An Unwanted Revolution · 7:45pm
When fighting the changeling Queen, something inside Celestia simply broke. Although that “something” should have healed, as all wounds do, on its own, Chrysalis had been sadistically careful to make sure it didn’t. A lasting revenge that continued to grow and infect long after the changeling Queen herself vanished from play.
Now, Luna stands horrified in the same role her sister had a millennia ago, as she watches Celestia’s sanity slip and crumble away into darkness. Twilight struggles to race against the clock to find a way to stop Celestia’s transformation before all falls into hellfire.
A new evil rises from the ashes of shattered harmony and hope- And an unwanted revolution is about to begin.
Sacra Luna. Nos coniungamus. Sit luna oriatur.
Regina noctis pro nobis.
All hail Queen Luna.
All hail Princess Twilight.
Heavens save us from Solar Flare.
"ASCENSION! GET YOUR FLANK BACK HERE! I NEED TO WRITE YOU!"
It seems that I have a dilemma of my own. Primarily that my pet project is determinedly alluding me, and the story that I was writing for relaxation purposes, Home Reversal, became a headache sometime in December. After having writer's block almost constantly for nearly two months, perhaps I shouldn't be surprised that with it finally lifting, I want to write again. What does surprise me a little bit, is that a whole new story seems to be trying to write itself in the void where Ascension SHOULD be writing itself.
*Glares pointedly at Ascension who sticks its tongue out*
Buuuuut it doesn't seem likely that Ascension is going to come around in the next couple weeks. Home Reversal has a much better chance, as I've found myself able to work on it at least a little bit. Yay for that I suppose.
So I guess what this rather rambling blog post is saying is this:
My search for Inspiration took me in the opposite direction than I though it would, but I found something that I think could be amazing where I wasn't expecting it to, and I am curious to see what your, my beloved readers, opinion on this new story is, should I come to write it, (Which is probable) or if it decides to drag me kicking and screaming down its plot line whether I like it or not so i may as well record it all so you can come along with if you so desire. (Which, much like Scars, is quite likely, I just hope this is better recieved.)
Speaking of Scars, I really should just say, 'Buck all of you" and finish writing it for my own enjoyment/purposes, but I suppose I'll get around to that eventually.