(Please read the description. It is necessary if you have not read the previous installment of the story.)
The Piano Man has spent the last month in captivity, forced to play the piano as part of The Great and Powerful Trixie's traveling show. Now he's free, and recovering under the care of the Equestrian Monarchy, while Trixie awaits trial for her crimes.
He's achieved the ultimate goal of every Brony in history: A life in Eqeustria.
But - as he will learn - recovering from an ordeal such as his takes a lot more time and effort than you would think.
This story is the much better-written sequel to 'The Piano Man'. Because the first story involved some rather dark scenes, I have included a helpful catch-up in the first chapter - so if you have no interest in reading a dark story, then you can ignore the first piece and skip straight ahead to this one.
'The Piano Man: Act II' is most certainly not a dark story, and neither is it sad. The sad tag is in place for scenes in which I reference the previous installment, and nothing else.
12th Aug 2012
26th Apr 2013