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jhncanson

Can someone provide me with lists of good mind control stories, transformations(from being weak to strong, physically,sexually,mentally etc.), power control(a young boy blackmailing adult women or women in general etc.)

It's hard searching without being a premium member and the searching on other sites are just way too limited.

Capt Zapp

@jhncanson

It's hard searching without being a premium member and the searching on other sites are just way too limited.


Sometimes it takes awhile to find what you want if you're not a premium member. Try adjusting your selected tags based on tags in the ones you do find. That can narrow it down fairly quick.

Of course, you could always pay for one month and do a search using the premium filters, save the list, and then read the stories you found at your leisure.

Replies:   jhncanson  sejintenej
richardshagrin

There is a whole site devoted to Mind Control stores, accessible through ASSTR. Google Mind Control, I bet you will find it. I did first try.

The Erotic Mind-Control Story Archive

www.mcstories.com

The Erotic Mind-Control Story Archive By Simon bar Sinister Disclaimer #1 Grown-Ups Only! This site contains explicit descriptions of sexual situations, and explicit ...

Replies:   tppm  jhncanson
tppm

@richardshagrin

And Pipers Domain if you want underage MC.

jhncanson

@richardshagrin

I went there once but the searching there is just way too limited.

They only show the title of a story no other details, such as the length, status, and synopsis.

Unless i click on every title there, i wouldn't find anything.

Do you have any story in mind that is long in length there?

Replies:   Ernest Bywater
jhncanson

@Capt Zapp

I could narrow it down but the results only show a limited amount and i don't know how to manipulate the result.

As in, ranked by length so at the very least the results would show stories that are from the longest to the shortest.

Replies:   jhncanson
Ernest Bywater

@jhncanson

I went there once but the searching there is just way too limited.


try these links:

http://www.asstr.org/archives.html

http://www.asstr.org/~Kristen/

Franco

You can search Mcstories.com using a tool called Svengali, located here:

http://www.gregariousfrog.com/svengali/svengali.html

It is on the right side of the page. Make sure you read the help page for Svengali as there are a lot of different ways to search and combine searches.

When I use Svengali, I keep one window open to search Svengali and another window open to the Mcstories category listing stories labeled mind control. When I find a story through Svengali I might be interested in, I check it in the other window.

jimh67

Google search:
site:mcstories.com search terms

jhncanson

@jhncanson

Anyone know a mind control story that does not entirely revolve around enslaving high-school girls?

I mean, if i were to have some sort of mind powers, i'd do a lot more than just going after pussy.

Replies:   Dominion's Son
sejintenej
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@Capt Zapp


Sometimes it takes awhile to find what you want if you're not a premium member. Try adjusting your selected tags based on tags in the ones you do find. That can narrow it down fairly quick.


If you do a search through say Google you do get far more than you would get using a SOL search even if you are not a Premier member.

I have just done a search on "doover" stories (which is my 'thing'). SOL Search gave me 10 out of the claimed 91 available to Premier members. A Google search found 76 doover stories on SOL

As for other sites use the same search technique (see entries by BlinkReader and myself on the thread 'Looking for a new story to read')but change the site address

Dominions Son

@sejintenej

I have just done a search on "doover" stories (which is my 'thing'). SOL Search gave me 10 out of the claimed 91 available to Premier members. A Google search found 76 doover stories on SOL


google is likely finding stories that mention doover in the text or description where the category search strictly looks at the story tags, so google will potentially find mistagged stories.

Replies:   sejintenej
Abs
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use the tag function gives you more stories to look at but not in any order.
http://storiesonline.net/stories/bytag/

sejintenej
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@Dominions Son


google is likely finding stories that mention doover in the text or description where the category search strictly looks at the story tags, so google will potentially find mistagged stories.


The header on the first of 8 pages is http://storiesonline.net/stories/bytag/doover and all the headers etc look exactly like genuine SOL pages. As for stories being mis-tagged, have a go at the authors.

Over and above the tag search it also includes individual stories (which could have a doover tag - I didn't check). Whatever, I hope the concept helps jhncanson in his/her search.

Lazeez Jiddan (Webmaster)

@sejintenej

If you do a search through say Google you do get far more than you would get using a SOL search even if you are not a Premier member.


That's not true at all.

Google/Search Engines tend to show you chapters of the same story as additional results.

Google/Search Engines are not a reliable way to search inside SOL. It may be a way around requiring a premier membership to search inside the story's contents, but it doesn't deliver complete results; nowhere near complete.

The main reason for that is that we don't allow Google/Search Engines to index everything on SOL.

Whatever you can see when you're not logged in on SOL is what Search Engines can see and index. So whatever has a preview, may be indexed by an external search engine. For single part stories the preview is the first 5000 characters of the file.

For example, the site's database holds data for 150,480 Chapters (for 13,000+ multi-part stories), plus 24,528 single-part stories. Google's search console (accessible to the webmaster) reports 42,426 pages from SOL (including blogs, this forum, various listings pages etc...) in Google's index. That means google indexes less than 20% of Storiesonline's contents.

jhncanson

@jhncanson

Is there a way to re-arrange the results of a search?

For example, i may want to read long stories, so it would be good if the number 1-10 of my search results were from stories with most chapters to less.

Lazeez Jiddan (Webmaster)

@jhncanson

Is there a way to re-arrange the results of a search?


Yes, but it's a premier feature.

redlion75

too bad they cant just randomly pick those that fit your search limits.

Franco

@jhncanson and others

A couple more points:

If you use google to search mcstories or SOL, you will get a lot of false positives. Example, you want to find stories with brother-sister mind control incest. Google will give you anything with those words, whether the stories actually contain the content you want to read. Site specific search engines will more likely give you what you're looking for.

Mind control. A lot of mind control stories are directed at male adolescent fantasies. But a lot are for hypnofetishists. Hypnofetishists find arousal in the idea of mind control/hypnotism. Often, they skip the sex scenes, or when writing, don't include them. A lot of them fantasize about being the subject of mind control, rather than using it to gain power. It's interesting to read criticism on Amazon of these kind of stories because the reviewer doesn't understand why there is no or only very little sex in the story.

Mcstories has a lot of stories that are not about collecting a harem of cheerleaders. Some of them are pretty well written and pretty good. Of course, like SOL, some aren't.

Replies:   jhncanson
jhncanson

@Franco

I'm fine with sex on mc stories, the problem is that often the authors won't explore the possibilities of having mc.

Most often we are thrown the reason 'puberty so all i think about is sex'.

jhncanson

does anyone know of any stories that has goals, not just about sex.

For example, hindsight, he was sent back in time, even though he used that advantage for sex, his main focus is on business.

Another example, idk if there are any stories about this. Say someone has mind control powers or esp. He could use it on sports, for example if you were empathic, you'd feel people around you without looking, that would be great on team sports such as basketball,football,etc.

Replies:   ustourist  Dominions Son
ustourist

@jhncanson

If you are looking at stories with goals, but without the mc perspective, try "A New Past" by Charlie Foxtrot.
I would also consider "The Grim Reaper" and "A Fresh Start" by rlfj to be those with goals.
Try a few by Ernest Bywater as well. They generally have a strong and focused main character.

Dominions Son

@jhncanson

He could use it on sports, for example if you were empathic, you'd feel people around you without looking, that would be great on team sports such as basketball,football,etc.


That depends. Begin able to sense other peoples emotions, doesn't necessarily mean you can locate them spatially by their emotions alone. As far as team sports go, for anything above high school athletics, you are going to have a lot of background noise from the emotions of the spectators. Large crowds are not necessarily a great place for a telepath or empath to be, particularly if they are still learning to control their powers.

Trying to use such powers for team sports, particularly for one of the ones popular with spectators could be like going to a rock concert and then trying to locate a friend by the sound of his voice. Doesn't work so well.

Replies:   jhncanson
Dominion's Son

@jhncanson

Anyone know a mind control story that does not entirely revolve around enslaving high-school girls?


Son of Chronos: Book 1 Origin
http://storiesonline.net/s/73034

Okay, it still revolves around enslaving women. However, it's college age and older women mostly and there is more than just mind control to the story.

/shameless self promotion.

jhncanson

@Dominions Son

And that's where the fun begins, he could hone his ability by starting small.

Not every game is a stadium packed full of people.

Plus, we all have emotions, instinctive. For example in basketball, a guy targetting you to try to steal behind your back would always give off an intent.

i've read alot of high-fantasy novels and most of them always discuss killing intent.

Replies:   Dominions Son
Dominions Son
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@jhncanson


try to steal behind your back would always give off an intent.


Perhaps, but everyone on the court has some sort of intent. picking out one intent when you can relax and concentrate it one thing. keeping track of 9 different intents all moving around you while you also have to concentrate on visual input to keep track of the ball while moving yourself is something else.

I would expect something like that to take years of dedicated training before it would provide a significant advantage over a normal player.

If you are looking for something other than mind-control sex-slaves to do with telepathy / empathy, I would suggest, negotiation, psychiatry, law enforcement.

Replies:   jhncanson
jhncanson

@Dominions Son

Yea, it would take time but then again, you can just easily pick out the strongest intent that is targetting you.

Basketball is man to man, i'm not a player myself so correct me if im wrong, you can't leave or take your eyes off on the one you are guarding against when its youre time to defend.

Ernest Bywater
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@jhncanson


Basketball is man to man, i'm not a player myself so correct me if im wrong, you can't leave or take your eyes off on the one you are guarding against when its youre time to defend.


yes you can, because you're supposed to watch the ball and stop a pass getting through to the player you're guarding or is in the area you're guarding. If an opposition player is near year and behind you a little, you are allowed to very lightly rest part of your hand on his body to be aware of when he shifts, but not allowed to do it in a way that impedes his movement.

typo edit

Dominions Son

@jhncanson

Basketball is man to man, i'm not a player myself so correct me if im wrong, you can't leave or take your eyes off on the one you are guarding against when its youre time to defend.


Actually no. A lot of college and pro teams use zone defense. The defenders are defending an area not a specific opponent.

jhncanson

I see there's alot of problems incorporating an empath on sports.

Well, maybe a telepathic one? He could practice control rather than brute force. Say he would be shooting hoops but instead of solely relying on his arms he could also add telepathic force to push the ball to send it flying, not use it in the middle of flight else it would look wierd.

Replies:   Oyster
Oyster

@jhncanson

That's telekinesis you're describing.
Telepathy would be him reading the thoughts of his teammates and those of the opposing team. Knowing what they are going to do would be a major advantage.

Replies:   Dominions Son
Dominions Son

@Oyster

Knowing what they are going to do would be a major advantage.


Yes, but doing that in the middle of a physically taxing game in front of a huge crowd of emotionally charged people would be very difficult for any telepath without a lot of experience and control.

Replies:   Capt Zapp
Capt Zapp

@Dominions Son

Yes, but doing that in the middle of a physically taxing game in front of a huge crowd of emotionally charged people would be very difficult for any telepath without a lot of experience and control.


Here's an idea. The telepath is a player who was injured and develops the telepathy. He can no longer play due to the injury, but instead sits on the side and reads the minds of the opposing team and 'feeds' instructions to his former teammates.

Replies:   Dominions Son
Dominions Son

@Capt Zapp

re's an idea. The telepath is a player who was injured and develops the telepathy. He can no longer play due to the injury, but instead sits on the side and reads the minds of the opposing team and 'feeds' instructions to his former teammates.


You still have to get past the issue of an inexperience telepath trying to pick out thoughts from specific people in a crowded space with a huge amount of background noise.

To get an idea of what it would be like, go to a crowded dance club and try to eavesdrop on one particular conversation 10 feet away.

Replies:   Capt Zapp
Capt Zapp

@Dominions Son

You still have to get past the issue of an inexperience telepath trying to pick out thoughts from specific people in a crowded space with a huge amount of background noise.


So he screws up and actually ends up helping the opposing team. That would provide added motivation to get experience.

To get an idea of what it would be like, go to a crowded dance club and try to eavesdrop on one particular conversation 10 feet away.


I frequently work in bars and I know that, even when they are not crowded, it is hard to hear someone right next to you.

Replies:   Dominions Son
Dominions Son

@Capt Zapp

I frequently work in bars and I know that, even when they are not crowded, it is hard to hear someone right next to you.


So what makes you expect a telepath surrounded by hundreds of people all thinking about more or less the same thing to be able to listen to one brain 50 to 100 feet away?

Replies:   Capt Zapp
Capt Zapp

@Dominions Son

So what makes you expect a telepath surrounded by hundreds of people all thinking about more or less the same thing to be able to listen to one brain 50 to 100 feet away?


Umm, TV shows?

Actually, I didn't really expect a novice to be able to do it. Maybe someone with a lot more experience could come close. Ever notice in shows how when people suddenly get amazing abilities, they are practically experts at using them? The only show I can think of that the new hero was totally lost was 'The Greatest American Hero'.

Dominions Son

@Capt Zapp

Ever notice in shows how when people suddenly get amazing abilities, they are practically experts at using them?


Yes, and it generally annoys me, however, not all powers would be complex to use.

Some powers are passive (invulnerability/self healing), others require little skill to use (super strength). Some powers should require a great deal of skill to use effectively (flight, even birds have to learn how to fly).

However some powers like telepathy might be nearly passive in effort required under some circumstances and extremely difficult in others. The most common conception of basic telepathy is that it works a lot like hearing except you are hearing thoughts rather than sounds. In this conception hearing any one persons thoughts should be easy if you are close together and alone. On the other hand, picking out one person in a crowded space would be like trying to listen on one person at a distance in a noisy room.

Dominions Son

@Capt Zapp

The only show I can think of that the new hero was totally lost was 'The Greatest American Hero'


Loved that show. "The magic jammies"

Showing the struggle to learn to use your powers probably wouldn't work well in a TV format. Marvel comics on the other hand deal with that all the time, particularly with Spider Man and X-Men and it's spin offs.

deunan5122

@jhncanson

http://storiesonline.net/a/hermit

He's a talented writer. And I know you'll enjoy his stories based on your preferences.

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