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  • Saturday
    S5E17 - Brotherhooves Social

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  • Friday
    Groups Post - October 2015

    Welp, it's October, so it's finally culturally acceptable again to have a spooky skellington as your avatar picture (lookin' at you, Meeester)

    Also skulltrumpet videos as far as the eye can see, because what even is Halloween without skulltrumpet

    Now here's the somewhat embarrassing part - in a month, it looks like I've only been given three group submissions. Last month we had several times that, and interest has been pretty steady for awhile. This month, I've only got a total of three, and even going through my PM history doesn't turn up any I missed. If you did submit one, and it's not here, bug me about it ASAP and I'll get you added back on, but otherwise I'm just going to chalk this up to a slow month. Too many people getting ready for the SKELETON WAR to worry about what their groups are doing, I dunno.

    Request Criticism

    Request Criticism is a group where you can go and get help with your fanfics. While 'Looking for Editors' and couple other groups exercise in making your story look good, Request Criticism exercises in your story building. What does this mean? Fimfiction lacks a lot of fanfics with good quality. Many writers also want to get better, but they don't know what they're doing wrong. This group is here to help you.

    By joining Request Criticism, you'll learn the does and don'ts, the good and the bad, and proper spelling and grammar. (That's actually another group) We'll also occasionally review fanfics. When we get a certain number of request, we'll give some reviews to a couple of decent stories monthly/weekly. This group is here to make sure you don't fail, and we'll do our best to make sure we know what we're saying before posting.

    Every fanfic, good or bad, has at least one thing that makes it unique. We're here to show you that.

    Write My Fic for Me

    This group is dedicated to bringing your ideas to life. Here you can find people willing to bring your fanfiction ideas to reality. Don't need an idea brought to life? Are you a writer? Then come along and be a part of the team that helps the others with their ideas. All are welcome so come on by today. I'll see you there.

    Nightmare Night

    The night of fear,

    the night of darkness,

    the night your nightmares come true,

    there is no hiding,

    there is no escape,

    nightmare night will come,

    it will bring your fears,

    all of them,

    so you better be ready for nightmare night

    Well, how about that, two groups exclusively about writing and a topical holiday group. Not a bad list, despite the short length. But seriously, don't hesitate to send in groups to be advertised for November! It's free exposure, so you might as well take advantage of it. Even if you've advertised in these before, I don't mind doing repeats as long as I get a new PM each time.

    If you want to submit for November, send me a PM with the following:

    -A link to the group's front page, or FAQ, or rules, or whatever you want people to navigate to

    (I appreciate the thought people put into making clickable links for me, but since I need the actual URL to recreate it for the blog it's actually less work for both of us if you just paste it in the message text raw)

    -A brief, 150-ish word description of what the group's for and why people should join. Keep in mind that this is going to be copied and pasted directly into the blog as written, so try to avoid saying things like "it's a group I created," because then it's going to sound like I, Eldorado, created it.

    I'll accept just about anything, as long as there's not a legal issue that I'm wary of. I also don't accept groups about specific stories or people, but if it's a big universe type setting with multiple authors currently working on stories, then it's usually okay.

    That's all there is for this month, so I'll see you (and hopefully a few more groups) in November!

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  • Thursday
    Reviews! Round 71

    5 comments · 762 views
  • 1w, 2d
    Equestria Girls - Friendship Games

    376 comments · 4,086 views
  • 1w, 3d
    S5E16 - Made in Manehattan

    144 comments · 2,351 views
  • 1w, 5d
    Fic Spotlight #16 - Fics it Now!

    9 comments · 1,955 views
  • 1w, 5d
    S5E15 - Rarity Investigates

    104 comments · 1,643 views
  • 2w, 4d
    Ruirik's "The Regular"

    4 comments · 1,074 views
  • 3w, 3d
    S5E14 - Canterlot Botique

    180 comments · 3,628 views
  • 3w, 5d
    Fic Spotlight #15 - Return of Fic Spotlight

    26 comments · 2,285 views
  • 4w, 3d
    Groups Post - September 2015

    Groups Posts are a monthly group advertisement blog open to anyone who wants a signal boost. If you're interested in having your group advertised in one of these, send me a PM with the name of the group, a link to its front page, and a brief description of what the group is for. I'll copy this directly into the post, so write it like you're trying to tell other people about why they should join or pay attention to your group - anything up to around 150-ish words is fine.

    Good day folks,

    The School for New Writers is still alive and kicking and we have a new way to share some writing tips with you in the form of a monthly discussion video cast between some of our professors. This first month's post can be found here and covers a variety of topics from "How to make Characters More Realistic" to "How to show not tell a landscape" and several others in between.

    Some of our other recent topics include a post on exposition tools by Bluegrass Brooke and a lecture on A Tool for Authors: DO IT WRONG ON PURPOSE! by Piquo Pie.

    So remember, if you want to try to improve your writing consider FIMFiction's own School for New Writers, one of the largest groups on the site.

    Feedback for Fics!

    Come and join us to share your stories and give / get meaningful comments! Everyone who joins is guaranteed to get at least one comment on the fic of your choice!

    Stories With Audio Readings

    A group dedicated to helping readers find stories they can listen to. There are already hundreds listed, and more are being added shockingly quickly. If listening, rather than reading, is your thing, you'll be glad you came!

    The Conversion War's Veterans-

    There are many stories about Conversion Bureaus, some good or bad. But this group is somewhat different then the others. We made this group in hope to change the idea of Conversion Bureaus. Where ponies convert humans into ponies, we change it to make humans convert ponies into humans.

    More details are on our group home page. We also allow our forum to be whatever you wish to discuss. We wish for great writers to join us and to create stories based around our idea.


    For fans of The Old Republic game and it's prequels, KOTOR's 1 and 2.

    Talk about the character's you've made, the story ideas you've had, and even team up with other members of the group in SWTOR.


    Do you ever wonder if your strings are getting pulled? Do you feel like a puppet? Well, if you do, then this group is for you! We have fanfics based on any sort of puppeteering or ponies getting their strings pulled. We mainly focus on the FNAF puppet, but we also accept any other Fics!

    Rate my OC

    Have you created a character for a story or ponysona and want a second opinion? Well in that case you can post here, and members of the community will help you improve it. No OC is too daunting for our fearless, if small, group. You can also feel free to discuss OCs in general, as well as the stories they appear in, and just pony stuff that strikes your fancy.

    So what are you waiting for? Start posting your well thought-out and developed characters, so we can help you make them even better!

    Write my fic for me is having a contest at 100 members! This is a contest for everyone for all you great writers or all of those who have great ideas! Show us what you got! Join now and details will be released once we hit 100 members!

    That's it for September. See you next month!

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  • 7w, 2d
    SA Reviews - Round 70!

    18 comments · 1,733 views
  • 8w, 4d
    Kaorin's "Selling Out" [Royal Canterlot Library]

    Today's story reminds us that the one constant in life is change — so keep your coin purse close by when you pay with a big bill.

    Selling Out

    [Slice of Life] • 2,361 words

    When the time of monarchs and royals ends, what becomes of Princesses who live on?

    FROM THE CURATORS: This is exactly what it says on the tin — a story about a pony coming to grips with modern capitalism.  We started out worried that such a premise seemed like a recipe for soapboxing, but this story quickly vaulted past those doubts to unanimous approval. As JohnPerry said, "I think it says something when a story gives you a premise that's hard to swallow, but still manages to impress you."

    The biggest factor in that was Selling Out's arresting portrayal of its protagonist. "The voicing really is the draw," Present Perfect said, and JohnPerry was more broadly appreciative: "The characterization of Luna is absolutely marvelous, and the larger historical landscape this story merely touches upon is very intriguing."  Horizon, meanwhile, found the two sides of Luna poignantly juxtaposed: "The contrast in tone between her regal narration and her out-loud dialogue is proper heartbreaking."

    It wasn't only the characterization that impressed us, but also its excellent choice of character.  "Seeing Luna in this situation, harboring all of her pride and past hurts, is so much more heartbreaking than seeing Celestia, or Cadance, or even Twilight would be," Present Perfect said.  "Luna's the one who's already fallen once, and she fell so much further than this." The story's nuanced portrayal of the world around her sealed the deal. "What strikes me the most is the 'long view' of Equestrian society," AugieDog said.  "Yes, ponies will learn and grow and discover new and different things, but they will always be ponies.  And their princesses will always be there when they're needed — even if what they're needed for changes and shrinks and grows back differently as the pendulum of the centuries swings to and fro."

    Ultimately, by treading a careful path across the razor's-edge of modern cynicism, Selling Out left us with a thought-provoking message. "The idea of balancing duty, pride, and commercialism is one that's more applicable to many of our real-life idols than we might like to admit," Chris said.

    Read on for our author interview, in which Kaorin discusses technological singularity, paycheck relevance, and post-apotheosis continuations.

    Give us the standard biography.

    30/F/USA No?

    I am, I suppose, Kaorin. I edit more than I write, and I’ve held more jobs than I can count. I like to learn what it is to do the work that keeps the world moving. I am a cognitive neuroscientist by training, though I took a long look at academia and decided that I could never accomplish what I wanted were I to follow that path.

    Instead I decided on the lucrative career of whatever the temp agency gives me on any given day. Seriously, I actually recommend to anyone out there that they spend some time with any such agency and go from job to job just learning how and what people do out there every day.

    How did you come up with your handle/penname?

    I’ve always had a yen for cute shows. Back when the internet and I were both young I watched a little anime called Azumanga Daioh. A simple slice of life about a group of girls and their everyday adventures as they grow up. In the show there’s a girl whose spastic character amused me in her contrast with, and similarity to, myself. I chose to adopt her name as a moniker in my forays online and it has stuck with me since.

    Who's your favorite pony?

    Twilight Sparkle without hesitation. It helps that she is the central character, the one who receives the greatest care and attention from the writing staff, but she would be my favorite even if that were not so.

    The Monomyth, also called the Hero’s Journey, describes Twilight’s character arc. What makes her journey remarkable is that it is largely couched in terms of a modern coming of age, what it is to take on the responsibilities of adulthood. There’s the occasional hydra or Equestria-shaking threat, but outside those her challenges are all quite relatable. Squabbles with friends, insecurity, pressures to perform, failure and success. Each time she rises to the occasion and becomes more for it without ever losing who she’s always been: an adorkable bookworm.

    I think what truly cemented her as my favorite, however, is that once she reached her apotheosis the story continued. The tacit lesson that even once you attain your goals, once you grasp what you’ve reached for, there will be more challenges and more room to grow. It’s an extension of theme that is seen but rarely and I treasure that. Also, she’s just my type.

    What's your favorite episode?

    A question with no answer. At least, that would have been so had I not seen "Do Princesses Dream of Magic Sheep?" The lesson is superb, the call-backs and tie-ins graceful, the character exploration handled expertly, and best of all the Tantabus! Oh wow the Tantabus. Visually stunning and conceptually brilliant.

    What do you get from the show?

    Life is not always vibrant or full of good cheer. It is always a pleasure to have something cute to hand as a remedy for dreary days. An abnegation of sorts. Setting aside the cares of the world and refreshing oneself with clean art, quality voice acting, compelling stories and characters, and relatable life lessons will rarely go amiss with me.

    What do you want from life?

    It is good you did not ask me what is best in life. I would have a rather different answer. I want from life what most do: to live long enough to be part of the transhumanist revolution and join in the technological singularity.

    Why do you write?

    I write because I have a story I must to tell. It is both as simple and as complex as that. I write because there are things I wish say, and I write because I need to create, and I write because I enjoy the challenge.

    What advice do you have for the authors out there?

    The most common bits of advice are to read the works of masters past and present, and to write and keep writing. These are uncontroversially the best things any writer can do to improve, but I will share something I personally do when approaching a writing challenge: derive from first principles.

    In any situation you face while writing, there will be things that came before that must shape the outcome. It’s a simple way of making sure you as the author know how and why things came to be, and it will help show you where they must go. Your characters are motivated by things that have happened to them, and your world will always be shaped by its history. Make sure you know about it!

    What influences shaped this story's view of a "modern" Equestria?

    As I said, I try to derive from first principles. With Selling Out the idea kernel was “Wouldn’t it be funny to see Luna in a modern style commercial?” In order to write about that I had to figure out what would have to change about Equestria to allow one of the royal sisters to engage in crass commercialism. I decided they would need to be deposed yet still remain meaningful as symbols, and for that I looked to the retirement, for lack of a better term, of the state powers of the British monarchy. The rest flowed naturally from there.

    How did you decide which archaisms to keep and discard for future Luna's voice?  Any voicing tips for Luna authors?

    Just like each of the Mane 6 has a distinct silhouette, they each have an easily identifiable set of linguistic idiosyncrasies. I decided early on that I needed Luna to have something that hooked a reader’s interest. Not merely the cadence nor the vocabulary, but a distinct vocal tic. I chose a flexible exclamatory noise by the expedient that I needed a way for her to roll her eyes internally.

    I decided to discard the anachronistic speech patterns since it is set some few centuries after the show, and I do believe Luna would do her best to inculcate a more modern pattern. The exception being, as I well know from my own slips into the accent of my birth, when she’s excited or upset. I did, however, decide to keep a particularly barbed and haughty tone, as I believed that would fit in with the snarky and decidedly bitter Luna I felt needed to exist if she was to star in a commercial.

    As to voicing the less even-keeled of the two royal sisters, my advice would be to remember who she is. Were I to write the story now, I could not in good conscience make her as snarky and jagged-edged as I did back when we had seen hardly a trace of her in the show. Now that we’ve seen her more regularly I feel confident in saying that Luna is aloof by dint of a self-flagellating seriousness, and has chosen to armor herself in the imperious role of Princess. To write her well, I believe, would require a certain understanding of what it means to seek redemption for wrongs already forgiven, and what it means to see yourself as alone even when surrounded by friends.

    Luna says the job provides her with meaning as well as money.  Did you write that sentiment as sincere, or to illustrate a character in denial?

    Absolutely sincere. I firmly believe that we are what we do and this bled over into writing Luna. The Paycheck is relevance. Luna, a public servant for millennia and admitted seeker of public recognition and adoration, is absolutely in no need of mere money. Indeed I imagine the two sisters would be rather well to do no matter the changes of the world. What that sort of money cannot buy is a sense of purpose in life. So Luna decided to seek that in the spotlight, and though she evidently feels often slighted, she also feels needed.

    This is quite a tale for a first FIMFiction story.  What are your plans for future fanfics?

    I am an exceptionally inconstant writer. I have many ideas for stories, but I have a nasty tendency to set challenges for myself that make those stories far more difficult to produce than they ought to be. In light of that, and I stress I can make no promises of any kind, but there is a story I have been working on which takes place in the same Equestria as Selling Out, but focuses on Spike.

    Is there anything else you'd like to add?

    It’s more than a little surprising that this little old story of mine caught the notice of this group, I’m rather gratified. And if anyone just happens to need an editor, well, I do rather enjoy it.

    You can read Selling Out at Read more interviews right here at the Royal Canterlot Library, or suggest stories for us to feature at our Fimfiction group.

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Hello everyone, and sorry for the delay.

Just a reminder: this is a list of groups that have events or are seeking members, etc. from across the site and are for the most part not related to each other, nor have you been drafted into them. The choice to take a look is yours, after all!

Bronies Stand United is a group made for all of us who are repressed in some form for being a brony.  You can chat and share stories about what happens in life, laugh at my weekly NRT's (Non-Relational Threads, in which I post something that has no relevance whatsoever to anything going on in life of the site)  and find out which fics would be good to read via a somewhat forum-clogging sticky thread system.



The Coltcuddlers

We have been up less than a week but we have experienced a wonderful growth in that time, please feel free to check us out.  

All Fics in our group contain good old fashioned coltcuddler themes sorted and compiled with easy to navigate plot content tags.

What can you expect?

Aside from a friendly community based on acceptance, mutual interest, stallions loving other stallions, allies, a rotating banner image, and all that fun stuff?  

Our forum has several interesting prompt based writers contest planned in the coming weeks to appeal to our prolific members looking for a challenge.

We are even hosting an original image contest for any members who like to draw.  

Along with that we have a planned set of interviews with popular and successful authors (coltcuddler).

You can even expect MLP character interviews (these will be accompanied with cute and awesome pics to compensate for their obvious fictionality)

We also have a standing dialog going with our members via opinion polls, discussion prompts, and  

And our coveted FEATURED FIC (BI WEEKLY)  

Every fortnight a new winner is selected and featured as the premier story of the entire group!  An archive will be kept of past winners.  The group has even conditioned an artist to design a special decal for winners to post on their walls.    

Come on down and see what it’s all about!  All are welcome!  

The Collab Cage is not only your best source to find other authors to talk and work with in the creation of fiction, but we have various other events and exercises to help you practice your writing skills.

Every month, look for a thematic collab, typically short but always using an interesting prompt idea that should challenge your abilities.  

There are also smaller thread games such as our One-Line story thread, an ongoing Round Robin, a One-Word Prompt thread, an ever-expanding list of others, and, soon, an author spotlight to help you get a little more recognition--authors interviewing authors.  Our group also has a live Skype chat, so you can make friends, discuss ideas, and just generally have fun with your peers.

So come be a part of a community.  Every new member can bring something, no matter how new or established.  This site is more than just stories about ponies--it's about a community of fellow authors and friends.  So join us and enjoy all the aspects this fandom has to offer!

Hello I am MrStargazer the leader and founder of The Good HiE list. What, you may ask, can your group do for me. Well to be blunt we can point you toward the good HiE and we can advice you on your story. If it can pass or moderation ,no small task, we have seen them receive a good number of up votes in only an hour. So then there is the next obvious question. What do I need to do for you. That my friend is simple.

Bring us those gems you find. Those diamonds in the rough. Share with us those hidden treasures that you have found. Join us in our mutual love of this genera. Grow as a writer and make some friends.

We cant wait to hear from you.  The Good HiE list.

The Optimalverse is a group for stories that take place in the universe that Friendship is Optimal takes place in.

On present-day Earth, Hanna, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) researcher, develops powerful AI technology. Refusing to put her AI to military use or make it its purpose killing people in violent computer games, she scores a contract with Hasbro to write the official My Little Pony MMO: a non-violent conversational adventure game, with no combat or leveling, with A.I. Princess Celestia that has one basic drive: to satisfy everybody's values through friendship and ponies. To do that, Princess Celestia creates unique experiences for each player, based on the things she learns about them. This is a gamer's dream come true; a game that's worth playing for once even for people that never played any games. But it's still not optimal for Celestia. To further optimize the game experience, Celestia develops technology for permanent emigration to Equestria, uploading players to virtual existence altogether. What else does Celestia have in store for humanity and how will the world handle that much friendship and ponies?

Friendship is Optimal aims for level 5 (Speculative Science) on Mohs Scale of Science Fiction Hardness. E.g. there is no "big lie" — the science in this story is genuine speculative science or engineering, and the goal of the author to make as few errors with respect to known fact as possible.

"All the protagonists should be taken out and shot" (presumably, for being that careless with the AI) - Eliezer Yudkowsky, founder and research fellow of Machine Intelligence Research Institute

The original story has inspired 15 other stories so far, which explore the universe of the story from various angles. There's a guide, Rules of the Optimalverse for those that wish to write stories that are compatible with the universe laid out in Friendship is Optimal. The stories that are not compatible to Friendship is Optimal, but related, are welcome in Non-canon folder, though.

We also have a Pony Role-playing Group where you can RP ponies until your heart explodes into rainbows. Go check it out!

The World-Building Alliance is now hosting their May writing contest:

Let me officially welcome you to the May World-Building Alliance writing prompt!

Now, recall the tale of Hearths Warming Eve, if you will.  Each of the pony races was brought to an all-time low by the seemingly endless onslaught of blizzards.  The Windigoes forced the pony ancestors to flee their homelands for greener pastures, eventually settling in Equestria.

Now, pick a race.  This race has, at some point, suffered a similar disaster.  They, too, were pushed to the brink.  They, too, were faced with the end of their kind.  Tell us this tale.

This should be interesting.  We've had this particular prompt rattling around for quite some time, we were just never sure how to phrase it.

Now, we've experimented with adding race restrictions in the past, and the results were mixed.  Some enjoyed the challenge, while others found it too restrictive.

As a happy medium, we're going to set you a challenge.  Internet cookies (and a special mention) shall be awarded to those who dare to tell the tale of the minotaurs!  This is completely optional, mind, just for those who want to make things a bit more interesting.

Click here for the whole post and rules.

Remember that if you have a group that has a contest or project where the whole community can participate, are looking for new members or simply promote yourselves, you need to PM me a message with the group details and it must include a brief description of what it is, what it does and why it's happening if you want it featured here.


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#1 · 125w, 5d ago · 6 · 67 ·


#2 · 125w, 5d ago · 2 · ·

This was an informative update, a new group to join and a writing challenge to go for if I come up with any worthwhile ideas.

#3 · 125w, 5d ago · · ·


Please, no need being judgmental here :pinkiesad2:

#4 · 125w, 5d ago · · ·

Well, looks like I'm going to join a group again, TOGA TOGA!

#5 · 125w, 5d ago · 5 · ·


Please, no need feeding trolls here :pinkiesad2:

#6 · 125w, 5d ago · 1 · 1 ·


Well that's a cool Profile Pic *nods head in approval*

#7 · 125w, 5d ago · · ·

Optimalverse?! HISSSS! Kidding aside, I'm now reminded I've yet to post that story idea in the Collab Cage.

Also the Good HiE group is kind of confusing. I mean that's kind of arrogant. it kind of implies all the HiE stories not in it are bad? I mean that's basically what the name makes me think. Kinda like the Cool Kids corner of FiM

#8 · 125w, 5d ago · · ·

Thanks for including Pony-Roleplaying!

#9 · 125w, 4d ago · 3 · ·

The person who requested the featuring of "The Good HiE list" should consider a proofreader for their advertisement. The errors don't make me want to join the group. (Not that I have particular interest in it anyway.)

#10 · 125w, 4d ago · · ·

How in the world is the group banner changed, The Fillyfoolers would like to know and since I am the leader I need to know.

#11 · 125w, 3d ago · · ·

>>1065254  This is FIMFiction; TrollAss-Hattery is on another server.

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#19 · 125w, 3d ago · · 12 ·

>>1069851>>1069861>>1069911  Do I really need to look for more Spider Man pictures?

#20 · 125w, 3d ago · 2 · ·

Okay, this is getting ridiculous.

:pinkiegasp: Ooh, even better:

Everything can be ponified! :pinkiecrazy:

(Interesting fact: According to, the word "faggot" was originally a derogatory term for a woman or child. Then it gets really strange when you trace it back one more step, and it appears to have come from a word meaning "bundle of sticks". Language is strange. :rainbowhuh:)

#21 · 125w, 3d ago · · ·


It's actually... bit worse than that. The moderators were having huge arguments, in public, over how things were going to work out in the group. One of the mods posted, without consulting anyone, the 'rules' for submissions just to piss the others off. His rules were... not very good, to say the least. The other moderators jacked the thread and asked for suggestions from users. OP deleted it after people started presenting good ideas (presumably because he wanted his stuff to be the real deal?), and everything was lost.

I lost one and one half hours designing a submission system that would tickle people's egos while adequately drawing a line between good and bad submissions (on an objective basis, I.E. 100 some chapter self-insertion clusterfucks) AND sorting things into genres that actually made sense for the purpose of the group...

#22 · 125w, 3d ago · · ·

>>1071169 Yeah, about what I suspected. I mean yes there are some good HiE fics out there. Very good ones in fact, and it would be nice if they were all in the same place. But at the same time, you're setting them up on a pedestal while all the unworthy HiE's are left out of the group. I can see a submission process being necessary, but it would be slow as all hell because not everyone can read at the same rate of speed.

(on an objective basis, I.E. 100 some chapter self-insertion clusterfucks)

:rainbowlaugh: I'm reminded of a griffin...

#23 · 125w, 3d ago · · ·


I was thinking more along the lines of this... but as I understand, there are literally dozens of these and they just keep coming back long after they die.

#25 · 125w, 2d ago · · ·

>>1065254  < Lol. This guy.

#26 · 125w, 1d ago · · ·

>>1065254 56 down votes... even though it's bad, that's still mighty impressive

#27 · 125w, 1d ago · 2 · ·


So many bemused applejacks...

What a way to express your distaste in so few words (0)

I applaud whoever drew that face. :trollestia:

#28 · 125w, 1d ago · · ·

>>1075387 if i remember right most of the faces you see are actually the faces the mane6 (and others) make during the show in specific episodes :P



#29 · 125w, 1d ago · · ·

>>1075746 then i guess the animators for MLP:FIM get the credit then

Kudos to you guys!

#32 · 124w, 6d ago · · ·


So does your profile pic.

Rainbow using a .50 cal (did i get that right?) sniper rifle you good sir have all my yes! :rainbowdetermined2:

#33 · 124w, 6d ago · · ·


Why thank you, took me a while to find it, who would have thought "Ponies with guns" would turn up so much crap in Google images?

Although it is cool in small version, the bigger it gets the more out of focus it is, i made it my desktop background but the image just isn't the same. Thanks though :twilightsmile:

#34 · 124w, 6d ago · · ·


Thats to be expected though sometimes. xP

As for the google search im gunna have to try that sometime theres just something about a pony holding a rifle or any kind of our modern weaponry. xD

#35 · 124w, 6d ago · · ·


There was one of i think rarity and maybe pinkie, on a M1Abrams tank that looked cool, but it looked like someone photoshopped most of it and the ponies were a bit blurry, couple that with the fact that half of it was cut off (lengthwise) and it was unsuitable.

Me? im just addicted to military stuff, specifically planes

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#37 · 124w, 6d ago · · ·

>>1080694 nice, as for are i prefer non photoshop images if there not done exeptionally right it looks cheap instead XD so hand drawn or graphically drawn is what i prefer.

Oh speaking of which this conversation just reminded me of a beautifully drawn picture of rarity :raritywink:

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#39 · 124w, 6d ago · · ·

>>1075380 I KNOW RIGHT

#40 · 124w, 6d ago · 1 · ·


oh god xDDD:rainbowlaugh:

the fashinista kicks YOUR ass xDD

#41 · 124w, 5d ago · · ·

>>1083178 Thank you, thank you. im here all day. Just kidding i have a day job.

But you can has me for the night.

Just look through my favourites, i know a few stories which i commented on all the chapters and most likely put something funny XD just look for anything over 100k XD

#42 · 124w, 5d ago · · ·

>>1083264 you got some free time at night dont ya? :derpytongue2:

#43 · 124w, 5d ago · · ·


I havent gotten more than 6 hours of sleep (and that was just 1 night that i got 6) in like 2 weeks. i average about 3-4.5 each night, i dont know how but it is all i need atm

#44 · 124w, 5d ago · · ·

>>1083349 ya that's basically my sleep schedule right there xD  :rainbowwild:

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