Hello and welcome back! Originally I was going to feature some of the Thomas the Tank Engine smut I found, but decided against it. There’s only so much homosexual train sex I can subject you all to, so I think some things are better off never bringing to light.
Well, at least not until next week, anyway.
So, in lieu of of getting to see Thomas getting railed by Diesel Ten, I’ve brought you the Tom and Jerry fic “It Started With That Girl.” That Girl is probably GirlWoman, so we’re all very excited.
I mean, she is most definitely not a Sue, right!?
Layla. Layla Katherine Munson.
She’s an odd one. She stands up for Mouse/Cat friendship.
… right? Please?
She eats fish and cheese.
I suppose that’s better than the damn panda who keeps shooting up our bar.
What else? Oh, yeah. She’s half cat and half mouse.
Of course. You can’t have a Tom and Jerry fic without those two going on a homosexual romp, right? Not to say that there’s anything wrong with a homosexual romp, but Tom is like ten-times the size of Jerry. The logistics are both unlikely and/or extremely painful from Jerry’s end of things.
Hey folks, welcome to another Taco Wednesday! Yeah, that’s right, I don’t have to bend to your trendy alliteration!
This week I’ve got a new source material for you all: Warframe. For the uninitiated, Warframe is a free-to-play game where you essentially get to be a futuristic space ninja called a Tenno whose consciousness controls futuristic suits of power armor called warframes. The actual plot of the game takes a pretty hefty backseat to the gameplay and exists mostly as lore that you can dig up from the in-game Codex. Warframe somewhat oldschool in that regard, so I don’t have much in the way of an infodump for you all. And, in fact, this fic exists pretty well apart from any canon plot. The bare-bones of the plot is that centuries ago the Orokin controlled the Sol solar system and tried to expand to the Tau system. This pissed off the Sentients, a machine race that were already living there, which kicked off a massive war. Many atrocities later, which included unleashing the Infestation, the Orokin eventually learned to tap into void energy in order to create Warframes piloted by the Tenno. These warframes were eventually able to push back the Sentients, who had been winning the war, retake all their territory, and eventually crush them. In their last-ditch effort to avoid complete extermination, the Sentients unleashed Natah who took control of the warframes and turned them back against the Orokin. This left both empires essentially destroyed and the war ended. At this point Natah was supposed to destroy the warframes to complete her mission, but as she had grown an affection for them, instead placed them in stasis.
Centuries later the Sol system has become divided by two rivaling factions: The Grineer, the ancient military slave-race of the Orokin, and the Corpus, a merchant faction based around technological research and trade. At this point both the Grineer and Corpus begin to “dig too deep” for the ancient technologies. The Grineer, in their attempts to capture the weapons of Orokin, inadvertently begin an awakening of the Warframes, who, under the direction of Lotus, forcibly take up a position of balance and peace keepers between the two factions. Meanwhile, the Corpus begin to experiment with the remnants of the Infestation, which had previously been battled back into a state of quasi-dormancy by the Grineer. These experiments rather predictably end with them unleashing a brand-new full-blown Infestation. This quickly catches Lotus’s attention and she sends the Warframes in to investigate and start to work on fighting back the rising tide of infested.
As for the game itself, I’d call it among the best free-to-play games currently out there. The game’s model allows access to the vast majority of content without requiring any purchase, with all of the things absolutely requiring money being aesthetic in nature. There IS a premium currency that’s primarily used to unlock extra equipment storage, speed up farming, or buy more aesthetics, but the game allows it to be traded for items, so those who don’t want to spend any of their own money can farm up some sought-after equipment and trade players whose wallets are a bit looser. It helps that the game itself is also pretty damn fun, provided that jumping around like a cocaine-fueled rhesus monkey while spraying bullets everywhere and hitting things with a giant axe fits your description of fun. It certainly fits mine.
And that’s way more than you really need to know for this fic. The fic is “Rage, Burning Bright,” and if that mega-edgelord title is anything to go by, we may as well queue up all the Linkin Park and Evanescence songs right now.