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Middle aged trans women who got into the show through her kids.


Fluttershy is convinced by her friends to turn her abusive mother in. Once she is free, she goes on a mission of self discovery and falls in love. Once again, this is part of the "Even Mountains Erode Over Time" universe. So if you have not read it, I highly suggest you do. This does contain material from "Mountains", just re-written to fit the new timeline. And for those who have, some parts will be very familiar; but the ending will be much happier. Or to quote the 9th Doctor "Everybody lives!" or something like that.

Chapters (4)
Comments ( 11 )

This is amazing ! I never felt so much about a character in a story before, it's so amazing that i'm a bit jealous of you ! Keep up the amazing work, and take care ! :pinkiehappy:

6567135 OMG!!!!!!! Thank you so much! All I do is ask myself if these characters were real people, how would they have come about their personality traits? The rest just writes itself. :pinkiehappy::raritystarry::twilightsmile::yay:

No problem ! Also like i said before, this chapter is amazing, so amazing that i'm really jealous of you ! I can't wait to read more in the future ! Keep up the amazing work , and take care ! :pinkiehappy:

I just feel bad for Fluttershy. Years and month of abuse from her mother.:fluttercry:

"No need to ask any questions," the one cop said to the other. "Crystal Shy, you are under arrest for abusing your daughter Fluttershy."

Thats right you twit!

(best death I could find at the moment, woman can be Shy)

"You are the Mystic. The one who died and who was reborn.

ok she be livin still

Thank you for your comments. That line is in reference to events that happened in my first story - Even Mountains Erode Over Time. All my stories are connected.


yeah im going to check it out later

Shouldn't this have a Sandalwood tag?

I didn't even know they had one.

Fun fact; Giesel is a Swiss surname. The most famous Giesel was an engineer who worked on steam locomotives.

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