Bullet with Butterfly Wings


Key Two: Fetish:

Road stood in the doorway with something black and round in her hand. Allen strained his eyes for a better look. Wait a minute. What was that? The small silver spikes caught the dim light from above.

“Hello, Allen,” Road said. “I’ve got a little present for you.” She walked over and pulled him into sitting up. The monster took a tape measure and wrapped it around his neck. Allen looked her in the eye, confused. Road stayed focused on the tape measure.

“Hm…” she said. She took a closer look. Her lips curved into a smirk.

“Perfect,” Road said. She snatched away the tape measure and fastened on the collar. Road stood back and smirked.

“It looks great on you,” she said. Allen looked down at the black leather around his neck. So they were doing this? Did they have to go to this step? Of all of the…

Road clapped at him. “Come!” The angel looked up at her with wide eyes.

“Come!” she repeated. His body just moved on its own. What? Why am I doing this? Step. Step. Step. Step. Road smirked at him walking closer. He stood in front of her.

“Kneel,” she commanded him. Allen sank down onto his knees. She rested her hand on his head.

“Good boy,” she purred. The angel sneered.

“What… did you do to me?” he asked.

“Nothing,” she said. Allen gritted his teeth.

“Liar!” he hissed. His cheeks burned red as she stroked them.

“No,” she said. “This is all you. Remember?”

“No… No, you’re doing this. You have to be,” Allen said. His body began to tremble. His stomach turned.

“I am not,” Road said. “But you know the real reason yourself.” His eyes widened as he looked at the ground. Don’t tell me…

“Get on all-fours,” she commanded. A chill ran down his spine. No… Please don’t…

Allen’s hands sank down to the floor. He choked back the sensation of gagging. Road attached a black leash to his collar.

“We’re going for a little walk,” she said. Allen grimaced.

She was going to take him through the whole Tower. Road paraded Allen through the halls. Her demonic grin could scare the bravest of men. He looked like a frail dog. His collar felt like a noose. His mistress tugged on the leash.

“Come along,” she said. He had no choice to comply. Physical resistance was taken away from him. Oh no. What if he became hungry again? For now, Aizen was resting. No scratching. No clawing. No feeding. For now, Allen would have to cope. So far, no one was in site. Good enough for now.

The floor made his hands and knees ache. He should be used to this by now. But Road wasn’t going to make this walk easy, was she? Allen could only hope that none of the Escape Crew could see him. Road tugged on the leash.

“You’re slowing down!” she shouted. “Keep up the pace!” He couldn’t argue with her. Allen started to move a little bit faster.

“Better,” Road said. How long before Aizen woke up hungry? Allen worried that he wouldn’t be able to control himself when that happened. He looked over his shoulder before walking up to the elevator. Road pushed the down button. She smirked to herself as she had the perfect place that she wanted to go. The doors opened in front of them.

“Get on,” she ordered. Allen walked onto the cab. He sat down in the corner. The angel tried again to figure out why his body was moving on its own like this. It couldn’t be Aizen doing this. He’s resting right now. Was there mind control with this collar? He looked up at Road. She was content with this walk. Allen frowned to himself. How long would this walk be? His mistress pushed the down button.

First stop? Paradise, of course. The red jasmine perfume hit Allen in the face. His head began to swim. He drew in a breath as his eyes started to water. Road nudged him forward.

“Get going,” she said. He turned his head. She grinned at him. Allen sighed. He started walking into the hall. Road started to get deeper into the delight of everyone looking at them. The plush carpet felt slightly better on his hands and knees. But he knew that wasn’t going to last. The perfume in the air didn’t help either. Road hummed behind him. Aizen was still asleep at least.

He could hear the soft pounding of music playing further down the hall.

“Hm, I wonder what’s going on down there,” Road said. “Shall we go see?” Allen’s eyes widened. He shook his head on instinct.

“Aw come on,” Road said. “It could be fun.” She leaned down to his ear. “I wonder how your little friends in this tower could see you now.” The angel’s eyes grew wide. His body tensed up. All thought vanished from his head. His body started to move on its own again. Road took it all in.

She knocked on the door where the pretty angels were being kept. The whole time Allen sat on the ground with a blank stare in his eyes. Road pounded harder on the door.

“Coming!” Devi shouted from inside. Allen didn’t even look up when he heard the door open. Devi poked his head outside.

“What?” he asked. The monster Noah saw Road looking up at him, smiling.

“Oh, it’s you,” her brother said. “Did you want something?” Road held up her leash.

“Would you be so kind to let me show off my pet?” she asked. Devi looked down at Allen sitting on the floor.

“Heh,” was all he said. The monster moved away from the door.

“Thank you,” Road said, bowing her head. She walked into the room with Allen being dragged behind her.

The visit disappeared in a haze. The perfume in the room made his head hurt. His eyes began to water again. It felt like so many people were staring at him.

No, don’t… Don’t look at me like this. Please… Stop…

Road nudged him forward. Allen crawled as if in a daze. He started panting with every move. His body felt hot. Oh no… It’s coming again. He didn’t know if he could hold on much longer.


Road smacked Allen in the back of his head. The angel moved forward. All he could see eyes on him. His mind entered into a hazy place. Everything sounded like it was underwater. His vision blurred. Then there it was.

Scratch. Scratch. Scratch. Scratch.

When did he wake up? Aizen scratched the base of Allen’s skull. Allen’s body trembled. He tried to claw into the smooth tiled floor in vain. The angel finally collapsed onto the ground.

Road stood watching the whole time. She frowned with her eyes narrowed. Aizen was so close. But it wasn’t good enough. What would it take to get Aizen closer?

Looks like she would have to get creative.

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