After touring her newest boutique in Canterlot, Rarity decides to treat Fluttershy to quiet dinner at a fancy Prench restaurant.
It doesn't work out that way.
Yet another take on Monty Python for ponies.
Scootaloo has finally mastered the art of flight, and claimed her birthright to soar across the sky.
Yet, for all her accomplishments, Scootaloo still tortures herself over what might have been. What would you give up to save a friend?
Submission for the Scootaloo Fiction Contest!
As Midnight Sparkle began to tear holes in reality in her mad desire to understand magic, one portal opens up to Canterlot, and unnoticed by Sunset Shimmer, Princess Celestia watched on. Watching her once power obsessed student become a hero.
Mysterious shops that aren't there the next day are common in many worlds that have at least some magic to them. They appear in a variety of forms, from shady booths in exotic bazaars to squirrely hucksters with infinite-capacity trenchcoats to cosplay supply tables at convention vendor halls. But the classic, poorly lit store overstocked with mysterious trinkets is a timeless symbol of the plot device salesman's art, and Equestria is no different. Canterlot alone has eight of them, none of which maintain a single address for more than a week at a time and all of which reinforced by wards that protect them from angry customers looking for refunds.
None of that is going to stop the pair of angry orange hind legs approaching the front door of one at rapid velocity. After all, you have to buy something to count as a customer.
Inspired by the Time Action Glory Challenge's "April Tomfoolery" prompt and the pictured Starbucks menu item, which really did exist at one point in time.
Rated Teen for very mild innuendo and much less mild bodily processes.
Glitter Brightstar finds herself in a different version of the Equestra that she knows and sees that her friends are all acting different.
The reason this happened to her?, Three words universe swap spell.
Hopefully she doesn't cause any problems...
(this is the sequel to "Same Faces,Wrong Universe".
When a strange group of ponies obsessed with making magic even for everypony captures Fluttershy, she's crippled with fear. But soon, she finds an unlikely ally and a friend. However, can they get out together with their sanity intact or will Fluttershy's mind forever belong to the Ying-Yang group? Sombra-Shy.
Rated T and Dark for torture, trauma and ponies being jerks. You've been warned. Also, no, Fluttershy won't be hurt. I'm not that cruel. The majority of the story will be the recovery from being imprisoned.