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I may be a kid at heart, but I enjoy every minute of it. And since you're here, I imagine you do too.


This story is a sequel to Scoot Camp

Parents usually want the best for their children: that they live happy lives and follow their dreams. Parents also worry about their children and their well-being—even after they have set out on their own. What happens when these two desires clash?

Authors Note: This story immediately follows the conclusion of Scoot Camp, so I highly recommended that you read that story first.

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"about what affect that…machine"
I think you mean effect, not sure though :pinkiehappy:

Anyways, great story I think that you handled Blue Yonder rather well with how you explained her character in Scoot Camp and her reaction to Needlepoint was perfect. When Needlepoint started yelling at Rainbow Dash I personally thought that she would have had a more... snappier response, but personal opinions :ajsmug:. Overall a great story and I hope that you can continue to make stories like this and maybe even better in the future!

5120771 You're right about using "effect," thanks for catching that. It's certainly one of those tricky words in the English language. :twilightblush:

As for Rainbow Dash's response, yeah she would likely be a bit snappier. It's also possible that she could have toned down a bit over the years and not had this particular conversation with Scootaloo's mother before. It's kind of a toss up really. :unsuresweetie:

Thanks for the feedback, and I hope to do even better in the future. :twilightsmile:

5121838 Affect and effect are one of the tricker.. combinations? And I'm no expert, but from my knowledge Rainbow Dash is one of the harder characters to write with her over cockiness and her hidden soft side. But I'm no expert :rainbowwild:

With how much Rainbow has grown over the course of the show so far, I imagine she's pretty restrained after so many years. But I agree, she seems difficult to write sometimes, even for some writers on the show itself.

I love when her softer side comes out though. Since she normally has a very tough facade and ego, it's a much bigger impact when she's willing to be affectionate. I wish they would give her more moments like that in the show, especially with Scootaloo. It's just so heartwarming:heart:

Nice little follow-up, though it really makes me itch for a full sequel after reading Scoot Camp :-)

5125317 :twilightsmile: Thanks. And the full sequel will be coming out, just keep a close eye on it and I'll post a blog connected to "Scoot Camp" when I finally release it. :raritywink:

“Okay,” Needlepoint sighed in relief from her laughing. “I’ll support you in this, no matter how much I don’t like it. At least try to be more careful and think about what you’re doing from now on.” http://www.fimfiction.net/story/196296/scoot-camp

Random link?

Remind me not to get on her bad side

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