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This is an ASMR role play audio created by Canadian ASMR voice actress Mother Macabre, who normally specializes in Darker and Edgier ASMR roleplay audio involving Dark Fantasy and Horror.

This is by far her longest series to date, featuring extensive world-building and character development. The first episode starts out as an atmospheric ASMR where an 11ft tall alien woman attends to the viewer and runs experiments on them. It quickly becomes apparent that she is not all there in the head when she coldly tells you that your species may not meet her society's standard for sapience, and talks about wanting to eat you, slathering her tongue all over your face, even when she admits that her behavior would be frowned upon by her crewmates and employer. While she does eventually stop and admit to her romantic feelings for you, your troubles are far from over.


A playlist has been made, allowing viewers to watch the series from beginning.

Tropes that apply to Alien Abduction Roleplay include:

  • Aggressive Submissive: The unnamed human becomes this, demanding that Ackt engage in risky mouthplay with them, even when she is increasingly apprehensive about it. This ends very badly for everybody on board the ship.
  • Alien Abduction: The very premise of the work.
  • Aliens Speaking English: Justified in that the aliens have a translator implant installed in their skulls permitting them to speak any language uploaded to their device, seeing that manually learning a language takes too long. Ackt also tells the human about the possibility of them getting their own too.
  • Alonewith The Psycho: Both humans' time alone with Ackt, since Ackt threatened to eat them during her visits to their cells, and even put them inside her mouth and tasted them each.
    • Evianporial invokes this by removing Ackt's venom glands to ensure she is more likely to go feral, sabotages the communications, murders Tori and smears her blood all over the holding bay to provoke a feeding frenzy from Ackt, and abandons the rest of the crew to be eaten.
  • Always Chaotic Evil: While discussing her species' prehistory with the human, Ackt brings up the origin of her species' name, "Enxion" which is translated from a dead language to mean, "Pellucid Demon" or "Evil Creature," implying that this is what other races once thought of her kind.
    • It's strongly implied that Evianporial still thinks this way of Enxions, however.
  • Anti-Villain: Acktreal Domma cares a great deal for her crewmates, and even for the human test subjects under her care, only being cold with the latter because of her need to focus and do her job properly. However, something about the two humans is aversely affecting her mental health, causing her to slowly revert back to her primitive, feral state.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: In the first episode, Ackt expresses frustration at not legally being allowed to eat humans while licking the unnamed human's face. During her second feral episode, she is given Tori's remains to eat in an attempt to calm her down, and she's very unhappy about it when she becomes lucid again.
  • Bestiality Is Depraved: A very complicated subversion. Ackt tells the human that Interspecies Romance in alien society is commonplace and mainstream, but only between sapient species. By the third video, Acktreal recognizes that humanity is sapient enough to qualify for full rights, but notes the possibility that her government wouldn't see it the same way. Thus she realizes that if she continues to pursue a relationship with the human if they fail to get full rights, other aliens would potentially see it as statutory zoophilia unless she kept it a secret. Ultimately subverted as humanity does gain their rights, and her secret is exposed. The rest of the crew is reasonably sympathetic to Ackt, with the exception of Evianporial
  • Black Speech: Subverted. The language spoken by Acktreal sounds very harsh and evil-sounding, almost like the rasping noise made by the ghosts from The Grudge, but the characters who speak it aren't evil. Ackt later explains to the human that it's a language composed of frequencies and pitches rather than words, and tells them about the possibility of them getting an implant to help them speak it too.
  • Brown Note Being: Downplayed, but the rest of the crew theorize that there is something about humanity that is causing Acktreal to revert to a feral state of mind. Whether their theory is correct or not remains to be seen.
  • Consuming Passion: During Acktreal's feral episodes, she expresses romantic love for the unnamed human and a desire to messily devour them in the same breath.
  • Cuteness Proximity: Ackt briefly overcome by this in part 2 when she starts toying with the human, but quickly pulls herself out of it and tries to go back into Tsundere mode.
Ackt: Aw! I kinda wanna take you out of these restraints, but that would get me terminated. I just want to take you out and hold you, you're so small!
  • Emotional Regression: implied during Ackt's second feral episode. She cries for her mother and complains loudly that she's having a bad dream, even as she is drooling and craving live meat to eat.
  • Fantastic Racism: Despite Ackt telling the unnamed human that multi-species societies have fewer issues with racism or specism than single-species societies, herbivores are clearly still apprehensive around carnivores. Evianporial, on the other hand has some rather deep-seated hatred for Enxions.
    • Tori doesn't shy away from showing her contempt for any crew members she talks with, including Zedjichs who tries to comfort her. Considering that Acktreal terrorized her with threats to eat her, and Zedjichs was the one who personally brought her onto the ship, this is kinda understandable.
  • For Want of a Nail: If only Zedjichs suggested to lock Ackt inside one of the recently vacated testing cells a lot sooner than she did, Kyra would still be alive.
  • Heel–Face Turn: when she first meets the two humans, Ackt mentions the legal status of humans under her government, and seems very much biased in favor of them being classified as "animals" so she can legally eat them. As she spends time with the unnamed human, she sees the two more as equals, and falls in love with the unnamed human. She decides to protect them if they fail to get their rights. However, much to her horror, her craving for human flesh still hasn't gone away.
  • I Am a Monster: Ackt clearly believes this of herself after her first feral episode, and admits that she wish she were more human.
  • I Ate WHAT?!: Ackt is extremely upset when she is told that she ate Tori's remains during her second feral episode. Which makes Oovoo and the unnamed human more reluctant to admit that she also killed and ate Kyra as well.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Acktreal Domma. She threatens to eat both the unnamed human and Tori when first meeting them, but eventually warms up to the unnamed human, and awkwardly tries to apologize to Tori for her behavior. The unnamed human accepts her apology, Tori does not.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: when first bringing him up, Ackt describes Evianporial as a strict, yet reasonable person. After his second appearance, it becomes apparent he is anything but.
  • Kind Restraints: Ackt is forced to resort to this in order to safely transport Victoria to the holding bay due to her combative and noncompliant attitude.
    • Zedjicks later suggests doing this to Ackt herself during her second feral episode. Shortly after devouring Kyra and becoming sane again, Ackt gets the same idea and straps herself down on the chair inside of the human's old medical cell.
  • Literal Maneater: Ackt is rather blunt about her desire to eat the human within minutes of meeting them. Even after her Heel–Face Turn, her irrational desire to eat them does not go away, much to her horror.
    • She finally gets her chance to feast on some human flesh during her second feral episode when the crew feeds her Tori's corpse in an attempt to calm her down. She is NOT happy about this.
  • Ms. Exposition: due to the work being an audio play, Ackt serves this role more often than not.
  • My Greatest Failure: Ackt is very ashamed of her treatment of Tori, and uses it as motivation to be nicer to any human she comes into contact with.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: While they are understandably apprehensive at first, the unnamed human is clearly intrigued when Ackt talks about wanting to eat them. Even when Ackt apologizes for this behavior and promises to not put any more humans in her mouth, the unnamed human convinces her to make an exception for them and continue the mouth-play on them. They become rather aggressive about this later on, demanding that Ackt engage in riskier mouthplay with them, with disastrous results.
  • Not Afraid of You Anymore: An interesting variation. By part 2, the unnamed human seems very confident that they are sufficiently protected by the laws governing Ackt's society, and that the "breach of conduct" will fall through, granting them equal rights to her. They let their Nightmare Fetishist side show through, clearly enjoying the impromptu mouthplay from Ackt, and cheekily reminding her of their current species classification when she talks about the supposed inevitability of her eating them. They basically conquer her by proving too kinky to intimidate, and by their third meeting, she's nervous and jittery, and they are eerily calm.
  • Not-So-Well-Intentioned Extremist: When Ackt describes Evianporial, she describes him as being a strict, Lawful Good kind of person. When he is exposed for illegally removing Ackt's venom glands, he angrily calls out Ackt for breaking protocol by letting the human out of their cell before they were approved. By this point, however, it's apparent that his only motivation is to ruin Ackt by any means possible.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: Both Acktreal and the rest of her crew note that it's extremely unusual for her to be behaving in the way she is with the human subjects. She is normally very cold and aloof with her subjects, not making things more difficult or unpleasant than they need to be for either party. It's extremely unusual that she would develop feelings for a subject, or threaten to eat anyone, including those of a species that her ancestors used to hunt for food. The crew concludes that there must be something genetic or hormonal in humanity that is causing Enxion species to potentially crave them as a food source, despite never encountering each other before.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: Evianporial is clearly out to get Acktreal solely because of his racist attitude towards Enxions.
  • Predator Turned Protector: Ackt states her intention to do this. It doesn't turn out very well.
  • Reluctant Psycho: Acktreal is self-aware of her increasing bloodlust, and is terrified for the safety of the rest of the crew and the human test subjects formerly under her care. She didn't even have any mental health issues before meeting the two humans.
  • Second-Act Breakup: Ackt eventually decides it's not worth pursuing a relationship with the human if she can't get her predatory urges under control, and tells the human that she wants to break up with them until she figures out what is going on.
  • Surprisingly Realistic Outcome: Taste testing a smaller sapient creature and describing how badly you want to eat them while they are helpless and strapped down is an incredibly cruel thing to do, and can definitely count as a form of abuse. Even after a Cool Down Hug and heartfelt apology from Ackt, Tori refuses to forgive her for what she did to her, rebuffing any awkward attempt made Ackt to strike up a conversation with her. The only reason why the unnamed human forgives her is because they are a Nightmare Fetishist who was Too Kinky to Torture, and even they were visibly distressed when she first started doing it.
    • When Tori is informed that Ackt's mental health was declining ever since she encountered the humans, this does not elict any sympathy from her. Rather, she bluntly tells Zedjichs that Ackt should have been medicated from the start, and implies that she shouldn't have her job in the first place. Due to still holding a grudge against Ackt, she's still more concerned about her own safety than Ackt's well being.
  • Thrown Out the Airlock: Zedjichs suggests doing this to Ackt during her second feral episode, but Hiborich quickly shoots her down.
  • To Serve Man: Only Acktreal feels this way, however, struggle as she might against it.
  • Up Close with the Monster: the unnamed human and Tori both endure this with Ackt, who clearly wants to eat them, but cannot legally do so. She contents herself for the time being with licking their faces, putting their heads in her mouth, and (in Tori's case) even deepthroating her entire body.
  • Warm Bloodbags Are Everywhere: Before the two humans were taken aboard the ship, Ackt was doing a very good job at not eating other sapient creatures, as was the rest of her species, apparently. It's not until part 8 that her self control truly begins to waver.
  • What Is This Thing You Call "Love"?: Subverted. In part 3, Ackt feigns ignorance of the concept of romantic or sexual love in a vain attempt to blow the human off when they flirt with her. She even makes up a story about how her society has a "breeding program" where baby-making is a loveless affair, involving only artificial insemination.
  • Wide-Eyed Idealist: Acktreal tells the unnamed human that multi-species societies tend to be more stable and harmonious than single-species societies, and things like racism, sexism, or specism are almost nonexistent. While she does admit that she has to eat alone because her carnivorism makes the other crew members uncomfortable, she severely underestimated how much specism still plays a role in her society, with Evianporial outright betraying her because of her species.
  • Yandere: Threatening to eat someone within minutes of meeting them is definitely not a sign of a mentally stable, civilized being, whether or not the would-be meal fits your standards for sapience. While Ackt does apologize to both her human subjects for this behavior, her mental state only further deteriorates the longer she spends with the unnamed human, especially when the latter persuades her to engage in more risky mouth-play, giving her more of a taste for human flesh and driving her further over the edge. This becomes especially apparent in her second feral episode.

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