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  • 5 weeks
    As I come close to the ending of Under the Black Moon, for two weeks estimated Off-season will be delayed

    So... an header.

    I am at the very ending of the novel, and want to focus on it. Sorry.

    There will be a few chapters of UtBM published simultaneously, to cover culmination all at once.

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  • 7 weeks
    To clarify the link between Under the Black Moon and Off-season

    From the Off-season's point of view:

    0. Both books should be okay to read without knowing the other part.
    1. Under the Black Moon happened a few (unspecified, but really little. Less than twenty, likely less than ten) years ago.

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  • 27 weeks
    Latest story expanded

    Far Away from Home had been significantly expanded. Plus ~300 words total, mostly to ease the logic gap in between. A few corrections all over the text too.

    It's marked Complete. Does it need a sequel or a second chapter, though? I mean, it is not the primary project, so no pressure one way or the other.

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  • 28 weeks
    A letter from a place not so far away

    important edit: please note that in the original story there is an asterisk with a few clarifications in the first comment to that story; the author's intended meaning was different than the one I got when I read it and when I had been publishing the text below.

    My reply would not work and would not exist for the antagonist of Trixie Kicks a Bigot who advocates genocide.

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  • 29 weeks
    A few bits about me

    For my soul, MLP started at Season 4, and got me invested in Season 5. I appreciate and sometimes feel a longing for the almost pure Utopia of Season 1, but it is not my home.

    I am not the Grimdark author though, and never will be.

    I live in Russia, so English goes as my second language. My stories are, in fact, very much improved by my proofreaders and beta-readers.

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Jul
28th
2021

To clarify the link between Under the Black Moon and Off-season · 6:51pm July 28th

From the Off-season's point of view:

0. Both books should be okay to read without knowing the other part.
1. Under the Black Moon happened a few (unspecified, but really little. Less than twenty, likely less than ten) years ago.
2. World of UtBM, as presented, lay right there in Off-season, beyond the portal of Littlehorn. The portal is still experimental. The portal was built as a joint effort from both sides shortly after the end of UtBM. It works both ways.
3. World of Off-season is... pretty relevant to canon one, and most everything that happened in canon, happened there. You can place Off-season in a 'near future after Season 9' and you will not be wrong. There are many events that did not happen in canon, thanks to the major difference of AU, which is: notable 'gray-ing' of later seasons of MLP:FiM has an in-world cause: Off-season, which is to say, 'a night comes to town'. It's not an overthrow, and it's not even drastic or catastrophic. It's a cosmic seasons change.

Oh, and one more important thing to note: while time goes forward with the same speed for the both sides of the portal (it's NOT like in fairy tales, when a day there is a century here), timelines are shifted, and always were shifted. For Metropolis' citizens, step through the portal is like a step into a distant past, with a chance to view ancients with their own eyes.

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