Without a doubt, Silver Spoon and Diamond Tiara are fillies who trip and fall more than they climb and rise, and who often doesn't care how many scraps and bruises they get. Yet no one is invulnerable, for everypony bleeds if they are cut or fall hard enough. Perhaps punishment is deserved, but mercy comes on feathered wings. Sometimes. Who is the judge?
Pardon the melodramatic description, I'm new at self-advertisement. Cover Art liable to change.
A short series of Silver Spoon and Diamond Tiara flash fictions and vignettes, mostly themed around character redemption. The themes may broaden depending on how my interpretation of these characters change over time.
Life is a series of ups and downs, something that Trixie Lulamoon has been taught since day one, and something she takes to heart down the road. Be it a slap, verbal humiliation, an Ursa, or just finding food to eat, life has thrown Trixie for a loop. But it's not over, and there is always the chance to get back up and make something of it all.
A look at Trixie before, during, and after her appearances on the show. What was it like to be Trixie? Her family life?
In canon with the same universe as "We Remember Everything" but does not require having read it at all to read. This is a standalone story that just so happens to set up Trixie's appearance there.
Cover image by ACharmingPony on Deviantart
This story is a sequel to It's a Dangerous Business, Going Out Your Door
An ancient evil has awakened. No, really, it has. From the depths of time, a black, noxious threat has risen up after millennia of imprisonment. It washes like oil over Equestria, swallowing up towns and uncovering terrible secrets long buried. Twilight Sparkle, Applejack, Rainbow Dash, Pinkie Pie, Fluttershy and Rarity are prepared to combat this great darkness. However, to do so, they must uncover the truths about the Elements of Harmony, and the truths about the ancient forerunners of Equestrian culture. What they find will challenge their conceptions of their own places in history and ponydom's place in the world. The six Bearers of the Elements must draw upon their friendship and the strength of their hearts to stand firm against the darkness. If they fail, it will mean the end of everything.
Technology is very scarce in Equestria, but it seems quite prominent in one area. This is where our story takes place. This place is full of new things, things nopony but those inside know about. There are things that normal ponies wouldn't think possible. This is a place full of new minds, new ponies. Most of which are geniuses.
This story does not follow one of said geniuses. It follows just an average pony who happens to work at this place. There's not much special about her, except for the fact that she was chosen to try out a new machine. A new machine that will allow her to experience technology "first hoof".
As she explores this world, she realizes something. She's becoming part of it.
Will she make it out in time? Or will she end up digitized?
It's your choice.
(Pinkie shows up later in story)
Kerbalkind has long reached for the stars. Since they were but a young species, they dreamed of going to the stars. Thirty years ago, Jebediah Kerman was the first kerbal in space. Now, Kerbalkind has set foot on every planet in their home system, including the gas giant Jool(that mission didn't turn out too well). So, they've decided to go further. Horizon is the first interstellar spacecraft Kerbalkind has ever built, capable of housing five crew for up to six and a half years. Its mission: to orbit the third planet of the star Skolo-138. The first possibly capable planet for sustaining life discovered other than Kerbin and Laythe, it was considered imperative that a mission be sent to examine it and make contact with any life that might be there.
The five crew chosen by the Kerbal Space Program's Astronaut Complex were the most experienced Kerbalnaughts in the corps: Jebediah Kerman, first Kerbal in space and first Kerbal to land on every single planet; Bob Kerman, his long-time friend and copilot; Bill Kerman, that one guy who stayed in the orbiter and was more or less forgotten; Hanald, a professional pilot and long-time test flier for the Space Program; and Alsted, a radio operator who had helped at Mission Control since before Jebediah's historic first flight.
All I ever wanted to do was go to Comic-Con. So I did, dressed as Edward Richtofen.
Guess what? It went great! SPITE THE FACT THAT I AM NOW IN COLORFUL HORSEY LAND. I digress! It is quite wonderful here APART FROM THAT POMPOUS TYRANNICAL BITCH.
*dances in a corner*