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Feenkatze


Just a cat pretending to be a human pretending to be a cat on the internet.

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Maud hadn't been aware that the end of the world is only hours away. It is inconvenient, too, because she is out in the field studying rocks.

With only her pet rock Boulder at her side, she has to prevent the inevitable. Will she be able to face the hardest enemy of them all - social interaction - and save the day?


“This is an amazing idea, and it was pulled off very well.” (ocalhoun, official review for the EFNW 2015 Writing Contest)

“This has a nice Terry Pratchett feel about it [...]. Maud is excellent, depicted perfectly, and hilarious in her usual stoic way.” (The Hat Man)

“Did you just make me feel proud of a character I previously didn't even care about?” (PinkiePieIsBestPonyMoFo)


Cover by me.

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Comments ( 16 )

Nice, sweet little one-shot.

Brilliantly done!

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Thanks; I'm glad you enjoyed it!


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I'd say that's the only proper way to read it ^^

I was trying to figure out how "Equestria is doomed" fits into comedy as I read it. Then I had a laughing fit when I figured out. :rainbowlaugh:

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Glad to hear you liked it!

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:derpytongue2: Yep. It was an amazing read.

Official EFNW 2015 Pre-Con Contest first round grading

Total: 20.4
Technical: 4.9/5
Plot: 4/5
Character: 4.5/5
Creativity: 5/5
Bonus: 2/5 (Low score on the bonus because I felt like it missed what was the perfect opportunity for a bonus: If, at the end, Maud had done, thought, or said something showing her going about her day as usual, as if the entire encounter hadn't affected her at all, that would have been 5/5 bonus worthy. As it was, it felt like the end of the story was a gaping hole where that should be, and it leaves me unsatisfied at the very last moment.)
Comment: This story was great. Maud acting nonplussed about the God of Destruction bearing down on her was precious! A tiny ding on Technical because 'God of Destruction' was not capitalized consistently. The plot and characters were both very strong, but both get a little hurt by how easily Ruin gives up on his life's work. It seems like it should be more of a struggle than that. Creativity, obviously, is fantastic. This is an amazing idea, and it was pulled off very well.

Did you just make me feel proud of a character I previously didn't even care about?

Hey there! I'm reviewing this story for the Everfree Northwest community choice awards. Here's my review:

I absolutely love this story. Maud is excellent, depicted perfectly, and hilarious in her usual stoic way. Ruin is equally hilarious as an OC. This has a nice Terry Pratchett feel about it, almost, adding so much depth to characters and character types that don't often have obvious personalities. It's touching, it's funny, and it does exactly what it needs to do in its short length. As one-shots go, it hits the mark perfectly. I... I just... wow. This one definitely is going on my list of nominees for the community choice awards!

Good luck in the competition! I'm actually competing too, so I hope you like my story too if you come across it (though I won't plug it here).

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Thank you for your valuable time. *bows*

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Did I? Oops :ajsmug:

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Thanks! That's really kind words; I have to be careful or I'll drift away, because right now I'm floating.

This story made my list of Top 10 Favorite Stories of 2015! Congratulations, and thanks for the great story. :twilightsmile:

6799559 Whoa, really? Thank you, that's great praise! I hope you'll find many awesome stories in 2016.

¡Maud Pie saves the world!

As per usual, Maud shows her steely nerves, her stone faced diplomacy, and rock hard dedication! And saves the day. So good! Keep up the writing, friend.

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