Six Sentence Sunday — “Q is for Quetzl”
Welcome to my sixth “Six Sentence Sunday”. Say that six times fast. Thank you for visiting and especially for any comments you might leave me.
This teaser comes from a short story I’ve barely started for the “Succubus Wiki”. The Wiki will be an anthology of short stories featuring a variety of succubi from all different worlds and genres. Kind of an erotic sampler.
Quetzl is a virtual succubus. She lives in a video game called “Tlazolteotl’s Lair.” The Aztec beauty is an auto-generated opponent to the humans who play the game. Her methods are unorthodox, but most effective in preventing players from reaching level ten.
In this scene, she meets Player One. Quetzl hates it when they don’t enter a name at the start of the game.
“How may I address you, One?” I don’t care what his real name is, so long as it’s not One or Two.
“I go by Rodney.” A flare of appreciation lights the gaze that slithers over my body.
Not many who play Tlazolteotl’s Lair are familiar with my peoples, the Aztecs and Toltecs. Last Chicanixa told me, the game resides in a bar in a place far north called Fargo where the pale Ones and Twos outnumber the dark.
Poor Rodney. He’ll have a few surprises in store, some nice, some not so nice. Mwuahahahaha.
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I really part of your world in these short 6! Thanks for sharing!
I love your idea for this, wow, and after reading this sample, I’m anxious to see more 🙂 Nice work 😀
PS, I like how your comment entry field asks me “What do you think, beautiful?” hehe! I like being called beautiful *as I sit here in my pjs with my cup of tea* ^_^
Thanks, Kelly. 🙂 I just changed my comment prompt on Friday. Glad you noticed and liked it. PJ’s or not, you ARE!
Heheheheh Quetzl. I laugh every time I read that name because I think of pretzel and all the possibilities in a very ‘flexible’ succubus. 😉
heh-heh…perhaps she does have some talents in the flexibility department. 😉
Interesting concept. Really enjoyed your six. 🙂
Thank you, Lorien! I appreciate the read and comment.
Great and novel idea! I definitely want to know more about her and the game’s concept and outcomes.
(p.s. this should not be a stealth comment since it’s posted from my computer. 😉 )
Thank you, sir! Not a stealth comment this time. You were logged as a Brooklyn public library. WiFi user I’m guessing. Hope you didn’t let the children look at the pictures over your shoulder. LOL Don’t you love how nothing’s very private any more? That’ll drive you back to your smartphone fer shur.
interesting… a supernatural creature living in a video game… talking about games corrupting the youth and stealing their souls 😉
Thanks! The corrupting youth and stealing souls is an apt description. I think I’ve been fussing at my 2 teenaged sons for gaming too much, so there’s a spark of reality in that.