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A Terran finds himself placed in the care of two overbearing, over-friendly Affini, who promptly start a challenge to see who gets him all to themselves. Meanwhile, they have a small bet of their own: how long will it take the two Affini to realize their feelings for each other?
Jess shows their partner Alex their fantabulous new hypnotic invention.
In the wake of an alien invasion, one woman with a sleeping disorder is too tired to care, thankfully the aliens find her very cute and are willing to help a sleepy bitch out and more :3 (HDG story)
Drake knows that hypnosis is absolute bullshit, hailing from the same days of psychology as the Oedipus complex. Alex, her very good friend and roommate of 8 years, insists that Drake would make the perfect subject though.
A homeless, anxious, and lost woman on her way to find a job in the big city is interrupted by the terran colony getting invaded by aliens, the affini. An oddly friendly 10-foot tall plant alien finds and rescues her, and uh… wait, what’s this about human pets? An HDG story
All her life Clara has heard the Song; a rhythm to which her life beats. It provides structure to an otherwise fluid existence. The Song demands a Schedule, and she gladly follows it. But when the affini show up with their own songs, will hers be subsumed?
Winry finally takes the leap and asks to find out what’s on the other side of the keyhole and the Wyrmstress A27A is more than happy to oblige the curious new Praxis Memetics Agent in her journey.
Morgan’s just coming out of a wonderful trance, and it’s time for some aftercare. Although Gabriel might have a thing or two to tease them about first…
A collection of short daily hypnotic drabbles for Hypnovember, following Fauxpawe’s prompt list. Tags will be updated on a story-by-story basis.
Three friends get together to “Cuddle and Watch Movies or something” - and trance each other, and bring out toys, and several other things. Very few movies get watched, but there’s rather a lot of “Or Something.”