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  • Sunday

    We knew the world would not be the same. A few people laughed, a few people cried. Most people were silent. I remembered the line from the recipe scripture, making iced cappuccino; the blender is trying to provide Seven breakfast that he should consume freely and, to impress him, takes on its bowl-shaped form and says, 'Now I am become Coffee, the destroyer of worlds.' I suppose we all thought that, one way or another.

    Did I mention coffee?:pinkiecrazy: A big bowl of iced cappuccino! For breakfast!

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  • 1w, 1d
    That went rather well.

    In reference to my last blog post, some of you have no doubt noticed that my internet-ing has not been hampered as much as either I or my family expected. The short of it is their plan fell apart when they once again configured the signal repeater/WiFi extender to connect to the main WiFi router. See, this extender is located in my 'lair', literally sitting right atop my computer's case, and as has always been the situation, feeds my desktop through an ethernet port. Having easy access to that means that even though the password remains changed, my tablet was still able to connect via the WPS function on the extender. This does, however leave me in an awkward situation. Unlike my desktop—I like to think of it as Cerberus—and tablet, the laptop that I do most of my writing from is of very old software and hardware, making WPS a non-option. The only connection is through a 'mobile' wireless device that has very limited bandwidth per month, and overages on that get rather expensive. So, of course, I am trying not to do too much on that.

    Now that things have more or less settled into a certain rhythm, I should feasibly be getting back to writing, though I certainly cannot dedicate as much time to sitting down and forcing myself to write. This means that I should be able to finish the epilogue of The Alchemist's Heart soon and get it out to my editors. After that, you'll get a lovely double-shot of TAH as I release Chapter 36 and the Epilogue simultaneously.

    I've also been discussing a possible spin-off of one of my stories with an author interested in picking it up. I won't say what or who at this point because there is still a lot up in the air, like if it'll ever even get posted. :raritywink: Even if it does, you needn't worry about quality of writing. This particular author, though seriously lacking in followers, is nothing if not wonderful. I'm actually excited that he took to the idea so well.

    [You know who you are, so if you want to comment on this part and spill the beans, the ball is in your court now.:pinkiecrazy:]

    Lastly, Seven has indeed gotten his head stuck in another video game. This time, it is the PC version of Square Enix's the Last Remnant, a very interesting strategic RPG that is as much figuring out what each union should be doing at any given time as it is about improving character skills/statistics and equipment. I'm only eight hours in and I expect I've only experienced at tiny portion of it. In just my last hour of gameplay, I've accidentally wandered into an area with enemies too strong for me, killed one such enemy before getting thoroughly thumped by the next encounter, and then discovered a rare monster [read miniboss] relevant to a task that could be completed for a reward. This ended in me repeating the same battle for forty-five minutes as said miniboss thoroughly trounced me time and time again, giving me even more trouble than the 'Fire Idol' boss. It wasn't until I looked up how much trouble that encounter gave others that I realized that I couldn't just keep bum-rushing it and hoping for the best.

    My only complaints about the game are that, like other things I tend to pick up, it's mildly addicting, and at this point, attribute level-ups [since the game doesn't have 'levels' in the same sense as traditional RPGs] seem almost semi-random.

    Edit: Also, thoughts on my altered avatar?

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  • 2w, 20h
    A Heads-up

    Just to let you all know, I might not be very active for a while. Presently, my family has it in their heads that I spend entirely too much time on the computer[a certain phrase involving black pots and kettles comes to mind]. To this end, they have changed both the Wi-Fi password, and the admin password on the Wi-Fi router. This of course means that I cannot look for a job, but then again, they're apparently doing this to punish me or something. Yeah, I don't think they entirely thought that through. I mean, it doesn't exactly discourage me from being on the computer when I still have a fully functional desktop and many games to play on both it and my PS3.

    I technically probably shouldn't even have access to my mother's Mac, but when opportunity provides itself...

    So yeah, until they stop being retarded, I won't be able to work on any of my writing [since I work entirely from Google Documents], look up symptoms to the possible bladder stone or UTI I awoke with, seek employment, or see how much a trip to Soldier's Memorial is going to cost me out-of-pocket to find out why there's been pain in either my urethra or bladder since I woke up to pee this morning. I'll be completely dark.

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  • 3w, 2d
    A long time coming...

    There's honestly no excuse for how distracted I've been in getting around to this. I have literally been sitting on a mostly-finished chapter for weeks. Between generally being lazy, and wanting to play video games rather than write, it's really unsurprising that it has taken me this long, but you know what? I'm okay with that. The last chapter pre-epilogue has finally been completed and sent out for editing. Even as I write this blog post, I'm also working on the Epilogue so that, hopefully, they can be released close together.

    The Alchemist's Heart has been quite the adventure for Silver Script... and for me. It's been fun, and I've [for the most part] enjoyed writing this story, but we all knew it would eventually come to an end. Am I satisfied with where I am leaving off? Mostly. There are things I would have liked to have done, but didn't, and there are certainly some things that I regret. Those of you who still follow the story after that regrettable decision probably understand exactly what I am speaking of. Yet I stand by what I've written, even if it pains me, for to change it now would be to erase months of work and completely sour my desire to finish the story.

    I've come to the decision that, while I probably won't come back to write more about Silver Script in the near future, I will be leaving room for some sort of sequel, or even a fan-based spin-off if somebody so chooses[though I'd advise them to wait on the epilogue before writing anything].

    This has been one hell of a ride, guys.

    Thank you.

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  • ...

Canceled sequel to Displaced.

It has been three years since the rogue Draconequus Morrigan threatened the stability of Equestria, and a further three since the defeat of Nightmare Moon. Since then, life has settled for even Equestria's newest resident, Goldenrod. However, following a bizarre celestial event, Twilight Sparkle has received not just a quest from Princess Celestia, but one that has the fate of the Mother of all Alicorns in the balance. If they fail, it's not just the Mother of the Alicorns that will die; all Alicorns and the peace they bring to the world will die out with her.

The fate of Equestria rests in the hooves of Twilight Sparkle and her ragtag team Celestia's chosen and participants in the 'Morrigan Affair'. Can they restore the artifacts binding the Prime Elements to Mother Gaea before it is too late, or is Equestria doomed to a dark fate beyond all imagination? Only a strength of spirit and a faith in each other will allow them to prevail.

First Published
3rd Sep 2012
Last Modified
7th Oct 2012
#1 · 111w, 2d ago · · · Prologue ·


edit: It is true that the stars are symbols of many things in several myths

you are modeling the Zebrican myths after Africa's natives lore aren't you?

and so far so good, man I missed your writing

#2 · 111w, 2d ago · · · Prologue ·

Just got thumbs up number three. I feel special to hold a high place in such an amazing story, now. Reading time!

#3 · 111w, 2d ago · · · Chapter 1: The Missive ·

1st again!!!!!!  :pinkiehappy::pinkiehappy::pinkiehappy::yay::yay::yay:

edit: A new spell, blackmail, character development, and making Einstein roll over in his grave? This so awesome!!!!

and that last part, curse video games for tainting our minds full of rpg style lists

#4 · 111w, 2d ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·


#5 · 111w, 2d ago · · · Chapter 1: The Missive ·

Not only is everything paced well, and done in a very nice format. The last bit with the notes on the party makes it feel almost like a game, and just that much more enjoyable. Well done, Seven. Well done.

#6 · 111w, 2d ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·

>>1212721 It very much is game inspired, so I'm glad that the notes were making the right impression. I'm glad you've enjoyed it thus far. :pinkiehappy:

Also inspired a bit by Fallout Equestria, as well.

#7 · 111w, 2d ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·

Like it so far. The game perk aspects are always fun. You gonna add more tags to the story as it goes on?

#8 · 111w, 2d ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·

>>1212820 Yep... and characters too.

#9 · 111w, 2d ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·

I spy a spelling error!!

"You try flying a quarter tonne of flowers halfway across Ponyville in the sweltering heat.”

I'm not a huge expert on grammar but that doesn't seem right to me...

and the way Twi is writing in that tome reminds me of Final Fantasy/Pokemon Ranger :twistnerd::twistnerd:

#11 · 111w, 2d ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·


A tonne is equal to about 1,000 kilograms, mate.

#12 · 111w, 2d ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·

>>1212947 sorry, I sometimes question words I don't understand

#13 · 111w, 2d ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·


It's understandable, I was under the impression that tonne was a misspelling until a few months ago.

#14 · 111w, 2d ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·

let me guess, you one of Seven's editors?

#15 · 111w, 22h ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·

it seems that i got something else to read that i know ill like thanks :ajsmug:

#16 · 111w, 19h ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·

the Mother of all Alicorns

Lauren Faust is in danger?!? NOOOOOOOOOOO!

#17 · 111w, 17h ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·

Oh, man. This is awesome stuff. I very much look forward to reading more. :twilightsmile:

#18 · 111w, 10h ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·

This is great so far, and I love the game notes at the end of the chapters, they add a nice touch.

#19 · 111w, 9h ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·

The extra information at the end is pretty similar to what's in 'The Legend of Echo the Diamond Dog'.

I love it. :pinkiehappy:

Also, is it possible that tags could be added to the story?

Because I really don't know if you're going to go anywhere with that 'awkwardness-towards-Braeburn', or you're just keeping it in for the sake of awkward comedy.

It just feels like there could be a potential shipping; one which I would whole-heartedly support.

#20 · 111w, 9h ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·

>>1225314 I add tags as are needed. Same with characters.

#21 · 110w, 6d ago · · 1 · Prologue ·

Sweet baby luna is this a sequil I smell and THIRD:derpyderp2:

#22 · 110w, 4d ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·

I found you through your Lyra fic, and I am glad I did. I love your stories.

#23 · 108w, 4d ago · · · Prologue ·

Amazing!!!! :pinkiehappy: Glad to see you're back, SevenFates! :twilightsmile: I totally loved this, great beginning, and I see you're doing quite a good job keeping grammar and spelling under control. :rainbowkiss:

#24 · 108w, 4d ago · · · Chapter 1: The Missive ·

I love this! :pinkiehappy: The plot is going swimmingly. By the way...

"The filly was the best in ponyville at the moment, and she couldn’t wait for Rainbow Dash..."

Ahem, Ponyville. :twilightsheepish:

And didn't Goldenrod used to be a unicorn :rainbowhuh: Well, it does seem to be more appropriate if he was a pegasus for this. :twilightsheepish:

Love how this is going, and the log that Twi writes in the end makes it seems so awesome, almost like a video game! :rainbowlaugh:

#25 · 108w, 4d ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·

Oh, I see, so that's why Goldenrod's a pegasus! :rainbowlaugh: Loving this so much! :pinkiehappy: Can't wait for more!!

"...say, Star Swirl the Bearded―had been offered a step into godhood?"

I'm pretty sure it's spelled "Starswirl" but maybe that's just me. :unsuresweetie:

Going great, can't wait for chapter 4! :yay:

#26 · 108w, 4d ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·

>>1322300 Eh, you say potato, I say potato.:rainbowwild: Oh, and I think you mean Chapter 3.:raritywink:

#27 · 108w, 2d ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·

>>1322318 Yeah, Chapter 3. :twilightsheepish:

I have a bad habit of counting the prologue as a chapter. :pinkiesad2:

#28 · 107w, 4d ago · · · Chapter 1: The Missive ·


Did you read the end of Displaced? His current form as a Pegasus is explained there, as are a lot of the connecting elements to this story. You might want to go back and read it again.

Also, CUTIE MARK CRUSADERS BLACKMAILERS YAY! Don't you dare give them that idea, Scootaloo, don't you dare... :scootangel:

And the RPG list at the end is pretty sweet. Actually, for a lot of stories, something like that (a quick summary of the previous chapter in RPG or similar form) isn't a bad idea, especially while the story is being written, so people can remember the previous events when a new chapter is added.

#29 · 107w, 3d ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·

>>1362476 Oh, is that so? I forgot all about that! :rainbowlaugh: I read Displaced a while ago, and I've read a few more fanfics between reading this and the last book. :twilightsheepish: Thanks for the reminder.

#30 · 107w, 18h ago · · · Chapter 2: Setting Out ·

I like how Goldie gets all flustered around Braeburn.. is that gonna be frequent in this story? :3

........... For some reason, when I heard "laughing mountain", I thought of an old bottled water commercial involving a volcano and a dinosaur.

>>1397980 Oh, the Volvic mineral water commercials. I remember a whole arseload of YTPs being made from those.

It's been so long since the last update, I had to reread the entire story. I enjoyed every second of it.

So Strongheart joins the party and leaves a millisecond later. Well, okay then.

Why am I getting a serious Legend of Zelda vibe about these 'temples' they are heading for? Seriously. Four temples, each with it's own element of fire, water, earth, and going to assume wind. Each one has an artifact related to said elements, and each artifact is being guarded by the four beings brought down from the stars... Eeyup, total LoZ right there.


LoZ had more than four temples though, you sure you aren't thinking of Final Fantasy?

>>1790750Haven't played that many FF games. And I don't mean exactly 4 temples. All LoZ games have the original 3 (grass, fire, water) then go on to other temples. Just saying the elemental temples sounds like LoZ. And btw, Spirit Tracks has 4.

#39 · 93w, 3d ago · · · Chapter 1: The Missive ·

Twilight forgot to set the loot master :twilightoops:

Unless Twilight already set it to free for all:twilightblush:

cancelled what where am i what dimension am i in????

:rainbowderp:thats odd. it says cancelled.......:fluttershyouch:fight the tears....

WHY NO MOAR GAEAN CRUSADE????:flutterrage::flutterrage::flutterrage:

>>1213119 Both tonne and ton are right, one's English, and the other is American-English.

Cancelled? Why cancelled?

>>3782079 I'll direct you to the blog on the matter. Here it is.

>>3782302 Ah, fair enough. I guess that's not so bad. I've seen some pretty sad reasons for cancelling stories.

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