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Migrating East [Ze Blitz]

Postby Kuragari » Tue Aug 13, 2019 6:33 am

Ze Blitzkrieg Wrote:Name: Ghaznak zor Durgoth
Age: 20
Gender: Male
Race: Orc
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An orc of unusual intellect, Ghaznak was born during a golden age of his people. United by a council of powerful warlords, the long ignored orcs of the savage west formed a grand horde and launched a bloody campaign into the civilized east. Kingdoms and cities alike burnt as the races of men and elves battled their longtime foes to a stalemate. Exhausted by decades of war, the human and elven kingdoms did the unthinkable, and negotiated a treaty with this grand horde. Ceding fertile land for the orcs to settle on, hostilities would cease and trade between this new Orcish kingdom, and the rest of the world would be encouraged, in the hopes of civilizing the barbaric warrior people.

Having fought only briefly in the tail end of the conflict, Ghaznak was left curious as to what the lands of their once enemies held when not burnt to ash or pillaged to waste as much of their conquered space was. So, when hostilities ended, he was among the first of his tribe to migrate further east, traveling far and wide to find a new home for himself.

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The Village of Tamarein
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Your wanderings east had taken you over the great river that had served as one of the natural borders between the new Orcish realm and the civilized East, and through several thick woodlands, until finally you reached the first sign of settlement. A hill overlooking the town showed that it was nestled within the edge of an old, now sparse forest, with some fields spreading outward from it further east.

It's been a long journey, and you are nearly out of supplies. Perhaps this is a good place to stop, rest, and explore and learn more about the humans and elves.
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Re: Migrating East [Ze Blitz]

Postby Ze Blitzkrieg » Tue Aug 13, 2019 6:39 am

The village was a sight for Ghaznak's sore eyes, for as verdant as the human's realm was, sleeping under hedges and trees wasn't comfortable no matter the locale. He was mildly concerned with how he would be received, considering the wounds still lingering from the great war, but that concern was easily shoved aside by his grumbling belly. So the hulking greenskin made way for the village proper, doing his best to look amiable, and tried to see if he couldn't find some place to eat among the hamlet's busier portions. Once he could fill his gut, he could think about what to do next with more ease.
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Re: Migrating East [Ze Blitz]

Postby Kuragari » Tue Aug 13, 2019 6:57 am

Wandering through the village, most people give you cool and distant looks, many choosing it seems to be indifferent towards you than outright hostility... though perhaps this is due to the reputation of one Orc warrior being more than a match for three or even five humans and elves has something to do with it.

Trying to find food, or a place to stay however, proves troublesome... until that is you feel a soft touch to your right arm, and turn to see An elven woman with long bluish green hair wearing a simple cotton dress smiling at you as she said "You look down on your luck sir Orc. Perhaps I can help you, if you can help me?"
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Postby Ze Blitzkrieg » Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:02 am

It was needless to say that Ghaznak hadn't expected someone to come up to him of all people, let alone someone smiling sweetly like this strange elven woman. But he wasn't going to look a gift-worg in the mouth. "Yeah, uh, a little bit. I'm lookin' for food. Wouldn't mind showin' me to some place I can get grub, would you? I don't mind helping with whatever you need in return." He grumbled in response, casting his gaze down towards the woman's face.
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Postby Kuragari » Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:09 am

"Good. Food first then, just follow me." She says as she leads you back towards the small wall around the town. Her home is close to the town gate, and there working in a garden out front is what you can only assume are her daughter and son. They both look up, surprised to see their mother returning to the house with an Orc, but she just smiles and says "Come, help me prepare an early lunch, we have a guest."
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Postby Ze Blitzkrieg » Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:14 am

Ghaznak offered no resistance to the woman, and trailed her back to her humble abode. He was somewhat taken aback by the other elves present; were they her kids? She didn't seem all that old... though he did hear elves tended to age slow. He also knew well enough how pretty they were rumored to be, something he unabashedly found himself appreciating as he waved a large hand towards the two feyfolk. He then focused back on the shapely matron who was nice enough to bring him here.

"Didn't think you'd be the one cookin'... But, thanks. My name's Ghaznak, by the way. Can just call me Ghaz since it's easier."
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Postby Kuragari » Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:23 am

"A pleasure Ghaz, you may call me Mizra. These are my children, my eldest Zania," Here she pointed to the daughter, who was eyeing you warily but seemed to be deferring to her mother. "And my youngest, Kael." Kael was the son, and he was eyeing your curiously, seeming surprised by just how big you were.

"And it is no worry. We all take turns cooking. Ensures a different personal touch for each meal. My children however will get it started while I explain the help I need." She kneels down before a table, something you'd heard elf folk did, and says,

"Out in the forest are some herbs and wild plants I like to gather, both for our own home and to sell to the others in town. However, lately the forest has become more dangerous, both because of brigands moving into the area and because some of the forest creatures are becoming more... savage and aggressive. I'd like it if someone big and strong, like yourself, would be able to escort me when I go to gather them."
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Postby Ze Blitzkrieg » Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:32 am

"Pleasure to meet ya." Ghaz replied, crossing his arms as he withstood the scrutiny of the younger elves, though at least neither seemed too negative in their appraisals. Not that he cared much. He was getting a free meal out of the situation regardless. He did, however, look Kael over in response to the male's curious gaze. The few elves he had fought were lithe and nimble... but he didn't expect elven men to look so much like their female counterparts. Orcish men were taller than the women, and more heavily built. Kael didn't look much different than a less curvaceous version of his sister.

He did his best to settle down across from Mizra at the table, though his size made kneeling somewhat uncomfortable, so he eventually settle for sitting cross legged at the low table as he heard her out. A simple enough request; Ghaz wasn't too up to date on what local beasts were on this side of the divide, but brigands were always an issue after a war. Mizra was too fine a beauty to go alone into such a dangerous space.

"I'll do it, no problem. Can't have you gettin' hurt after you took the time to help me out."
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Postby Kuragari » Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:40 am

"Excellent. If you are planning on staying longer, we have room here for you if you need a roof to stay under. Most here will be unlikely to bargain with you, at least not at first. Even before the war, folks here in this human village are not to trusting of outsiders. Even other civilized folks like the Elves." Mizra said simply, smiling as she inclined her head to you, then got up to join her children in preparing the meal.

As you relax there, you notice that anytime one of them passes the open doorway to the kitchen, they look out at you. The daughter herself doesn't seem to be warming up to you, but her gaze does become more curious every so often.
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Postby Ze Blitzkrieg » Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:47 am

"You're too kind." Ghaz replied, though what she said was the truth. He probably wouldn't find an inn that would let him stay even if the village had one... and he wasn't looking forward to waking up with foliage stuck to his ass. So, his pride relented. "Might have to take you up on that, though."

When his benefactor disappeared, the orc reclined slightly, relaxing in the cool comfort of a house for once. He did notice the occasional gaze, and frankly he didn't blame them. He was curious about elves just as much as they about orcs. If he wasn't, he'd have stayed with his tribe. Perhaps a result of instinct, he found himself flexing just a tad when Zania would sneak a glance. Orcs were big, burly brutes in their eyes, no doubt... and while he hoped to disprove the latter, wasn't a damn thing wrong with being big and burly. Plus, she was kind on the eyes, and he hoped to give her a similar experience.
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Postby Kuragari » Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:57 am

All three end up catching you doing so, and perhaps it was the lighting, but you might have caught the hints of blushes on all three faces, though the brightest seemed to come from both Zania and Mizra. The fact that Kael might have blushed as well however stirred just a bit of your own curiosity within you...

Soon enough though, they all came out, bearing bowls of a savory smelling stew, bread, and some sort of bowl of leaves and herbs, which Mizra explained was something extra that could be eaten with the stew or the bread. The stew was a hearty thing with plenty of meat much to your surprise, given Orcs saw elves as nut and leaf eating weaklings.
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Postby Ze Blitzkrieg » Tue Aug 13, 2019 8:04 am

Ghaz couldn't help but grin toothily to himself. It was nice to be admired, even if it was largely just a passing blush here and there. Especially good for two curvy elves to be doing the admiring, though he couldn't help but notice even Kael was embarrassed. Maybe he was jealous? Hopefully not. Didn't want to hurt the poor guy's feelings.

When the meal was presented, the orc was pleased by the hardy spread, and offered his thanks before greedily digging into the stew with occasional clumps of bread joining the fray into his tusked maw. In the brief respite he took to chew and swallow, the greenskin decided to probe for some information while he had the chance. "What's this village called? Can't say I got any clue where I am right now. Just kept walkin' east after I crossed the border. Figured I'd find someplace nice sooner or later."
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Postby Kuragari » Tue Aug 13, 2019 8:17 am

"This is the village of Tamarein. As far as I know, it is one of the western most settlements of the Three Civilized Kingdoms now." Mizra said as she took her time with her meal, though both of her children were more inclined to dig in as you were doing.

"Are you from far west, or one of the orcs who took part in the war?" She asked, with sincerity you believed which was a bit surprising.
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Postby Ze Blitzkrieg » Tue Aug 13, 2019 8:22 am

Gahz thought for a moment before replying. He didn't want to lie to such an honest woman over his involvement, but he also didn't want to sour relations with them. Ultimately, he decided on the truth. "All males of fightin' age took part in the war. The far west is full of nothing but rugged land, devil grass and sand. Nobody stays there any more if they can help it. Can't say I fought for long, though. War was just about done by the time I could hold a cleaver."
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Postby Kuragari » Tue Aug 13, 2019 8:35 am

She nodded at that, smiling a bit as she said "I was merely curious. My late husband took part in much of the early fighting... was a bit unlike most elves in that he preferred grueling hard work and greatly enjoyed getting into fights with his hands. He might have gotten along with a fellow like you."

Your eyes don't fail to catch that she is almost studying you quite intently as she says this, almost as if seeing or looking for something that she would like.
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Postby Ze Blitzkrieg » Wed Aug 14, 2019 5:35 am

Ghaznak was somewhat at a loss on how to reply. In Orcish culture, more often than not a cause of death was battle. There was no shame in dying a warrior's for the tribe, nor was it a subject for much melancholy, as warriors were surely rewarded in the afterlife for their ferocity and courage. But, Mizra was no orc, and neither was her husband. She was sure to miss him.

"He sounded a good man, and one of good taste." He offered simply, figuring a small compliment might help ease the tension. He was trying to be on his best behavior, but Mizra was a beautiful woman with what looked to be a stellar body beneath her simple garb. Any man who put a child or two inside her was a lucky one. One he found himself envying as he cast a few glances her way in response to her own careful studying.
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Postby Kuragari » Wed Aug 14, 2019 1:01 pm

"He was indeed." She says, sounding a bit wistful... but... there's a glimmer of... hunger in her eyes as you note that, for nearly five seconds when her children are more focused on their food, that she gazes towards your groin. She smiles and says "Even if it's for a brief time, it'll be nice to have another strong man in the house."

"Heeey..." Kael says, trying to glare but it resembling more a feminine pout. Mizra just smiles at him.

"It's alright son... you are very good in the garden growing herbs and vegetables. Better than me in fact."

Kael seems to be appeased a bit by that, but still pouts a bit more before glancing your way and blushing a bit.
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Postby Ze Blitzkrieg » Wed Aug 14, 2019 6:40 pm

Ghaznak couldn't help but grin in response to Mizra's eyes sinking down below. He shifted just a tad, and reached down to adjust the fabric of his roughly made pants as to accentuate the outline of his rather... significant manhood. There might've been a couple of differences between elf and orc culture, but he definitely knew what that kind of gaze meant, and he had no shame of the sort when it came to showing what he had to offer. Of course, with Kael looking his way shortly after, there was a chance of him also getting a peak before Ghaz could shift himself to a more modest position... but who cared? Not like he didn't have one too. Though, based off his frame alone, he doubted it was even in the same category.

"Might be that I stay a little longer than a while, if you'll have me. Not sure I'll be lucky enough to another welcomin' home in these parts." He admitted truthfully, sopping up the last of his stew in preparation. "Should get to earnin' my keep, though. When will you be ready to head out? It'll be easier to go pickin' while there's sun, I reckon."
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Re: Migrating East [Ze Blitz]

Postby Kuragari » Thu Aug 15, 2019 3:56 am

Mizra's eyes gained an even more hungry look... the sort of gaze of someone who hadn't had a proper dicking in a long, long time. You get the feeling were it just you and her, she might have jumped you to get a chance to have a taste of your rod. As it was, she did her best to keep composed even as she most assuredly shivered in arousal and licked her lips.

Kael did indeed also see it, his own eyes widening and remaining on it as he blushed, then squirmed slightly in confusion as he tried to pull his eyes away. His sister hadn't seen it and didn't seem to notice either of their reactions or your bulge.

"Shortly. Once meal is finished, I'll head out and you can come along with me." She said with a smile as she focused a bit more on her own bowl, trying to hurry her own food along as she kept stealing glances at you.
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