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War Story

By OrwellRedenbacher
Created: 2023-12-18 03:46:28
Expiry: Never

  1. Inspired by some coomer screencap about capturing sons as trophies in war and making them into concubines. High chance this account will never be used again, but jannies are tripping.
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  3. Day 1
  4. >You've been taken from your family, a reward for capturing the capital
  5. >You saw your mother's head, disconnected from her body
  6. >Your little sister torched with Chlorine Triflouride gas, there was almost nothing left of her
  7. >Your father was put in stocks, forced to watch as they put the collar on your neck
  8. >You struggled but you were always weak, weaker than the other boys at school
  9. >The officer raped you while you transformed, made you one of those science experiments
  10. >You were put in a cage and brought to the house of a dignitary, told that if you were good the collar would be removed and the drugs that make you like this would stop taking effect
  11. >You'd go back to being a student, maybe be given back to your father if he lived
  12. Day 6
  13. >The son raped you, the old dignitary just walked away
  14. >When he was done, the old man came back in and cleaned you up, gave you a bath
  15. >Pet your shivering body with his thick, scarred hands as he read the newspaper
  16. >He knew your language, held the newspaper in front of you
  17. >"Da, yes."
  18. "Y-yes, da."
  19. >"Good, good."
  20. >In his thick American accent
  21. >He put on a movie, an American flick about a good-natured romantic pursuing a girl...
  22. Day 14
  23. >The daughter came back from her boarding school today for the summer
  24. >It's warm out, she took you for a run
  25. >You feel stronger now as a pony than you ever did as a man, even though that doesn't feel right
  26. >You're not a male pony, after all
  27. >Still, you're both panting by the time she's finished
  28. >She takes a bath with you, shows you how nice it feels to put your new vagina under the showerhead on pulse
  29. >You guess it's not rape because you don't struggle, you'd probably be too tired to regardless
  30. >She takes you back into the kitchen after drying you off, and you just sit there for a while, feeling dazed
  31. Day 16
  32. >The son rapes you again, this time anally
  33. >The old man protests this time, yelling at him
  34. >He's taught you enough english by now to know what what "faggot" is equivalent to
  35. >He slaps the son and tells him to get out of the house
  36. >The son is crying, asks him when he can come back
  37. >The old man doesn't answer
  38. >He comes over to you and gives you a long bath, silently
  39. >He asks you in Russian if he can clean your violated parts, you give him permission
  40. >He's very gentle about it, when he takes you out of the tub he hugs you close
  41. >He doesn't cry so much as you can feel spasms rocking his body, but the tears come from both of you
  42. >You get the sense he's been in a similar situation to what you just had happen
  43. >After your usual bland dinner, he gives you a few scoops of ice cream from the refrigerator that he's poured bourbon in
  44. >The two of you get comfy on the couch while you try to enjoy the buzz to another movie, this time about a pilot having to defend himself in court
  45. Day 24
  46. >You're getting good enough at reading the paper to know that the Americans are losing the war
  47. >The son still hasn't come back, you don't know if he will
  48. >Maybe he went to live with the old man's wife, you haven't seen her
  49. >Either way he isn't missed
  50. >The two of you don't talk about the war, but you can feel his hands tremor a bit as he asks you to read out a section that describes American soldiers being firebombed
  51. >You do so fairly well, he corrects you on a few things but seems happy with your progress
  52. >"We need to keep your mind sharp, hopefully you'll be going places after the war."
  53. >He says this in Russian
  54. >You nuzzle his shirt and thank him in english, it's a wooly pullover and feels very nice
  55. >The daughter takes you for a run again soon after, when she gets back the old man tells her that he's going to buy her a treadmill
  56. >You think it's best, you saw fire in the sky while coming back to the little bunker mansion that you all live in
  57. Day 35
  58. >The treadmill finally arrives, the old man seals the bunker doors afterwards
  59. >You try to pretend it doesn't hurt to be cut off from the outside world, all of the news the two of you read together is on his laptop computer now and it isn't the same
  60. >Still comfortable, but he sits differently so the console won't fall off the couch
  61. >The daughter goes on her first run after it's set up alone, hopefully she'll let you come along on the next one
  62. >It's a very wide treadmill, it must have cost a lot of money
  63. >The phone rings and the old man answers it while you're reading a passage, you stop reading as is the unspoken rule
  64. >The prisoner does not speak while the dignitary speaks to his generals
  65. >He's angry, then somewhat saddened
  66. >Apparently the son joined the war effort to try to win his love back
  67. >His head was blown off by a sniper from your country
  68. >You don't care about the son, but you give the old man some comforting nuzzles
  69. >He seems to appreciate this, but is still practically inconsolable
  70. >He keeps whispering about how the last thing he ever called him was a faggot, in english of course
  71. >Funny, the last thing your father ever saw of you was you being made a faggot...
  72. >You think about him often, but it always makes you unhappy so you try not to
  73. >The movie tonight is something kinda old about a boy who keeps trying to kill himself and a skiing competition
  74. >It feels tasteless and neither of you laugh despite it being a comedy
  75. Day 60
  76. >The American front has dissolved
  77. >This bunker isn't yet known as far as you know, but it's only a matter of time since supplies are being brought to it
  78. >Your father was in the government, he will likely have regained his government position by now if he's still alive
  79. >You'll be home soon
  80. >The collar will be removed
  81. >You'll be a human man again, if they were telling the truth
  82. [spoiler]>Do you really want that?[/spoiler]
  83. Day 90
  84. >There are sounds outside the bunker
  85. >America hasn't fallen, but everyone left here on their side in Europe has effectively been left for dead
  86. >They're probably cutting open the door with an big acetylene torch as you and the old man sit on the couch, watching a movie about a factory worker and his abomination child
  87. >The daughter is locked in her room, practically catatonic. Neither of you speak of her
  88. >You're practically fluent in english now, and since he rewards you with ear strokes and belly rubs for starting conversations with it you do so almost exclusively now
  89. "Do you think we'll see tomorrow?"
  90. >"I don't know, I don't know."
  91. "If today is my last day as your pet, could you give me a name?"
  92. >He smiles at that, thinking
  93. >He finally comes up with it
  94. >"Iridescent Bubble."
  95. >It's a bit wordy, but you like it nonetheless
  96. >You let out an light sound, an affirmation of happiness
  97. >He laughs
  98. >"It would be so nice if they pardoned me, let me keep you..."
  99. "I know, I'd love that too. My father will want me back though, want me human"
  100. >"I know."
  101. >You've both been drinking, the movie is more of a backdrop
  102. >You've developed a taste for bourbon, and he has plenty left
  103. >"Would you want to die tonight? You could be a pony in your last moments. I'd kill myself right after you, we could be together. Owner and pet."
  104. >He says it in such a relaxed tone, but you can feel him trembling and you're trembling too
  105. "Y... yeah, I uh, I think I'd like t-that."
  106. >"Your voice is so beautiful. I'll pour us both another drink, then get the gun"
  107. "Okay."
  108. >Within thirty minutes, you've both finished your drinks
  109. >He puts the gun to your head, it feels warm
  110. >He's been holding it and his hands have heated the metal
  111. >There's a tremor in his hand
  112. >He pulls the trigger
  113. >Part of your ear is missing now and hurts bad, but he missed your brain!
  114. "W-wait! I'm not-"
  115. >Bang
  116. >His is a perfect hit
  117. >You're crying, covered in his blood, brains, and skull
  118. >He blew it out right onto you
  119. >There's a fragment of skull stuck in your eye
  120. >Your sensitive ears are practically deaf
  121. >The daughter still doesn't exit her room
  122. >You hold him, eventually his body cools and so does the blood soaking you both, making you shiver
  123. Day 91
  124. >They've torched through the wall by sunrise
  125. >The soldiers come in, guns drawn
  126. >The daughter is found, you hear them confirming a pulse
  127. >Then a single gunshot before they walk out and scoop you up
  128. >You're bathed by them, it's like a prison shower in those American movies
  129. >You're delivered back to your father, still a pony
  130. >He weeps and speaks to you in Russian, telling you how happy he is to have you back
  131. >You echo the same in Russian and hug him back
  132. >The collar is removed, it isn't even hidden from you when it's taken off, just left beside your bed
  133. >You're a human man again by sunset
  134. >Well, physically
  135. >Mentally, you're a broken mare
  136. Day 93
  137. >You're not going back to the school, not for a while
  138. >You're still missing a piece of the ear, it's bandaged
  139. >Your hearing is recovering
  140. >You still have alcohol, vodka this time
  141. >You've been drinking heavily
  142. >A great Russian passtime, as the villain says in that movie about the cyborg trying to rescue his wife
  143. >But his wife isn't his wife
  144. >Truly in the throughs of it, you examine the controls on the collar that was your prison and salvation during the three months you were away from your comfortable capital school life
  145. >You miss your abducted family very much, but of course you can't forgive the Americans for what they did to your birth family
  146. >Your little sister, sweet and no older than grade school, turned into barely anything by weapons of war
  147. >Your father doesn't say what he endured in the time he was captured the same as you were, only that you were the only one made a pony
  148. >You can't even imagine
  149. >And you miss your mother, how she used to sing you lullabies
  150. >Take you out for dinner when the other children made fun of you
  151. >Celebrated your academic achievements with sweets and gifts
  152. >Hugged you close when you were feeling sad
  153. >You set the collar to the two dose, the manual was available online
  154. >If you were to put it back on on the two dose, even if it were to be taken off you'd never go back to being human
  155. >But that's okay
  156. >You stumble over to your father's bedroom, the collar in hand
  157. >You knock on the door
  158. "Father?"
  159. >You've woken him, but he tells you to come in
  160. >You sit down on the bed next to him
  161. >You're pretty sure you read clearly as drunk
  162. "I liked it, being a pony."
  163. >"My son, have you heard of Stockholm Sweden syndrome?"
  164. "Yes, but... would you permit me to put the collar back on for a little while? I know how to control it so I won't be stuck as a pony"
  165. >He sighs, clearly somewhat exasperated
  166. >"You have been through much, I will permit it for a little while."
  167. >You set the dose to one and put it back on
  168. >You can already feel your bones rearranging themselves, it's distinctly uncomfortable but not painful
  169. >The sensation isn't that bad, you only remember it badly because you were being raped last time it happened
  170. >You're a pony soon, your nightgown hanging off of you like a flag in the wind
  171. >You lay down at the foot of his bed and sleep
  172. Day 96
  173. >You haven't yet asked your father if you can be a pony full time, but he seems to be enjoying you in your current state
  174. >The two of you watch the news together, the Americans have all but been wiped out in your capital
  175. >The lavish palace is more comfortable than the bunker, and you love your father
  176. >You've always loved him
  177. >He made you waffles today, feeding you with a fork and knife
  178. >He's in a great mood, you don't want to spoil it but...
  179. >You want to tell him you'd like for this to be forever
  180. >You broach the topic after breakfast, he sighs
  181. >"I assumed that you might ask something similar. I wanted you to finish university before this whole debacle, but I'm not sure you could at this point. It would be unfair for me to expect that of you after all you've been through, and I miss your sister dearly. I wouldn't mind having a little girl again full-time"
  182. "Are you certain?"
  183. >"Yes. Are you? Is there nothing else you want to do with your life after you become a pony? I can provide you with educational resources, but they will never let you lead a team with a body like this, not even if I pressure them. The environment simply isn't conducive for a mare."
  184. "As long as I can learn and be loved, I think that's enough for me"
  185. >"Alright then. Ready?"
  186. "Yes."
  187. >He takes the collar back, doses you for two, and puts it back on your neck
  188. Day 100
  189. >The collar is removed for the first time, to give you a bath
  190. >He replaces it with one he had custom made, the family sigil is printed on the fabric
  191. >The tag has your new name on it, the name the old American gave you
  192. >It is made of 14 karat gold
  193. >He knows your old name and has told it to you, but when under the effects of the drug it's impossible to remember
  194. >He smiles at you
  195. >"Your birthday passed while you were in captivity, I thought this would be an appropriate gift. Welcome home, my daughter."
  196. >Maybe things will be okay after all
  197. End of line

War Story

by OrwellRedenbacher