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Tom Thumb and his mentor, Merlin, travel the world in search of other tiny folk in the origin tale for The League of Homunculi.

Rated: PG
Categories: Adventure, Body Exploration, Entrapment, Gentle, Humiliation, Mouth Play, Violent Characters: None
Growth: None
Shrink: Minikin (3 in. to 1 in.)
Size Roles: None
Warnings: This story is for entertainment purposes only.
Challenges: None
Series: The League of Homunculi
Chapters: 5 Completed: Yes
Word count: 18989 Read: 28393
Published: April 15 2011 Updated: May 19 2011
Story Notes:

This is a somewhat unusual story but the idea has been kicking around my brain for some time now. It features a gathering of the famous "little people" of literature, an idea inspired by Alan Moore's graphic novel, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, which featured a similar grouping of literary characters.

This story explores how my team of miniature heroes first got together. It's inspired by fairy tales, legends, and crossover fiction. This is heavy on fantasy but with plenty of tiny people, fair damsels, and sexy stuff along the way. Hope some of you enjoy it.

2018 Update: I've posted a slightly revised version of this story with a few new scenes, some rewritten ones, and a name change for Thumbelina's husband (so as not to copy the Don Bluth movie as much).

1. Chapter 1 by Pixis [Reviews - 6] starstarstarstarstar (4474 words)

All characters are, to the best of my knowledge, public domain. And at any rate, I make no money off of this.

2. Chapter 2 by Pixis [Reviews - 1] starstarstarstarstar (2928 words)

3. Chapter 3 by Pixis [Reviews - 2] starstarstarstarstar (4081 words)

4. Chapter 4 by Pixis [Reviews - 3] starstarstarstarstar (3471 words)

5. Chapter 5 by Pixis [Reviews - 3] starstarstarstarstar (4035 words)

Here's the conclusion of the League's origin. It contains some foreshadowing for what may turn into League Book 4 (this dang thing's turning into a novel, LOL). As always, I really appreciate anyone who reads and comments on these stories. I know they're not the usual fare for the GTS scene.