WITHIN: Graded primarily on heat and narrative WITHOUT: Graded primarily on narrative Possible spoilers below … WITHIN Nine to Hive (mc ff mf fd ft ma gr sf bd) (2 new chapters) by Half Shim --4/5 (pretty good, not perfect but enjoyable)-- The starting dream sequence was a touch over the top, but still more... Continue Reading →
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Post: New Transformations Latexica Submitted: 9/19/2014 Text: As the wound heals, inspect for signs of infection including increased pain, redness and fluid around the cut. A high body temperature is also a sign of infection. If a wound seems infected, let the victim rest. Physical activity can spread the infection. If infection develops, seek the... Continue Reading →
Over the next couple days I will be making some significant tweaks to the Realms. On top of the top level pages I made not too long ago, I will be adding subpages. These new pages will be new versions of my story indexes (table of contents), thereby retiring the Index-of-stories tag. As the text will... Continue Reading →
WITHIN: Graded primarily on heat and narrative WITHOUT: Graded primarily on narrative Possible spoilers below … WITHIN Abby’s Ascention (mc ff mf fd gr ma sf) (new) by effjoo --2.5/5 (not great, had some redeeming qualities)-- A gem that reshapes the protagonist and those around her? Sure, why not? While definitely polished, the start of... Continue Reading →
WITHIN: Graded primarily on heat and narrativeWITHOUT: Graded primarily on narrativePossible spoilers below …WITHINNine to Hive (mc ff mf fd ft ma gr sf bd) (1 new chapter) by Half Shim-3.5/5 (good, not quite earth shattering)--I’m glad to see a new chap of this one, even if its been over a year since the last... Continue Reading →