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Oblate, Oblation, or Mixed usage?
“The Oblation” tends to depersonify more, while “The Oblate” can also do so, “Oblate” alone would be more of a personal name rather than being just an object.
An Oblate is one who affirms to server for a period time or a lifetime. Oblation as in an offering not a sacrifice involving a living person being killed.
See the bottom for full reference material on Oblate, Oblation, and notes on how the religious connotations will be modified to fit the Lovecraft modes.
Oblation Character Section
The captive, the Oblation, is the harder part to deal with as I said. While one’s natural tendencies may lead you towards play in those areas, it is still only play. Portraying it as real has a grave shift in tone, and even though it is the context of fiction we want to be sure and present the good aspect of such a relationship if it were consensual.
The actress portraying this so far has passed my criteria for stability before doing scenes such as these, but we have yet to do an in person interview and test shoot. However we have a few different scenes as a start on what happens to this character.
So we have the archetype "victim" role, but what else is there besides being a victim about this character?
Actresses preference: Teacher/student theme - Creepy, obsessive, passionate, and disturbing stalker
A victim is helpless, defenseless, voiceless. I would like this stalker to maybe rape me at my home & then kidnap me & place me in captivity & make me his sex slave
So for this to move to the Blacklight Bar it shows that she is in the lifestyle already, and most likely the captivity would be even further covered by the fact that the people would be used to her being there.
Additionally there is cross over with the Assassin, where she is aware of the need for this character to change over but does not agree with the methods used.
Characters in this Scene:
The stalker character is the gas masked bar owner. this is not the same exact char as you see in Maniac Loveseat, as with all things from there those are improv, unscripted version of reality and not cannon.
Motivations are based off the pupae transitional nature of the the character, however the motive must remain hidden from the object of the transformation. to actually inform is to break the cycle and the consequences are worse than the process.
Transformation is achieved via capture, forced sex in public and private, captivity, caging, and rough treatment with pinching, taunting, insults, and humiliation. This play towards the actresses natural inclinations.
The effects on the char are severe but something that is dealt with and no matter the stress taken on by him while maintaining the pressure and captivity on the subject. In some cases, and often for the wrong or misguided reasons, the unthinkable is perpetrated upon an individual. What if it is more important for the transformation to happen than it is for the sanity of all involved to be maintained, and even ride the ragged edge of mental health.
While it does not have to be universe ending, it does have to be enough to allow this character’s natural caring nature to shift into the archtype of captor and abuser. Triage is key here, making sure that it is a case of doing what must be done for what can be saved, as opposed to allowing personal feelings to allow it all to burn.
The standard crying then squaring of the shoulders can be very effective here, esp as we discussed (Poetesseract and I) with the emotions being something shown only rarely.
In many ways it is easier to encompass the abuser side of this into that mode of “it must be done for the greater good” than it is to then take another step and say the abused, the one in captivity and having no choice, then loves what is happening and welcomes it.
While teacher student is the actresses preference, it will have to be a non traditional mode. My preference is to shift to where she works in the blacklight bar, instead of school it’s a mentor role perhaps. Done seriously instead of the usual tropes like playing it for laughs or presenting it as the standard "corruption" scene. Move to mentor at work modality.
Scene - Stalking
The main aspect of this setting is to make sure it’s not played too young, it has to be clear from the outset that this is a young woman. Studio wise watching through the windows of the basement, into the animal room set, or possibly using the wooden shower set instead so as to not invoke the imagery of that room.
This is a great opportunity to set in the viewers minds the aspect of her that was already into being a slave. While flashbacks can delve into it more deeply, the stalking is a fairly good setup to show she is a sexualy mature woman.
Scene - Capture
Force? Shock and surprise. Binding. The initial forced sex could be in this section but not as full session, forced masturbation session?
Scene - Blacklight Bar
The final place for her focal point will of course be the blacklight bar, where she will be in sexual performances on stage.
For example while you are silent and gagged would you like the stalker to not only be using you as a sex slave but also verbally abusing you? Not standard "you're a slut" kind of thing that is much to tame for the scenario, but for example taunting her with her captivity and slavery, and how wet she gets being "raped", etc. Perhaps taunting her with how he planned it, secretly watched her shower or even masturbate? It can be broken up across the scenes too, some during the actual capture and then during the captivity and "forced sex show" in the blacklight bar. Voiceless with or without a gag?
The performers are really the stalker and his abductee, and "everyone" thinks it's part of the show. Quotes around everyone because we are going to add in any crowd in post production
Actress Note: Very wet, i like the taunting like how he planned it. Wet, with a gag
Scenario: Feeling you tied up and dripping wet against my fingers. Force a hot little vibrating toy into you, grinding it into that nasty little crotch until you scream around your fucking gag as your pussy spasms with cum. I'll smack your tight labia until the tears of joy come.
Reference Points on Name/Concept
An oblate in Christian monasticism (especially Roman Catholic, Orthodox and Anglican) is a person who is specifically dedicated to God or to God's service. Currently, oblate has two meanings:
Oblate has had various particular uses at different periods in the history of the Church. The children vowed and given by their parents to the monastic life, in houses under the Rule of St. Benedict, were commonly known by the name during the century and a half when the custom was in vogue, and the councils of the Church treated them as monks—that is, until the Council of Toledo (656) forbade their acceptance before the age of ten and granted them free permission to leave the monastery, if they wished, when they reached the age of puberty. The term puer oblatus (used after the Tenth Council of Toledo) is used to describe an oblate who had not yet reached puberty and thus had a future opportunity to leave the monastery, though puer oblatus can also refer to someone entering an abbey. At a later date the word "oblate" was used to describe such lay men or women as were pensioned off by royal and other patrons upon monasteries or benefices, where they lived as in an almshouse or homes.
In the eleventh century, Abbot William of Hirschau or Hirsau, in the old Diocese of Spires, introduced lay brethren into the monastery. They were of two kinds: the fratres barbati or conversi, who took vows but were not claustral or enclosed monks, and the oblati, workmen or servants who voluntarily subjected themselves, whilst in the service of the monastery, to religious obedience and observance.
Afterwards, the different status of the lay brother in the several orders of monks, and the ever-varying regulations concerning him introduced by the many reforms, destroyed the distinction between the conversus and the oblatus.
The Cassinese Benedictines, for instance, at first carefully differentiated between conversi, commissi and oblati; the nature of the vows and the forms of the habits were in each case specifically distinct. The conversus, the lay brother properly so called, made solemn vows like the choir monks, and wore the scapular; the commissus made simple vows, and was dressed like a monk, but without the scapular; the oblatus made a vow of obedience to the abbot, gave himself and his goods to the monastery, and wore a sober secular dress.
But, in 1625, we find the conversus reduced below the status of the commissus, inasmuch as he was permitted only to make simple vows and that for a year at a time; he was in fact undistinguishable, except by his dress, from the oblatus of a former century. Then, in the later Middle Ages,oblatus, confrater, and donatus became interchangeable titles, given to any one who, for his generosity or special service to the monastery, received the privilege of lay membership, with a share in the prayers and good works of the brethren.
Canonically, only two distinctions were ever of any consequence: first, that between those who entered religion "per modum professionis" and "per modum simplicis conversionis" the former being monachi and the later oblati; secondly, that between the oblate who was "mortuus mundo"("dead to the world," that is, who had given himself and his goods to religion without reservation), and the oblate who retained some control over his person and his possessions – the former only (plene oblatus) was accounted a persona ecclesiastica, with enjoyment of ecclesiastical privileges and immunity (Benedict XIV, "De Synodo Dioce.", VI).
Oblation, an offering (Late Latin oblatio, from offerre, oblatum, to offer), a term, particularly in ecclesiastical usage, for a solemn offering or presentation to God.
The Latin Vulgate, and following this many English versions such as the KJV, 1611, uses the word to stand for the meal offering under the Law of Moses.
Roman Catholic usage
It is thus applied to certain parts of the Eucharistic service in the Roman Church. The term is also used in the liturgy of some other churches (for example, the Church of England's Eucharistic Prayer 'C').
In the Roman rite, there are two oblations: the lesser oblation, generally known as the offertory, in which the bread and wine yet unconsecrated are presented, and the greater oblation, the oblation proper, forming the latter part of the prayer of consecration, when the Body and Blood are ceremonially presented.
The word oblate is an ecclesiastical term for persons who have devoted themselves or have been devoted as children by their parents to a monastic life. Oblate is more familiar in the Catholic Church as the name of a Religious Congregation of secular or diocesan priests, the Oblate Fathers of St. Charles. They are placed under the absolute authority of the bishop of the diocese in which they are established and can be employed by him on any duties he may think fit. This congregation was founded in 1578 under the name of Oblates of the Blessed Virgin and St. Ambrose by St.Charles Borromeo, Archbishop of Milan.
A similar congregation of secular priests, the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, was founded at Marseilles in 1815.
Sacrifice is the offering of food, objects or the lives of animals or people to a higher purpose or to God or the gods as an act of propitiation or worship.
While sacrifice often implies ritual killing, the term offering (Latin oblatio) can be used for bloodless sacrifices of cereal food or artifacts. For offerings of liquids (beverages) by pouring, the term libation is used.
An oblate spheroid is a rotationally symmetric ellipsoid having a polar axis shorter than the diameter of the equatorial circle whose plane bisects it. Oblate spheroids stand in contrast to prolate spheroids.
It can be formed by rotating an ellipse about its minor axis, forming an equator with the end points of the major axis. As with all ellipsoids, it can also be described by the lengths of three mutually perpendicular principal axes, which are in this case two arbitrary equatorial semi-major axes and one semi-minor axis.
An everyday example of an oblate spheroid is the shape of confectionery such as Smarties or M&M's. The shape of the Earth is very close to that of an oblate spheroid. Though local topography deviates from this idealized spheroid, on a global scale these deviations are very small.