Set during the pilot episode, Celestia's plan of having Twilight in Ponyville ready to face Nightmare Moon is well under way. Unfortunately, Twilight's brother, Shining Armour, has learned of this plan, and is more than willing to voice his concerns to the Princess.
Twilight knows the princesses have seen more than their fair share of unpleasantness. She and her friends have, too. But after a terrifying experience during a trip to the Griffon Kingdom, Twilight fears what else she may see in the line of duty and begins to wonder what it really means to be a princess of Equestria.
Princess Twilight Sparkle has a problem: she's possessed by a question. It came from a silly little book. Now, after a week of poor sleep, Twilight relents. She has to answer this question, even if it kills her.
Okay, so it won't kill her, but Twilight is going to have to violate one of the biggest pony taboos in existence to do so. That's okay. It's for science!
Hey, I'm Rainbow Dash. You probably know me, right? What am I saying, of course you do. Best flyer in Equestria, and all that.
Well, the thing is, I'm kind of in trouble. You probably heard about my friend Twilight becoming a princess, right? Well, she cast this crazy spell and now I don't know where I am. I mean, it looks like Ponyville, but I know it isn't. It doesn't feel right. Ponies are paranoid, and the guards are everywhere.
Worst of all, though, everypony seems to run in fear at the mention of Twilight Sparkle.
What am I going to do?
Princess Peleides Blue Morphos, first daughter to Queen Chrysalis doesn't get along with her mother; she's, you know, the changeling equivalent of the b-word.
So Peleides runs away, wanting the chance to finally meet her estranged father.
Set sixteen years after Chrysalis' siege invasion of Canterlot.
Yeah, not overly original plot, "Oh no, Shining Armor has a daughter he doesn't know about." But the concept makes me laugh, hopefully it will make you laugh too.
Featured on the 30th of DecemberNovember. Haha, I am good with dates!
Also, Changeling Child concept parodied by Georg in Shining Armor and Son. He likely had similar inspiration for the silliness. Go read!
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The Lone Wanderer and The Courier; the names of two legendary figures whose actions forever changed the fate of the wastelands. The Wanderer stood as a shield that defended virtue from vice. And for the Courier...well, he's just a man living in the wild, wild wasteland, looking for a day's caps. Regardless, word of their legendary exploits spread throughout the wastes, but never intersected.
Now, a series of unprecedented events will unite the roads of these two legends. Being projected into the unknown, they decide to work together to adapt to the strange, new world. Could they get used to this new place? Would it be a hero's rest? But they struggle to deal with one person: each other.
More importantly, how do they deal with the colorful ponies that already inhabit the fantasy world called Equestria?
How will the Courier cope with a world without toasters or video games?
*Disclaimer: I do not claim ownership over the Fallout series. All rights go to Bethesda Softworks.*
This is also my first human-equestria story. I'm not sure if I should continue or not; this is more of a one-shot kinda thing, but I might keep adding more chapters. Let me know what'cha think! Bigger chance that I would continue! Hope you enjoy!
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Who would have thought a pony and a changeling could have children together. I certainly wouldn't have. This is Shining Armor, and I'm in a weird situation. Chrysalis has shown up to my home and dropped a kid off stating that it was our son.
What will Cadance think? How am I going to raise a changeling child? Why does Chrysalis keep coming into my life, and why am I finding it harder to keep her away? Hopefully answers can be found with as little problems as possible. Oh who the Tartarus am I kidding, my seed is a changeling! There's bound to be a problem along the way.
Story inspired by Bakki's excellent fanart.
Orphaned from birth, with only the memories of a soft touch and gentle voice to remember her by, Twilight yearns for her mother. What pony wouldn't want to know why they were abandoned, why they were left to be found by the Princess of the Sun herself.
That was nearly two decades ago though. Twilight was older now, and hopefully wiser. She is happy with her two best friends, Cadance and Shining Armor. They are like family to her, the brother and sister she never could have. Though dreams still haunt the young mare, dreams of lullabies and tender kisses, she has moved on.
The personal servant to the Princess of Helios, the land of the Sun, Twilight enjoyed both rank, and knowledge. But it also means that when Princess Luna comes to visit her old friend, Twilight is given the task of tending her. The Princess has come in search of marriage, at the behest of her ruling Council. They demand an heir to ward off the potentially catastrophic attacks of the neighboring dragons.
Soon, Twilight will be tested and tried. She will be given the a choice between the life she has known, and the duty she is sworn to. But never, not once, will she forget.
For who can stop loving their mother.
Queen Chrysalis is dying. Never fully recovered from the failed attack on Canterlot, the once proud Queen finds herself weaker than ever before. With no son or daughter heir, Queen Chrysalis is forced to invoke the old laws, and name one of the last enemies to defeat her as the new Queen. As Twilight Sparkle, Element of Magic, prepares to participate in the Unity Chalice, she finds her life turned up-side down as changelings kidnap her and bring her before the old Queen. With no choice but to make one last promise, Queen Twilight Sparkle sets out to make peace between the Changeling Horde and the races of Sol. Little does she know, things wont be that easy.