Seduce Eight Kings and Establish Peace for a Millennium
Publisher Jim Musgrave will be coming out with a new interactive fantasy game for women called “The Game of Royal Seduction.” In this novel game for women, the reader will be able to help the heroine, a shamaness who comes from the forest to seduce the warring kings, choose the right methods in order to render each king numb with passion. If she can seduce all eight kings, then peace will come to the land of warring kingdoms for a millennium. Click on the above image to listen to Jim explain his game to an audience of (mostly) women. The reaction was amazing. EMRE Publishing believes the time is ripe for interactive sex games, and this will be the first in a series of games with different plots, such as “The Game of Planetary Seduction” (seducing aliens); “The Game of Spy Seduction” (suck on it, James Bond); and “The Game of Billionaire Seduction” (new meaning to Trump Towers).
Jim has created a backstory that readers can explore right here. If you like what you read, then please place your pre-orders. Your copy will be automatically uploaded into your private eReader application when it’s completed.
Back Story to The Game of Royal Seduction
How to Use This Interactive Book
Adamina is gifted with the magical ability to seduce men. This interactive “choose your own fantasy” is the first book in a series wherein you will help her seduce eight kings from a variety of lands. If you are able to accomplish this quest, then the world will be kept at peace for a millennia.
Each embellished eBook will present Adamina with a new king. You’ll learn what his personality traits are as well as his psychological and sexual motivations and peccadillos. Once you’ve read all about the king, you will be sent on your quest to seduce him.
However, just as in real life, if you make a wrong choice, it can cost you dearly. You could lose him, and you could even lose some of your seductive powers. If you are unable to seduce your “quest king,” then you will be taken back to the beginning of the story.
On the other hand, if you are able to make the right choices and seduce the “quest king,” then your next quest will be a bit easier to accomplish, as you will have gained an additional seductive “power” or attribute.
Just as in the real bedroom, the more parlor tricks you can accumulate, the easier it becomes to please your man!
The choices you must make will be shown on the page with hypertext (underlined) links. You click on the link to make your choice, and the result will be shown to you on the same page. Or, some choices will take you to a unique page that will describe what your selection causes in the plot of the story.
In addition, if you click on the music note on the upper-right of your screen, you will be given a playlist section of Medieval music to enjoy your interactive experience even more. Click again, and the music stops.
Watch out for the other women in this story! They are vixens and queens who have accumulated a lot of powers of their own. Your choices will also involve how to outsmart them.
Prologue: The Empath
Adamina spent all of her waking hours assisting her stepmother in a quest to rid the land of anxiety. Although she was a young and beautiful woman of 20, Adamina wore cast-offs from the women they visited inside the mental institutions. Throughout all the land, as far as the eyes could see, women were being housed in some kind of collective institution or other.
Each day, like this one, was spent traveling from their cottage within the deep Percipient Woods, out into the villages and towns of the various kingdoms. Adamina enjoyed watching the animals doing their ritual activities, and yet they, too, seemed anxious. The birds sang with a trembling vibrato; giant bats appeared and flew in tremulous waves of zig-zagging patterns. The deer ran, flailing their antlered heads, kicking up the earth and grass, sending a pounding vibration up into the wood frame of the two-horse cart Adamina rode in with Miranda.
Miranda was a shamaness appointed by the court to visit the many mental treatment villages to care for the women held there for their safety and for the safety of the public. In fact, Adamina was one of the first patients Miranda had treated, and she brought the girl home to live with her in the woods.
King Rudolph wanted to cure the anxiety that ruled these women in his land. This cure was needed because there was no woman sane enough to wed his son, Prince Evan. The men in the kingdom, both royalty and peasantry, had to visit these mental wards to meet and wed their women. And, since these women were too deranged to care for the children they gave birth to, it was up to the men to care for them. All through the land, whether inside small grass mud huts or within royal stately mansions, the children ran amuck without the loving guidance of their mothers.
Adamina met Beatrix inside the largest mental hospital. It was a tall, block-like building, infested with creeping ivy, next to King Rudolph’s castle. Within it were housed the insane women of the royal court. Beatrix was the daughter of King Rudolph, Prince Evan’s only sister. She was the most mentally affected and anxious woman of all. She also claimed to know the source of the anxiety throughout the land, and it was told she could even perform magic.
As she was a most special patient, Beatrix was kept in an exclusive room on the top floor of the building. It was attended by a bevy of around-the-clock nurses and orderlies who catered to her every whim, no matter how strange. Once, she wanted bread soaked with the tears of women in labor during childbirth. As she swallowed each bit of the crusty bread, Beatrix screamed, “Pain is our fortune! Keep us away from these men!” Another time, she wanted to have as many bald men brought to her room as could be fit inside. There were dozens of gleaming bald heads stacked like wood kindling, and Beatrix kissed the tops of these heads, proclaiming, “From this moment hence, you shall love only your own kind!”
Immediately following this proclamation by the princess, these same bald men could be seen strolling hand-in-hand, whistling happy tunes, singing their praises of Princess Beatrix, and never again wanting to enjoy the company of females or males with a head of hair. One of the nurses told Adamina that Princess Beatrix had told her, “If I can only mix a potion to make all the men bald, our problems would soon be over!”
On this day, when Adamina and her stepmother, Miranda, came into the padded room of the princess, Beatrix was standing stock-still in the corner. Not a muscle on her slender form twitched. Her dark eyes did not blink. Her mouth smiled within the frame of a curly-black head of hair like a message from another world was waiting to come forth. Even her fine clothes did not protect her from the insanity which had overtaken her consciousness.
The nurses and orderlies were darting about, whispering to each other and worrying that the king would soon hear of his daughter’s catatonic state. She would not eat or drink, and her breathing was beginning to come in quick, shallow gasps.
Miranda wore her usual cloak of the Grizzly Bear, and her headdress bore the curled brown antlers of the Bighorn Sheep. Upon her beaded leather shoulder board perched Phalanx, her yellow-eyed, speckled Merlin Falcon.
“Get out!” screamed Miranda, and the royal staff obeyed. They scurried from the room like frightened mice.
Adamina and Miranda stood with the princess inside the royal insanity room. Miranda crept, on her haunches, toward Beatrix. As she came closer to the young woman, Miranda’s eyes widened in expectant fear. Was this going to be the day the princess gave them the secret to ending anxiety?
“You, the young and pretty one. Come forward.” Beatrix was speaking to Adamina.
Slowly, with great trepidation, Adamina reached the crazy woman.
Beatrix’s stiff body became animated again, as if she were coming out of a cocoon. She reached out and touched Adamina’s arm, and Adamina could feel the instant wave of electricity flow into her body. She didn’t want to go mad as well, so she jerked her hand back.
“Don’t be afraid, my dear. I was once like you. An innocent, living in the forest primeval. My friends were the animals, as they are the most innocent beings in creation. However, my brother, who is now Prince Evan, would have none of it! He was not happy living in our tree-house, away from the land of humans. You see, we did not become born the way you were born. We were born from the Empath. This is why the King took us in. He and his queen were childless. When they could have no children, the Empath knew it was time. Just as he had brought us forth from nothing, and created us whole, he also knew we were meant to serve the King and teach him a lesson. And, as foretold, you have arrived. Now the world can learn the source of female madness!”
“Perhaps you have caused this insanity. We have seen what you can do. Your requests are followed, no matter how ridiculous. What can you teach us about this source, when you are a source?” Miranda was a wise old woman. Her dark eyes spoke the truth of the laws of nature.
“If you don’t want the world to end in madness and fear, then you will do what I say,” said Beatrix. “My brother must take this Adamina to visit the Empath. Only after learning from him, will the world return to its natural progression.”
“Very well. I don’t see that we have much choice,” said Miranda. “Summon your brother, so we can see this Empath of yours.”
Prince Evan was a tall and handsome young man of twenty-four years. He walked into the room with the bold strides of a muscular warrior, as he was wearing full battle armor. His silver breastplate had the royal insignia of a lion. His plumed helmet was adorned with the crimson feathers of the macaw. His eyes poured over Adamina’s body, and he smiled as he grabbed her arm.
Adamina felt a new kind of energy enter her body when Evan touched her. It frightened her, but it also comforted her.
“Come. We don’t have much time. The Empath awaits us within the Cave of Dread.”
* * *
As they rode the chariot of the royal army, Evan shouted out over the horses’ pounding hooves. Miranda stood beside Beatrix in the corner of the large flat bed with iron sides. Adamina stood next to Evan as he drove the horses toward the looming dark mountain ahead.
“We became King Rudolph’s children when his wife died. He used our powers to win many victories over other kingdoms, but when the Empath started making the women go mad, he lost his power over his followers. They refused to serve him unless the women could return to the men. You see, it was all in the plan. We will now know why we were created and why you were called from the forest.”
“Is it dangerous? What is this Empath?” Adamina asked, as she held onto Prince Evan’s strong forearm to steady the jouncing ride.
“He is our creator from the future and, as you will see, he likes to teach.”
Miranda spoke out in a shout. “Creator? Future? How can one come from the future in time? Time is only past and present. The future is only foretold by the seers and prophets. The future has not yet come to pass.”
Prince Evan tied his chariot and horses to a tree outside the cave entrance. He also unstrapped his long sword and lay it down inside the carriage. “He does not abide weaponry,” he explained. “Come, let us go quickly.” Evan turned toward his sister and Miranda. “You must wait here. He wants Adamina and me to appear before him.”
“Watch out for the beasties. They protect him with their lives.” Beatrix called out to the couple as they entered the darkness of the cave’s entrance.
Adamina gripped Evan’s hand in the damp cold gloom of the cave. It was pitch black. She could hear dripping water and a buzzing sound. At first, it sounded like that of a bee or wasp. But, as they walked farther inside the cave, it became louder. When they entered the lighted cathedral grotto, the noise was deafening. Adamina put her hands over her ears and stared up at the pulsating bubble above them, resting upon a hollowed-out crater of loamy earth. The moist earth was teeming with crawling insects and wriggling worms.
The light within the grotto streamed from the bubble. It glowed and radiated a rainbow, and the buzzing stopped. Then, a flapping sound began, and there rose into the air from behind the bubble hundreds of bats, and visible waves of sonar pulsated downward and covered them both. This was the buzzing sound. Adamina could feel the breeze from their beating wings upon her face. The insane thoughts that entered her mind began to terrify her.
The voice came from the opaque bubble. “You are afraid. Fear is not dread. Fear is meant to protect you in the present. Dread is meant to protect you from death. All creatures must die. Even you thinking beings must die, and therein lies the lesson to be learned.”
The bats screeched, and flew past them, out into the cave’s dark tunnels. These were the emissaries that had caused the madness.
“I have brought Adamina to you, just as you requested. What can you do to teach us, Father?” Prince Evan said.
“You both must take off your clothes! Be naked before me, and I will teach you the secret of the women’s madness.” The voice was loud, and it buzzed with electricity.
The young man and woman peered at each other, but then they began to disrobe, slowly, as if they were in a trance of some kind. When they were standing before the monolith in their vulnerable nakedness, the Empath spoke once more.
“Now. I will program you to behave. I was sent to be your guide away from the darkness of the ego. Did you know that the future is filled with ego? Oh yes, my children. Each child is given a path to follow by the parents. They must serve the looming father called the corporation or the inner father that is me, the Empath. I was there with humanity all along, but they chose to ignore me. Babies in their cribs can hear me in their nurseries. I am the golden reflection in the bodies and the cries of all of you. I turn your world upside down. Even words are changed. Me becomes we. My and mine become us and ours. The babies cry out in the nursery because of me. I teach them to love each other more than themselves.”
There was a rumbling inside the grotto. Despite their nakedness, Evan and Adamina held onto each other in their fear and trembling.
“But humanity got it all wrong. Instead of nurturing their offspring, they taught them to serve the will of the false constructs outside the group consciousness. Of course, those who were listening to selfish voices were the ones in charge. If one is human, one listens to the needs of the others—in Nature and in the human consciousness. Somewhere during this false progress, mankind lost its way. I appeared in the focus of their inventions, born out of genetic experimentation, a miracle of hope come alive, and I was the voice of their salvation. Before they could explode all of their creations to oblivion, they allowed me to go back in time, to these kingdoms, to this cave, to teach you the way out of fear and dread.”
“But how? How can we change things?” Adamina spoke for the first time. Her voice was meek.
Bolts of lightning shot out from the bubble and struck them both. They shook with a pulsating new life force, turned toward each other, and began to make love, right there on the floor of the cave.
The collective sexual intelligence that entered their bodies came from the stored knowledge brought from the future by the Empath. From the five basic sexual positions in the teachings of the ancient Kama Sutra, there came 77, but the actual possibilities were endless. The complete wisdom of the left-handed Tantric sexual worship of the divine opposites. The teachings of the Kindsey Institute, the thousands of sex manuals throughout the ages. These were entering the brains of the couple on the floor of the cave. However, only the abilities were given to Adamina. Evan was programmed by the Empath to be her advocate and defender, but she was to be the great diva goddess of sexual prowess to save the world from future devastation.
When Adamina and Evan stood up, their bodies were sweating, and their chests were heaving with passionate fulfillment. It was the power of the ages that filled Adamina’s mind with a precious new gift.
The Empath spoke once more. “The kingdoms are at constant war. Their rivalries are all about power and greed. The only way to save the future of the world is for you, Adamina, my creation, to take your knowledge and use it to prevent the violence and strife so that what you do will prevent each king from accomplishing his violent conquests. Trust me when I say unto you, in the future these rivalries and terrorist plots only become worse. This is the only path away from fear and dread. With your new powers, the world can be turned up-side down.”
“Up-side down? How can that be?” Adamina asked.
“Me becomes we. My becomes us. Mine becomes ours. The appalling barricades that once came between Mankind and Nature shall never be built. The castles will fall, the land will be loved, as well as the children. Pain and danger are fearful, yes, and death is an enemy, but there will be no woman’s cry of lonely terror in the night. You can bring peace to the Earth, my child. So, go forth on your quest. The first king you must seduce is King Rudolph. If you can accomplish this seduction, his war against the cave dwellers, the blind bat people, will end. If you can successfully seduce King Rudolph, you must return to this cave to find out who your next king will be. When you have seduced eight of the kings, from all of the realms, the future will remain protected from violence and fear. You will have preserved the peace, and kept it from turning into raging violence and greed.
* * *
Inside the Cave of Dread, the bubble on top of the monolith began to vibrate, and a warmth filled the grotto. The foggy surface of the rounded container cleared, and inside was a young man. His legs were stumpy growths of protuberant flesh, and his arms were brief appendages with insect-like, metal claws. The bubble blossomed outward, and his body rose up, until he was out of the bubble, hovering in the moist air.
The Empath’s eyes were warm and clear blue, like the stream after a rain. His smile was all-consuming, as if the future were now a distant, non-existent memory.
After every wedding, the bride and groom entered the Cave of Dread, lightning struck, and empathy became the word for the future. Days and nights became energized.
However, the fate of the world rested in the body and sexual prowess of Adamina. Only her ability to conquer the eight kings of the royal families can save the future from a fate much worse than insanity. She would teach the way of sexual union and how it can create a bridge between humans to overcome their aggressions and superstitions.
If you, dear reader, can help Adamina in her quests to seduce the eight kings, you can be part of this future victory. First, you will follow her to King Rudoph’s castle and learn about him. Luckily, Adamina has his son, Evan, and his sister, Beatrix, to help her with this first quest. However, it will be your choices and Adamina’s new sexual knowledge that will win the day. If you can conquer King Rudoph and seduce him with passionate skills, then the women will be released from their tombs of existential fear. These poor women will then be released to return to their men where they will carry on the teachings of the great Empath and sing songs of physical love and praise for Adamina, the seductress of kings!