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I Saw Mommy Riding Santa Claus

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The real meaning of the season is giving of yourself to others. Unfortunately for this Mall Santa, certain individuals want him to give of himself very directly, and perhaps far more literally than he had intended.

Art credit: Kanachirou

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MGEEC Ch.1 Alraune Family: Alraune

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Welcome to the Monster Girl Encyclopedia Encounter Compendium.

The way this series is going to work is that I’m going to give the spotlight to the creatures from the MGE and tell stories of their encounters with humans. I will go about that by giving them each seperate stories split into two chapters. One where I will tell about the initial encounter between a human and a monster and a second one in which I will tell a story of what happened after the human and monster have become a couple of husband and wife.

My aim is to go through all of the monsters if possible but that depends on how well this series is going to take off. I plan to post a new story as regularly as I can so stay tuned.

Not sure if I’m going to take specific requests so to speak but I will take your suggestions of which monster to do next in mind. If you want to get a better image of the monsters I’m going to write about, I recommend you to look up the actual Monster Girl Encyclopedia online to get a better grasp of the world and lore.

I hope you’ll enjoy the series and I’ll look forward to your feedback.

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Maritime Logbook on the HMS Kraken

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‘How do you speak under the water, then?’ you asked.

The mermaid took a coconut shell of water on the deck, one among the spare you kept. She raised it to her lips, and dipped her mouth in it. Bubbles rose to the surface, and a sweet, musical note rose from each one as it pops.

‘Our main method of communication is actually singing,’ she explained. ‘So even for short conversations, we compose a song and let it fly.’

You chuckled. Sounded like a strange way of communicating.

‘Oh, come on,’ the mermaid said as she saw you grinning. ‘It’s not like we do it for every little thing, even a one-line request, but it’s as normal to us as a humans tendency to chatter.’

‘Fair enough,’ you responded, perhaps a bit disbelievingly.

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