Third verse, same as the Second. I'll be providing the prompts with a quick overview of the pools that they came from, without delving too much into the precise process. I'm still saving my game design observations for a single comprehensive post after Kinktober is done and dusted. Again, if you'd like to know how these were generated, I suggest taking a look at my Week 1 post.
Like last time, if you're a Tier 2 or higher patron, make sure you scroll down to volunteer for any available prompts that you like the look of! Days 15 and 16 have already been accounted for, so those unfortunately can't be volunteered for.
That said, there were still some highlights worth mentioning during this play session.
You'll notice first of all that there are 10 prompts this time! Each session added a fair bit of overhead to the process, and the batches of 7 would've needed a 5th session at the end of the month that I could do well without. I had considered doing some kind of wildcard variation in those three remaining days, but I couldn't come up with anything interesting and have been rather swamped with keeping up the pace through the first half of the month. If and when I revisit this challenge, I'll distribute them more evenly across the four batches.
Next, some prompts are actually made up of all 5 terms of the pool - I've marked the "extra" ones so that if anybody would like to try them out for themselves, you'll know what to exclude if combining them all at once proves too tricky. However, those pools seemed like a good fit for the ideas I came up with, and I figured I'd take on the extra challenge for the fun of it.
Last but by no means least, I actually got some help for this session from my friend Plushie! She was looking for any excuse to try out her new VR kit, and I thought it'd be fun to have someone around to influence the pool creation process a bit. It worked out even better than I'd anticipated, and the results were really fun, too.
Here's a few action shots of the process.
And finally, here are the upcoming prompts and the pools they came from.
Remember that you're still free to volunteer even if you've already been featured in a previous prompt, and that they'll be sold to others as YCH slots after October.
If you haven't already done so, please visit your profile page and add your contact details and offsite profile info - I'll need this information to get your express consent for any art rewards (including the Kinktober slots you've volunteered for) or relevant site projects in future.
If you'd like to volunteer for some of the upcoming slots, please consider pledging at Tier 2 or higher!