>>449861449861 I like a mix, myself. Fanfiction is great because it gives us a chance to explore all kinds of stuff that would never in a million years fly on the show itself - romance, death, deep worldbuilding, crossovers, and so forth. But it's important to also read stuff like this as well to keep grounded and remind oneself "ah yes, *these* are the ponies I know and love."
>>449834449834 Yeah, I seem to have a niche audience. Most people seem to be trying to get away from the show as much as possible. My goal is to stay as close to it as I can. I'll probably range out at some point, but I'm trying to give fans more of the show instead of something totally alien to the series. Again, thanks for reading and I'm glad you enjoyed it!
>>449797449797 No problem. I saw it over on reddit and took a look, it was a fun little adventure that fits extremely well into the style of the show itself. I like to read those every once in a while in between the grand cosmos-defining twilestia epics and the post-apocalyptic grimdark epics and whatnot. :)
Thanks for favoriting A Door Jam! It's my personal favorite story, so I'm thrilled when someone else likes it!
>>404405404405 No problem. It's a fairly niche field, but Dragon Age was a great game so I'm interested in checking out what's there. :)
hey thanks for joining the group kid
>>399497399497 I'm in. Always love a good underdog. :)
Say if you have an interest in Diamond Dogs you could check out a small group just for them! It is called The Pack
>>332908332908 The inspiration for my screen name actually came from The Endless Forest, I really liked the visual feel of that even though I don't actually play it. But I've seen Princess Mononoke too, so there's some bleed-over from that as well. :)
Your name makes me think Princess Mononoke's spirit of the forest. Amiright?