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The Ranger

I try to be a friend to everyone I meet


The water has always soothed me. The sounds of waves always makes me feel calm, makes me forget my sadness for just a moment. The sea is the tears that once fell from all the gods as they mourned their own loss. And that is comforting, in a way. I feel like I’m not alone, next to the ocean.

I never realized what the ocean had in store for me.

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Dear Celestia ,my boy!Damn good writing!

i wish i could spam the upvote button. great story.

Some of the best romance I have ever seen!!!!!!!! Keep it up!!

Sweet Luna, that was so freakin beautiful! I love it!
This story has touched my heart in a way it has been needing in a while. It has inspired me and has given me a feeling of hope.
Thank you. :twilightsmile:


Glad you all liked it :yay:

That was just... wow. It was a very good read. And I do not usually like these kinds of stories.

4573743 And I rarely write stories like these, so it just makes me happier that people enjoy it :twilightsmile:

Nice story. ^^ I've got a review for you from the Pleasant Commentator and Review group.

Oh, man! Major hit to the feels! I love how you describe the small English village you grew up in. You put me there! It was like I was really there! That's a rare talent that can do that. Yep! You're good! I'm glad you made me aware of your work. I now have another treasure trove to cherish. Thank you! :twilightsmile:

6329021 I've never actually even been in England, but I've always loved that feeling of community and belonging you see in movies and TV with those old, quaint little villages where everyone knows everyone :twilightsmile:

I'm glad you liked it so much, and thanks for following me as well! :twilightsmile: It's nice to see someone so incredibly nice and friendly, feels like I haven't met one in ages..


Wait! What?! You've never been to England?! Okay, that blows me away! Totally! The way you wrote that out I thought you'd actually been raised there! You just become 20% cooler! :twilightsmile:

Well, as much as I liked your story before considering what I just read I like it even more, now! Yep, you definitely impressed me! :twilightsmile:

And, definitely thank you for that wonderful compliment. You're just too cool and I'm definitely glad we ran into each other. Although I'll admit I'm not into gore I'm going to read those stories anyway because I like the way you write. :twilightsmile:

6329111 No, I'm Swedish, and the only other countries I've ever been to are Denmark and Norway :twilightsheepish:

Actually, most of my stores aren't that gory... But the worst are probably A Crow in Shining Armor and Patricidium, those are pretty extreme. Otherwise, I usually put the sex and gore tags on as a precaution, knowing what I'm capable of writing and the fact that I rarely censor myself, I'd rather be safe than sorry :twilightsmile:


Okay. Still, no matter where you're from you're a good writer. I'd go so far as to say above par which is always wonderful to find.

And thank you for the lovely compliment. I wish you could see the huge smile on my face. :pinkiehappy:

Also, thanks for letting me know why you use those tags.

My wife, Ammie Kindheart, is presently working on a murder mystery which also has a gore tag on it simply because it has some bloody crime-scene related parts in it and, like you, she was being cautious. However, I'm now more confident about reading your gore-tag stories as I now feel sure that I won't find anything unnecessarily disturbing.

Unfortunately, I've come across some gore stories on this site that were absolutely horrifying in their descriptions. It was if the author of those stories was glorifying and celebrating such nighmarish things as they described which actually sickened me. I just don't understand how some people can take delight in such things.

Still, I'm glad to say such things are in the minority on this site and that we don't have to encounter it all that often.

Approved by the Story Standards and written review found right here :twilightsmile:

There is just one word to describe this story; unique. Not all sad stories manage to make me cry and if they do, it is just a few teardrops in the corner of my eye. Here I could barely see the last dozen or so paragraphs through my blurry, teary eyes, but at the same time, I was smiling. It was indeed a bittersweet tale, both heartwarming and sorrowful, many times hitting closer to home that I'd like to admit, and mysterious in its own way.
Thank you for this piece of literature.

I'm glad you enjoyed it! It's probably one of my more different stories, compared to my other work, which is usually dark and unsettling.

I have noticed :pinkiesmile: To be honest, dark is not a problem for me, but the ‘Sex’ tag has me on edge, so I was glad to find a story of yours without it.

Actually, there's only actual sex in one story, Winter's Love. The others have mostly mentions of it, characters talking about it, or the aftermath after it in one story. A scene in A Crow in Shining Armor is close to actual sex, but with a.. pretty gruesome twist. I don't write porn, I write sex as a part of the characters and a means to further their relationships with others :twilightsmile:

I see then, good to know when I’ll look for another of your stories to read :twilightsmile:

Then I do hope you'll find some sort of enjoyment out of those too :twilightsmile: Just remember, my stories aren't for everyone and they can be quite unpleasant. Personally I would also call it pretty mediocre writing, but I'll let each individually be the judge of that.

Wow, this story really came through. Not one I'll forget anytime soon. There isn't much I found to be wrong with it, but there was the occasional confusing moment. Like, when her dad was leaving, all it said was that he was 'in uniform with a duffel bag on the ground next to him.' You could improve that by saying what kind/what color uniform he wore, and if the duffel bag was filled, empty looking, that sort of thing.

Thank you so much for taking the time to read and comment on this and some of my other stories :twilightsmile: I listen and I will take your advice into account as I write in the future :twilightsmile:

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