Originally Posted by Ask the Defender
Jayce did not falter, he had to accept his fate for hammering a woman.
"How long are you going to do this for? It doesn't ACTUALLY hurt, but it does indeed look painful... Why do you have to make it feel the exact opposite as it's supposed to?"
Jayce managed to flick something to his hammer. It was a small bead, designed to empower his hammer in times of need. The bead locked into the hammer, and the hammer erupted with power.
"You, bird! Use my hammer!"
Jayce just hoped he would use his hammer, if he didn't, he would just have to suffer horrible pain...
With a heavy sigh, LeBlanc rolled her eyes, "I thought you were supposed to be smart. It's called training, dear. I'm implanting in your subconscious so whenever you kiss someone, you feel as though it is a knife being twisted in your mouth. Whenever you are hurt? You will be aroused. Essentially, this is a point to be made. You don't. F***. With LeBlanc."
She watched the bead go by, completely unimpressed, "Oh wow, it's like I can't shift people's perception to what I want them to see.
Really, at the end of this session? You won't even remember this. You're going to remember what the other Jayce is experiencing. This is me putting forth a bit of effort."
In Lucas' point of view, Jayce's hammer started to spark. LeBlanc shrinked away from it, playfully laughing. She looked at Lucas with a carnal lust in her eyes, "It seems that he wants to knock me up with his mighty hammer. I would advise you to leave now, dear. It's going to get verrrry dirty."
LeBlanc flicked her hand, and a small object appeared in her palm. "This is called The Pear. It is a torture device meant to go into any
orifice I wish for it to go into."
She flicked her other hand, a heavy, iron, spiked ball appeared. It seemed to be openable by a metal flap. "This is another fun device, the Crusher. This straps onto your little hammer."
LeBlanc sighed, "So you have door number one, the Pear, door number two, the crusher, or the mystery door number three which I assure you involves neither of these or the connotation behind them. Your choice, Defender."