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A simple writer with complicated taste.


This story is a sequel to Equestrylvania


The name alone can curdle blood and hush a crying infant. When his castle takes the place of Canterlot's royal palace, a shroud of despair falls across all Equestria. Ponies are fearful. The land is rotting. Once-peaceful animals have gone rabid.

These are the tales of those ponies brave enough to withstand Dracula's darkness.

The companion piece to Equestrylvania. All side-stories that aren't relevant to the main plot can be found here, a compendium of short tales regarding things like other places and characters in Equestria, character history bits, and even Bestiary entries for Castlevania's many monsters.

Chapters (3)
Comments ( 11 )

Babs Seed, Babs Seed, what you gonna do?
Got a monster on your tail.
Got to hide, you got to bail.
Babs Seed, Babs Seed, if it's after you.
You gotta hurry, you gotta flee.
You need to scurry don't you see.
Babs Seed, Babs Seed.
You're not a bad, bad seed.

Yes, more MLC! :yay:

And aside from a few sudden tense shifts in the flashback sections, this was awesome! :rainbowdetermined2:

~The lizardman hopes more is soon to come


The very name inspires instant face-palming from everyone who has gotten nauseous from the severe over-use of vampires, and who think they were much more amusing when all they did was rise from their coffins and go "Blah blah!"



It's odd how fitting such a song would be. God, I can see the cheap Scooby-Doo running-through-the-doors segment now.



The very name inspires authors everywhere to throw up a little in their mouths.

4473255 Everything is proceeding according to my designs... heh heh heh...


Palpatine, the Troll Lord. :trollestia:

I fail to understand how the CMC's song made you think of Scooby-Doo.

Poor Babsy, at least she mad it out, and her sister as well :pinkiesad2:

First encountered by Richet Belmont in 1792


This chapter would be a lot more interesting if there was some sort of reaction from the ponies reading it. Just a thought.

That flashback was intense. Still, glad to see Fluttershy's character be developed.

Not sure how this directly relates to the story, but it's still great and I look forward to seeing what else you do with the other ponies. :twilightsmile:

I like this; it's more than a simple description of the creatures and what they can do, but a literal recount of each person's personal encounter with such fiends. For example, I never ONCE knew the Dullahan had a weakness to gold. I hope there will be more entries like this.

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