• Published 3rd Apr 2014
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The Purloined Pony - Chris



When a young foal goes missing, it's up to Carrot Top to step in and save the day.

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What are you doing here? There’s no way to get to this page by following the story paths! Admit it: you cheated, didn’t you?

Oh well, never mind. We now resume our CYOA, already in progress:

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You stand before your evil twin, her skeletal forelegs crossed and a look of smug confidence on her face.

“The trouble with you, my sister... is that you’ve always been too good.”

You scratch your chin thoughtfully. “Well, that may be. But I still think I look more like Ma than you do. You know, uh, lots of character. I’m aging better.”

The bony grey pony you face is not impressed. Looking down on you with scorn, she says, “Sister, there is no need for me to destroy you. Surrender. Surrender your world!”

You reward that line slow clap and a rueful chuckle. “You always did need an audience, you sap. Let me tell ya... I ain’t practiced much magic in a long time.” You leave unsaid that you have no talent for anything more than simple sleight of hoof, while your unicorn sister may be the most powerful wizard in Equestria, able to summon armies of long-dead spirits to do her bidding. “I wanna show you a trick mother showed me when you weren’t around. To use on special occasions, like this.” You roll up one of your sleeves, then begin rolling the other. Your evil twin listens attentively, clearly enjoying every moment of her imminent victory. “Ah. Oh yeah, one more thing...” With a flourish, you whip a Luger out of your sleeve and point it at your sister. “I’m glad you changed your last name, you son of a bitch!”

The End?

Author's Note:

Author’s Note: Look at Carrot Top. Then look at Avatar. Are you telling me that’s a coincidence? Okay, I know it is, but I still think it’s pretty uncanny how well the colors match up. Also, if you didn’t get the reference above, I’m sorry. Not only did you probably not think it was funny, but I just spoiled one of the best twist-endings in movie history for you. Well, that’s what you get for deliberately going to the wrong page!

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