O is for Oblectation #AtoZChallenge

For this year’s A to Z Blog Challenge, Richard and Jayden are worldbuilding! Using Rebekah Loper‘s book The A-Zs of Worldbuilding as a guide, we have teamed up to give descriptions of the world we’re creating, along with snippets of what it’s like to exist in the world. Enjoy!

Background by Jayden for O is for Oblectation:

The adults have many games that they enjoy. They have managed to keep alive some card games from the distant past as well as create new ones. But mostly, the Dommes play with their submissives. They have found a variety of games that they can play with their boys, from betting on races and wrestling to finding out who can withstand the most pain or who can cum the fastest.

Story by Richard:

“Today, we will be playing Dommenos,” said Mistress X.

She rattled the contents of a small felt bag.

“Each of you will pick a domino from this bag. When one of us places that domino on the table, you will take the same position in the chain. If you’re lucky, you’ll be placed next to one of the doubles, where you will have the chance to please a Domme.”

Each of the boys reached into the bag and took their domino, then Mistress X and Mistress Pain started playing, laying them out on the board. The boys watched with bated breath, hoping their number wouldn’t come up, until a double appeared, and then they all clamored to be chosen.

The first double came up on the fifth domino. The third boy squirmed as a fourth ate his ass, while he enjoyed Mistress Strife crushing his head between her thighs. The game continued in this way for about half an hour, with most of the boys being disappointed but two out of every half dozen pleasing or being given pain by a Mistress. Double sixes, Mistress Black, enjoyed whipping both of the boys next to her, carefully delivering symmetrical lashes to the boy on either side.

Mistress X snapped down her last domino and smiled. “What’ve you got left?” she asked Mistress Pain.

The other woman put out the 1-2 and shrugged. “Small winnings,” she said.

“Guess I’ll take the three biggest then,” she said, pointing to three of the boys. They stood and followed her out. The winner of Dommenos got to pick a number of boys equal to her score to keep for the night.

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Next up: P is for Plants

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