|It's been a year since I've drawn Dawn. Figured her side series needed another update after all this time. ^.^|
Papers, Please (TK)Miranda Lawson took pride in many things about herself- being a proficient biotic, an excellent judge of character, and the leader of the project that ultimately brought Commander Shepard himself back from the grave- but she also took great pride in not being a moron. Indeed, even as she, ahem, tendered her resignation to the Illusive Man, the wheels were already turning for her next move.Papers, Please (TK) by stod7
She couldn't rely on Shepard forever, loath as she was to admit it- the Normandy was the best in the galaxy at staying under the radar, but when he returned to Earth and the Alliance (as he no doubt would) her wings would be clipped, and Miranda had no intention of being a sitting duck. Especially not on the birthplace of humanity itself- Cerberus likely had people everywhere on the homeworld. But if she wanted to get anything done in the rest of the galaxy, she'd need a new identity. This was why she had come to Liara- the new Shadow Broker. One does not become head of a shadowy criminal syndicate w
What I Like About the West (TK)The quiet atmosphere of the desert town of Dunegilt was shattered by breaking glass, whistle blasts, and gunfire. While alarming, this had the benefit of signaling everyone who wasn't part of the militia to get inside or otherwise out of the way, and left the guardsmen free to pursue their quarry.What I Like About the West (TK) by stod7
Today, it was a thief- an elf in light-brown cloth and leather who had made the audacious move of trying to sneak into the general store's strongbox in broad daylight. Things had gone wrong during her escape and she'd ended up going out the window and taking off down the loose dirt and sand that served as a street, with a dwarf toting a lever-action not far behind and the guard bringing up the rear.
A bullet streaked past her head and nearly took an ear and a bit of her short brown hair with it; she ducked into an alleyway to avoid any more close calls, racing out the other side and overturning a collection of barrels behind her. She ran a few more yards before a house caught her eye- a squat
Salon for the Sensitive, pt. 3 (TK) (FINALE)"Surprise!"Salon for the Sensitive, pt. 3 (TK) (FINALE) by stod7
For a very long time, Tali could do nothing but stare, mouth hanging open in shock. Next to her, Kasumi was gesturing grandly at Miranda, lying in a long container slightly shorter than she was. She knew it was Miranda on account of three-quarters of the front panel being opened up, revealing her lying in its plush scarlet interior. The other fourth at her calves was locked securely, her feet protruding out the container's bottom end, sheathed in nylon. Despite her arms straining at the restraints that kept them locked in place at either side of the box, Miranda's head was uncannily still, blindfold and gag notwithstanding.
"Oh, I remember this thing," Ja'ira said behind them. "Picked this up a year or so back. Real popular with the total restraint crowd."
"You've killed us," Tali moaned.
"Have not," Kasumi replied.
"Yes, you have! I- Kasumi, look at this! You put a powerful biotic in a box so you could rope me into tickling her with you! You couldn't have come up with a wo
Salon for the Sensitive, pt. 2 (TK)When the time had come, Ja'ira had guided Tali into what she thought was the best position- which was fine with Tali, since she was a novice compared to her hostess. So, in relatively short order, Tali was lying down with her back supported by a few cushions and her legs draped over an arm of the sofa, feet bare and dangling in the air. Ja'ira sat down cross-legged at the appropriate end of the couch, low enough that Tali's toes came down to just below her chin. After giving Tali a moment to steel herself- not that she needed one- the asari gently coasted her fingers down the slopes of the quarian's heels and arches, following them even as Tali jumped and giggled.Salon for the Sensitive, pt. 2 (TK) by stod7
"Heheheeheehee- Hahaha! Ohh, oho- how are you so good at this?"
Ja'ira chuckled, teasing Tali's instep with the pad of her middle finger. "Work here for long enough, you pick up a talent for it. We haven't had many quarians come in, though, so I probably seem better than I am."
"Hahaha- You're a lot more gentle
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