Tsk, armature. Never sample the merchandise. Besides, they're not worth half as much once the freshness seal is broken. As for the picture, well made. It's interesting how the slaver technically has a face, but because of shadows and all he basically comes off as a faceless brute. I think it shows her position in things, and helps us to not shed any tears when they crash later.
Posted by Drogoth (guest) on Tue 28 Apr 2009 06:10:16 PM EDT
Nice:D She's aware something's going on behind, but not really sure what to expect. Though soon she is going to relax..
Posted by ForgotMyNick (guest) on Wed 06 May 2009 11:03:25 AM EDT
Pirates and privateers
Pirates & slavers need not be low life. In the past, privateers were commissioned by the king to commit acts of piracy on ships of the king's enemies, & presumably to attack conventional pirates who would attack any ship. Privateers saw themselves as upright & respectable.
Posted by Apprentice Elf (guest) on Thu 07 May 2009 06:03:16 AM EDT
"when the freshness seal is broken" LOL:D Well said;]
Posted by Guest on Fri 22 May 2009 07:16:09 AM EDT
Freshness Seal, 2
One girl out of a shipment can be kept for the crew, & if she gives forced oral, her freshness seal stays intact. Pirates need not be low life, in which case a lustful girl might blossom under the enthusiastic attentions of the crew.
Posted by Apprentice Elf (guest) on Mon 25 May 2009 03:13:40 AM EDT