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StageQuill


Um- HI! Oh, sorry... Hi? It's Stagequill! Your friendly neighborhood actress and writer, ready to perform at the drop of a hat (Or in Chrysalis' case, the explosion of a hat). Hello world!

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Twilight Sparkle decides young artists should be featured at the Grand Galloping Gala, and asks Sweetie Belle to sing. Which will triumph: Sweetie Belle's voice or her nerves?

And will her friendships survive the monthlong separation?

Chapters (4)
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Comments ( 14 )

Nice! And thanks for the dictionary....

Very charming story, I was entertained from start to finish !

3809901 Thanks! :pinkiehappy: I should be adding more soon, I've just been distracted.

At first I was like, "What's with the definition?" Then the second one came, and I was like, "That's weird. It's written like an entry from a dictio-" :facehoof:
Ah, right; It's Sweetie Belle. That's actually some pretty awesome meta humor.

Yeah, I think I see where this is going, now.

Whether intentional or not, this story brings up an interesting point: out of all the CMC and their likely special talents, Sweetie Belle is the most likely to be the most successful. You can get some fame as a daredevil, or maybe a bit at remodeling homes (or whatever Apple Bloom does), but those both pale in comparison to the fame, attention, and money that a professional singer/musician is likely to get. The CMC were gonna have to deal with this eventually.

This is great so far, and I look forward to more.

Is there going to be another update to this soon?

"Agree to what, now?" Applejack asked the extremely excited filly. "It's not gonna do any damage, is it?"

its just a song. how much damage could they possible do with a song

Sweetie Belle stopped stock still mid-jump.

i imagined Sweetie Belle pulled a shaggy and scooby by stopping in mid air

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