Moonlight Naga"When you're the best of friendsMoonlight Naga5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The Naga of Shriryah Chapter 1Lindayo was educated, as all Shauhy are, and knew how to read. Reading is an important skill for the Shauhy, so that they can read poetry and recite it, as well as sing songs. However he read other things as well, for he was not always monitored by his naga and human trainers.The Naga of Shriryah Chapter 17 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
In the school where he grew up, he was always the top student, skilled in most of the arts, and eager to please. A human that was such a good pupil was a trusted human. So was at liberty to wander the village where the many Shauhy training schools were located, and not forced to spend every hour within his school house. He would go to places where books were kept, he read of many things, and that is what made his heart start yearning.
Sure it was likely he would not be eaten, though not a certainty, but he would still always just be a possession. Lindayo wanted freedom, wanted to be loved instead of used by his master, wanted to see lands where his kind were free, where they ruled and never had to fear that they
Passing On: Moonlight NagaWarning: This is a prequel to my Sora/Riku fic "Moon Light Naga" You don't have to read that to read this, but you can if you want.Passing On: Moonlight Naga5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
He awoke to the sound of an explosion which shook the house around him. Wide eyed, he sat bolt upright. An alarm bell was beginning to sound as he scrambled out of bed. At eleven years old, he was old enough to know he shouldnt panic, but young enough to be terrified. He knew what the bells meant; their village was under attack. The boy headed for the door, but it opened before he reached it.
Roxas, It was his mother, holding a lantern. Come on, we have to get out of here. She motioned him forward urgently.
He moved toward her, Mom, whats happening, wheres Dad?
No time, follow me. She turned and headed down the stairs, moving silently but swiftly.
There was another explosion, and once more the house shook violently. Roxas stumbled, falling forward and down a few steps, but he managed to catc
Naga of Shriryah Chapter 9Dawn had just arrived when Lindayo opened his eyes once more. Since it was early the sun was not yet too bright, but still bright enough to wake him up. Bhaksa didnt seem to have any problem sleeping with the bright light of the sun. The Shauhy was still securely in the nagas arms, and tail, the naga seemed utterly unaware of this, and everything. Lindayo couldnt help but think that Bhaska looked somewhat angel while asleep, none of the normal danger he radiated was present, he was peaceful now, gentle. As he held Lindayo like a lover a smile played on the nagas soft pink lips.Naga of Shriryah Chapter 97 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Lindayo lay still enjoying the twilight of morning before it faded, for that time seemed peaceful to him, like everything was right and there was nothing to worry about. Day was just beginning but was not quite yet in full motion, the troubles of the day still lingered as distant possibilities, nothing could penetrate the peace or break it yet. The moment could not last forever, as Linday
Naga of Shriryah Chapter 15Bhaska simply lay back, enjoying the wonderful feeling of being full after fasting for so long. He looked down at his swollen, distended, belly feeling very pleased. Placing a hand against his stomach he let out a small belch. The naga paid no mind to his weeping. In fact Bhaska tried to ignore it, as he had ignored the cries, protests, and struggles of every other meal hed ever consumed. He was a predator, it was his nature to kill in order to live, and that left no room for mercy or feelings of pity.Naga of Shriryah Chapter 156 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Of course, Lindayo was different from any other meal. Lindayo hadnt struggled, or protested. Hed just taken it, and that fact alone was troubling. Bhaska had wanted him to break down, to fight and curse him. It would have been easier then. Slaughtering a willing lamb was different; it was harder, strangely enough. Because the lamb trusted him, so it felt wrong to kill it.
Lindayo hadnt acted like prey; hed acted like a Shauhy
Naga of Shriryah Chapter 12Lindayo was led down the hall ways he knew well, each step he took on the glistening white tiled floor echoed, each step seemed to mock him, for each step brought him closer to facing his true master once again. He hated even thinking what the naga might intend to do to him. The human wondered if this is what a prisoner felt when being led to execution, if this was what Harta felt when being led to this very room to meet his own end. They stopped in from of the large doors of ornately carved black wood. Standing next to the great door he suddenly felt so small.Naga of Shriryah Chapter 127 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
The lord bade you to enter, I will leave you here, he said, although it was clear he had no intention of leaving until Lindayo was through the door, just to make sure that the Shauhy didnt try to run again.
Lindayo took a breath, and then gulped nervously, this was it. Beads of sweat were forming on his brow as he imagined himself chained to a wall as his the strong arms of the naga brought down a whip on his u
The Naga of Shriryah Chapter 5The desert was a place of death, unfit for most forms life, especially humans. Lindayo knew that once long ago the desert had been smaller, and the habitable lands had been larger, and greener, in ancient times before the war or the kingdom, when rains came often. Now the rains came only in late summer, in violent monsoons that sacred the earth with the rabid heavy rain fall, most of which was washed away before it could be absorbed by the thirsty sand. The time of rains was months away, so there was no hope for any water now.The Naga of Shriryah Chapter 57 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
There was little hope for anything really. Especially survival, a naga perhaps could have survived for they can go very long without food or drink, and their scales are not damaged by the sun as human skin is. The only way for a human to survive the desert is in caravans with supplies. Lindayo knew all this, and knew that by running into the desert he had virtually signed his own death sentence. Yet despite knowledge of how futile it all was, he continued to walk
Of Sharks and FishThe Way of Fish and SharksOf Sharks and Fish4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The oceans were a beautiful place to call home, from the colorful reefs, to lush forests of kelp, and endless expanses of perfect blue, but even at it's loveliest the ocean teemed with peril. For the sea was as deadly as it was wonderful; a place of hungry mouths, grasping tentacles, poisoned stings, and sharp teeth. As a merboy, Roxas was one of the bigger fish, but merfolk were not safe from all dangers.
Yet Roxas swam along as if there was nothing to fear in the seas. He was a pretty merboy. His hair was a golden mess of spikes and swirls and his eyes were impossibly blue. While his upper half was that of a human boy, his lower half was white with thick black stripes.
Roxas came to the edge of a kelp forest. It was there a shadow fell over him. Roxas looked up to see a tiger sharkmaid circling above him. She was a beautiful thing, graceful in the deadly way that all predators are. Her shark half was an almost blue gray and covered in dark spot. She wore br
Naga of Shriryah Chapter 10The day passed, and was far more enjoyable for Lindayo. For one thing the fact that Bhaska and he were talking now made things less monotonous, and for another the naga had offered to help him carry his loud, since, nagas are far stronger, and youre a weakling even for a human. Lindayo had simply thanked him for his offer to help. He had decided that Bhaska was actually pretty decent, and actually somewhat nice underneath his harsh exterior.Naga of Shriryah Chapter 107 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
All nagas could be dangerous, all nagas, at least the ones in Shriryah that he knew of, ate humans. There was no reason to believe Bhaksa was any worse or better than any other naga, no reason to fear or dislike him anymore than any other naga. Well there was the fact he was reckless, unpredictable, but the soft side Bhaska had showed had but Lindayo somewhat at ease.
Lindayo thought that Bhaska was probably a very caring sort really, but he tried to cover it by acting so mean. It was clear he had been hurt before, or
The Naga of Shriryah chapter 3As he entered the kitchen Lindayo heard the sound of sobbing. Curiously he followed the sounds to a large cupboard in one side of the kitchen. It was not his place to investigate in the affairs or the things in the household, but as he stopped outside the cupboard door he couldnt keep himself from opening it. Inside, his hands were shacked to chains going to the wall, was a human boy.The Naga of Shriryah chapter 37 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
The boy looked up at the sound of the door opening, eyes wide with fright. Although the fear melted away when he saw that it was a human in the doorway, his expression changing to one of curiosity. He reached up; wiping the tears from his eyes, then spoke. Youre a Shauhy arent you?
How do you know? he asked, his markings were hidden beneath his silken shirt.
Just because Im a Hyshi doesnt mean Im stupid. Said the boy, youre dressed very nicely and free to wander around, and the way you look, beautiful.
A Hyshi, of co
The Naga of Shriryah Chapter 6So the weeks passed, and with the band of slavers Lindayo traveled the desert. He kept up the rouse of not understanding their language or intentions. For their part they treated him fairly well, it was easier that way for they did not have to bind him or constantly fear for escape attempts, or worry about scaring him with they had to get rough with him, he wouldnt fetch as good a price then. Lindayo was fortunate they bought his ruse, and it suited there purposes to keep their charge ignorant of their malice, other wise he might have been misused in horrible ways.The Naga of Shriryah Chapter 67 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Lindayo had food, water and clothing of course hemp fabric given to him, the only thing he really wanted for was conversation, or something to ease his boredom. He could not talk to them pretending to be ignorant of their language, and a fool in general, so he was left alone for the most part. He kept his eyes pealed for any chance to slip off without being noticed, but the opportunity did not present itsel
Cold Cold Cold VoreSora stumbled, then fell. Unable to will himself back to his feet or even his knees, he lay face down in the dirt, dirt that was rapidly cooling as the sun continued to set, sending offensive bands of red across the sky. Sora hated red.Cold Cold Cold Vore4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
"Leave me alone," Sora mumbled. "Just go away. You'll be ok. Just go." He wanted nothing more than to sleep. Unfortunately, his friend did not offer him that opportunity, and before he could so much as close his eyes, a thick silver tail was hauling him upright, but not before delivering a clean smack across the face.
"Don't be an idiot," Riku said sharply. He was a naga, half snake and half human, and it was only his snake half that had gotten them this far in a desert.
In any case, Sora did not respond to either the slap or the insult, and continued to walk doggedly west towards the sunset. The very thing he feared most.
Sora, in-every-way average human peasant, had done an incredibly stupid thing. At least, he thought he had, thou
Naga of Shriryah Chapter 8A smile spread across the nagas face, laughing once more he said, Ah, this is even more fun than I expected, bold, very bold. He certainly seemed pleased with this game, which was good as far as Lindayo was concerned, whatever kept the other entertained.Naga of Shriryah Chapter 87 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Still Lindayo didnt enjoy this game, or relish the thought of constantly having pander to the immature, and dangerous naga, this is childish you know, do we have to do this? Cant you just return me to my master, and ask of me what you wish in the mean time. Why do I have to remain in fear for my life, why do you have to test me like this?
Because its fun, and I like how forward your being, bold, but be careful, stupid questions can get boring. Isnt it obvious why were doing this? It keeps things interesting, its fun.
Not for me! he cut in, it seemed the Bhaska didnt mind that he was speaking freely, he even seemed to encourage it, so Lindayo did m
Choking HazardEscape. He was getting out of that place and nothing could stop him.Choking Hazard5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
I'm DONE WITH THIS!
It wasn't that living in a pet shop was so bad, free food, wheel to run in, but no matter how long you ran in that wheel you didn't get anywhere. There had to be more to life than sitting in cage all day waiting for someone to buy him. Roxas was a fairly cute hamster boy, boyish face that held the deepest blue eyes, cute little ears sticking out of blond spikes. His ears being the only feature that marked him as a hamster at all, other wise he looked like any ordinary fifteen year old.
If Roxas had cared about such things, he might have wondered why no one had bought him, but he didn't care. He didn't need to be anybody's pet. So, when a chance of escape came, he took it. He used his exercise wheel to get to the top of the cage, and from there figured a way to slip out the top. From there it was a quick run to the door, and freedom.
Not that he had any idea where he'd go from there. He'd never actu
Naga of Shriryah Chapter 7The sun had not yet set, but the light was less glaringly bright now that it was sinking towards the horizon. Now the world had a more gentle pink hue for night was coming. Lindayo was happy, for they had stopped after a very long day of walking. Soon it would be his favorite time, the twilight just after dark, for then it would be cool, but still bright enough to see.Naga of Shriryah Chapter 77 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
The desert was too hot and bright by day, and the gentle glow of twilight was easier on his eyes and skin. Although he did like the way Bhaskas scales looked in the sunlight, at night his scales seemed almost black, but by day they sparkled like deep pure sapphires. Of course there were features of the naga that looked better by night, like the way the nagas amber brown eyes looked particularly amber in the glow of the fire. The human couldnt help but be taken by these features, or keep himself from looking the naga over with an appreciative eye, as he was at the moment as he absent mindedly took out th
Moonlight Naga Chapter 2If only the world wouldn't get in the wayMoonlight Naga Chapter 25 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
If only people would just let you play
Sora listened and left, hurrying back the way he came through the woods. However, in his haste he was far from quiet.
The Naga of Shriryah Chapter 2He placed second thanks to intentionally tripping towards the end of his performance, though it wasnt too bad of a trip, he managed to partially recover. It was enough to loose his first place ranking. Thus the honor of being a gift to the Prince was given to a Shauhy slave named Inphineha, and Lindayo was priced highest of all the pleasure slaves sold. So he came a step closer to his dream of escape, though he did not yet have escape on his mind as a serious possibility.The Naga of Shriryah Chapter 27 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
The naga family who bought was both noble and wealthy. They him lived on a large estate in the country that backed right up against the desert wilderness. Lindayo was informed that they had four children, an older daughter already married and gone, a pair of twins that were almost two years old, and a son who was approaching eighteen, the same age as Lindayo. This son, Anujisha by name, was to be his master and he had been purchased as a coming of age gift for him. However their son was away visiting relatives i
After A Stormy NightAll forest inhabitants had sought shelter for the terrible storm that had been coming. Axel, a fiery colored naga with flaming red hair that looked like it could defy gravity, stayed at home during the storm. After the storm had settled down, he decided to go for a walk to see how much damage the storm had caused.After A Stormy Night5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Slithering through the forest, making his way towards his favorite spot, he took in the damage. Some trees had been struck, but other than that nothing bad seemed to have happened.
Arriving at the river; his favorite spot, his eyes widened when he spotted something yellow at the bank of the river.
"A chocobo?" he muttered disbelievingly. Deciding to take a closer look, he slithered closer until he saw that it was a boy. And not just any boy, a neko.
His stomach growled, reminding him of the fact that he hadn't eaten much at all lately and to have such a tasty little treat within coil reach It would be a shame to let that go to waste.
But was it even alive? It didn't app
Moonlight Naga Chapter 5Sora stood on the road, staring down the dusky trail long after the chocobo drawn wagon had disappeared, taking Cloud with it. He couldnt help feeling like hed been abandoned, even if Cloud had explained it was for his own good. There was a chance the naga would come after him, so it was better he was someplace they wouldnt look for him. In the meantime, the village would be on high alert for possible attack.Moonlight Naga Chapter 55 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The boy understood the why it was good idea, but he couldnt help feeling like this was punishment. If he hadnt been so stupid, hadnt trusted Riku, and gone out there for all these years, then none of this would have happened. Cloud wouldnt have nearly gotten killed trying to save him, and he wouldnt have had to go away.
So he was sent here, to Zama, a town in the foothills of Mt Zama. Hed said his goodbyes to everyone, to Aerith and to Cloud had come to drop him off, and hed clung to them as long as possible. He was sixte
Kingdom Hearts Naga VoreSora was not entirely sure how he'd ended up inside the belly of a giant man-snake. He certainly hadn't woken up that day planning to be naga chow. No, the day had started out fairly normally- he got up, cleaned himself up, got dressed, ate breakfast, avoided his mother and thus chores, and went to see Kairi.Kingdom Hearts Naga Vore5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Kairi was Sora's very best friend, and thinking about how he'd never see her again made his heart hurt, even with what had happened. When he'd gotten to the mayor's house- Kairi was the mayor's daughter- she'd just finished baking a pie. She had one piece, and he had seven. When he was done stuffing himself with delicious, gooey pie, he'd let out a loud burp. Kairi hadn't liked that at all.
"Ew. You're so gross." She wrinkled her nose at him.
"What? It's a compliment," he grinned boyishly, rubbing his over-full stomach. "Thanks, Kairi."
"Whatever," she'd muttered, and she kicked him out of the house. She did that a lot, so Sora hadn't really thought anything of it. He set off back
Vore Trade for KHvorefanOne fine sunny afternoon, Demyx was swimming through the ocean, minding his own business, when he sensed a disturbance in the, well, ocean. The ripples he was feeling could be caused by basically anything- a flailing prey-fish, a large something-or-other swimming by, or, Demyx's personal favorite, a hapless human falling into the water. On the off chance that it was the final, personal-favorite option, Demyx flicked his long mer-tail and went swimming up to the surface to check.Vore Trade for KHvorefan5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
What he found excited him quite a bit.
The human- yes, it was a human- hadn't fallen into the water, he was just struggling with his rowboat. The paddles were splashing up and down in the water, and they weren't even that far from shore. Demyx could quite easily, were the mood to strike him, tip the rowboat over, grab the human, and swallow him whole.
Seeing as how it was lunch time, the mood was striking him quite strongly. He swam right over to the side of the rowboat, grabbed a paddle to unbalance him, and t
Moonlight Naga Chapter 4Sephiroth was able to slither, but leaned heavily on Riku for support. He was losing blood, and nearly dead on his coils from pain and exhaustion. The trek was mostly uphill, and the going was slow, but Riku urged Sephiroth on.Moonlight Naga Chapter 45 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Come on, he panted heavily almost there. Riku was much smaller than his mentor, but he managed to support his weight.
Sephiroth made no response, but for his part acted as though he needed no encouragement, and continued onward. Both knew time was of the essence, and that they must reach the village as soon as they could.
The suns light had just begun to paint the world in twilight when they reached the outskirts of the village. The first building to come into sight was the stables. All of the livestock for the village were kept in that barn. There were cows for milking, and chocobo for eggs, and to pull the plows over the crop fields. The nagas were in fact a community of hunters and farmers, working together for everyones li
The Darker Side of TwilightThe Darker Side of Twilight:The Darker Side of Twilight6 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
Racism, Classism, and the Romanticism of Unhealthy Relationships
Stephanies Meyers teen romance series, known as the Twilight saga, is a pop culture phenomenon. All around the world girls are falling in love with Edward Cullen, and the story of his undying love for Bella Swan. However, behind the sugary sweet love story of Twilight, there is a book series which reproduces racist, classist, and sexist paradigms spreading them to its legions of young fans around the world.
Romance novels impact the expectations and behaviors of those who consume them. They present constructs of the ideal man, the ideal relationship, and the behaviors expected of women to get these relationships. In a study focused on female college students, researcher Huei-Hsia Wu found that Most romance novels promote deeply constraining patriarchal values. Thus reading romance novels plays a role in shaping the meaning of the self, sexual identity and the attitudes and behavior
The Naga of Shriryah Chapter 4Lindayo knew that time had passed since he had first come to be the servitude of the naga with whom he now lived, almost a month, but still he had not expected his master to arrive so soon. Neither had the nagas own family it seemed. For when he awoke and went to the nursery as he always did, he found his mistress holding her sons and looking quite flustered but pleased.The Naga of Shriryah Chapter 47 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Lindayo, good news, you will not be caring for the twins anymore, weve procured a less worthy Shauhy for that task, she explained, My son, your master has arrived early, and quite unexpectedly.
Uh, when? he asked now stuttering out the words in shock and sharing that flustered excitement as thoughts such as I wasnt prepared, when was the last time I practiced any of my skills, well I keep in practice but, oh Im not dressed well enough to be presented to my master, raced through his mind.
Late last night, very late, Anujisha decided to travel through the