Dryads are amazing creatures. They are not only very close to nature - they are Nature. Fru-chan for many years was the guardian and goddess of the forest, located not far from the human settlement of Noor, which still adores the religion of Elianor, which calls for love regardless of gender, type and size. People occasionally came to the forest to ask Fru-chan for permission to harvest fruits or pick firewood, or simply show their respect to a mighty spirit.
It seemed that this will always be so. But even such a powerful being as Fru-chan is not immune from natural disasters.
It is not known what caused that fire. The Dryad still remembers this terrible pain when her body was greedily devoured by the insatiable heat of the flame ...
But she did not perish forever. Driad`s soul can never die permanently - having lost a body, they settle into any tree and grow from it a new one. And although this body is still quite young and inexperienced, it is a forest goddess, Fru-chan.
It would seem - to grow, live and rejoice, restoring strength! But no, it was necessary to appear this fat caterpillar, which over and over again comes to Fru-chan at dinner! However, Jora- that's the name of this insatiable monster - is not so bad: Fru-chan is literally going crazy all over the warm and soft, and Jora is just the very embodiment of warmth and softness! As a result, this couple has a rather strange relationship: Frou-chan never misses the opportunity to squeeze his ever-hungry girlfriend, and Jora, in turn, is always happy to crunch up fresh and juicy leaves! And if she gets carried away - like on this comic book! - then the girlfriend can always grow up again, and then Jora can again squeeze (and nom) her sweet girlfriend!
PS: Fru-chan hates when their hugs end with a complete devouring of her. She still wants to grow up to an adult state, and she is always eaten!
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20 Feb 2018 10:46 CET
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