Fen Update Note: Still reviewing. Latest reading project is a 170+ page expansion for Mirrin. Almost caught the last submissions from the end of 2018.
Tags: F/F, Cunnilingus, Tribbing, Power Bottoming, Mind Control, Hyper Breasts, Role Reversal
It had been a couple of days since the U.G.C. had intercepted that one shipment of slaves bound for known pirate territory.
They had received an anonymous tip from someone claiming to have been to the asteroid known as ‘Zheng Shi’ that a ship containing slaves bound for the pirate base would be at a very specific set of coordinates. And it was true: an unmarked cargo ship was in the area, travelling in that direction, and onboard were more than three dozen captured slaves of all races, from humans to Ausar to Saurmorian and everything in between, detained and placated by their Slyveren captives.
Last Avery heard, the U.G.C. were still sorting out the slaves and helping them get back to their home territories. She, meanwhile, had the ‘pleasure’ of processing the Slyveren.
Sometimes, she felt like she should consider it a gift: you’d think being a guardswoman in a place like Gastigoth would be full of tension and drama. It’s a prison! That alone should be enough to make some of the more hardened veterans balk at the idea of working there. But Gastigoth wasn’t just any prison – it was a space station, meant to detain only the most hardened of criminals! Even if one of them got out of their cells, where would they escape to?
But that was just it. Gastigoth was an impenetrable bubble of a prison: once you’re in, you’re not getting out. None of the inmates had the balls to try anything untoward, and even if they did, the prison had… methods to keep them docile. You had the occasional rough-houser, of course, but generally they were all either too smart, or too doped up, to try anything stupid.
It made being a guardswoman at such a high-profile prison boring. Can you imagine that? Being a prison guard was boring!
Luckily, she had the ‘pleasure’ of booking the Slyveren that had been detained in the raid. It was a break from the monotony, maybe, but it was also paperwork. And none of them even put up a fight.
There was one Slyveren in particular that Avery kept thinking about, though.