The Equestrian Wasteland is a harsh, unforgiving place. It takes you of everything you have, steals all you've ever known and cared about away. Such is the fate of the Alicorns of the former Unity. Everything they have had since the beginning is now gone.
Some have accepted the fate, and have moved on... others... have not. Such is the fate of one Alicorn in particular. 21, the egotistical, rage filled, self proclaimed successor of the Goddess, struggles against the harsh Equestrian Wasteland itself in her quest to punish the villain that stole away her life.
However, that villain might not be the one she thinks.More Less
Everyone remembers how Twilight Sparkle and her friends defeated Nightmare Moon and restored balance and harmony to Equestria, what everyone does not remember, however, was that this was not the first time that it happened.
But I remember. I remember it as clear as day, and as I watched my sister fly away from the Royal Castle in Canterlot, I only wish that I hadn't been in denial.
Everything that happened was my fault.
A re-imagining of Wheller's first series.More Less
100 years in the future, where Equestria is a parliamentary republic and cutie marks don't exist. There is another nation that has grown to be the antithesis of Equestria, the Unified Praesidium of Socialist Republics. After being taken prisoner by the NKVD, the Praesidium Intelligence Agency, unicorn mare Summer Lightfall must join forces with an unlikely band to pull off the greatest escape from a prison the world has ever known.More Less
A prequel to: The Parliament of Dreams
95 years in the future, where Equestria is a parliamentary republic and cutie marks don't exist. There is a small nation known as the Federation of Salaya, situated in chain of islands in the South Sea. It's a peaceful, idealistic setting with sun, surf, and most importantly, Insurgency. A series of bad judgement calls strands three ponies of the Equestrian Republican Army's Fillydelphia Regiment in the middle of dense jungle. Cut off from the rest of their forces and running low on ammunition with only a nervous and inept officer to lead them, they're fighting for their lives.
In the words of Lance Corporal Summer Lightfall: 'We're screwed'.More Less
A sequel to: The Parliament of Dreams
A hundred years in the future, where Equestria is a parliamentary republic, and cutie marks don't exist, a simple run for take out food ends up being more than Detective Sergeant Ana Kelso bargained for when she discovers a certain pink party pony asleep on the hood of her car... despite the fact that Pinkie Pie is supposed to have been dead for the last fifty years.More Less
It's been a hundred years since Princess Celestia and Princess Luna were overthrown, and the Equestrian Republic was founded, a hundred years since anyone has gotten a cutie mark. So what happens when a completely ordinary pony living in the Republican Capital City of Ponyville woke up one morning and discovered that one has appeared on her flank?More Less
Driven from their home, Twilight Sparkle and friends return to Ponyville to face the final battle against their enemies. When the freedom of all of Equestria hangs in the balance, Twilight has to decide just how far she's willing to go.More Less
Twilight & co. have returned home, only to discover that Ponyville is not the little town that they left behind. Having been renovated by mysterious conglomerate to usher Equestria into the modern age. and are called in to meet with the company's bosses.More Less
Twilight Sparkle has fallen from grace, and now is a fugitive from the law. On the run from the Police Internationale, she sets out from the port city of Trotterdam on a five hundred kilometre trek to the distant city of Königsberg, while at the same time, trying to stay one step ahead of a ruthless detective determined to bring her to justice.More Less
Twilight Sparkle loves to read, and when she picks up a strange little book that she has no idea from where it came. She finds that she has trouble putting it down. Her friends become concerned when she isn't able to leave her home without it.More Less