20th Oct 2012
20th Oct 2012
One is a cellist playing at Canterlot's most elite parties. The other is a DJ-for-hire looking to make the big time. Both are secret agents. And together they'll team up to take down a powerful baked goods cartel.
Rainbow Dash and Pinkie Pie dress up as superheroes and head out to fight crime - or boredom. Same thing, really. When Pinkie Pie reveals that her favorite superhero is even cooler than Daring Do, trying to find an opportunity for heroics won't be the only thing gnawing on Rainbow's mind.
Rainbow Dash is having an awful, terrible, no-good very bad day. Nothing seems to be going right! Pinkie Pie, being a dutiful friend, steps in to whisk her friend away to a one-day-only shop called the Make Me Better Boutique. But will she be able to cheer up her best friend? And will that cheering up lead to something ... more?
(Femshipping, but no wilder than a G/PG movie. Fun fact: This was one of the first (possibly the first?) fics that explored the idea of 'wing boners.')
Today's the day that Applejack is leaving to compete in the Equestria Rodeo, but something's... off. Derpy's been acting strange, even by her usual standards. Eh, it's probably nothing, right? After all, what are the chances that an eccentric mailpony behaving even more oddly than normal could ever be important in the grand scheme of things?
Artwork by ZuTheSkunk.
Cloud Kicker might just have the wildest life of any pony in Equestria. Marvel at the insanity that is her life, and laugh at the suffering of her poor beleaguered best friend, Blossomforth.
This is a semi-sequel to "The Incredibly Dense Mind of Rainbow Dash." Not really a proper sequel, since it's focused on Cloud Kicker and Blossomforth instead of Rainbow and Pinkie, but it's in the same continuity. So I guess that makes it a follow-up-side-quel story. Or something. You don't need to have read "The Incredibly Dense Mind of Rainbow Dash" to read or enjoy this, but you ought to read it anyway, just because.
Also, Cloud Kicker and Blossomforth still need their own tags. They're too awesome to spend their lives stuck under the "other" tag.