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  • FallenHope95

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    Bar's eyes
    Bar tail
    Bar tendrils
    Bar hair style usually, aka Mr.Braids hottie
    Airen's eyes
    Airen's scales (located on cheek bones,shoulders, elbows, back of knees, dick tip, and spashes on pec's )
    Airen's people's mark, black in daylight, glows at night.
    May 12th, 2020 at 08:30pm
  • FallenHope95

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    Laying on the edge of a crumpled building that had fallen many years before she was born, stretched out. Feet dangling off of the edge, arms crossed lazily over her stomach. Lia's eyes were gazing up at the sky. It was growing dark with dusk turning tonight. Stars starting to sprinkle across the sky, shining and dancing, twinkling in the moon's light. The lake that was about a third of a mile from her position reflected the natural light from the sky, at least that's what Lia assumed. It's how it usually worked in the Amoretti Sanctuary. Her home, the few places where humans like her were supposedly protected. Allowed to be free, but. That's not how Lia sees it. She sees it more as a prison. A place to keep the pureblood from mixing with the mixed and the Zaxon's who took over Earth many years ago.

    Slow blinks. Lia could feel herself falling asleep on her little stone bed. Then, she noticed something. It was extremely slight and it could have been her imagination, but. Lia could have sworn she saw the stars flicker for the briefest of moments. It was only a millisecond that something shifted, but if she hadn't opened her eyes at that precise moment she was certain she would have missed it. She also had half the mind to ignore the weird sight had she not felt a change in the cool breeze turn warn warm before turning cold again.

    A small frown slowly appeared upon Lia's lips. Her eyes narrowing ever so slightly as she tried to figure out what the hell she had just seen, or rather, not seen. Then, it seemed to hit her like a falling building. A ship. A ship was flying over the sanctuary. It was illegal to fly so close to the Amoretti Sanctuary though because it could damage the buildings that the humans used as cover. Everyone knew that the Zaxon's used drops to give the humans provisions once a month, and they did that in the day so as not to spook them. So, who would dare to come at such a late hour to a restricted area? Smugglers, Traders, Pirates. The realization caused Lia's green eyes to widen and she bolted upright on her spot. Dangerous aliens were sneaking into Amoretti and she was laying in the open. Stupid, stupid, how stupid could Lia be? They must have seen her, surely they had spotted her because they were flying so low with their stealth shields up. Right? Fuck.

    Not wanting to stay and wait to see if she was right or not in her assumptions, Lia sat up and turned to her side as she jumped off of the fallen chunk of the building. The tallest part of it coming up a little past her hip. Meaning the thing was kinda high for her five-foot height, but for normal height, humans were kinda low. Landing on her worn-out shoes, Lia didn't bother trying to gather her footing before she stumbled forward before breaking out into a run. Hide, she needed to hide. She needed to outsmart these aliens, she needed to get to safety, she needed to warn the others. If there were others in the area she was in.

    ----

    It was silent in the cockpit of the ship as it soared through the galaxy. The only sound that sounded now and again was the beeps of updates on their location and the soft mumbles of the pilot's talking about making adjustments to their course. They were heading towards Earth. A place where one of the rarest of creatures were said to still roam as purebloods. Where the wildest of their kind lurked. Sure, Bar'dan could have a cage bred human who was well behaved, but where was the fun of that? Especially when he'd have to pay for them? Paying for his wife? That sounded bar fucking baric to him. Why would he pay someone for something when he could go out and catch his own? Train her to be how he wanted her. To put in the effort to find the perfect wife himself?

    "Prince Bar'dan, sir?" The voice of the Prince's right hand spoke at his side. Turning his swirling gaze to the man, Bar'dan nodded his head for him to go on. His lips pursed into a thin line as he wasn't happy to be pulled from his thoughts, but wasn't going to get outright angry. After all, the last thing he needed was to rip a hole in his brand new ship. "We're to arrive on Earth in ten minutes. Shall we prepare the hunting party?" His right hand asked, the fool acting like this was a hunting trip for a new wall mount for the Prince's Palace or something. Snorting, the Prince sat up in his Captain's chair and rested his chin in his hand as his elbow rested on the leather armrest. "That won't be necessary. Only you and I will be going. The others can wait on board. The Zaxon's won't dare to attack us, we're too strong for them. They know they won't even stand a chance in a war against us." Bar'dan said to his right hand, Zal, and then looked ahead once more as the pretty blue and green planet came into view.

    Entering the atmosphere and finding the human sanctuary that he was told about was as easy as rolling out of bed. Nothing was getting in their way. They didn't even need to be given clearance by the Zaxon people, their governing leader just messaged the royal ship and wished Bar'dan well on his visit to Earth. Not even caring to ask why the Conquer of planets had an interest in visiting the weak little planet or why he was visiting where they kept their wild humans. Of course, it was none of their business anyways. Bar'dan did what he wanted because he could, he was to be the king of the Sedeth people soon after all.
    May 12th, 2020 at 09:00pm
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    Effie had been born here, nineteen years ago as a part of the human breeding program her sanctuary was partially known for. She never knew her biological parents and as far as she was concerned, she really didn't have any. None of that was really kept track of, because the sanctuaries main goal was just to see a rise in the human population. Effie's race was dwindling, teetering on the edge of extinction. The young girl laid against the ground, in a small little garden on the edge of the Patriarch Sanctuary, right up against the border where the large, electrical fence reminded her that she'd never be free.

    That's what she was supposed to be inside of this sanctuary. Free, able to live without fear. That's what they always reminded her. Inside the fence, she was safe. The moment she stepped foot out of the sanctuary, she was likely to be torn apart. But how could she feel free and safe when a fence that kept her locked inside, would shock her to death if she barely brushed against it? Effie felt like she was living like livestock. Turning her attention back to the stars, a gentle breeze washed over her, bringing with it the scent of all the flowers across the field. Nice, fresh scent. The stars twinkled and sparkled and a few seemed to shoot across the entirety of the sky before burning out. It was a lovely view. But the scene reminded her of just what was beyond her reach. Worlds, galaxies that she'd never see. Hell, she'd never even explore her own planet.

    It was cold and dark, the trees around her in the garden shading her even more from the moons illuminating light. Effie liked to come out to the perimeter of the sanctuary. It was the closest she could get to leaving, or being as far away from others as possible. And through the fence, she could see the lush wasteland that surrounded her home. It was like a jungle and often she could hear terrifying noises coming from within. But they never scared her, because she knew on this side of the fence, she was safe. Shifting against the ground, Effie raised her arms and folded them behind her head. She was dressed in nothing but a white tunic dress, with billowing sleeves, something that was loose and comfortable, but now she'd wished she'd worn something just a bit more comfortable. More suitable for a little nap. Her eyelids felt heavy as she continued to gaze up at the stars.

    Patriarch's Sanctuary wasn't strange to visitors. Different species of aliens came all the time to tour the grounds and sometimes a human would go missing here or there, if an alien could name the right price. So the sound of aircrafts and spacecrafts whizzing around overhead didn't really shock Effie. It didn't put her at alarm, wondering if she was safe where she was. The sanctuary was all she'd ever known and if she had to guess, she assumed she'd die here, too.
    Airen's men had been scoping out the Amoretti Sanctuary for a few weeks now. It was one of the few human sanctuaries still in business on earth and if his reports were correct, housed around four hundred humans on its expansive land. A single human on the black market could go for millions of credits and that just seemed like the easiest way to make himself rich. Airen had a sizeable spaceship, with a few loyal men who would follow him to the edge of the galaxy if he so requested them to. He had plenty of room to stow away multiples of the human species, but that was too risky.

    Humans were the most sought after thing in the galaxy, and having more than just one on his ship was certainly spell doom for his crew. One enough would be putting a target on his back until he could get back into the Lyra galaxy, to the GX-23 quadrant, where he could pass her off to a buyer for the black market. And if everything went smoothly, maybe he'd make the run a couple times. A few stolen humans, and he'd be the richest pirate that he knew. Suddenly, earth came into view. A beautiful blue and green orb, not the most eye-catching planet he'd seen, but it was different. And housed an oh so expensive species that was going to make him richer than in his wildest imaginations.

    "Hang on tight," Airen smirked as he pushed down on a shifter that would send them straight through Earth's orbit. He always made easy, smooth landings and this one was no exception. Hiding amongst the dunes on the outside of the sanctuary, Airen hoisted himself up from his captains chair and checked all of his weaponry. A few pistols on his hip, a blaster on his thigh, a few knives hidden in easy to access places. Airen took only a couple of men with him on the trip to the sanctuary. Only enough to cover his back as he made his way inside. It would be much safer if it was just a one man operation.

    Exploring the crumbled waste that the humans called home, Airen made sure to check every nook and cranny. He expected the humans to hide from him, if any of them knew he was stalking them. It was a classic predator prey r scenario. He was on the hunt. Airen didn't have a preference if he grabbed a male or a female, all he cared about was the amount of bank he was going to make once he managed to make his escape out of this place. Airen's head shot to the right when he heard footsteps, someone light running away from him.

    Perfect.

    Holding one of his knives in his hands, Airen took off in a sprint in the same direction behind Lia. He could see her little silhouette, trying to out move him, but it wouldn't work. Light on his feet and faster than a cheetah, Airen pounced, tackling the girl to the dusty ground. "Caught you," he smirked, his body pressing her into the ground. His snakelike eyes examined her, admiring the pretty green orbs she had for eyes. "So this is a human up close..." He smirked, his words coming out in small hisses. She was slender but curvy, though seemed so fragile...
    May 12th, 2020 at 10:37pm
  • FallenHope95

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    Deep breaths, Lia breathed in deeply then slowly exhaled as she leaped over fallen stones and tree branches. Her light feet making easy work as she moved over the uneven ground. The fallen chunk of building rubble, the holes in the ground from old balistic's, this place was her home. Her playground. The aliens that visited to supposedly study her kind felt this place was a disaster and that the humans needed to be relocated to a better-kept sanctuary, but they could never catch the humans when they tried to transport. Nor did any of them want to, at least, of the ones that Lia has met anyway.

    Taking a turn to her right, Lia moved to run around a particularly old and crumbling building when she felt something heavy hitting her from behind. A small 'oof' escaped from her as the air was knocked out from her lungs. Her eyes closed as she felt her body being pushed to the ground with an extremely heavy weight above her. A small groan escaped from Lia as she felt her arms scrape against the ground, followed by her chin bouncing on the rubble. Leaving small scratches and bruises in their wake. She's never been handled so roughly. Then again, she's never come across someone who she suspected to be dangerous before either.

    Slowly, opening her eyes, Lia glanced over her shoulder at the male that was holding her to the ground. Her eyes narrowed as she tried to make out his characteristics, but the darkness was making it hard for her to make out much. Except, those eyes that reminded her of a reptiles. "L-let me go," Lia mumbled quietly as she tried to struggle under his heavyweight, but stopped after a moment since it was pointless. Her hands clenched into fists as she looked away from the snake-eyed male. He was huge, probably close to seven feet tall, or possibly taller, and bigger. "I-I'll scream." Lia threatened quietly, hoping that there was a patrol around that was out guarding the humans in the area.

    Then, when her little threat didn't work, Lia did what she thought at the time would be a good idea. When she had clenched her hands into fists, she had grabbed onto some loose dirt and rocks. Acting fast, Lia tossed the loose dirt and rocks over her shoulder at the heavy alien that was on her back. Hoping to get some of the debris into his eyes and cause a distraction while she wiggled free and attempted to escape from him. This male was dangerous, Lia could sense it washing off of him. She needed to escape, she needed to find help from somewhere.

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    As the ship landed on the ground of Earth, Bar'dan stood from his chair and adjusted the collar of his captain's jacket. The insignia of his people sparkling slightly in the light of the room. His dark multi-colored eyes glanced towards Zal and gave the man a small not before turning quickly and heading towards the sliding doors that separated the deck from the rest of the ship. "What's the population of this sanctuary?" Bar'dan asked as he walked down the hall with Zal a couple of steps behind him. Keeping a respectful distance from the Prince. "Approximately four hundred sir. Give or take, the numbers fluctuate yearly." Zal explained to Bar'dan. "Why? Isn't it easy to take care of humans? They just need food and water daily." Zal cleared his throat at his Prince's question. "Yes, but the human race is fragile. Even if the Zaxon's provide them with that, humans can be territorial and disease can run rampant sometimes."

    Hmm, humans were such fragile creatures. Needing food and water daily, and a warm place to sleep. That seemed like it'd be enough to keep them alive and well. Then again, as Zal said, disease and territorial fights can be a problem. Thankfully, back on his home planet, his new mate will be the only human as well as have the best access to doctors that credits can buy. She'll want for nothing, she will be spoiled beyond belief and all of the men of his planet will be jealous that he's come to possess such a rare creature as his mate. "Make sure that a doctor is present when we come back onto the ship. I want to make sure my human is healthy before we take off. I don't want to find out halfway back that she's dying from some lowly human disease." Bar'dan stopped on the teleportation circle and watched as Zal did the same on another portal. "Noted." The man said as he typed something onto his telecom that was strapped to his right wrist.

    Beaming onto the ground inside of the sanctuary, Bar'dan's eyes gazed around the area. It was getting pretty dark here. A time when surely these humans are more relaxed. Like most animals, darkness possessed a sort of comfort to them, at least. That's what the books said that Bar'dan read about them. They don't do well with fast-moving creatures either, so he and Zal would need to move slowly as not to spook them. Nor shall they raise their voices. Human ears are said to be quite sensitive, as they are quite small as well and made of mere flesh that had hardened into a shell shape of the sort.

    Slowly, the Prince and his right hand started to walk through the sanctuary. Their footsteps slow and light as they moved through the area. Lifting his nose, Zal froze and then motioned with his head for Bar'dan to turn towards his right. The Prince nodded, trusting his right-hand trackability. His nose never failed the Prince when tracking an interesting prey animal before so why should this time be any different? Soon, they came to an open field and right in front of them. Laid a human female. Perfect. Slowly, raising his right hand, Bar'dan motioned for Zal to move to the right of the human while he went tot he left of her, cutting off any sort of escape route if she so decided to make a run for it. Then, they both moved in for the capture. Reaching into his pocket, the Prince pulled out a small device that would turn into binding. He raised it, clicked a small black button on the small device, and then threw it at the human. Aiming for her legs. Bar'dan and Zal watched as the device stretched out into two long ropes and threw towards the human female, hopefully hitting its target and capturing her without causing harm.
    May 13th, 2020 at 12:48am
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    Stretching out on the rocky terrain, Effie arched her back and shifted around to try and get comfortable. Her arms folded behind her head as a pillow, she closed her eyes, the last thing she saw being the brilliant twinkling stars. The young human girl didn't even hear the prince and his tracker sneaking up on her. She had never had the best hearing to begin with and it wasn't like they wanted to be heard. Not to mention, Effie wasn't on alert, believing she was safe enough that she was even humming to herself. A small, gentle melody to lull herself into a peaceful rest.

    Her eyes only shot open when she heard something flying through the air, towards her. In the air, she saw two large ropes that once collapsed on top of her, bound her legs together and her hands at her waist. The ropes felt like they weighed tons, making it almost impossible for Effie to just wiggle and squirm underneath them on the ground. She barely even looked around before immediately going into a panicking. Her eyes were trained down at the ropes restraining her, tears burning her eyes as she flailed around on the ground, doing her best to free herself. She barely paid any mind to the set of footsteps making their way towards her, until they were right on her.

    Her eyes slowly raised, instantly drawn to the prince. He was tall, towering over the little guy who joined him. His skin had a slight reddish-brown hue to it, though violet in other areas and his even from the ground, she could see how his eyes seemed to capture the swirl of the galaxy itself. By his clothes alone and all the jewelry that adorned him, she could tell he wasn't a plain smuggler. No, no, this man was somebody. "W-what's happening?" Effie cried out, her heart beating so fast, she was afraid it might spring forward from her chest at any moment. She wasn't even sure if this man could understand her. "L-Let me go! You can't do this!"
    Airen groaned in pain, his hands shooting to his eyes to rub them free of the rocks and debris Lia had tossed at him. Quickly, he forced one of his palms down into the center of her back, keeping her pressed firmly against the ground. "god damnit, you little bitch," he groaned, squeezing his eyes closed tightly before blinking them rapidly. Hot tears burned the corners of his eyes and his pupils felt like they'd been cut to shreds. As soon as he'd started playing, he was all ready to finish. With his eyes still searing in pain, Airen took two cuffs off of his belt. They were magnetic bracers that would keep her wrists secured tightly together for as long as he needed, and if she intended on throwing more cheapshots like that, she might be wearing them for the entirety of her time on his ship.

    Locking her wrists into place behind her back, Airen got to his feet and grabbed the human girl by the elbow. Jerking her up onto her knees and then dragging her up to her feet, he glared at her before shoving her in the direction of his ship. "I expected humans to fight back a little, but that was just pathetic," he complained, grumbling under his breath, wanting to let her know just how agitated he was now. Airen had expected humans to be docile, pleasant creatures from what he had heard about them. They had learned rather quickly that they weren't top dogs in the universe and after edging close to extinction, most of them found their way into sanctuaries or slavery.

    The pirate kept a tight hold on the girls elbow, not wanting to even make her think she had a chance of escaping him. He tried to look her over, but other than seeing a tight ass and a brilliant rack, the girl just looked like walking dollar signs to him. The second he delivered her to her new captors, he'd be sitting pretty on a pile of credits. He couldn't wait. The girl could cry, scream and fight all she wanted, but nothing would change Airen's mind. As far as he was concerned, humans may be rare and elusive creatures, worth every single credit someone was willing to pay, but to him... They were bottom of the barrel, only sought after because of their looks. They were pathetic creatures that required far too much upkeep... What was their purpose? Looking back over at Lia, his eyes trailed down to her breasts, watching the way they bounced as she walked and for a second, he was mesmerized. He wondered if he had his answer.

    He led her back to his ship, just outside the fence of her precious little sanctuary. They were beamed back inside, and only then did the pirate feel it was safe to let go of her arm. There was no where she could run to in here, no where to escape. "Welcome to your temporary home, lovely." Airen smirked, holding his hands out by his sides as he pointed out the place. He turned on his heel, his brown leather cape swirling around him as he headed back into the cockpit. They didn't need to linger here, the longer they say the more likely they'd be spotted.

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    May 13th, 2020 at 09:00am
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    A small sense of pride filled Lia as she heard the alien behind her hiss in pain. She had done something to him, she had actually sorta hurt him. Maybe that was proof enough to him that he shouldn't mess with her? That it was proof enough that humans weren't some weak species that could easily be taken advantage of. Then, it was like her thoughts were thrown into the trash as she felt the man's large hand press onto her back and hold her in place as he held her wrists together by some sort of cold metal thing. Lia didn't know what it was, but the feel of it holding her wrists together freaked her out and she could feel her heart rate picking up.

    "L-let me go. I-I didn't do anything." Lia mumbled quietly, her body shaking slightly as she started to feel a deep fear wash over her. She had no idea what was going on. She's never been this close to aliens before. She was warned by her mother to stay away from creatures that didn't live in the sanctuary and this man certainly didn't live with them. He had strange weapons and his eyes reminded her of the reptiles that she always feared to stumble upon when she went to drink or bathe. He was terrifying, and his strength was not human either.

    When silence was her answer, Lia couldn't help but whimper slightly. Her bright green eyes clenching shut as the man forced her to her feet and started to lead her to who knows where. Each time, she tried to pull from his grasp, he easily pulls her back forward towards where he was taking her. Then, a gasp escaped from Lia as for the briefest of moments everything went white, and then they were in some sort of lit upbuilding. A look of awe appeared on Lia's face as she took in the hallway. Light's, this place had lights, that worked. The men that were with the guy who captured her just gave Lia an odd look before following after who she guessed was their leader. It took Lia a moment more before she begrudgingly followed after the reptile eyed male. "Where are you taking me?" She asked in a soft voice as she passed through the door to the cockpit and then jumped and spun around as the door closed automatically and pressurized shut. Releasing a hiss in its wake. Then, as the ship slightly shook as it's engines turned on, Lia lost her balance and fell onto her butt. Her eyes widening as she looked around in hear. The lights in this room were all smaller and in different colors and shapes. An from what she could see, the other range of aliens were pressing them to do something.

    "What's going on?" Lia asked quietly, her words barely heard by her ears.

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    Watching as the ropes flew through the air and captured its target a small nod came from the Prince. He was please that he still had his aim. It's been a hot minute since he's gotten any practice in. After passing his father, the king, Bar'dan was quite busy with getting things settled and ready for him to take over the throne. Now, it seemed like the pieces were all falling into place. He had found himself a human female. He didn't care about her looks as long as she was female and young enough to bear him an heir or two. Otherwise, he didn't care about her appearance.

    Nodding his head to Zal, the Prince and his right hand approached the human slowly to not spook her anymore. Although that seemed pointless as she was already screaming and seemed to be going into a frenzy. Bar'dan arched an eyebrow as he leaned over the young female. His nose wrinkling a little bit as he took a moment to try and decipher what the hell she was saying. The human language was so simple to learn, and yet when she cried and spoke fast it took him a moment to process. "I can, and I will. I am to be King human and you are mine." Bar'dan said simply, his words coming out gruff as he tried to emulate the human words. His throat felt scratchy as he spoke her native tongue. The words tasting off on his tongue as it's simple movements threw him off. On his planet, they usually used extravagant grunts, gestures, and a more complicated form of speaking. It was common for their young to not be fully able to speak until the age of five.

    Reaching out, Bar'dan scooped the human girl up into his arms and turned to Zal. "We're heading back." Bar'dan said and then started to walk back towards the ship. "You don't want to see if there are other variations around, sir?" Zal asked, eyeing the girl in his Prince's arms for a moment before looking up into the swirling eyes of his leader. A snort escaped from the Prince. "No, and the sooner we get home. The quicker I will be able to ascend to the throne." Bar'dan said as he carried his terrified mate back to the ship. They had only been gone a few hours, so his men were more than a little surprised that they had come back so soon.

    Holding the human to his chest tightly, Bar'dan's men beamed them onto the ship when they were in range. "Tell the men to get the ship ready. I want to be in space as soon as possible." Bar'dan said as he turned and headed towards his rooms on the shit. His multicolored eyes looked down at the terrified human. "Safe, human. Safe." Bar'dan mumbled to her, trying to sound comforting to her as he passed through the doors to his chambers and took her to a room to the right that held a cage with a comfortable mattress that was piled high with warm fur's for her. Bar'dan set her down on the fur's and then closed the gate as he stood up. His eyes taking in the sight of the girl. Not quite sure what to do with her.
    May 13th, 2020 at 04:14pm
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    Effie tried to wiggle away as the strange alien leaned down closer to her. His eyes swirled with stars and nebulas, and for a second as he watched her lips, she felt hypnotized. How could his eyes look like that? It wasn't until he spoke that she started squirming under the heavy ropes again, flinching from the gruff way he spoke. "Wh-what?" Effie whimpered when he seemed to claim her. Her whole body tensed, every muscle seemed to stiffen when he reached out and scooped her up like she was nothing. "N-No! Stop! Where are you taking me?!" Her pleads and screaming seemed to fall on deaf ears, his grip on her tightening as the man began to carry her through the field.

    At some point, all Effie so was a flash of white and her whole body felt tingly. Just for a couple of seconds though and then, they weren't in the sanctuary anymore. Looking around the little hall they were in, Effie watched the strangers minion agree and hurry off down the opposite way, the man's heels clicking on the floor and echoing. Effie flinched when the prince started towards his room, her whole body trembling. She was still trying to get over the fact that they were teleported somewhere, let alone wherever they were had electricity. What in the fuck was going on!? Effie's eyes flashed up to the prince when he spoke, assuring her that she was safe. Her eyes fell on his lips, but only for a second before they fell to the tendrils that poked out from his hair, around his neck. They mostly matched his skin tone, save for some shimmery scaling on them that matched...his...tail... Effie felt her heart start beating faster as she eyed the man's tail over his shoulder. His tail seemed to be pierced on the end, with multiple pieces of jewelry hanging off and bangles wrapped tightly going down the length. Golden rings also decorated his tendrils. The claws on the end of his fingers scratched her lightly through her thin dress, causing her to arch and press closer against him. What kind of situation had she found herself in?

    Being dropped down on the little bed of furs was welcoming at first. Effie was happy to finally be out of that man's arms, away from his oddly sweet scent. Until she heard the little gate on the cage close. Her heart seemed to sink into her stomach, though it was still beating rapidly as she tried to sink away into the first and hide. Effie pressed herself all the way against the back of the cage, gently rubbing her thighs together. Though she wanted to remain clueless to the situation, her body already seemed to know exactly what this alien wanted from her. Her core was practically throbbing between her legs, her excitement pooling in her panties. Effie tried to put enough distance between the two of them, hating how her body was reacting to him. Her eyes frantically darted around his room, her hands gripping the furs tightly out of nerves. "W-what's going on, I-I..." Effie finally looked over towards the prince again, but instantly fell speechless.
    Airen decided to ignore her questions for the time being. Sitting down on his captains chair, he warned her that she might want to hold on to something before he flicked a few switches on his control pad in front of him. The engines whirred to life, sending powerful vibrations through the floor of the ship. Glancing over his shoulder, he couldn't help but smirk seeing her fall on her ass. The girl looked absolutely shocked, amazed by every little thing her eyes landed on. The sanctuary he had found her in was heavily run down, dilapidated, almost abandoned and yet it was populated. Was that was all she had ever known?

    Her native tongue wasn't something he used often, but it was something he knew. Being a space pirate, Airen prided himself on knowing hundreds of languages fluently and thousands of languages well enough to be able to pass. It was like his little super power and it came in quite handy more often than not. Taking the ship back up into the air, shooting it back up into orbit, Airen focused on finding the correct path they needed to be on. It certainly wasn't the fastest route to their destination, but it was the safest and Airen hoped they wouldn't even spot any other ships. Keeping the ship at a relatively fast speed, the ride smoothed out and eventually Airen knew it was safe enough he could spin his chair towards Lia and stand without fear of being knocked on his ass.

    Reaching down, Airen grabbed her by arms to help her up, and then held her by the cuffs on her wrists. "You're gonna make me a pretty chunk of credit, you know that?" The captain smiled, leading her out of the control room and down the hall towards his quarters. "I'm taking you to a man who has connections with the black market. From there, I don't know where you'll go. Not my business after that point." He spoke so casually, as if it was just normal every day business and to him, it was. Lia wasn't the first person he'd ever kidnapped for random, she was the first human, though. And he'd done a lot worse to make a lot less before, too. So this didn't turn his stomach in the slightest. "All kinds of things a little human like yourself would be good for," he looked her up and down, licking his tongue over his bottom lip.

    Sliding open the door to his room, Airen shoved her inside, refusing to give her even the slightest chance to try and fight with him. The door shut behind him, just like I'm the cockpit. Pressurized and ending with a low hiss.

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    May 13th, 2020 at 06:26pm
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    There was so much going on. So many different sounds, sights, the place even smelled different than anything she'd ever smelled before. This was like something that she would never even be able to dream about. No human that she's ever talked to have experience with ships or aliens for that matter. Those who were taken were never heard from again. Rather they were transferred to a different sanctuary like animals or taken like this. Lia could feel her heart beating uncontrollably in her chest, her vision going black at the edges every now and then as she watched through the large windows in front. Watching as her world was slowly becoming less visible before turning to nothing but blackness with the occasional speck of starlight.

    It didn't even register to Lia that the alien who had taken her, had helped her to her feet and was leading her away until he started to speak. Her eyes blinked a few times in confusion before realization slowly sank in. Her lips turning into a small frown. "That's really cold of you, mister," Lia said quietly, her gaze not wavering when he looked down at her. His slit pupils felt like they could look right through her and Lia wouldn't be surprised if they actually could. This man was a beast and he was beyond terrifying to her. Slowly, Lia lowered her gaze from his and looked around the hall as they walked. She didn't know what else to say to him.

    Then, a small cry escaped from her lips as they reached a room and the alien led Lia inside, shoved her into a the room. The same magical door opening and closing around them. Lia stumbled for a moment and caught herself before falling over. Her bright green eyes taking in the place. The enterance of the quarters was massive and open. The steps led down into a sort of lounge area and in front of them, Lia saw a beautiful view of space as well as what looked like a long table that held drinks. To the right, Lia could see the tell tale sign's of what might be a extremely fancy bathroom. Then, to her left was a room that she couldn't quite make out from her spot by the door. Glancing over her shoulder at the male, Lia bit her bottom lip lightly before she looked around once more. What was she to do now?

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    A strange ache slowly filled Bar'dan's chest as he watched the human in her cage. She shook like she was in trouble. Like he was going to kill her or something. Then again, she didn't know what his attentions were. She was a little human, a practically clueless creature. She was scared, terrified. How in the world did one inform that they were chosen by a Prince to become his bride and bare his children? That she will be granted infinite wealth and the finest everything? That the world and life that she's known is no longer adaquite for her? Shit, he really didn't think this one through.

    Slowly, the giant of a man stood up and walked towards a desk chair that he had in the room and brought it towards the cage. Setting it down in front of the cage, Bar'dan sat and rested his arms on his legs that were slightly spread apart as he leaned forward. His hands clasping together, eyes focused on the little human who was in the back of the cage, holding onto the offerings of warmth that he had prepared specially for her. Humans supposedly liked warmth and soft things, so what was better then fur's from animals from across the galexy? "I am Bar'dan, you are?" He motioned towards himself when he spoke his name and then motioned for the human to introduce herself. The use of the human language still sounding and feeling weird but he was slowly getting used to it as he spoke to the human. Soon, he'll have to teach her his language so that she could command her subjects.

    A moment of silence fell between the Prince as he tried to think about simple things to talk about. To try and get the girl to slowly start to trust him. Then, his swirling eyes focused on the binding of her armms and legs. "You want off?" He asked her, trying to sound soft, caring so that he didn't intimidate her. Raising his hand that he used to motion towards himself when he introduced himself, he pointed towards her bindings. "Come towards bars. I take them off for you." His English wasn't the best, but he hoped that she'd understand.
    May 14th, 2020 at 04:50am
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    Effie sank into the furs as she tried to relax and calm her racing heart. The ships engines roared to life and Effie tried grabbing onto more of the blankets, her body rocking from side to side as the ship took off. Everything she'd ever known, gone. Was she in trouble? The scraping of the desk chair against the ground forced Effie's attention back to the man. The color drained from her face, watching every move the monster made. All Effie could think about were the horror stories she'd been told about aliens and what they liked to do to humans. Some saw them as collectibles and just wanted to keep them locked up and admired, others wanted them as pets and then an overwhelming amount of species believed humans to be... delicacies. Those stories always scared her enough to keep her behind the locked doors of the sanctuary.

    Effie's eyes darted around Bar'dan's face as he introduced himself. He was large, muscular, the perfect build for a warrior. The braids in his hair were kept neat and tidy, his clothes were pressed and embroidered with fine golden threads. He had mentioned he was soon to be king... The prince's demanding voice caused her to flinch and stiffen up, almost too terrified to move. "Effie. My names Effie..." She choked out, a sob desperately trying to break in the back of her throat. Her eyes were glossy from tears, but she didn't want to let a single one fall. The silence between them was almost torture. Effie tried to hide herself from his eyes, squirming around in the furs, but it was impossible with her hands and legs bound.

    Her eyes ran up the bars, wondering if she could trust him enough to come so close... Like she had a choice in trusting him. She was his prisoner, he could do whatever he'd like to her... Effie slowly wiggled down on the bed, moving down the soft mattress, closer towards where the king sat. His English was a bit choppy, the words falling off of his tongue like bricks. The little white tunic dress Effie had been wearing was stained from the ground now in some places and the skirt was riding up her thighs, being pushed up almost entirely around her waist as she scooted down against the bars.
    Airen thought momentarily that it might be a smart idea to lock the little lady up for the duration of the trip. He had a few holding cells, so that could be arranged, but ultimately, he wondered what the point was. Every man on this ship had a blaster on his hips ready to kill for him. It would be an idiotic move on her part if she tried doing anything other than obeying him. "Never said I was warm," Airen smirked, a little chuckle leaving his lips as he stepped into his quarters. Large, spacious rooms. He had his own lounge, living area, kitchen and full bar... He wasn't the most well known pirate, but he definitely wasn't living shabby.

    Moving over to his bar, Airen pulled out a shot glass and one of the bottles below from the cooler. The scales along his cheek bones caught the light illuminating off of the stars outside the window, casting off an array of rainbow effects. Pouring himself a shot, he left the liquor bottle sitting on the counter top and turned, giving his full attention to Lia once more. ...Maybe not his full attention. He leaned his hip against the counter, bringing the shot to his lips as he swallowed it, enjoying the nice burn against the back of his throat. "Being kidnapped can certainly put you on edge. Want one?"

    The space pirate knew he could be rude, a down right heartless dick, but he did pride himself on being a good, courteous host. "We have sort of a long trip ahead of us, so, might as well start getting cozy." The little smirk that played along his lips was involuntary as he eyed Lia up and down. What was it that was so special about humans... The specimen in front of him did seem rather soft, with round features and plushy lips. The look of her scent a tingle down to his groin, causing his balls to tighten up. She might be getting his cock hard, but he didn't see what was special enough to make her so expensive.

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    May 14th, 2020 at 04:18pm