, and most of all, the daughter herself finding herself the most important woman on the estate.
Of course, it's a slight problem that the elf-lord himself is actively resisting everything. Honestly, there's nothing to be done but attack the problem head on -- tie the elf-lord down, ply him with lust and fertility potions, and have her wicked, wicked way with him.
(Looking for the F, NonCon Bondage -- highly enthusiastic. No matter how dark the thoughts or tormented the soul of the Elf-lord, the woman would be cheerful and friendly -- and of course, with the power of alchemy and rope, why, anything is possible!)
CLAIMED: Third Variation: My Ally, My Danger
Rather than see her daughter given over to the Northerners, an Elven duchess sacrifices herself, claiming her daughter died in the assault. The daughter herself fled, moving through the hidden passages of the fortress, until she found herself in the deep woods, out an ancient escape tunnel.
She is found by a Southern soldier -- a human, whose family was killed in the warfare -- he has no love for the North, but no love for the rulers of the Southern Kingdom, either. After all, they provoked the war that killed his family. However, he still takes the woman on, using different techniques of disguising her as a human and traveling to the east, in hopes of reaching a seaport and getting off the continent entirely. Then, she can remain pure until such time as a male of proper bloodline can be found, and she can bear the last pureblood child of the Southern Kingdom. Indeed, if hers is the only pureblood child left (and is male) that child would one day be the King of the Southern Kingdom.
The pair travel through occupied territories, disguised as a farmer and his wife -- both human -- as they seek to avoid death or capture. The problem... is twofold. First off, the soldier and the elf warm to each other. He is loyal, brave and strong, and helps her despite having every reason not to. She is warm, kind and humble, and does not treat him like an inferior.
The problem is, the elf-maid has gone into season -- it happens only decade or more, and it lasts a year when it does happen. But during that year, she is highly receptive... if she should... indulge the desires they both are beginning to feel... then she will almost inevitably conceive a child. The soldier doesn't care about bloodlines or purity -- he's as happy to see the Southern Kingdom fall. The elf-maid has a duty to her kind.... Will she be delivered from the dark plan of the Northern Kingdom... only to toss away the last hope of the South for her own love and passion?
(Seeking the F, Romance, banter, room for almost any kind of exploration. This would be as much or more about the journey than the destination.)