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  • 94w, 19h
    A Little Something for my 500 Subscribers

    So I just hit 500 subscribers the other day. I've gotta say, the idea that 500 people said to themselves, "Hey, I think this guy has some neat writing. I think I'll follow him." is just awesome. So, to all of you, I want to say you all are the most awesome people on this planet, and I love every single one of you.

    Seriously. I love all of you. Crack open the wine.

    And as a thank you to all of you, I've got a little something for ya. You see, a year or so ago wasn't the first time I wrote fanfiction. And for those who've checked out my page, I'm not talking about that BioShock story either. I'd like to take you back to a time when I was but a wee RatherHomely, eight years old and full of hopes and dreams. It was at this time, in the height of my love for a game called Paper Mario, I wrote a story about it. This was before I even knew what fanfiction was.

    And I still have it.

    So, for your viewing pleasure, I've uploaded the story onto the internet to let people witness my writing at it's finest. With great pleasure and pride, I present you with; The Mystery of the Ruins of Alpho.

    God help us all.

    As an additional note, for my MPPT3K people, I've added a little closure for MPPT3K in Fallen Prime's Fifteenth Riff Massacre. While I'd strongly suggest reading the full thing, the bit of closure is at the very end if you want to skip to it. I wasn't planning to do anything further originally with MPPT3K, so this is a nice little send off to the series.

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  • 95w, 6d
    MST Links Ahoy!

    Greetings, person. Do you like to read funny things?

    Me neither.

    That's why I, with my fellow riffing companions, have worked (Okay, so Fallen Prime and RJ Bachelor did most of the work) towards creating a central hub for all your MLP MST needs. You can find links to all my riffs (which will eventually be made into GoogleDocs sometime in the next 5 years so you won't need to spend 5 seconds entering a password), Fan/fic/ Theatre 3000's main page, RJ Bachler's riffs, and... Hmm, what am I forgetting...

    Oh yeah, most of the guest submissions I had to take down. I guess that's sorta neat.

    If YOU want to have your riff shared with the rest of the world, send me a link and I'll link your riff to the page. Or you can bug Fallen Prime and RJ Bachler about it. I'm sure they won't mind.

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  • 97w, 13h
    Time to Put Riffing to Rest

    Salutations, fair readers, RatherHomely here. Unfortunately, I received a message from the mod team concerning MPPT3K;

    It has been brought to the attention of the administration/moderation team that you have continued to publish your anthology "Mystery Pinkie Pie Theatre 3000" due to it being "grandfathered" in.

    While that is okay (in part, and I will come back to it in a moment) by necessity and cordiality, you should ask the authors of the stories you are 'riffing' for their approval prior to actually doing so and posting it. As such, we ask that you willingly revoke the story until you have gathered proof of permission by the authors involved to use their work in this way.

    Given the nature of authors here, it is unlikely that getting their go-ahead will pose an actual problem, but it is required and has been pretty much so for a while now. (This is basically the same rule as posting a story that is not your own under your name).

    Now, the "Guest" mstings have to go. The "grandfathered" rule applies only to your own work, and only that. Those guest mstings are not your work, and as amusing as they might be to the readers, it's still trying to circumvent the limitations of the rules, and also happens to be blatant abuse of your rights as owning that "grandfathered" story/anthology.

    Futhermore, the moderation team has come to the consensus that you will unfortunately need to desist your series. As it stands, the rules will be enforced on your story because it does not represent the continuation of a work that would normally be protected under a grandfathering rule. The MST3K-style is episodic in nature and can be reproduced infinitely since it can be contained to your post under previous enforcement, whereas policy dictates that no new MST3K should be made.

    While I understand this might be a pain to do, I ask you to comply for the benefit of all involved.


    I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm pretty cool with this.

    No, seriously.

    Believe it or not, I was already thinking of discontinuing the series after Riffuary. Running MPPT3K was fun, but very time consuming. And as much as I enjoy a good riff, I enjoy a good story more, and MPPT3K was keeping me from doing any other writing. So this isn't so much a "HOLY SHIT THIS SUCKS" message so much as a "This is a sign it's time I moved onto a different project". Loved you, MPPT3K, but it's about time I put you down.

    So, I'm going to cooperate with the mods to the fullest. I'm revoking MPPT3K (it's still visible on the site and my profile, so you can still read it whenever you want) and I'm deleting the guest submissions (An additional note; If none of you can post MST's on this site, then I shouldn't have any right to either.).

    So that's that. Thanks for reading!

    Oh, and if any of you start bitching at the mods about this, I will personally come over to your house and slap you on the head. The mod team does a great job, and I agree with them that MPPT3K was stretching the rules more than it should have.

    Edit: Also, as an additional note, you can check out the unpublished stories/riffs that were going to be published for the remainder of Riffuary, but obviously can't be now. The password to access the unpublished chapters is "password". Link is here.

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  • 98w, 3d
    I'm Back, Bitches! (My apologies for calling you all bitches.)

    Ah, 2013. A glorious start to a new year, so full of potential, possibilities, a different word for potential, and fiscal cliffs.

    Is gonna be good.

    And what also may or may not be good (depending on your opinion) is that I'm returning from my hiatus to start off the new year strong. As I recall, MPPT3K is roughly a year old. To celebrate its anniversary, clean out my riffing requests, and to make up for lost time, I'm doing something special. Today marks the start of Riffuary (isn't that name delightfully awful?), a month long goal/event where each day a new riff is posted, making for a grand total of 31 riffs (unless I'm lazy... then it'll be, like, 29)!

    Also, I am now excepting riff requests and guest submissions again! You all now have permission to pester me (not really)!

    Guest submissions should be written on a Google drive doc , publicly accessible, and the link be sent to me. If you have a better way to send it to me, contact me via PM.

    Riffing requests should be sent to me via PM. I'm not going to accept requests that originate from the comments on the blog or comments on the story as, from past experience, that proved difficult to keep organized. Requests may be of any genre or quality (I believe anything can be riffed), but I will not accept requests for stories lasting more than 15,000 words long. If the story has multiple chapters, you may request specific chapters in order to meet this requirement. You may also request specific ponies to riff the story, but this is entirely optional.

    For those who sent me a request during my hiatus, if you could resend the request I'd be really grateful.

    With that, let the month long riffing commence!

    ... Oh, and those other stories. I should probably work on those.

    And for those concerned about my sanity in the midst of all this riffing, I did a good chunk of the work in December, so I'm not going write myself to death. Not yet anyway. :)

    Edit: Also, on an off note, love the changes Knighty's made to the site since I left. Rearranging chapters? SO USEFUL FOR MPPT3K.

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  • 104w, 17h



    Yes, hello.

    I'm going on a hiatus for an unknown period of time.

    Unfortunately, I just learned that my mother (who's been fighting cancer for the past four months) has about four to six weeks left before she passes on. Personally, I'd rather not waste time writing and instead spend these last few weeks with her.

    Thank you for understanding.

    Edit: Thank you all so much for your kind words. This is a very emotional time for me and the rest of my family, and it's great to know I have such awesome readers who've got my back.

    Double Edit: I suppose I should offer an update on what's going on. Unfortunately, my mother just recently passed away. Yes, I knew it was coming. No, it doesn't make it any easier. Yes, I would like some time away from FiM. Yes that means I'm continuing my hiatus. I just really need some time off, and I think anyone who's lost someone close knows what I mean. My apologies to everyone who's waiting for the next MPPT3K with baited breath (all five of you). I probably won't be posting anything until December, maybe November if I'm an emotionless robot. Once again, thank you all for understanding.

    Triple Edit: Make that January. Between this, Hurricane Sandy, and college finals, I've just been swamped as of late.

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  • ...

Time is a fickle thing. It never seems to spend much time with you, nor does it seem to depart when you want it to the most.

This story is about an alicorn who has all the time in the world, but desperately wants to give it all away.

Because forever is a long time...

Inspired by a certain Book of Living Magic and a cat named Screech, and Dreaming with Ponies.

Featured on Equestria Daily.

Proofread by Ex-Nihilos.

First Published
22nd Mar 2012
Last Modified
22nd Mar 2012
#1 · 139w, 2d ago · · ·

D'awww! Cute :twilightsmile:

#2 · 139w, 2d ago · 1 · 1 ·

lik dis if u cry everytim

#3 · 139w, 2d ago · · ·

I swear, someone is cutting onions again. :raritycry:

#4 · 139w, 2d ago · 1 · ·

Oh, joy. Another story about Celestia dealing with the pain of immortality. How original. Well, it was written by RatherHomely, so I might as well give it a chance.

#5 · 139w, 2d ago · · ·

Hello ponyfolks! Stalin the Stallion and Co. here to bring another installation of Stalinviews! Our Stalinviews became 20% cooler!

If you want to know more aabout Crew, Stalinviews (and get one yourself) go check my Blog! Everypony welcome!

Today Stalin have some Pretty unusual thing to review! This story has tag "Sad", which Stalin don't like too much. But oh well, let's give it a try, crew!

  Are you ready?


  Waiiiit! I forgot my Vodka!

  Ok, since everyone is ready, let's dig into Forever by RatherHomely!


  Our story is opening with first-person narration! High-quality one to be exact.

"My tale began when his tale ended."

This tale begins anew.

"You two really think you can defeat moi?"

  Wait wait waaaait! Since when discord is french? He never spoke like this in the show!

"duo beginning to glow, eyes a brilliant white"

  Incorrect verb to make, my friend.

"There was no ruler, and who else but my sister and I could take over the role?"

  As i thought, this story is partially narrated by Moon Princess herself! This is getting interesting.

"We were gardeners, in a way, and it was through precious care that the garden would thrive. And we were happy."

  *hic* Love it! So poethic! Hey, Stalin pal, pour me another!

"Her mother had always been a rebellious earth pony."

  Stalin is not sure about it. Celestia is a god-like, or more precise, spirit-like entity. To have an earth pony mother is not fitting well with her.

"There was one sun he'd managed to catch. Even in death it seemed as though he'd still managed hold on."

  Looove it! *hic* Misha loves poetry! Expecially good one!

"The pony rolled her eyes. "Of course I will! You're my mentor, Princess! You're practically my mom!""

  Heh, if this took place right at the exam, her mother, who is standing literally few feet away, won't be so happy to hear that!"

  Well, dear Pioneer Dash, this is not Twilight Sparkle. This is a filly named Prove, well, at least it seems like it.

  Well now, Stalin clearly sees why this story marked as "Sad"

  *hic!* Pretty well done sad moment! Misha even shed a tear or two!

  Well well. Lets see, let's see! This wraps up our story, and now, here's our Overview!


  This story is amazing. It has shown us what it mean to be immortal and what sadness and grief it brings.

  This is very neat idea! And story made in poetic fashion! Misha likes that!

  Well, hafta admit, we have some minor mistakes here, but overall, nothing to do here.


#6 · 139w, 1d ago · · ·

AWESOME story. oh and in case you are wondering im not crying.........not one bit.......well mabye a little:fluttercry:

#7 · 139w, 1d ago · · ·

Da!  Is Gud!  :pinkiehappy:

#8 · 139w, 1d ago · · ·


Isn't it funny when you think you've come up with a fairly original idea, only to find out the idea is overused? Hope it's different enough for you anyway!:twilightsmile:

#9 · 139w, 1d ago · · ·

Celestia is my 4th favorite character. I dislike seeing her sad. But I might give this a chance if I am in the mood sometime.

#10 · 139w, 1d ago · · ·

>>353042 Don't get too bugged over accusations of being 'unoriginal'. Remember, every story has already been told, but it's never been told the way you'll tell it.

And I liked it. A bit short, but some stories are better that way.

#11 · 139w, 1d ago · · ·

You know, somehow it doesn't surprise me that you can write absolutely heartbreaking, beautiful stories like this in addition to hysterical ones. It does surprise me that I now kind of want to read more about Prove, and Glaive, but that's another thing altogether.

This was excellent. Well done. :pinkiehappy:

#12 · 139w, 1d ago · · ·

Interesting. The idea is, by no means, a new one. I hate to say but these type stories are a dime a dozen. Normally I dislike them because the concept is just overdone by now...

But you... you did something different here. Something that I like VERY much. So for that... *thumbs up and smiles* :eeyup:

#13 · 139w, 1d ago · · ·

*applauds* Bravo. Very well done. :twilightsmile:

#15 · 139w, 1d ago · · ·

As people have stated. Not the most original of ideas for such a story.

But originality isn't everything. This is a wonderful piece of art that really makes one feel the emotions of Celestia as the years role bye...

Fury of the Tempest approves this story.

#16 · 139w, 1d ago · · ·

Why did you tell the story of an alternate Twilight & Spike?  Was that supposed to show that she lived so long that even her friendships were repetitive?

Most of it is very well-written, but then it doesn't really have an ending, it just stops.

as she stood over her mother's gave => gvae

taking to the field when others would take to thier books => their books

#17 · 139w, 1d ago · · ·

>>353042 Oh, finally! You will not believe the **it I had to go through to type this comment! Anyway, I have to say that this was good. It was well done and really pulled at the heartstrings, which is what I think you wanted it to do. I really like the way the scenes flowed right into one another, despite the massive differences in time between them. In particular, I like the transition(or rather, lack of one) between Prove's and Glaive's death beds. It really made these friendships feel fleeting and all the more sad. Also, I like your explanation for Celestia and Luna's immortality and how you handled the Alicorn race. Your reason makes that new princess, Candence, far less of an issue. One gripe I do have is about how you made Prove's situation nearly identical to Twilight's, baby dragon and all. This approach makes Twilight seem like just another in a long line of proteges, which I wouldn't mind except for the fact that she is one of the Elements of Harmony incarnate. Being such a unique pony, it seems like her situation would be just as unique, but your story begs to differ. This really feels like it shallows Twilight's relationship with the Princess, as though she's already gone through this many times over. To me, it makes Twilight a less interesting character, because, in your story, her story is one that has already been told many times over. But that's just my opinion, and, as I said above, I really did enjoy this story. You really can pull off this dramatic stuff, and I, personally, would like to see more of it. But not if it keeps you from your comedic stuff. And if gets in the way of MPPT3K, we're going to have a problem.

This has earned my approval and another like. :pinkiehappy: (I couldn't just have a really long post without an emoticon, could I?)

#18 · 139w, 1d ago · · ·

>>352834 *licks computer screen*

#19 · 139w, 1d ago · 1 · ·


My god! Your E key, is it ok?!

#20 · 138w, 6d ago · · ·

Massive comment reply time GO!


Mistakes fixed! Glad you liked the story, comrade!


Then who's the first three? I must know!


As a professor of mine once told me, "A story is long enough to reach the end."


Made the fixes!

Also, I was originally planning to end the story when Celestia died. That ended up being too long, if you get my drift. :trollestia:


I suppose it does down grade the specialness level of Twilight. The reason I did it like such was that I wanted it to be more chronological, going from the oldest events of Celestia's life to the newest, thus I had to invent characters that existed before Luna's banishment.

That's the reason. Not necessarily a good one, but it's a reason nonetheless.

#21 · 138w, 6d ago · · ·


Twi, Dash, Scoots, Celestia are tied for first in my book, but in that order of preference.

#22 · 138w, 6d ago · · ·


What's that? You say Twilight is your favorite (kinda)?

Silly DPV111, that's not how you say Fluttershy! :trollestia:

#23 · 138w, 6d ago · · ·

>>362043 Oh! That makes so much more sense now. I can see why you would be nervous about being unchronological(not really a word :facehoof:), but I think this would have been leagues more effective if you had used a character we were already attached to (i.e. Twilight), rather than making us become attached to these new characters very quickly right before they're killed off, which is made more difficult because we know what's coming for them. I think you did well with it, but using Twilight would be an improvement, even if you have to throw chronology(a real word :pinkiehappy:) out the window. Some of the greatest stories throw chronology out the window, like Pulp Fiction.

#24 · 138w, 6d ago · · ·

This is a good story. Shows why did Celestia become immortal, many stuff across her life, and I particularly like the "To clear her tears, the alicorn blinked." thing. Although I must make one fix: "The alicorn was sitting in a chair, holding a book in her hands." Hands.

#25 · 138w, 6d ago · · ·

oooo, inspired by dreaming with ponies? must read





#26 · 138w, 6d ago · · ·

It's like I can't go two stories without falling into another mortality story! :raritycry:

But I like you Homely so I'll always give it a go! :pinkiehappy:

#27 · 138w, 6d ago · · 1 ·

I never get tired of these stories that deal with the consequences of immortality, for they are always something to think about.

It is a very heavy price to pay, outliving everyone around you, and the loneliness can feel unbearable sometimes. Yet it is those friendships that you forge through eternity's flow, those beacons of light that are the friendships you make in a sea of time that come and go, that truly make this existence perhaps a bit bearable. For Prove is right: memories are forever, and though you may continue to exist in a never ending abyss of existence, there is no reason for you to be swept away by it completely. Cherish those few moments you have with the many friends that you would make Celestia, for they make this life worthwhile in the end.

....Forgive me, i went off in a bit of a rant there, im not sure if any of that made sense, its 2:00 a.m over here. Anyway, the short of it: Great story, I loved!

#28 · 138w, 6d ago · · ·

These... These are not tears! I'm just sweating from my eyes! :fluttercry:

#29 · 138w, 5d ago · · ·

RH you serioused up on me all the sudden! This is good, very good, but write some more comedy, the world needs laughter too.

#30 · 138w, 5d ago · · ·

Oh my God, your story broke me! I'm leaking this strange salty fluid from my eyes! What's happening to me?!

In all seriousness, that was a brilliant story. Really tugged at the heartstrings.

#31 · 138w, 5d ago · 1 · ·

I couldn't feel the characters at all. This was boring, and generic. You failed to capture the least bit of emotion, only went on a rambling. Also, don't try to switch between third and first person. It doesn't work.


#32 · 138w, 5d ago · · ·

Nice. And I disagree immensely with .. >>Lunausescaps , I think it is emotional, but subtly so; And that makes sense that it would be a bit more withdrawn than is expected, because of the very nature of Celestia's lament; Time and age haven't hardened Celestia necessarily, but made her more sparing with her drama/self-pity/extreme emotions, if you understand my meaning. The tone of the storytelling is in line with the tone of the story.

All in all, I liked it. :raritywink:

#33 · 138w, 5d ago · · ·

I feel like I understand this story more then others that read it, from reading the comments. In my own little headcanon, I had thought about all this already, accept for the details that make it YOUR story; just the basics, the immortality, the emotions. The reality of living forever finally pounding you into a flat grey line, as opposed to the ups and downs of a normal life cycle. Your portrayal of emotion is perfect in that it fits what your describing; the hallow shell it turns you into. Very, very good job.

#34 · 138w, 5d ago · · 1 ·

Not much to say that hasn't already been said I think... but I would like to make a comment to Shrederman38. Did you consider WHY stories that focus on the pain of immortality are often repeated? Because they are true, and it doesn't matter how many there are, they are all different. I have read 3 stories that ended up broaching this topic before:

Spark by AVeryStrange

this story,

and Sometimes, Death can be a Gift by Slickdash

All of them end up pointing it out, and each in their own way. That reflects the feelings and soul of the author, and that... that is enough for me. It doesn't matter if the subject is unoriginal, it is the author it is tied to. All of us have some opinion of this question, and sometimes... we need to read those of others. That's all there is too it.

That is why I want to say thank you RatherHomely... for writing this. Of the three stories I've read, Spark left me ill with how much it hurt to keep myself from bawling (and I don't cry from reading a story... never), and Sometimes, Death can be a Gift made me think about how many people I've already left behind... and how many more will precede me, but your story alone reminded me that sometimes, not everyone that we part ways with is dead, and though we can all share varying views of the afterlife, just because they are gone doesn't mean we won't see them again.

Thanks for that. :twilightsmile:

#35 · 138w, 5d ago · · ·

"The alicorn was sitting in a chair, holding a book in her hands."

That threw me for a loop. Otherwise very good short story. :twilightsmile:

#36 · 138w, 5d ago · · ·

Whoa! Now wait just a motherfocking minute! Celestia is immortal? That's not scientifically possible!

:rainbowlaugh: I kid with you. I know that I shouldn't try to make sense out of MLP. :trollestia::trollestia::trollestia:

In my mind, though, I think that Celestia and other Alicorns can live for a really long time (like several million years) but aren't immortal. Just my opinion, though. Tell me what you think on the subject!

#37 · 138w, 5d ago · · ·

interesting change of celestias orginss of being born normal and earning immortality rather that being a  god like many others do.

#38 · 138w, 5d ago · · ·

No! Not another fic on immortality! My heart can't stand this kind of sad!


Oh dear! Must...not...cry...:fluttershysad:...:fluttercry:...:applecry:...:raritycry:

These kind of stories always get to me. I have always thought that immortality was a fate too cruel for even the most wicked person, and these stories prove it. Even with all her wisdom, experience, and power, Celestia is still human(so to speak). She feels, she cares, and she loves. And now that she is beyond the grip of time, she suffers even more as she watches the hands of time repeatedly and unfailingly claim those she cares about. To care so much about somepony knowing that they will eventually fade into oblivion as you carry on alone is an unimaginable pian that she has suffered countless times over. But there is some comfort to take. So long as their memories live on and she has somepony to be there for her when she hurts, she is never truly alone. That is why I believe Celestia, or anyone who loses someone close, can continue on and make new bonds. The love they share with those around them, and the memories shared with those who have left, outweighs any pain they feel.

This is why I love these kinds of stories. I get to feel deep emotions that can move me to tears, creativity, and (in a bittersweet way) happiness. Bravo.:pinkiesad2::heart:

#39 · 138w, 5d ago · · ·

>>352834 this is not youtube lol :applejackunsure:

#40 · 138w, 5d ago · · ·

This story was impressive. I was a touch confused by the "blink" transition, mostly because of the lack formatting, but that's just me. Otherwise, I do like how you pulled this all out.

#41 · 138w, 5d ago · · ·

I like what you've done here. I enjoyed reading it.

Am I the only one, though, who noticed the lack of comment on the immortality of the Mane 6? Using the Elements made Celestia and Luna immortal, why not the current bearers?

#42 · 138w, 4d ago · · ·

Just a thought: Celestia shouldn't be immortal anymore because the Elements of harmony is no longer connected to her and Luna? That is why discord broke free in the first place?

#43 · 138w, 4d ago · · ·

>>368042 Yes I thought the same thing :)

#44 · 138w, 4d ago · · ·

Yeah, immortality is more like a curse than a blessing. But maybe it's because we cannot grasp it with our limited perceiving. It's true that there are many fics sharing this topic, but every one I read was unique in its own way. And every one was moving. This one too. :twilightsheepish:

>>368042 >>369492

Yeah, I also thought of that but that would involve much over-analysis. :twilightsmile: It's a fanfic set in the world of talking ponies, after all. :rainbowlaugh:

#45 · 138w, 4d ago · · ·


I only bring it up because it solves Celestia's problem...and Luna's problem, really. They'll no longer be alone or lonely, Celestia never needs to lose her student again, etc. All that remains is for the sisters to explain it to them...because, I can tell you, some of them won't be very happy with their newfound immortality.

#46 · 138w, 4d ago · · ·

I just thought I'd let you know I caught an error... "She the nturned the book over so she could see the back, a pair of gentle eyes greeted her."

#47 · 138w, 4d ago · · ·


A good point. I suppose when I wrote the story, my thoughts were this;

Alicorns are already beings of magnificent power. Having the strongest traits of all three breeds of ponies kinda helps.

So when they used the Elements of Harmony it augmented both of their already incredible powers. And since their power levels (they were over 9000, I should note) were already sky-high, the Elements ended up causing them to become immortal.

Fast forward to when the mane six used it. Not only were they not alicorns (and thus didn't have the same power to augment), but also there was six of them using the Elements. That means the power was split up between the six of them, as opposed to the power being split in half for Luna and Celestia.

At least, that's how I imagine it.:eeyup:

#48 · 138w, 4d ago · · ·

Interesting. There are a few interpretations on immortality, but I think this one covers a good chunk of the sorrow and joy that would come with it. I'm going to have absolute hell writing my character. He's 4 million years at the time of my story. He's already gone through absolute madness from sheer longevity and become his recovery, but how would one be after so much time? His conversation with Celestia and Luna is going to be interesting to say the least.

#49 · 138w, 3d ago · · ·

>>372528 This would mean they have longer lifes than normal ponies but not immortal? :P

>>369552 Over-analysing is fun!

#50 · 138w, 3d ago · · ·


I guess so...? Or maybe there wasn't enough magic being channeled into the mane 6 (because the power of the Elements of Harmony was split six ways as I've already noted) to produce long lasting results...? Or maybe they will live longer, and that just hasn't been addressed in the story or the show...?

Gah! I don't know! :twilightoops:

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