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"To: Superintendent, Grainer National Park

From: Sergeant Grace Ashfield, Special Enforcement Supervisor
Subject: Third Shift Incidents, Bee Activity

Last night I had another run in with some of the local "Bees". This is the fourth time this month our evening patrols have encountered these creatures outside their designated zone. As you know this previous spring has seen a steady increase of local sightings of so-called "aliens" outside the perimeter fence. While these sightings were not unheard of in the past this year has seen a significant spike in activity. They generally appear after sunset although I've heard from the First Shift Supervisor that some of his team have heard loud buzzing in the trees around the number of vacant campsites.

The "Bees" tend to stay out of sight and seem to be scouting the Park grounds, which would be fine if we didn't have several missing persons cases a season. I know that might not sound like a lot but compared to almost every other National Park that's an insanely high number. We can't have campers just go missing in the middle of the night, people are going to start asking questions and my team can't handle too many enquiries.

My question to you is what do you expect me to do? Just last week we had a female jogger go missing then later that same week her boyfriend disappeared. These bees are becoming a problem that we can't handle with the resources we have. The fence around the mountain is useless because, as I pointed out at the initial planning meeting last year, these things can fly.

As an example of the problem, last night I encountered two of the "Bees" skulking around the tree line along Path 4 on the east side of the lake. When I approached the pair, they tried to lure me into the forest with somewhat questionable methods as seen from the above picture. I attempted to detain them but before I could restrain either of the two they flew off into the forest.

So, I ask again, what do you expect me to do? I suggest raiding their Hive but it's your call."

You can read more about these bees in  Entering the Hive Part 1---Captured---
The woods had been surprisingly well lit, the moon hung low and bright. Chris stopped at one of the seemingly randomly placed benches along the hiking trail. Pale light that might have rivaled the sun on a cloudy day made tonight’s search easier.
Chris rubbed his forehead in exhaustion. For the past few days he’d been walking the wooded paths of Grainer National Park looking for his girlfriend Kait. Earlier in the week she’d disappeared after leaving the house to go for one of her routine jogs through the park. The police had been useless, it had been like they didn’t actually want to find her. First they’d said “Well we’ll need her to be missing for at least twenty-four hours.” Then they’d just clapped their hands together in relief when a letter arrived from Kait explaining the whole situation. It turned out that she’d simply decided that she needed to travel to clear her head and change up her routine.
Chris

Have fun!
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phantomdotexe Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Writer
I am in love. There's something that's always had my attention when it comes to sci-fi fetish stuff, and these aliens are really top-notch! I'm sure that their rubbery hive will have no shortage of units... 
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RubberLink Featured By Owner 21 hours ago
I'd say so :D
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:iconkylite:
kylite Featured By Owner 3 days ago
The Hive grows steadily with every passing month. Who knows maybe someone will try to do something about it. Clearly more study is required!
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phantomdotexe Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Writer
I wonder if, like ants, they ever compete with other hives for influence, resources... and of course, for milk-producing victims? :meow: 
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kylite Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Perhaps! Perhaps there are also other species like these Bees somewhere out there... ;)
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SigurdsGuide Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017  Hobbyist Writer
Nicely done, and very interesting.
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:iconrubberlink:
RubberLink Featured By Owner 21 hours ago
Thanks! Glad you think so :)
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:iconkylite:
kylite Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017
This piece came out great! Love it. Thanks for the hard work. :)
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:iconrubberlink:
RubberLink Featured By Owner 21 hours ago
My pleasure, it was very fun to draw!
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YRPOtaku169 Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017  Student Writer
Out of curiosity, which one is the former male?
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:iconkylite:
kylite Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017
Neither actually! These are the sweet lil drones that picked him up in part one of Entering the Hive. :)
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:iconyrpotaku169:
YRPOtaku169 Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017  Student Writer
Ahh. Do formerly male drones look identical to their sisters?
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:iconkylite:
kylite Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017
Not entirely. They tend to keep certain male traits depending on what kind of Bee Drone they become. I'm still working specifics of the process.
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Rossem-Klyn Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017
I'm tempted to say the one on the left =)
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Alastor989 Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2017
In the end it doesnt matter, because they will be feminised anyway. Some nice breasts and cute pussy lips to hide that useless thing between their legs:)
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Rossem-Klyn Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2017
Not sure =)
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