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Daemon McRae


The magic comedy hoers.

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This could be the story of any small boy and his friends. But it just so happens, that this is the story of the friends of one particular small boy: Christopher Robin.

And the happy pink pony who blusters into the Hundred Acre Woods one particularly windsome Windesday.

Join Tigger, Eeyore, Winnie the Pooh, and the rest of the inhabitants of the Hundred Acre Wood as they meet new friends and explore a new, colorful land called Equestria, and help their new friend get home.

If they can ever find it, that is. Not that they're in any great hurry.

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Much thanks to my prereader, Belligerent Sock.

Chapters (4)
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Comments ( 114 )

Uh... sure! Fuck it, I'll read it

“Well, Kanga’s a mother, and mothers like to bake cakes.

Wow, Eyore, really?

Yay, Winnie the Pooh crossover!

Winnie the Pooh and MlP?
You just piqued this cats interesset.^^

Ha! I'm surprised this hasn't come up sooner!

To the read later list with this one.

DF

Hmm... Well, can't say that I've seen this particular crossover before. Sounds interesting. Proper grammar in description. Going on my Read Later List.

Waaait... You're that guy that wrote Eyes Wide Shut. Damnit, I haven't gotten around to reading that yet...

This just made my day! :rainbowkiss: Winnie the Pooh was my favorite growing up! :heart: Moar please!

Couldn't keep the huge grin off of my face as I read this. You write with the style of Winnie the Pooh so well that reading it made me feel like a kid again. Really, I can't imagine why I haven't found a crossover like this sooner. The two worlds are both so different, yet mesh together really well. I can't wait to see more.

Also, I can't help but wonder. If the original context of Winnie the Pooh is Christopher Robin playing with his toys, then would a bunch of colourful ponies appearing from another world represent another child playing with Christopher Robin?

Perhaps a little girl named Lauren? :rainbowderp:

This sounds like a very original and wonderful crossover for a series that has not had such a thing. Winnie The Pooh was one of my favorite cartoon series (including the original storybook classics, the new adventures, the play time series, and even a live action puppet series that aired on what use to be Playhouse Disney called The Book of Pooh). Fun fact, during the new adventures and playtime series Eeyore was voiced by Peter Cullen, the voice of Optimus Prime. :twistnerd:

It just so happens that I have a VHS tape of "Tigger Private Ear" and I've seen it many times. My favorite episode on said VHS is "Sham Pooh" when Pooh loses his appetite, and suddenly everyone starts thinking they're someone else. The funniest part of all is when Gopher thinks he's Owl, and keeps crash landing. Ah the nostalgia.:rainbowlaugh:

I heard this intro in my head at the beginning. Nostalgia.

4011774 Well, he is supposed to be a figment of the imagination of a little boy, so a little unintentional sexism is understandable on Christopher Robin's, and thus Eeyore's, part.

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Shut up! They are real living breathing creatures!

4013783 Ooh, then explain the stitches, pal. I prefer to believe that they're magic stuffed animals, because the alternative is that everyone except Rabbit and Owl have gone through horrific accidents that required major surgery.

...geez, now I feel bad...

WOO WOO! ALL ABOARD THE NOSTALGIA TRAIN!

4013505 *opens the floodgates of memories*

4013008 Yeah, I remember that show (the book of pooh) I never really liked it though. When I was kid, I loved 'The new adventures of pooh". I think that's what it's called... and I still like it today, even though I haven't watched them in years...

4014287 That series is my favorite, and is what the story is based on.

Oof! Right in the childhood.

+1 like.

i like the story so far

4014287 The new adventure series was great as well. Though it wasn't always consisent with the storybook classics. For example Piglet and Owl have their homes prior to the events of The Blustery Day. And in at least one episode Tigger seems upset when he thinks Pooh ate all his honey, when in his debut in The Blustery Day he said "Tiggers don't like honey!".

Oh..my...
This is just wonderful...:pinkiehappy:
I love this! Fave and like!

My childhood says thank you.:twilightsmile:

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I love how someone downvoted my comment. :rainbowlaugh:

“He-hey, yeah! Great idea donkey-boy!” Tigger said joyfully, as he slapped Eeyore on the back as a thank you. And, of course, the motion sent the pile of sticks to the ground, as Tigger hopped away. “TTFN! Tata for now!”

My childhood! Someone shot it with a nostalgia cannon! :pinkiecrazy:

Since MLP is supposed to be a kid show, this crossover is a really cool match!

4016464 My childhood is high right now from this story... if that makes any sense:derpytongue2:

 He waved a very big wave at Pinkie Pie, who hoped carefully 

Hopped, not hoped.

 huuuuuuge/ wheredyaget’em

Random slash after huge.

On an unrelated note oh merciful heavens the nostalgia I... must... FAVORITE!

Fun fact, Gopher is a Disney creation. He is not present in the original stories.

Gopher! He's not in the book!

I can't wait for her to meet Pooh bear!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:pinkiehappy::pinkiehappy::twilightsmile::twilightsmile:

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4019412 You'd think one of my two editors woulda pointed that out. Thanks.

Huh.

Not gonna lie, this isn't something I expected.

I like it.

Why hasn't this been done before!

cause I’m supposd to be bringing cake back

*supposed

Hmm... Gopher going on about how he's not in the book... characters directly interacting with the narrator, pages and physical text...

That show really didn't have a fourth wall at all, did it?

Aw, I was hoping Gopher would say his catchphrase "I'm not in the book!" before leaving. Ah well, another cute chapter! :pinkiesmile:

4020478 That's not really his catchphrase. I am quite sure he says it only in the movie. It is a joke that points out that he was made for the shows/movies and was not a character from the original stories. In other words: he was literally not in the books. It is somewhat like the Montypython joke about Sr. Not Appearing in This Movie. It is also very quotable. Still, it is not his catchphrase.

That said, I half expected him to say it as well. But the joke would not make much sense in this context. This is not the movie and this story was based on a cannon where Gopher does exits rather than one(the book) were he does not.

And then pinkie woke up in her bed with her friends around her saying she got hit on the head outside in the wind storm

I have not read this yet... but this is the most unique crossover idea on the site so far.

OMG I love Winnie the Pooh so much! I think I will enjoy this crossover very much.

That you author, I feel so much happiness after reading this!

This is the cutest and quite possibly the most accurate representation of a Pooh tale, I'm having childlike nostalgic feelings... I WANT MOAR! :flutterrage:

Aww that was cute! :pinkiehappy:
cant wait to read the rest!

Such a cute story! Reminds me of when I was a kid. :pinkiesad2:

Without another work, he went back to work

Didn't you mean "Without another work, he went back to word" ? :raritywink:

Now all that's left is for Pinkie Pie to meet Piglet and the not so wise Owl. And perhaps Christopher Robin as well.

It's okay! Pinkie will charm the bees away... somehow. Are bees close enough to parasprites for that to work?:pinkiegasp:

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