Slime creatures have been a staple of tabletop roleplaying games since 1974 when the Dungeons & Dragons boxed set (Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson) introduced them.
While there was no image in the Monsters & Treasure booklet contained within the set, imagining their large, gooey bodies wasn’t a challenge when items like Mattel’s Slime was being played with my millions of kids.
It was perhaps the popularity of D&D, Slime (which saw release in Japan in 1978) and movies like The Blob that propelled slime characters into video game RPGs in Japan, where they then further evolved into the cute gum drop type seen in so many JRPGs in the 80s. From there, it was a simple, hop, skip and a jump to the world of sexualizing them. (If you remember how nice the Slime felt like in your hand, it’s not so hard to imagine where else that cool, dripping, engulfing texture might also feel good.)
Enter Slime Girls (sometimes known as Goo Girls).
Two themes seem to run in the Slime Girl category. The first is the slime that sexually penetrates (or is penetrated) and then devours her prey, and the second, the Slime Girl lover who accepts the ejaculate of her lover. The first theme centers around vore (more on that subject in a later post) and the second is the exhibition of male orgasm within the Slime Girl (female) body, which itself has been a popular theme in erotic manga and comics for the last decade or so.
Internal or cut-away images displaying the money shot within the female womb are rife in the world of hentai games, manga and other media. As Slime Girls have naturally transparent (and often colorful) bodies, there is no need to recreate the visual stimulation of the orgasm (which in itself is a very powerful and gratifying act) in a side or bubble image along with the original.
In the fiction narrative, slime characters make both great protagonists (with special powers or armored suits) and antagonists (as creatures capable of great deception and patience). They can be aliens, urban legends, dungeon beasts and so much more. They are agents of class strife or discrimination, inter-species love stories, interstellar wars or the special ingredient in a rare elixir; the list is nearly endless, with only the imagination limiting their roles in the world of fantasy.
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