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D&D game turns sexy


I'm trying to find a specific story, but I'd also be interested to hear about any other stories that fit the general idea of sexual shenanigans among a gaming group. Either the players or their characters, or both. I'm not especially interested in stories that are only fantasy, but in stories that at least switch back and forth between the gamers and the game world, or even focus entirely on the gamers. If that makes sense.

Now, the specific story I'm trying to find. A woman plays a solo D&D (or D&D-ish) adventure with a male DM. She plays a thief who's trying to steal from a wizard. The wizard catches the thief and chains her up, at which point the DM ties the player to the wall and plays with her the same way the wizard is playing with the thief. One specific detail I remember is that the next time the player brings her thief character into the larger gaming group, the character's alignment has changed from Chaotic Good to I think Neutral Evil, and the wizard is now her patron.

I think it's been a good fifteen years since I read this story, and I have no idea what reminded me of it, so I don't really have high hopes of finding it. But this site has surprised me before, so I figured it was worth a shot.

Replies:   Capt Zapp
Ernest Bywater

you may want to check if this is it - BTW the author is deceased.



You might also be interested in Dragonseekers by Net Wolf & Ice Phoenix. It's not specifically D&D, but the premise is that three boys who play computer RPGs together get sucked into the fantasy world of their newest game, along with their sisters. Incest and wish fulfillment ensue. The story isn't on SOL, but you can find it at http://www.asstr.org/files/Authors/Net_Wolf/Dragonseekers/ .

Capt Zapp


You might also be interested in Dragonseekers by Net Wolf & Ice Phoenix.

I recommend this story.

Also along this line is the 'Guardians of the Flame' series by Joel Rosenberg (NOT Joel C. Rosenberg), which is a series of ten books.
From Goodreads:

It began as just another evening of fantasy gaming, with James, Karl, Andrea, and the rest ready to assume their various roles as wizard, cleric, warrior, or thief. But sorcerous gamemaster Professor Deighton had something else planned for this unsuspecting group of college students. And the "game" soon became a matter of life and death as the seven adventurers found themselves transported to an alternate world and into the bodies of the actual characters they had been pretending to be.


Dragonseekers can be found here http://www.wolfpub.org/contributors/show_item.php?cid=3&i=1

Dominions Son

Not exactly a D&D came, but you might enjoy Character Creation over on the Erotic Mind-Control Story Archive.


Replies:   Crumbly Writer
Crumbly Writer

@Dominions Son

Not exactly a D&D came

It's always better when D&Ders cum, especially since they're largely (or were, at one point) frustrated virgins burning in hormones.

Replies:   Dicrostonyx

@Crumbly Writer

especially since they're largely (or were, at one point) frustrated virgins burning in hormones

Couldn't you say this about everyone?

Which reminded me for the first time in years about the film Short Circuit, in which one character was looking at the female lead and said something along the lines of "I think she is a virgin, or at least she used to be.".

Replies:   Capt Zapp
Capt Zapp


"I think she is a virgin, or at least she used to be.".

"I am thinking she is a virgin. Or at least she used to be."

Ben Jabituya/Jahveri - loved that character portrayed by Fisher Stevens (who later played 'Chuck Fishman' in 'Early Edition" with Kyle Chandler)


Thanks for the recs, guys, they look interesting. I read the first several Guardians Of The Flames books when they came out, but I didn't realize there were so many since then. I'll definitely check them out.

Here's a link to another story I found that y'all might enjoy. Fairly short and not continued, I'm afraid.


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