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There are only three real monsters: Dracula, Blackula, and Son of Kong.


Fed up with the way the political elite are handling the ruling of Equestria, Trixie decides that it's time for a change of pace. She decides it's time to overthrow Celestia.

Celestia decides it's time to have a little fun.

You guys can thank Razgriz (and the latest Seattle's Angels post) for this one.

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lol. not bad, not bad.

though thinking you are forgetting one facette of the princeses. their enormous supernatural power. if the council gets pissed off, they can just clobber them..............
and dear lord trixie had to be bad if she drove them this crazy.

Wow. Trixie managed to exceed Celestia's expectations and her faith in equinity. I'm impressed.

A most amusing story. Thank you for it. And remember: supreme executive power is derived from the will of the masses, not some farcical diarchic ceremony.

I cannot stop laughing. This needs to be featured. I loved this.

The Princess is dead, long live the council!

Trixie, you messed up bad. :rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh:

Alex, you delightful bastard you. :heart:

You truly do have to be Great and Powerful to mess up that badly...

I regret nothing and everything, but math tells me I don't care.

Trixie is the obama of equestria!

This is awesome. Good show,good show !

I loved it. Only one gripe, Trixie refers to herself in the third person. :trixieshiftright:

The Princesses should've put Twilight on Plan M to Trixie.

No dungeon!? NO DUNGEON!? HOW DARE YOU?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!!!!?!?!?!?!?!?!????!?!!?!?


4392041 .............. this comment is stupid.

"Anything you want to say to them, you can say in front of

Lost the end of the sentence here.

a dire cricket infestation

... I know I've played a lot of D&D, but I don't believe I've ever come across dire crickets. I will have to remember this for future gaming uses. :ajsmug:

"They must really lover her, huh?"

Well, they did just call her Molestia. :raritywink:

Maybe Celestia should see if she can't outsource dungeoning to someone like the diamond dogs.

Trixie is just so adorable when she's serious, yet completely ineffective.

I suspected for a minute that the Council of Nobles was supposed to be a parody of some group, so I started picturing them as various Hogwarts professors. Probably incorrect, but there it is.

Just as with "Literary Love..." and "Rock, Boomboxes, and Kidney Stones", this had me laughing the whole way through. Whenever you write comedies, please write them like this and the aforementioned fics.

4393605 That's probably a spoof of the congress.

4393897 No Hogwarts pwofessors? :fluttershysad:

"Even Molestia was better than this!"

I lol'ed. :rainbowlaugh:

That was hilarious! :pinkiehappy:


"They must really lover her, huh?" said Trixie

Isn't it "They must really love her, huh?"

Just something I spotted.

Derpity derp. Thanks for pointing out those typos. I'll go fix them.

NOT ENOUGH! :pinkiecrazy: MORE!!! 1000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 x JAZILLION MILLION YEARS! :trollestia:

4391890 Now we see the violence inherent in the system!

I offered her the keys to the kingdom and then pretended to throw them out the window, only to hide them behind my back.

I lost it for a full minute at this line.

4394419 she only does it when they try and hurt her or someone else. she may have been merciful to Trixie, but trixie was only a foolish mare, not a corrupt politician.

4394440 I suspect there is a very fine line between the two.

This could use a sequel. One that explores the legal implications of the decision. But mostly because the situation is dumb and the best stories seem to come from not stopping when the nonsense seems to hit the first peak. You have to see how much you can milk the absurd idea until it has truly become impossibly to continue.

even when trying to over throw the kingdom the government just has to ruin it all lol.


Her illeisms are typically attributed to her stage persona, and as a cover-up for her insecurities. When she lacks both, we typically have her speak normally.

Celestia and Luna's How-To-Fail-At-Becoming-A-Princess! :trollestia:
Step One! Barge into the castle, demanding that YOU become the new princess of Equestria! :rainbowdetermined2::flutterrage:
Step Two! Become a princess! :coolphoto:
Step Three! Throw all the annoying ponies into the non-existent dungeon! :trollestia:
Step Four! Bring the princesses back, and everything is gonna be just fine! :twilightsmile:
Win. :rainbowlaugh:

"I will not allow you to collude with your fellow dictators. "Anything you want to say to them, you can say in front of me." <-- awkward.
Other than that, it's great. Thumbs up.
It's nice that Trixie found out you can't bully a kingdom the way you can bully a village with your power.


... you know you just replied to yourself, right?

this made me laugh cpngradulations you get 2 hooves way up.

Very funny and amusing, loved it. Though I am disappoint at no Trixicorn.

Dungeon? No dungeon? I'll throw you in the dungeon for that!


Twilight should have gone all Rule 66 on Trixie

Indeed; Trixie can't expect to wield supreme executive power just because some feathery tart threw some keys at her.


Councilpony? Or possibly councillor?

"Oh, don't pretend like you're so high mighty,"

High Mighty was a fantastic councillor, and I won't have his name brought into disrepute! :ajbemused:
(I think you're missing an "and" :derpytongue2:)

The cake one or the dubstep one?

4398233 Um... I was thinking more on the lines of:

4398230 Oi!! Both councillor High and councillor Mighty made great advances on behalf of the common pony!!:twilightangry2:

Order 65 would work better in this case......

In the event of either (i) a majority in the Senate declaring the Supreme Commander (Chancellor) to be unfit to issue orders, or (ii) the Security Council declaring him to be unfit to issue orders, and an authenticated order being received by the GAR, commanders shall be authorized to detain the Supreme Commander, with lethal force if necessary, and command of the GAR shall fall to the acting Chancellor until a successor is appointed or alternative authority identified as outlined in Section 6 (iv).

But... But... Where's the adorkable Twixie ending?? :raritydespair:

Regardless, I loved it! :pinkiehappy:
You portrayed Miss Lulamoon perfectly. The over the top arrogance to hide the over the top insecurity. She just wants to be loved! -sniffle-

I laughed and I had feels.
Here's a Trixie and Twilight! :trixieshiftleft::trixieshiftright::twilightblush::twilightsmile:

If I declared myself emperor of the griffons because some downy tart chucked a lockpick at me, they'd put me away!

:trixieshiftleft: "Hmph! Being a Princess isn't anywhere near as great as Trixie thought."

:facehoof: "Ugh! You can't expect everyone to just bow down to your every whim just because you got a crown!"

:trixieshiftright: "Everypony bowed when YOU got your crown and wings, didn't they?"

:twilightangry2: "I'd actually DONE something to deserve that though! My friends and I saved Equestria! Several times I might add!"

:trixieshiftright: "Then why aren't THEY Princesses too?"

:twilightoops: "............."

:trixieshiftright: "Well?"

:twilightblush: :duck: :rainbowhuh: :pinkiegasp: :applejackunsure: :fluttershysad: "Um.....Princess?"

:trollestia: "Don't look at me. I don't make the rules."

:twilightoops: "But you're a Princess!"

:trixieshiftleft: "And here was me thinking that I was the one who hadn't learned anything from this story"

I want to thank you for at least hinting that the nobles actually serve a productive purpose rather than being a singular foil to all that's good and wholesome, like so many other stories do.

:rainbowkiss:Aww I just wanna pinch Trixie's naive, arrogant little cheeks.:trixieshiftright::twilightsmile:

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