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Judasunchained
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Can anyone think of any non-fanfiction erotic stories set in a school for magic?

I've been watching the The Magicians lately and been looking for something in the magic school genre.

Replies:   JohnBobMead
JohnBobMead

@Judasunchained

Morpheus has a couple, The Academy and The CHASM
http://bigclosetr.us/topshelf/book/32388/morpheus

LonelyDad

Ka Hamnd also has a couple, as well as some about traveling magicians.

Ghost

you might like http://storiesonline.net/universe/792/magic-ink

it follows their family over quite a few stories and all pretty good

Judasunchained
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Thanks everyone. I went through my bookmarks and found these if anyone else is interested in this.

Welcome to Blackrock Academy by Dark Wynd. Mind control set at a school for magic. Fetishy.

Tales From the Fae - Part V: The Academy of Dana by Marjorie Baldwin Greene. I read this one a white ago and remember it being long and strange. Despite the name, I don't think Parts I through IV were very connected and I certainly read the above without reading them. The author has plant-tentacle fetish which shows up if I recall.

Wheezer

Christopher G. Nutall has a very good series of books set in a school for magic. They are available as E-books on Amazon, but, afaik, are not available for free anywhere else.

Judasunchained

@Wheezer

Christopher G. Nutall has a very good series of books set in a school for magic. They are available as E-books on Amazon, but, afaik, are not available for free anywhere else.

I think I started reading that when it was free on Spacebattles.com. Didn't really like it then. Anyone know if the published version is different?

milehigh65
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@Wheezer


Christopher G. Nutall has a very good series of books set in a school for magic. They are available as E-books on Amazon, but, afaik, are not available for free anywhere else.


I'm reading Schooled in Magic Book 1 now and it's really good so far. Not free but worth paying for.

Also, I really liked The Woodward Academy which is free. http://www.wolfpub.org/contributors/show_item.php?cid=3&i=237

MH

richardshagrin

There is a story by Xaltatun Of Acheron set at a school of magic called Whatley Academy. His story about Ponygirls has links to the Whatley site, which has other stories also on the Big Closet site. I recommend looking at his asstr site (link below.) Many good stories there.

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

Replies:   JohnBobMead
JohnBobMead

@richardshagrin

Whatley Academy


Actually, Whateley Academy. http://whateleyacademy.net/ has the canon stories for that universe. New site, looks like you need to register to access, unlike the old site. Registration is free.

Replies:   Judasunchained
Judasunchained

@JohnBobMead

I'm a fan of Whateley Academy and have even wrote some fanfiction for it. I'm not up to date with the latest stories, though.

And just for everyone information: the stories are still there with no registration. You just need to go to the stories section.

The original timeline and The second generation

(For those who don't know, Whateley recently spun up a second time line with a mixture of old and new authors, set several years after the original stories. Not sure if Original stories are still being written, but a lot of the authors had dropped out.)

Replies:   richardshagrin
richardshagrin

@Judasunchained

I am not certain what the half life of an author on any site is. With a few major exceptions, at most a dozen stories over a period of four or five years is all a reader can expect. There are authors with more, sometimes many more, but those are welcome exceptions. I should research the subject in greater depth, but its hard to look at 38,000 stories and see how many authors lasted more than a given number of years. It would be easier to see how many have only one or two stories. The majority, I fear. Its hard to be an author. Lots easier to be a critic, or at least a reviewer. So I am going on my impression rather than hard cold facts. Some departed authors have found happiness writing their stories for Amazon or other sites where they get paid. Not all departures are due to death or illness that make writing more than difficult. But some are. One of my problems is that a lot of my favorite authors are now as old as I am, and the older we get, the harder it is to do anything. Lets hope they all keep on keeping on. Thank you authors, past, present and future. I hope to be around a long time to enjoy the fruits of your labor.

madnige

Tales of MU
http://www.talesofmu.com/category/book01
Unfinished, ongoing but on hiatus at present; set in a university (Magisterius University, the MU of the title) specialising in magic with about 500 chapters in vol 1 (main character's first year) and 300 so far in vol 2 (2nd year).

awnlee jawking

On SOL, 'magic' is listed under 'level of consent'. Personally I would have placed it under 'paranormal'.

AJ

Replies:   Dominions Son
Dominions Son

@awnlee jawking

On SOL, 'magic' is listed under 'level of consent'. Personally I would have placed it under 'paranormal'.


I think that magic is meant more for controlling someone by magic than a generically magical story.

Replies:   awnlee jawking
awnlee jawking

@Dominions Son

That's my interpretation too, but even non-premium search facilities turned up stories with both the 'magic' and 'nosex' tags. I think it would have been cleaner for 'level of consent' not to also incorporate methods of sexual procurement.

AJ

Replies:   Dominions Son
Dominions Son

@awnlee jawking

That's my interpretation too, but even non-premium search facilities turned up stories with both the 'magic' and 'nosex' tags.


So? There are also stories tagged both No Sex and Rape. Figure that one out.

JohnBobMead

@Dominions Son

So? There are also stories tagged both No Sex and Rape. Figure that one out.


Recognition that rape isn't sex? Also, if the rape was off-screen.

Replies:   Dominions Son
richardshagrin

@Dominions Son

Maybe they used the Bill Clinton definition of sex.

Dominions Son
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@JohnBobMead


Recognition that rape isn't sex? Also, if the rape was off-screen.


As a reader, there are certain tags I look for that might be squicks for others. It pisses me off when they tag for things that are off-screen.

JohnBobMead

@Dominions Son

As a reader, there are certain tags I look for that might be squicks for others. It pisses me off when they tag for things that are off-screen.


Conversely, I'm sure there are good stories I've avoided because of tags where the action was actually off-screen. This is where notes in the description that it's off-screen help the both of us.

awnlee_jawking

@Dominions Son


So? There are also stories tagged both No Sex and Rape. Figure that one out.


Since I'm not a premiere member, I can't search on the 'nosex' tag. I'd appreciate your take on the reasoning behind that combination. Is it because the rape takes place off-screen, idiosyncratic use of the tags or some other reasons(s)?

AJ

Replies:   Dominions Son
Dominions Son
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@awnlee_jawking


I'd appreciate your take on the reasoning behind that combination. Is it because the rape takes place off-screen, idiosyncratic use of the tags or some other reasons(s)?


There are several possibilities. No sex + rape is probably tagging off screen content.

For the rest of the consent tags, some are tagging off-screen content, but I believe there is some idiosyncratic use in that people can consent to or be forced into by the various means listed, things other than sex.

On a similar not, you will find many no-sex stories tagged with the various gender/age combo tags. While the tag were created to mark sexual couplings, they could be applicable to a no-sex romance story.

Replies:   awnlee jawking
Wheezer

I find it interesting that SOL will allow both nosex & rape tags in the same story. Both of my stories on SOL feature enemas, even though there is no sexual intercourse. SOL will not allow me to add a nosex tag to a story containing enemas, even though nobody fucks anybody.

Ernest Bywater

@Dominions Son

tag for things that are off-screen.


that simply shows the author hasn't read the instructions by Lazeez right.

Replies:   Dominions Son
awnlee jawking

@Dominions Son

Thanks,

AJ

Dominions Son

@Ernest Bywater

that simply shows the author hasn't read the instructions by Lazeez right.


Perhaps Lazeez needs to make those instructions more prominent, because I see a lot of that sort of thing.

Replies:   Ernest Bywater
Ernest Bywater

@Dominions Son

Perhaps Lazeez needs to make those instructions more prominent, because I see a lot of that sort of thing.


I see many cases where the authors don't read the instructions. I don't see how he can make them any more prominent than they are without making them annoyingly intrusive.

The Code Definitions page is linked from the Home Page and the Author's Page. The Author's Page has links to the Author Help FAQ and the Posting Rules and Guidelines links below. In the rules and guidelines is a section about using the codes, quoted below the links.

http://storiesonline.net/docs/code_faq.php

https://storiesonline.net/sol-secure/user/help.php#cat-Authors

http://storiesonline.net/author/posting_guidelines.php


Correct codes are extremely important. Most people use the codes to decide whether they want to read a story or not. The more precise your codes are the better your scores will be. If you put the wrong codes or you miss some codes or even put extra codes, you risk the chance of people retaliating by giving you low scores.


However, people don't read it all before they get started. I often answer forum questions on posting issues by simply linking to ro quoting the relevant information Lazeez has up.

However, on rereading this section, I think Lazeez should revise it to be a bit more explicit in how an author should decide on what to code for.

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