@littlest-lily Agreed! However, I disagree that love needs to be part of it as per my first bullet below…
My list is:
- Really exploring the nitty-gritty of what it means for a dominant/predatory personality to need the submissive/prey personality in order to express and justify itself. Like, sure, the giant can huff and puff as much as they want but if they break their toy and there’s no one left to push around, then what? At the end of the day they’re just as powerless as the rest of us. (And to be menacing/dominant/authoritative in spite of that is one of the places where things get really interesting for me.)
- Physics and anatomy. Like, get as detailed with the physics as possible without breaking the fantasy. What does a follicle of a giant’s hair actually feel like? Is it the same diameter and texture as a regular human hair, or is it thicker and more wiry? What is the texture of their skin? Can you draw blood as easily? Can they move through water with more or less effort? What about their clothes? At a certain point fabric has to be engineered to a completely different degree than at a normal size, and it probably won’t feel soft to a tiny whatsoever. What are their caloric needs? Where does the food come from and how often do they need to eat? What’s the texture of a giant’s cum? Does its aesthetic viscosity match the size or is it exactly the same stuff that a normal-sized human produces and is only gloopy at that scale? (Thoughts on the physics of giant dicks could warrant an entire postdoc research career, too.)
- Logistics. Spending time thinking about how giants get around, how much damage they do or don’t do, or what might engineering for a giant look like.
The details of a giant’s very existence is just as important to me as their interrelations with tinies!