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This profile is mostly for my mature works. There may still be some worksafe posts though. For my non-pony smut works visit my Ao3 page.


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It is now live.

Only took me four months. Match-3 games unfortunately continued to hypnotize me far too often for my liking. Really gotta try to be more efficient with my time. Thank god I finished this one just as the steam summer sale picked up, or else it might not have gotten done until.....well, probably the next steam sale. :derpyderp1:

Next chapter should be a little more.....fun to write though, so hopefully it won't take quite as long.

Oh, and there's a little "spot the reference" game in this chapter. See if you can get it!

That's all from me for now.


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#50 · 20w, 22h ago · · ·

>>1704271 Ah, then you just keep up the good work. I feel there's not a lot of top tier writers active on this site nowadays.

#49 · 20w, 22h ago · 1 · ·


I'm focusing on Growth Spurts at the moment, but PSI2 is still on the back burner with a few thousand words simmering in a doc file.

#48 · 20w, 1d ago · · ·

Heard there was a sequel to PSI in the works, how's that going? :pinkiegasp:

#47 · 22w, 4d ago · · ·


It's a panel from a webcomic called "Homestuck" ( This page in particular ). It's written in the format of an old school text-based choose-your-own-adventure RPG, and is a story about four internet friends who decide to play a Sims-esque MMO together that ends up destroying the world, forcing them to escape into the game's universe to survive. Think of it like if Jumanji was a Sci Fi game (And pretend Zathura doesn't exist).

I'd highly recommend it.  It's unique among webcomics in that it takes advantage of the internet as a storytelling medium better than any webcomic out there. Rather than restrict itself to static pages of uniform size, Homestuck makes liberal use of flash animation, music, infinite page length, reader interactivity, and even breaking the conventions of the webpage itself to tell its story. It's also hilarious and very well-written. If you can get through the slow beginning, you'll never look back. Give it a try!

#46 · 22w, 4d ago · · ·

just curious, where's your profile pic from?

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