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A sense of dread and unease swept its way through Gregory’s spine as he walked about the town hall. The Chimera mare walked closely behind him. Never before had he been so intimidated by a woman…well, except for his mother, but let’s be honest. Mothers are quite intimidating. “Where exactly are we going again?”
“To an empty space.” The mare replied.
“You mean vacant room.” Gregory tried to correct her.
She growled and bared her teeth. “Silence.” She said. “I will not be back-talked by some human.”
Gregory opened his mouth to correct her again, but shut it when he saw her scowl. ‘Jeez, even in this world, women are edgy.’ Now that he thought about it, being a pony wasn’t much different from being a human. Yes, he missed having fingers and such, but it wasn’t so bad. ‘This isn’t so bad? You’re being held against your will by the chimera, who want you to turn them back to their old selves, just so they can eat you. What part of that ‘isn’t so bad’?’ Sometimes, he hated it when he remembered such things.
“Stop!” The Chimera Pegasus ordered. He did what he was told. She walked over and pointed to a door on the side of the hall. “Go in.”
Gregory nodded, not wishing to upset his captor. When he opened the door, he was surprised to find a small broom closet. “It’s just a broom closet.”
“But there’s barely enough room for the both of us.” Gregory tried to explain, not wanting to be pressed so tightly against her. ‘Wow, I never thought I’d try and avoid that.’
“Get in!” She flared her teeth in a menacing manor, while glaring at him. As always, he lacked the backbone to stick up for himself, so he slunk into the closet. She walked in after him and did her best to close it behind them.
The two had to squirm about for a few seconds, before they could get a comfortable position. Well, comfortable as to say, the most room. Neither of them had such, since they were pressed tightly to one another. “Tight fit.” He remarked.
“But I got you in.” The mare replied. “And that’s what counts.”
The two sat in silence. Where Gregory was just grinning nervously, his eyes darting about, the Chimera mare just stared at him, with a creepy determination. ‘How can she be that focused in a situation like this? In fact, how did I get in this situation? This is all just ludicrous. Ludicrous I say.’ As he thought on that, he couldn’t help but notice her stare. She never blinked. “Could you stop looking at me? It’s kind of creepy.”
“But I have to make sure you don’t escape.” She told him.
“How can I escape?” Gregory said. “We’re in a broom closet that can barely fit the both of us.”
“My supreme commander ordered me to watch you in an empty room and that is what I will do.” She growled. “Now keep quiet.”
Gregory gulped. ‘I’m not going to be able to reason with this mare, am I?’ Her glare answered his question. ‘Thought not.’
Outside the Sugar Cube Corner, two pegasi Chimera stood guard outside the door. They were ever alert, waiting for the chance to pounce on an escapee. They hadn’t moved a muscle for the last ten minutes, which is quite a feat for them. Just then, a Chimera Earth pony ran up to them. “The Supreme commander wants you to aid in his search of his bullseye.”
“What about the prisoners?” One of them asked.
“We can watch them.” One of the Chimera snipers popped their heads out of the doorway.
“Yeah,” His twin said, poking his head too. “We’re excellent watchers. Just ask all those humans we sniped.”
“Aren’t they dead?” The other cocked his head to the side.
“Exactly.” The second smiled, proud of his past doings.
“But you’re prisoners?” One of the guards told them.
Pinkie popped her head out. “But who better to watch the prisoners then the prisoners.”
Surprise joined in. “She’s got a point.” One of the guards put a hoof to his chin, before nodding. The two took off and in their place, stood the ever faithful sniper duo.
Meanwhile, Pokey Pierce trotted along the streets of Ponyville. He made his way over to the Sugar Cube Corner, as he usually did every other day of the week. The Cakes made the best pastries and he always like to have some fresh in stock at his house. That was the reason he was going. Well, that and a certain pink mare.
As he trotted through the town, he noted how quiet it was. Nopony was outside and the streets were bear. ‘What’s their problem? Is that zebra in town again? I thought everypony had just accepted her.’ Not soon after this thought accord, four stallions, a unicorn and three earth ponies, came racing by. They went by so fast; it caused him to spin around a few times. “Hey,” He said, as his body wobbled about from the spinning motion. “Watch were you’re going.”
The stallions paid him no heed, as they ran off. Pokey glared in their direction. ‘Jerks.’ He continued on his way to the sweet shop, when he noticed two grey pegasi stallions guarding the doorway. ‘When did the cakes hire guards? I know their pastries are mouth-watering, but I don’t think anyone’s going to steal them.’
Once he made his way over to the door, the two pegasi extended their wings to stop him from entering. “Stop moving.” One said.
“Unless you have to, but you can’t move beyond us.” The other said.
“And by beyond us, we mean not through this door.”
The second one pointed to the door behind them. “This door. This is the door you cannot get through, because we are guarding it. And because we’re guarding, no one can get through, unless they are ordered to or we have to go inside to do something that is ordered...”
The other put a hoof to his head. “Guarding a door is complicated.”
“I thought we were guarding the prisoners.”
“Aren’t we prisoners?”
“So, then who’s guarding us?”
“I thought we agreed we were guarding each other.”
“Oh,” The second one nodded. “That makes sense.”
Pokey Pierce didn’t understand a word they were talking about, which was evident on his face. “Yeah, so can I go in? I have to see Pinkie about something.”
“Well, you can’t.”
“Can’t go in, or see Pinkie?” Pokey asked.
The two pegasi looked at each other. They blinked and looked back at him. “Just go in.” They said, with annoyed expressions.
Pokey couldn’t help but chuckle. ‘Those guys seem to be as random as Pinkie…And that’s a good thing, right?’ He walked inside and noticed Pinkie carrying a set of cookies over to a table. “Hi, Pinkie.
“Oh, hi Pokey.” Pinkie said. He always did find her voice so soothing. It was like an angel had lent her a voice. The mare was putting the tray next to the other dishes displayed on the table. “I was just reading ‘the party to welcome all the new ponies, even though some are just meanies’ party.” She scratched her head. “Now that I think about it, I could totally come up with a better name then that.” She shrugged. “Oh, well.” She trotted over to him. “So, what brings you over?”
“Oh, I’m just here to collect my weekly batch of your cupcakes.” He smiled. “You know I can’t have enough of them.”
Pinkie frowned. Her ears flopped downwards. “I’m sorry, but I haven’t had the time to make your cupcakes. It’s been so busy, since I have to throw one of Ponyville’s biggest parties ever.”
“Well, I can live with that.” Pokey said. “Anyways, it’s a prefer seeing you.” She smiled at him.
“Hey, Pinkie.” The two twins came in. “Who are we supposed to guard?”
“Why us, silly.” Pinkie answered.
“But how are we supposed to do that?” One said. He looked to his other. “Do I guard him, while he guards the door, or does he guard the building, while I guard the door?”
“Or,” The other started. “Do I watch you three, while he watches my back while rotating about to watch the door as well?”
Pokey groaned. “Why don’t you two just hang out with Pinkie and me…Did he say three?”
“SURPRISE!” A white pegasus’s face appeared right in front of him. He jumped back in fright. “Got you.” She giggled.
“Yeah,” Pokey said, not sure about how he should take this mare. ‘She looks just like Pinkie.’ “You got me.” He laughed awkwardly.
Pinkie laughed. “Surprise, you got him good.”
The two Chimera snipers looked at them strangely. “Why are you making strange noises?” One of them asked.
“We were laughing.” Pinkie told them.
“Laughing?” They both asked.
“Yeah, haven’t you laughed before?” Surprise asked. The two grey pegasi shook their heads. She gasped. “How can this be?”
“This is terrible.” Pinkie’s eyes grew wide with worry. “We have to fix this right now.” She looked over to Surprise. “You know what to do.”
“Right.” Surprise smirked. ‘Now, I remember who she is.’ Pokey thought. ‘She must be Pinkie’s cousin…Equestria’s doomed isn’t it?’ The white Pegasus pulls out a feather out of nowhere. Pinkie did the same.
The two stallion pegasi looked at them worriedly. “What are you doing?” They asked, but the mares said nothing. They just had wicked smiles on their faces. Then, they attacked. Each mare pinned down a stallion and started tickling them. The stallions struggled to get out of their grasps, all the while, they laughing their heads off.
Pokey laughed at their expense. ‘Good ol’ Pinkie.’ He thought.
Diamond Tiara was looking around, hoping Silver Spoon wouldn’t see her big sister. Not that she didn’t love her sister, she did, but she had a reputation to uphold. And in the last several minutes, she was reminded of her sister’s antics. ‘It’s a good thing the streets are empty today.’
“So, where are we going?” Screwball asked her, smiling.
Diamond Tiara mentally kicked herself for thinking ill of her. ‘Who cares what Silver Spoon thinks or anypony in that manner? She’s my sister.’ “Oh, just around town. I wanted to show you a few sights.”
“Splendid.” Screwball said, spinning the little propeller hat on her head. She frowned when nothing happened. “So, where to first.”
“Oh, there’s this great restaurant up ahead.” Diamond Tiara said. “I forget its name. I haven’t been there in a while, but I remember it’s really good.”
“Sounds super.” Screwball said, looking up at the sky. “Ponyville’s clouds are much bigger then I remember.”
“They’re clouds.” Diamond Tiara said. “They come in all shapes and sizes.”
“I’m just saying, is all.”
Diamond Tiara sighed. Just then, as they passed by an orange stand, she heard something rustling in one of the barrels. ‘What could that be?’ She thought. No sooner had she wondered, than the head of her savior pop out. He looked around, with shifty eyes. “Hi Paul.” She waved at him.
Paul smiled and waved at her. “Hi, Tiara.” He called back, before placing a hoof over his mouth and diving back down.
“Paul?” Screwball asked. “Who’s he?”
“Oh, he’s a colt I met an earlier today.” Diamond Tiara sighed, smiling.
“Ooh, looks like somepony has a crush.” Screwball nudged her sister.
Diamond Tiara blushed. “No. He just saved my life is all.”
“What?” Screwball looked at her, concerned. “Are you okay? Did somepony hurt you? Did a cart come to life and demand that you give it pineapples?”
“No. No. And what?” Diamond Tiara said, before shaking her head. “He pushed me out of the way when a volley of knives came over head…Don’t ask. Long story.”
“Then I have to go thank him.” Screwball said, walking over to the barrel.
“No.” Diamond Tiara grabbed one of her hind legs. “We can’t just walk up to him like that.”
“Oh, you’re just shy is all.” Screwball said, dragging her sister along. Once there, she knocked on the barrel. “Anypony home?”
Paul came up. “Hi, my name’s Paul.” He said, with a smile. “Who’re you?”
“I’m Screwball.” She answered.
Paul chuckled. “That’s a silly name.”
“Well, I’m a silly pony.” Screwball twirled her propeller hat again. “So it fits.” She looked down to her sister, who was hiding behind her. “And this is my sister, Diamond Tiara.”
“Hi.” Diamond Tiara said, in a meek voice. Here she was, the most popular pony in all of Ponyville, hiding behind her sister. ‘Thank Celestia nopony’s outside.’
“Well, I wanted to thank you for saving my little sister.” Screwball said, nuzzling her.
“Screwball.” Diamond Tiara pushed her away.
“You have a sister?” Paul said. “I didn’t…” He dived back down. A couple of grey Earth ponies walked by. Diamond Tiara thought them a bit odd. They had a certain, aura about them that brought fear. They passed by quickly, not paying them the least bit of attention. Paul came back up. “Good. They didn’t see me.”
“Why are you hiding?” Diamond Tiara asked. She got out from behind her sister.
“Because those are the bad guys,” Paul said. “And I’m going to stop them.”
“How?” Diamond Tiara raised an eyebrow.
“With my awesome fighting moves, of course.” Paul said, before trying to perform a couple of tricks. All that he accomplished, was knocking the barrel over, spilling him. He slid until he was right in front of her. “That could have gone better.” As he stood up, his touched hers and their eyes were aligned. Diamond Tiara blushed and she could see a small blush on his face as well. ‘Oh my stars, our snouts are touching. This is so scandalous…And why are his eyes so mesmerizing?’
The two were broken out of their trances, when Screwball coughed. They tore their faces away from one another, looking around awkwardly. “So…” Diamond Tiara said.
“So…” Paul said as well.
Screwball rolled her eyes. “Paul, how about you come along with us. Diamond Tiara is giving me a tour of the town.”
Paul smiled. “Yeah, that sounds like a great idea.”
Diamond Tiara gulped. ‘He’s coming along. So, for the next few hours, he’s going to be right at my side...YES…Don’t screw this up!’
“And this,” Sparkler said, opening a door. “Is my room.” She trotted inside, with Golden-Eye right behind her. She had spent the last half hour showing him around the house. All the way, Golden-Eye stopped her and asked questions. ‘Where did this stallion grow up? It’s like they just didn’t teach him anything.’ She felt a little sad for him because of that, but he didn’t seem to mind. He actually enjoyed learning about new things. ‘Hopefully, he’ll use the toilet correctly.’
“So,” The Pegasus started. “This is your station.”
“You could say that.” Sparkler said.
“What do you do here?” Golden-Eye asked, as he surveyed her domain. “Do you plan out strategies to conquer your foes?”
Sparkler couldn’t help but giggle. “Conquer my foes?” She shook her head. “Golden-Eye you say the strangest things.”
Golden-Eye’s ear went back. He looked away, sadly. “I do.”
“Not that that’s a bad thing.” Sparkler walked over to him. “I rather enjoy it.”
“You do.” He looked up at her. His ears perked up. Sparkler nodded. He smiled. Sparkler couldn’t help but find his smile adorable. The Pegasus seemed so innocent and full of energy. Odd, yes, but he had a good heart. He then trotted past her and stood by the bed. “What’s this?”
“That’s a bed.” Sparkler sighed. She had a lot of work cut out for her. “You sleep on it.”
“Oh,” Golden-Eye said. He looked over at her. “Do I get to sleep with you?”
‘I wish.’ She thought. Sparkler shook her head. “No. We’re letting you sleep in our guest room.”
“Okay then.” Golden-Eye sighed. He seemed disappointed. ‘How does he think I feel?’
Carrot Top walked into the room. “So, having fun on your little tour.”
“I think so.” Golden-Eye scratched his head, looking unsure of himself.
“Well, that’s nice to hear.” Carrot Top smiled. “Anyways, I came by to ask if you’ve seen Dinky around anywhere.”
Sparkler shook her head. “No, why?”
“She seems to be playing a game of hide and seek.” Carrot Top told her.
“Well, we’ll be sure to tell you if we find her.” Carrot Top nodded and then walked out of the room. Once she left, a faint giggle could be heard. Sparkler and Golden-Eye both heard it. They looked under the bed to find little Dinky hiding there.
“Dinky,” Sparkler said. “What are you doing in my room?”
“Shhh,” Dinky said, with her arms over her face. “I’m not here.” She giggled. “You can’t see me.”
Sparkler laughed. Her little sister was just so adorable sometimes. Golden-Eye just looked at them oddly. “But I can see her, so isn’t she there?”
“She’s playing hide and seek.” Sparkler explained. “She hides and Carrot Top is seeking.”
Golden-Eye rubbed his chin. “I remember playing games like that with the humans.” His eyes widened, before they narrowed. He growled. ‘What’s up with him?’
Carrot Top walked on by again. “Did I hear…?”
“You will not harm the little one.” Golden-Eye cut her off, standing in front of the bed.
“Harm who?” Carrot Top raised an eyebrow. “Golden-Eye, what are you talking about?”
“You are seeking the little one.” He answered. “I will not let you find her.”
“Are you talking about Dinky?” Carrot Top said.
“Yes, the little one.” Golden-Eye glared at her.
“Golden-Eye,” Sparkler said. “It’s just a game.”
“Yeah, a fun game.” Dinky said out loud. “Ooops.”
Carrot Top smirked. “Found you.” She walked over to the bed. Golden-Eye still blocked her path.
“I will not…” He started.
Dinky got out from underneath the bed. “I fooled you didn’t I aunty Top?”
“Yes, you did.” Carrot Top nuzzled her.
“She’s being nice to her?” Golden-Eye said.
“Yes, what did you think she was going to do?” Sparkler asked.
“I thought…” He was cut off again by a loud voice from downstairs.
“MUFFINS! I”M HOME!”
Dinky ran out of the room. Carrot Top followed after her. So did Sparkler and Golden-Eye. Once they got downstairs, they found Ditzy hugging Dinky. “Did you bring me anything?”
“No, but I promise to get you something tomorrow.” Ditzy told her young daughter. Dinky squealed in delight. Sparkler couldn’t help but think that their mom was spoiling her, but she didn’t give that much thought. Dinky was her younger sister after all. The grey, derped eyed, Pegasus looked over at them and smiled. “I see you’ve two been behaving.”
“Yes, mother.” Sparkler said.
“Shame.” Ditzy said. “I was actually thinking of which type of crib to get you. Which do you prefer, rocking or gates?”
“MOM!” Sparkler yelled, blushing like mad. “I just met him.”
Ditzy chuckled. “I’m just kidding.”
Sparkler groaned. ‘Why does she always do this to me?’
“What is she talking about?” Golden-Eye asked.
“Nothing.” Sparkler quickly said.
Just then, they heard the sound of wings beating and hooves stomping the ground. Ditzy trotted outside first. The others followed. Once outside, they saw several grey, black maned pegasi, similar to Golden-Eye himself, land. A short distance away, a large group of Earth ponies and a few unicorns, same coat and mane, came running up.
Ditzy trotted up to them. “Hello, I’m Ditzy Doo, pleased to meet you.” She held out a hoof to them.
One of the pegasi came up to her and growled. “The same Ditzy Doo who crashed into the spire and sent our supreme commander’s weapon into the distance.”
Ditzy smiled awkwardly. “Sorry about that.”
“You are to come with us.” The Pegasus said.
“Why?” Ditzy asked.
The Pegasus looked at her for a few seconds, as though in shock. Then, he glared at her. “Do not question an order. Just follow it.”
“I said I was sorry about the town hall.”
“I do not know what ‘sorry’ is, but it doesn’t help you.” The Pegasus answered. “Now come with me.”
“But what about…” Ditzy was cut off as the Pegasus shoved his own face against hers. His glare pierced her soul and sent shivers of terror throughout her spine. His wings were flared in anger.
“You are coming with me and that’s final.” He said with much venom in his voice.
Sparkler couldn’t do anything to help her mother. She wasn’t a strong unicorn and she knew the others couldn’t do anything to help either. ‘Celestia, please help us.’
“Mommy!” Dinky cried and ran for her. A grey unicorn grabbed her in his mouth and held on tight.
“Hey!” Golden-Eye said, taking steps forth. “Let her go.”
A grey Earth pony growled at him. “Do not give us order, lesser pawn.”
“I said let her go.” He said, standing in front of the unicorn with Dinky still in his mouth.
The head Pegasus, who was berating Ditzy, looked over at him. “You side with them?” Golden-Eye nodded. The leader bared his teeth. “Traitor. The supreme commander will hear of this.”
“I don’t care.” Golden-Eye told him.
The leader snorted. “Let’s see if you hold such courage when he throws your lifeless carcass to the ground.”
“Please,” Sparkler went to his side. Her eyes large and pleading. “Let her go.”
The head Pegasus stood silent for a moment. He looked over to the unicorn holding Dinky. “Break her spine.”
“NO!” The other four said.
“But, what about the supreme commander’s order?” Another grey Pegasus asked.
“I don’t think a little one’s death will bother him.” The head Pegasus told him.
Sparkler couldn’t believe it. They were going to kill her little sister. Right in front of her no less. Dinky’s face was one of pure terror…actually all of them had that face. Except for Golden-Eye, whose face was that of rage.
“Mommy.” Dinky said in a low, frightened tone. The unicorn was adjusting his jaw and moving her around. Saliva rolled down her back and a predatory gleam shone in the stallion’s eyes.
Just then, a strange noise filled the air. ‘Wait, I know that noise. That’s…’ A blue box appeared in the middle of the group.
All of the grey ponies, including Golden-Eye took several steps back in fear. Out stepped a brown stallion, with an hour glass cutie mark. “Let my family go.” He said, glaring at them. Sparkler couldn’t think of any time that her father was this angry.
“That sound.” The head Pegasus said, ignoring her father. “That sound. Why do I know that sound?” He looked over to the stallion. “Who are you?”
“I’m the Doctor and I demand you leave. Now.”
“You cannot order us to just leave,” The head Pegasus walked over to him. “Who do you think you…?” He spied his cutie mark. His eyes grew wide. He took several steps back. “I remember. I remember.” His face contorted into one of pure rage. Rage didn’t even cover all the hatred present. “Time Lord.”
The Doctor cocked his head. “How did you…” He looked into the pegasus’s face. “No.” His eyes grew wide. “It can’t be. You all died. I know. I was there at the end of the Great War.” He glared at him. “You shouldn’t exist.”
“Murderer.” The Pegasus spat at him. He turned to the others. “Kill him!”
The grey ponies charged at her father, including the stallion that had Dinky. He had spat her out before charging. Before they got to him, the Doctor held out his trusty sonic screwdriver in a hoof. They stopped and looked at it. “Don’t make me use this.” The grey ponies started growing antsy. The Doctor used this opportunity to run for it. “Inside now.” He yelled to his family. They did as he said.
They ran upstairs and into Dinky’s room. Once inside, Sparkler closed the door. “That’s not going to stop them.” Her father commented.
“Couldn’t hurt.” Sparkler responded.
Ditzy had Dinky on her arms. The little filly was crying. “Shh, daddy’s here.” She said, trying to calm her. “He’s going to make it alright.”
“Dinky, sweetie.” Doctor Whooves asked his daughter. “Where is that music box I gave you?” Dinky sniffled and rubbed a few tears from her eyes. She pointed over to her closet. He smiled and kissed her head. The stallion then walked over and opened it up to grab the little device.
“Um dad, how is a music box going to help us?” Sparkler asked, eyeing him. Her father was eccentric, yes, but this was too much.
“Oh, have a little faith, Sparky.” Whooves said, looking over it. “Daddy’s got this.” He held his screw driver in his mouth and turned it on. He pointed it at the music box. “I just have to get the right frequency.” As he played around with it, something started banging against the door.
“They’re at the door.” Ditzy squeaked in fright.
“I noticed.” Doctor Whooves said, before he smiled. “There.” He grabbed his screwdriver out of his mouth. His smile grew wicked. “Cover your ears.” The others did as he told them, except for Golden-Eye, who just looked confused. Whooves activated the music box, which started emitting a high pitched screeching noise. Golden-Eye fell to the ground, screaming in pain. Other pained scream filled the air. The Doctor kept it going for several minutes, a predatory gleam in his eyes.
Sparkler looked out the window. The grey ponies were running for their lives, screaming in pain. “Dad, they’re gone.” He didn’t listen. She looked over at Golden-Eye, who was rolling on the floor crying. He looked as though he was trying to scream, but couldn’t. “Dad, you’re hurting him.” Again, he paid no heed.
Ditzy stepped over to him and placed a hoof on his shoulder. “Doctor, please.”
Her father turned off his screwdriver and looked at her. He scanned the room with his eyes, as though he was trying to make sure he was really there. Finally, his gaze came to Golden-Eye. He glared at him. “Get that thing out of my house.”
“This ‘thing’ is our guest.” Ditzy retorted.
“Ditzy, you have no idea of what he’s capable of.” Doctor Whooves told her.
“Breaking dishes, asking idiotic questions,” Carrot Top started listing. “I can name a few other things, but nothing harmful.”
The Pegasus in question was curled in a ball. Sparkler laid herself beside him. “It’s okay. He’s done. You’re safe now.”
“We’re not safe with him in the same house.” Doctor Whooves said, pointing at Golden-Eye.
Ditzy sighed. “We’ll decide what to do with him, as a family.” She said. “But for now, they need rest.” She nuzzled Dinky, who was still whimpering. “They need their rest.”
Whooves sighed. “Fine.”
Ditzy smiled and nuzzled him. “Thank you.”
Sparkler looked down at the quivering stallion. She nudged him. “We have to go.” After a moment of silence, he just nodded. He tried to get up, but he was shaking too much. She used her own body to support him. She led him out and headed to her own room.
“Young mare,” Her father said. “Where are you taking him?”
“To my room.”
“You can’t just take a stallion to your room.” He said. “Especially somepony like him. He’s…”
“He’s hurt.” Sparkler said, glaring at him.
Doctor Whooves scowled. Before he could say anything more, Ditzy came up beside him. “That’s very nice of you Sparkler.” She turned to her husband. “Isn’t it?” Whooves grumbled.
Sparkler smiled. “Thanks mom.” It didn’t take them long to get to her bedroom. She closed the door behind them with her magic and then helped Golden-Eye onto her bed. “Now, you’ll feel more comfortable.”
He didn’t say anything. The Pegasus just kept on shaking, his eyes opened wide in terror. Sparkler hated to see him like this. The same stallion that, not an hour ago, had been smiling and trying to be so much like a gentlestallion. She was going to change that. Sparkler got into the bed and curled herself around him. She placed her head next to his. “Better?”
Golden-Eye moved his head to look at her. “Yes.” He said in a faint voice.
She smiled. “Good to hear.” She settled herself in next to him.
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