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January 2, 2019
Olaf starts us off on the 'right foot' with Saphyra and Morgane in a belly-shooting video from Titaneia Productions.
It would seem that Saphyra and Morgane had a wage going between them ... And why Saphyra ever agreed to take Morgane up on the bet beats me - but that's the premise.
See the preview for "Saphyra Belly-Shot" on the
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Wed Jan 02, 2019 9:25 am
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January 8, 2019 #1
I've been keeping myself fully occupied in building reference pages for Sophie's Fantasy Art site. I thought that it would be a small task that I could knock out quickly.
Ha! No project is ever any smaller or quicker or easier than you think it will be ... Just remember that.
Sophie has posted some new material in her Members Area and I thought that this would be the time to introduce the "Good News" section to her site.
Go have a look, guys! After all, the 'clicks' registered there don't necessarily have to be all mine!
http://www.unclebucksblog.com/Sophies-F ... -index.htm Sophie's Fantasy Art Index


Tue Jan 08, 2019 5:58 pm
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January 8, 2019 #2
Olaf has released "Sword Fun - Vol 4" in the Titaneia area of his site. The video is composed of ten separate contests between Talanis and Averia and to judge by the way the girls go at one another the "fun" can only be had by those viewing the video. But then, isn't that the way it is in every walk of life? http://www.unclebucksblog.com/Olafs_Ama ... -index.htm Amazon Archive


Tue Jan 08, 2019 7:11 pm
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Sophie has been keeping me busy this morning with making several additions to "Sophie's Fantasy Art" pages at Buck's Blog.

1. Sophie's email address … Contact Sophie
2. Search Function … Locate video clips for your favorite model
3. News Flash … Sophie currently has a big sale underway
4. Sophie's Locations … Links to obtain the Fantasy Art clips as PPV from other shops.

And now … Back to adding to the video titles at the blog!

http://www.unclebucksblog.com/Sophies-F ... -index.htm Sophie's Fantasy Art Index * In Process


Fri Jan 11, 2019 1:35 pm
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January 14, 2019
Olaf has posted "Project Centurion Chapter 4" and it should be available in the Titaneia section of his site.
I say "should be" but I haven't checked it out as yet. But since it is a custom, I believe that is where the video will reside.
And I must say that it certainly is good to see Suri back in front of Olaf's camera!
I don't think that anyone has "cloned" many like her!
But then I suppose that's just as well seeing as how she chose to misbehave in this outing!
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Mon Jan 14, 2019 10:57 pm
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January 18, 2019
Being that it is the winter season and Germany can have cold weather to say the least, I imagine that his Amazon Warriors are somewhat loath to come out and play. And I expect that even his production facility can be a bit drafty at times. So Olaf has sat himself down to assemble another in his series of Fallen Amazon Photo Sets - this being the 15th of the collections. Being the Dirty Old Man that I am, I was most interested to see a picture of MORGANE resting in state as it were. And doesn't it seem a shame to keep that woman under wraps? Check out the previews at the
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January 22, 2019
Olaf has released "Love's Last Rest" as the latest entry in the Lethal Cowgirls area of his site. As things turned out, neither of the girls proved to be anywhere near "lethal" enough as the "Shootist" in the piece ambled away at the conclusion with nary a scratch. This episode was particulary well scripted. The audience knows what the actors are going to say and do of course, but it had a "flow" to it that was quite natural. Pariah came by to get in out of the cold and she was delighted - I guess is the word - to see the victims hit in the upper parts of their bodies. "Enough of the belly and navel shooting already!" she exclaimed. "Where I come from, you hit an Amazon in the gut and she's quite liable to live long enough to cut out your liver, take a generous bite out of it, and offer you what remains!" I couldn't help but agree with her. Pariah is not a woman that you can afford to be in disagreement with - even a little bit!
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January 25, 2019 Olaf's "Of Jealousy and Death"
The arrows were flying thick and fast in Olaf's production area when the Team put "Of Jealousy and Death" together. Perhaps the arrow barrage was not as thick as it would have been during one of the Tribal Wars, but then there was considerably more plot and dialogue involved in this episode.
Since the ladies are speaking German for the most part, I find myself wondering just how closely the text that appears on the screen follows the spoken word? There is an Old Story that goes back to the Silent Film Era of a theater that was playing a melodrama to an audience all of who suffered from deafness. Now and again laughter would break out and it left the theater operator scrathing his head wondering why? His patrons may have been deaf, but they all were proficient at reading lips and when the text on the screen had the villain shouting "Curses! Foiled again!" or some such expression, the audience was quite apt to dissolve in laughter. It seemed that the dialog was more or less extemporized and what the characters called one another had little to do with what appeared on the screen.
Additionally, there is a fascinating "character study" toward the end of the video that I will leave to you to view on your own.
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Fri Jan 25, 2019 6:42 pm
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January 29, 2019
Olaf has released "Project Centurion 5" in the Modern Amazons area of his site. Centurion 4 was released through Titaneia and I almost put the wrong banner on the promo for the Amazon Archive. I see that there was a complaint of sorts lodged because these were "bloodless killings" this time around. That may be due to the fact that his crew ran out of Stage Blood as it is now toward the end of the month an a fresh batch has yet to be cooked up for what is to be produced during February. I'm kidding, of course and as usual. But when you stop to think that this is no less than the Seventh video that Olaf has released this month, I may not be too far off at that. Be that as it may, please enjoy yourselves watching Saphyra getting kicked around. Bloody wounds or not, the poor soul won't be able to hold a beer for a week what with all the holes poked in her!
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And now a question if I may:
I notice the counter on this message string increasing regularly.
For which I shall not complain in the least …
But it makes me wonder, Why?
Anything I have posted here is as easily located at the Amazon Archive noted above
and you get the pictures besides.
But then, they are simply the ones that I've "harvested" from Olaf's promotional area in the Producers' Section of this site.
A head scratcher - but okay.
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Tue Jan 29, 2019 2:42 pm
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March 26,2019
With Olaf's latest release of the Amazon Teams's "Wounded Warrior" in which Sotar appears in her first role and we are treated to seeing Morgane as every self respecting Amazon ought to appear - I have instituted a small change in "corporate policy". And, as you might suspect, any such change is quite apt to involve more in the way of 'work' on your part. (And don't they always?) But I've come to firmly believe that all anyone ever looks at are the Latest Releases, and, being that this is an Archive I would prefer that you were to stop in and browse a while. There's apt to be a whole raft of Olaf's material that I'll bet you haven't seen yet! I'll lend you access to the Archive from here and then, Take it Away! You're on your own ...
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