[Look Down, Look Up, You're A Brony] This primate, in all his years of bashing his fists (and occasionally his forehead) into a keyboard, has yet to produce something intelligible.
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After casting down Discord and imprisoning him in stone, Celestia and Luna become the new rulers of Equestria. Their subjects, however, are fearful of them due to their command over the sun and moon. To prove she and Luna care for Equestria, Celestia begins a campaign of befriending their subjects through acts of love and kindness.
This results in her meeting Solis, a troubled earth pony orphan with pure yellow eyes, whom never had a loving family or friends. Recognizing great potential in the little colt, Celestia adopts Solis for the purpose of raising him to be a third wheel in she and Luna's rule over Equestria. With him under her wing and Equestria's citizens faithful to her and Luna, Celestia is confident that the future of ponykind is a bright one.
Such confidence is broken, however, by Nightmare Moon's rise and subsequent defeat. With her subjects' faith shattered, Celestia's vision of a bright future starts to crumble. It's then that Solis proposes a plan to ensure such a future comes to pass, but at a great cost to them both. The fate of Equestria is in Celestia's hooves and it all boils down to one simple, yet very emotive question.
Can she learn to hate her only child?
After being crowned Twilight finds out that she has become a unwilling player in the millenia old powerstruggle of the noble houses. Learning in a quite blunt way that she has to take on a consort. Simply because of a law that states that there must be a royal consort atleast once every 300 years. And not only that, but also that the only nobles themselves can select those of which she can choose them from.
With a ruse she seemed to get a decent choice. However, how will life turn out for the bookish scholar when it turned out that her new bride has been the comfort mare of a spoiled brat ever since getting her cutiemark? And almost equally important. How will the noble react to a 5P:
a pretty pissed purple pony princess?
Take It Back
The Satin Slipper Sweet Shoppe- the favorite hangout spot of many a mare and stallion, has just hired a ditzy new employee. Follow the misadventures of this mare as she deals with all types of crazy customers!
*Art and story inspiration by Pigeonsmall, to whom this tail is dedicated*
OCCASIONALLY, WHEN RELAXING BETWEEN MONSTER TRUCK RALLIES AND ROCKET LAUNCHES, TWILIGHT "SCREW IT" SPARKLE RELAXES WITH A BOOK BY THE WARM FIRELIGHT OF OTHER LESSER BOOKS. LITERALLY, A BOOK, AS ONLY HER OWN AUTOBIOGRAPHY CAN SURVIVE THE SCRUTINY OF A GOD AMONG GODS WHO SUBSEQUENTLY BECOME MEWLING WHELPS BEFORE HER EYE SEARING GLORY.
THIS IS HER STORY.
AS IF YOU'D READ ANY OTHER.
(THERE IS NO COVER ART BECAUSE NO SUFFICIENTLY AWESOME IMAGE EXISTS IN THE VISIBLE SPECTRUM)
Rainbow Dash can’t find her sunglasses. Rarity can’t find her fainting couch. Pinkie Pie can’t find, well, everything. Something’s wrong with the space where ponies store their favorite belongings, but will Twilight Sparkle be able to figure out why?
The graffiti did not bother her. The art of vandalism was, in some form or another, as old as civilization itself. The content, on the other hoof, was an entirely different issue. “Princest Is Wincest,” it said. Bad grammar and spelling were one thing, but this was an attack on the Equestrian language.
Luna frowned. She would have to ask Celestia about this at the first opportunity. Perhaps there were spare funds for a literacy program. If nothing else, Tia might be able to explain what exactly it meant.