Adaption - A Changling's Story · 7:28am
So I saw it up on the featured box and...
I was disappointed. :c
Not disappointed because the story was bad. No no no, by no sense of the word.
Disappointed by my own expectations :C
I saw the cover art, read a bit of the summary (not all of it mind you), and thought to myself "It's a story about a changling who lost her hive after the events of canon MLP, the blast/ etc probably sent her near Ponyville, or close enough to come across Scootaloo, who before being discovered changed into a pony. That pony being Scootaloo's missing mother (There isn't evidence to it), the changling knowing to change into that image because Changlings could potentially have mind-affiliated powers (evidence dating back to Chrysalis and her manipulative spells of Shining Armor) and read Scootaloo's deeper memories. Then being thrown into an entire event having to do with Scootaloo, as Scootaloo really does think it's her actual mother, never letting go of the Changling due to Scootaloo's eagerness to stay beside her after a long time of not seeing her. The changling becomes attatched to Scootaloo and becomes like a mother to her until an event happens that causes Scootaloo to know that it isn't her mother and horrified Scootaloo goes through a huge emotional break, causing the changling to feel horribly bad, and this moral dilemma drama epic ends with Scootaloo accepting her mother's never returning and decides to accept the changling as her mother due to the experiences shared between the threshold and climax events, and after facing mental endeavors about guilt and the "Not deserving to be your mother" mentality, the Changling too stays as Scootaloo's mother. Thus, ending it in a beautiful golden sunset."
But as you can see, I was disappointed. I hate the aspect of prejudice...