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Hi again. I want to repost my thread-killing magical realm from last thread, only now slightly better edited so I'm not bitched at for a lack of consistency

Today was another bright, sunny day. It was perfect for a date between you, an aspiring bard, and your new girlfriend, a mantis by the name of Tercee.

With a major gig behind you, you decided to take your girlfriend out for a stroll throughout the city. You had an entire itinerary planned down to the last detail. The morning would be spent wandering the streets to buy some gifts. Lunch would have been at a cafe you frequented while giving her (and everyone else) an impromptu performance. That left the evening free to spend however you wanted, hoping for your bug-girl to take it as a cue for a night of passionate lovemaking.

Right now, you and your lover are walking through a familiar marketplace, you in a fancy new teal cape and your trusty guitar by your hand. Tercee is clad in a modest pink dress with large sleeves, her head and antennae concealed by a wide-brimmed hat. As you walk on by, you hold one of her four hands in yours, constantly smiling while her eyes flitted about. You assure her that everything's going to be okay, followed by flattering her for her cute choice in attire. Though her exoskeleton makes it impossible to tell if she was blushing, her nervous clicking and fidgeting forelimbs give you a clue how she was feeling.

The market was bustling with life this early. Shop owners wave hello to you and complimenting your partner's clothing. You, being the gallant charming bard, happily accept the compliments and make small talk with the owners. Some mention some nice taverns to go take your significant other, jewelers offer impressive necklaces and bracelets to the mantis beside you, and that one old baker you knew even offers to make you a wedding cake for half-off if you invited her to the wedding.

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>>52575055
Of course I still love you!

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>>51964418
>but how would you feel about a mantis girl Sorcerer?
This is perfect, and fulfills my desire for traditional Thri-Kreen erotica and /tg/ xeno sex.

Would be a good return to old times from the constant spew of puritan newfags we've had to suffer

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>>50271489

I agree, and it's difficult to find insect people outside of thri keen and monster musume. Here, have this.

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>>50220754
I want beastfolk that ARE monstrous but are naturally non-evil aligned. That's my spot.

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>>44522890
Not if I have anything to say about it.

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I like pairings with the more unusual races. Elves almost don't count.

>>43774779
It technically is, but at that point it shouldn't matter.

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>>40598287
I wonder if empathy gives you bonues to learning how to make sex work when your partner is of a different species. after all sex is more mental, social, and physical so just understanding the mechanics is probably not enough. understanding the physical elements of it, common parts of mating rituals for their culture and species, and what sex means to the individual seem like they would all be important.

What do you all think?

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>>40598287

I wonder if empathy gives you bonues to learning how to make sex work when your partner is of a different species. after all sex is more mental, social, and physical so just understanding the mechanics is probably not enough.

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>>38574110
I most certainly have. This thread is perhaps better suited to reddit's upvotes, because it's awkward to leave a comment just to say "good stuff", but you definitely deserve one.

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>>33233629
How do you feel about thri-kreen? Monstrous enough for you or too humanoid?

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>>32427639
missin out bra

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>>31809478
Don't forget being uncomfortably aroused by thri-kreens.

Can't forget that.

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>>31414604
because cute

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>>30579952
Cutefics would be good to.

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>>27532503
Lizards, dragons and thrikeens don't even have hair

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>>26632683
Woulnd't that make Cute Threads a Free Market?

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I always find /tg/'s always-reliable xenophilia oddly heartwarming, no matter whether it's chaste or lewd.

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Thri-Kreen.
They get their own thread occasionally, but still, I love the whole insect culture a lot of authors do.

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Last one, I believe.

The shorter woman to her immediate right was an NPC named "Suri". A rather shy and naive druid/wizard apprentice. She's with us because the woman she's holding hands with kind of invited her along. Partially out of a whole lot of affection and partially because we needed a healer. We met her in the grove of a Dryad druid my character had met and was courting, and those two hit it off pretty fast. There's not too much to say about her, she was sweet, brave, and followed Roberta (the woman) around like a lost puppy. Cute, smart, but only really special to Roberta.

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