School's Out · 2:43pm
Well, finally home for the summer and all my finals are done. Expect chapters and Ask Thistleroot posts later today.
Sequel to Discordant.
Almost ten years have passed since Scootaloo helped free Discord. She’s learned to live with the consequences, but it’s never easy. After being fired from the local weather control team, she receives a letter from Princess Celestia, offering her a job as an assistant flight instructor for gifted pegasi. With no better options, she reluctantly accepts. But why her, what game is Celestia playing, and what exactly is going on in Canterlot?More Less
Rarity's family name is in shambles, and her fortune is nonexistent. To return what her father squandered, she and her good friend Pinkie Pie turn to piracy, commandeering a magical airship and kidnapping the princess's personal student.
When Princess Celestia learns of Twilight and Applejack's abduction, she doesn't agree to pay the ransom. No, she hires the sky's greatest tactical mind, the Daring Swordspony Rainbow Dash, and her sidekick, Fluttershy. As the two groups engage in a game of cat and mouse, more dangerous threats hang on the horizon. Aztec Curses, angry gods, and a mysterious figure known only as the Derp Pirate Roberts.
Will the six Elements of Harmony be able to gather the seven pieces of eight, or will the world fall to utter chaos, and rise up as an empire of anarchy and piracy?
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The ceiling above LowSector Borough is painted blue to look like the sky. Of course, the sky is just a myth, something parents tell their foals to distract them from their miserable lives of filth and pollution in the underground world of Equestria. That's what low ranking ranger Twilight Sparkle truly believes, anyway.
When a simple assignment goes wrong, Twilight finds herself with the powers of an ancient beast and watching over an odd pony with wings. This shy pegasus holds the key to returning the sky to Equestria and saving their rotten world, if she can just live long enough. Is this world worth saving, though, or will Twilight Sparkle use her power to wipe it clean and take up the role of the Destroyer of a Thousand Years?
Whatever she decides, one thing is certain. What she does will change everything.
Crossover with Breath of Fire, Dragon Quarter. You shouldn't need to play that game to understand the plot, though feel free to comment if something needs more explanation. The first chapter follows the plot of the game pretty closely, but after that it will deviate quite a bit.More Less
Rainbow Dash has everything a pony could want: great friends, a decent job, and a promising future with the Wonderbolts, but something's missing. Something keeps nagging at the back of her mind, something she's forgotten.
When an ancient prophecy comes true, and a mysterious unicorn appears in Ponyville, it seems like an easy job for the Elements of Harmony. But how does this unicorn know so much about Rainbow and her friends? How is she always around when something important happens? Why won't the elements work anymore, and most importantly, what is it that Rainbow Dash can't remember?
Can the five Elements of Harmony defeat Twilight Sparkle before she fulfills the prophecy and destroys harmony in Equestria forever?More Less
Hearth's Warming Eve has come once again, which means fun in the snow, warm food, and spending time with family. At least, that's what it means for most ponies. For Scootaloo it means a day off from crusading, loneliness, and the coldest night of the year. When Discord begins to whisper to her from his stone prison, she questions the beliefs held by many. What was so great about Harmony? What could be so bad about a world where chocolate milk fell from the sky?
Thanks to The Band Brony, Gsppcrocks10, Inkscrawler, TheBuggiest, and minjask6572 for help with editing. Thanks to SStwins for the awesome cover art.More Less