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Zaid ValRoa

I hope you're having a good day.


It has been little over a month since the changeling Invasion to Canterlot, the tension amongst the populace has decreased, and a group of guards decided to have a poker night over at a friend's house.

They didn't count on having an extra visitor, though.

Inspired by C. B. Gilford's "The Man at the Table"

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Comments ( 13 )

Hah that was nice one

Dang.....he got him good.


You really managed to fit that story so well into Equestria's recent events.

Nice. I just how the rehabilitation program doesn't rely on brainwashing or torture and instead just teaching how to leave peacefully with other races.


Very well written! And Bold Spear is a really great character!

The dialogue pulled me into the story and set the tone amazingly. This story flies in the face of the adage "actions speak louder than words" thus thoroughly messing with the reader's mindset in the best possible way.

I was actually anticipating the changeling to play poker with them.
But bravo, but it feels like there is something missing from this.

I'm glad you enjoyed the story.
What, if I may ask, did you feel it was missing?


The lack of Shining attempting when he fled to reprimand him instead of straight up killing him, y'know? He may have been a changeling but I honestly don't think that killing him should have been the first option to Shining.


instead of straight up killing him

Ah, but he did not.
While it's true Shining was taken by surprise, his magic blast wasn't a deadly one.

It had taken quite some time to process the admittance of the changeling into the newly formed rehabilitation program for changelings the Princesses had formed not too long after the invasion.

He merely stunned him so he could be taken to what basically is a rehab program.

Hopefully that'll clear any doubts.


Ah. The silence seemed like the changeling had been killed, but that clears things up. Thanks.

No problem. Thanks for reading my story and taking the time to comment. :twilightsmile:

Not bad. But... well. Different writers, different changelings.

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