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Aug 18, 2019 3:43 AM
Caden and Oz in Daevinity.
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Caden has successfully ceased to live in his car.

He has, in fact, started renting an apartment - he isn’t incredibly enthusiastic about turning around from ‘grieving his dead boyfriend’ to ‘prostitution’ over the course of a month, but his savings had been dwindling, he hadn’t actually been capable of learning programming in a week, he’d already read a decent amount about summoning, passing the exam for certification had been fairly easy -

And there are so many people who need transient daeva assistance, people advertising ‘fairy and summoner wanted for such and such task’, people willing to pay him - 

And you could pay fairies and angels in material objects, but his skills largely lie in a different area -

So he’s established ongoing, casual liaisons with two different angels, and one fairy.

He’d like to make those two numbers a bit more symmetrical, and he’s gone through eight random fairy summons, so far. He’s dismissed just as many, with each given a homemade muffin for their time. 

He completes another printed circle.

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And lo, a fairy appears. He's dressed in black and has silky black moth wings, with paler markings near the tips that look almost like lace. 

He looks Caden up and down.

"Greetings, summoner." 

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“Hello! So, um, I’m Caden Yong, and I’ve been going through randoms, looking for potentially compatible fairies who are willing to assist with miscellaneous tasks over repeat summons. Would you be interested in answering a few questions?”

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"If I may ask you an equivalent number of questions in return," the fairy agrees.

"That counts as one, by the way." 

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“... gosh! I suppose that’s only fair. And you can also get a muffin regardless of whether you want to answer anything - what would you like to know, then?”

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"That's two," he says with a smirk. "As for my first question...how long have you been summoning, Caden?" 

He may or may not be subtly inspecting the binding written around the outside of his circle. 

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The binding seems to have been written by a bright novice, wise enough to draw heavily from woven-together preexisting material - might have a loophole or two, but nothing too dangerous.

”Um, about two months! Angels and fairies off of established - if obscure - lists, mostly, I’ve only recently ventured into randoms.”

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Not bad...for a novice. He's not interested in exploiting the loopholes right this second, but he makes a mental note to see if Caden leaves the same openings in the binding another time. 

"Your caution is commendable. No demons, yet?" 

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“Thank you! And no, I really oughtn’t interact with supernaturally persuasive people unless I want to be supernaturally persuaded - and I suppose that makes it my turn, again? Um, I’m normally very roundabout but you seem like you’d be annoyed by that - I tend to pay for daeva time with optionally kinky sex and company, you seem like you’d be my type, I’m not sure whether you’d be interested in that payment method, or what information you’d need to determine such?”

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Oh, he's so glad he caught this summons. 

"Optionally kinky?" he repeats with a tone of delight. "Care to elaborate?" 

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“I’ve mostly been letting other people do that! Beyond the obligatory ‘I’m submissive’, they go ‘I’m into petplay’ and I go ‘I am too!’ and they go ‘I’m into watersports’ and I go ‘I am too!’ - I can be more specific but I will probably turn into a puddle, and in general I’m enthusiastic about anything but really unsafe stuff, serious sensory deprivation, long term orgasm denial, and orders likely to interfere with day to day life.”

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Interesting. So, what happens if he says... "I'm into immobilising people with my power and fucking them while they can't move." 

While looking Caden up and down again, this time in a manner that's equal parts appreciative and predatory. 

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Caden may turn very slightly pink.

“I’d like to avoid sounding excessively agreement-y before we have something relatively formal hammered out, but I, too, think that I’m into that! What sort of time ratio between - that - and miscellaneous fairy-compatible tasks, were you thinking of?”

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"Four hours of work to one of play?" he suggests as an opening offer, fully expecting Caden to haggle. "Paid in whatever size instalments you please, of course." 

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Caden has never haggled over anything in his life, and he isn’t about to start.

“A four to one ratio sounds like it would work. Um, particularly if that doesn’t include transit time between tasks...?

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"No, we can leave out transit time," he agrees. "Count it as belonging to neither category." 

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“Great! - do you want to do a trial run today?”

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"I believe I can carve out five hours in my schedule," the still-unnamed fairy agrees with dry sarcasm. "Now? Or would you rather re-summon me later?" 

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"Gosh, here I'd imagined that you were booked until Sunday with scone tastings, frog husbandry, and interpretive dance - um - do you agree to half an hour of sex with me, paid in advance and collected on within the next hour, with the part of the binding ordinarily preventing the non-injurious restraint of motion of involuntary subjects relaxed, strictly with regards to my own person, and with no active action compelled on my part, serving as payment for two hours executing miscellaneous tasks, with that time frame not including transit time, with individual instances of power-use for those miscellaneous tasks checked with me in advance, and with the definition of 'miscellaneous tasks' left vague, given the understanding that excess liberality of interpretation may preclude future dealings and that the ordinary restrictions of the binding remain in full effect unless otherwise specified?"

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He takes a second or so to think through the wording of the agreement, checking that it suffices as permission to take certain liberties, with regard to Caden in particular, that the binding would otherwise prohibit.

"I do." 

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Okay then! Caden is just going to stand in place, awkwardly, until - did the fairy ever give his name? no? - does something. That seems least likely to result in him saying something embarrassing. 

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The fairy steps out of the circle and starts circling Caden. 

If Caden tries to turn to watch, he will discover that his arms and legs don't seem to want to cooperate. 

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He does try to turn to watch! His ultimate inability to do so results in pleasant shivery sensations. 

 

Affairs advance in entirely predictable - and heavily movement constrained - directions from there.

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The fairy gets fairly precise with his restriction of Caden's movement, immobilising individual body parts rather than turning him into a living statue. He seems to like watching Caden struggle and squirm. 

He never restricts Caden's speech or breathing, either magically or otherwise. 

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Caden doesn’t struggle, exactly, but he does squirm quite a bit, and let out breathy half-moans and sharp ‘meep’s and low ‘mrrrgh’s and high pitched keening noises and the occasional incoherent jumble of syllables.

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Half an hour is over far too quickly. 

"Thank you," the fairy purrs when he releases Caden from his magic. "That was lovely." 

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