Anonymous said:I am requesting more villain using pleasure as a weapon on the hero prompts please! Thank you
Anonymous said:I need more submissive villain in my life. Not NSFW though please.
dentist-why said:I really like that prompt where the hero had the villain at there mercy and they felt like a god could you do more of that if it is not to much trouble. (P.S thanks for doing my last prompt suggestion you are such a great person. (A/N: refers to this. I think)
Anonymous said:More prompts about the hero forgiving the villain plz!
1) “There.” The villain carded their fingers through the hero’s hair. “Isn’t it better to feel clean?” No more blood or grime or gore on battered skin - instead, fluffy towels, steaming water, soothing scent and oils which soothed all aches and pains.
“It would feel even better if you weren’t in the room. Bit creepy, that.”
“You know you can’t be trusted not to abuse my hospitality.”
2) “Stop it.”
The command, the quiet authority, cut straight through to the villain’s brain.
“You’re overthinking,” their sidekick said. “You know what you get like when you start overthinking. Come here.”
The villain moved over, thoughtlessly.
Their sidekick guided them gently down onto their knees, taking the villain’s head in their hands. Their fingers massaged soothing circles and the villain’s eyes fluttered closed.
“That’s right,” their sidekick murmured. “Good. Just focus on me. Take some breaths.”
3) The villain panted for breath, hands bloody - a little dazed. Starting to shake. “They were going to hurt you - I - I panicked - I know it’s bad that I-”
“Shh.” The hero held out an arm, and the villain crumpled against them. “It’s alright. You were only trying to protect me, weren’t you?”
The villain nodded.
“Then I forgive you, it’s okay. But you know there are going to be people who don’t see it my way, who wouldn’t understand like I do.”
“But you can make that go away. You can do anything,” the villain said.
It took everything the hero had not to shiver in delight.
4) “Take it back,” the villain hissed. “I don’t want your forgiveness.”
Forgiveness was far too crippling a shackle to bear, a debt that they couldn’t possibly repay. It suffocated them. Made the hero something grand, something more than the villain wanted them to be. They couldn’t breathe.
The hero watched them, quietly, as they unraveled.