Last of Us: Homecoming Scenario
This is an indoor, role play scenario inspired by Abby from the Last of Us Part Two video game. You'll be stepping into Abby's shoes, coming home to your partner after a tough patrol. This scene is set in the month of October with the chilling weather of Seattle serving as an atmospheric backdrop.Add to favorites
- You walk through the door, shrugging off your heavy patrol gear and dirty outerwear. You see your partner waiting for you. The familiar sight brings you an indescribable sense of relief, and without missing a step, you make your way over to them.
- For a moment, you two simply bask in each other's company, ignoring the harsh reality that lurks beyond your dwelling. Then, you take charge, expressing your longing for your partner through passionate kisses, picking them up and guiding them towards the bedroom.
- This scenario is artfully punctuated by moments of unexpected tenderness. Amid passionate exchanges, pause to brush a stray lock of hair from your partner's face, or simply hold them, whispering words of reassurance and love.
- To fully dive into the experience, establish the game's apocalyptic ambiance in your living space. Turn the lights down, maybe even light some candles for atmospheric lighting. Dress up in combat-inspired outfits to channel Abby.
- You can also incorporate pertinent soundtrack or sound effects from the game, creating a more immersive environment.
- Discuss the consent, boundaries, and safe words with your partner before kicking off the scenario. Emphasize on maintaining an open line of communication throughout the scenario.
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- Remember, role-playing should always be a fun and safe experience for both you and your partner. Always keep the lines of communication open and be sure to respect each other's boundaries.
- Explore the dynamic of Abby's character - her cockiness, her survivalist skills - and how this impacts her interactions with her partner. Also, capitalize on the tension and anticipation this type of post-apocalyptic scenario presents.
- Lastly, don't feel obliged to follow the script to the letter. Allow for a natural progression and follow through with what feels right and comfortable for both you and your partner.