Lyra knows a lot about human and she likes to share her knowledge with her good friend Pinkie Pie. Lyra chose to show Pinkie Pie the internet. Something humans use to look up random stuff. Pinkie Pie becomes very interested in the internet and decides to do anything she wants to on it.
With a comet heading towards Equestria it falls upon Twilight to find a way to bring it into orbit. Though the challenge of magically moving a hurtling space rock isn't the only trial she must overcome...
*Story takes place close to the end of Season 6
*Teen / Sex Rated for tongue-in-cheek teasing and less-than-conventional relationships. Suggestive but nothing explicit.
Summer Sun was not a fan of the ground and most of the ponies who lived on it. As a Pegasus she felt she only truly belonged in the sky. With a steady job as a weather pony it seemed she would never need to live on the ground.
That changed one day when she got an assignment to oversee the transfer of water to Cloudsdale. What she thought would be a one time thing turned into a full job.
Now she is stuck in Ponyville. Worse yet she might actually like it there. Worse of all it seems she might honestly have feelings for an earth pony stallion!
Her world is about to come crashing down to earth and she hates every second.
Preread by: Muggonny
This story is a sequel to Ten Little Ponies
It has been ten years since the events of "Ten Little Ponies" and state Equestria has begun to decay. Multiple different factions have begun springing up around the land plotting to take control of the weakened government. Very few remain loyal to what originally was Equestria. However, there is one organization that is holding everything in the balance.
The Pony Core, created by Shining Armor, is an organization that operates from the Crystal Empire. There, different trained assassins and mercenaries have defected from their nations to help keep the peace in Equestria or what's left of it. Along with the help of some loyal to the crown, they target high profile individuals and take them out before they are able to take control. So far, it has succeed...until now.
It appears that a murderous mole is operating inside the core and is causing the assassins to betray one another. With the entire fate of Equestria in the balance, can the true members of the core stop this mole and keep the peace before the opposing groups fight for control?
The characters are aged up in this story
Reading of "Ten Little Ponies" is not required to read this but is recommended.
Inspired by Roosterteeth's Eleven Little Roosters (Mature Conent Warning!)
"Griffons and Hippogriffs can never do anything better than a pony can do". The griffons of the Golden Eagle Excavation and Mining Company are ready to prove that statement wrong. Join fore-mare Billie and construction workers Gilda, Greta, and many others as they get their talons dirty.
All was quiet in the small town of Ashfell. The town always got a lazy trickle of visitors, never more than a dozen at a time. That was, until the changelings came. Now amongst their number, Taylor Vasquez has to lead his town through the trials of being bug-horses. If only he knew anything about leading.
Co-authored by Thunderclap, edited by Em2pt5
You think you know the residents of Ponyville? All ponies have secrets that they keep hidden, unwilling to share with others. It's time to find out the secret life of Big Mac.
Part of a series of "Secret Life of ..." stories, though they don't exist in the same continuity.
The cover art comes from the Brotherhooves Social episode of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and all related content is owned by Hasbro. CYA.
Some people say that Celestia and Luna are useless. That they lounge in the castle while delegating all their responsibilities to hard working, underappreciated, exceptionally well-read students. That even when faced directly with threats to kingdom and country, they fold like cheap origami and wait to be rescued.
These people are correct. But there's a very good reason for it!
[Rated Teen due to a dark scene early on to set some backstory, and occasional comedic death]