Elves are always so fertile and warming
I've always thought that half-elves mostly come from pregnancy fetishists.
From the elven perspective, the pregnancy is rapid, from the human perspective the pregnancy lasts longer.
I remember there was a picture of a pregnant elf kissing a kitten.
Love! to see what happen next…
I can't seem to view it
It’s sad panda. And we will never see a happy end pregnant elf doujin ;-;
And keep these elves coming!
>>47928>orc preg>rape involved
God damnit. Typical Hentai schlock
Where’s the creative good pregnant elf content.
I know Neromashin made his part 4, which has been the best of his elf slave kingdom series. Because at least of all the previous doujins that ends on somewhat of a high note.
Going by art-style, I'm gonna guess… RiddleAugust?
That looks like Riddleaugust's work.
Anybody got something of Sheera Greenwood from How Not To Summon A Demon Lord?
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So I was talking to my girlfriend about pregnant elves, and my mind drifted to the unofficial rules supplement for Dungeons and Dragons 3.5, the Book of Erotic Fantasy.
This book has a lot of goodies for those with our tastes, it's got charts for what races can successfully breed, percentage chance of conception, duration of pregnancy… Plus it's even got some magic spells that guarantee pregnancy if used.
Anyway, according to the chart, elven pregnancy lasts two full years, which is pretty amazing I think. But she pointed out that elves live for hundreds of years, so that's probably not that long for them.
I DID THE MATH!
Using the numbers presented here and the average life spans in the 3.5 players handbook, here's what I came up with. These are based on average natural life span.
Human lifespan averages about 80 years and are pregnant for 9 months, this is about .93% of a human's lifespan. Okay?
An elf has an average lifespan of about 550 years, so a 24 month pregnancy is actually just .18% of their life span.
That's, from their perspective, five times faster than a human would perceive their pregnancy. In terms of real time, it would be like a pregnancy that came to term in five weeks. That's a pretty rapid pregnancy!
But it gets better.
Elsewhere in the book, it explains that a pregnancy carrying a half-elf lasts half as long as, so an elf that gets knocked up by a human is only pregnant for 12 months.
So from the elven perspective, that's like carrying a pregnancy to term in just two and a half weeks.
That's like…Finding out you're pregnant and due to give birth in half of a month.
I've got a couple more tidbits.
Fey creatures, like nymphs, satyrs, sprites and dryads are all compatible with almost everything, and have a 100% chance of pregnancy occurring.
Nymphs are the most interesting of these, because their gestation period is actually a random die roll. Specifically 1d12 months.
So a nymph, which has 100% chance of pregnancy resulting, can carry a pregnancy to full term in anywhere from one month to one year.
So if a Nymph impregnates an elf, that pregnancy could last just a month, which is basically an insant pregnancy straight to labor for an elf.
For some reason that sounds hot as hell, and I want to see a POV fic of that.
Although I do want to know why you and your GF have casual conversation about pregnant elves, but I envy you.
We don't have entirely aligning fetishes, but there's enough overlap that we mutually enjoy filthy, filthy cybering.
You are a lucky, lucky man, also what are you planning to do with all that enlightening information?
As a GM and a writer, there's a lot of in-universe impetus for this. Elves don't experience time faster than humans do, rather it is their fey heritage that makes them hyper-focus on EVERYTHING and for about seven times longer than any human would.
Remember how a unit in high school English might focus on a particular book for a month? Elves would comb through the details of THAT book for effectively an entire school year, studying every nuance down to the binding chosen, the relationships the author had, the music inspired by that "great literary work", the emotions felt in every scene.
Pregnancy for any fey is only an inconvenience because it breaks their concentration and focus on whatever they happen to be doing. The village will raise the child (some elves specifically become caregivers as a job) so they end up caring about it very little. "Oops, I had a kid. Moving on. Back to cataloging this previously lost collection of leaves."
>>56990>oops I had a kid
I think long pregnancies and casualness over the effort of it would really help a lot with my issues with brood mothers. Can be constantly pregnant AND still have a reasonable relationship with each individual child.
I'm fine with either of these arrangements.
Both is good.