Azshara Wants a Doctor ch2The Doctor doubted he had been in a room this size since leaving Gallifrey. It truly was magnificent. At the far end of the palace lounge, a group of scantily-clad night elves were performing a frenzied dance routine. Their gyrations were a wonder to behold.Azshara Wants a Doctor ch23 years ago in Sci-Fi
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The Doctor reclined on a couch. Azshara sat with him, with one leg positioned over his leg rather seductively. She planted a kiss on him every time there was a lull in the conversation. It had been a long time since anybody had been so enamoured of the Doctor.
"Tell me, Doctor, is your world as beautiful as this one?" asked the night elf queen.
"Certainly, my dear. The sky is a burnt orange and the leaves on the trees are silver. The Capitol, the great city, is a wonder of glass and marble, with many picturesque spires and domes," he replied.
The Doctor was certainly enjoying Azshara's attentions. Her blue skin and long pointed ears were a little odd and her naked feet were surprisingly big, but she was was undeniably beautiful. Sh
The Paladin's SecretThe tall plate-clad Draenei strode stiffly through the streets of Stormwind, looking neither right nor left, and if she noticed the crowds of people that barely had time to dodge out of her way lest she bowl them over, she gave no indication of it. From horn to hoof, her pale silvery armor gleamed almost with a light of its own and she wore it proudly, not a speck of dust marring its surface. Men giving her a passing glance found her lovely, but upon closer inspection, the hard set to her mouth and fierce, challenging stare encouraged them to hurriedly find business elsewhere and quickly.The Paladin's Secret2 years ago in Sci-Fi
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The paladin seemed lost in her thoughts, even less aware of the little people around her then she usually was. She very nearly trod on the paw of a worgen and as he started to snarl at her to watch where she was going, her silvery eyes shot toward him and he hastily choked off his words and slunk off in the opposite direction.
“No manners,” she muttered in thickly accented Common. Even