• Published 20th Aug 2012
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MLP: FML - Maniac92

An insane parody of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.

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Scootaloo's Prank

The Cutie Mark Crusaders were all in Fluttershy’s bed, wide awake. Fluttershy had brought them upstairs and then headed back down to sleep on her couch.

“I can’t believe we were told to go to bed this early,” grumbled Scootaloo.

I can’t believe Fluttershy didn’t let me play my lullaby,” said Sweetie Belle. “I can’t go to sleep without it.”

“Ah don’t think the Imperial March is really a lullaby, Sweetie,” said Apple Bloom.

Sweetie rolled her eyes. “I suppose next you’ll tell me Hellfire isn’t a lullaby either.”


“Ok, fuck this,” said Scootaloo, hopping out of bed. She grabbed her sunglasses and put them on.

“Where are you going?” asked Apple Bloom.

“Out.” Scootaloo walked to the window and opened it. She took a few steps back, and then ran for the window. She jumped out into the night air, her wings flapping wildly. “Forgot I can’t fly yet!” she yelled as she plummeted to the ground.

Sweetie Belle and Apple Bloom got out of bed and carefully climbed out the window. Once they reached the ground, they saw Scootaloo head towards the fenced off area in the back of Fluttershy’s house.

“What are ya doin’?” asked Apple Bloom, catching up to Scootaloo. “You’re up to somethin’, aren’t you?”

“What makes you say that?” asked Scootaloo.

“That impressive evil grin on your face for starters,” said Sweetie Belle.

“That, and the fact that you looked mighty pleased with yourself when you saw Fluttershy’s chicken before,” pointed out Apple Bloom.

“I’m not gonna do anything,” said Scootaloo. “I just want to see Fluttershy’s animals.”

“Then you can wait for the mornin’,” said Apple Bloom.

“But we’re already here,” said Scootaloo, coming to a stop by the fence. “Just a quick look at her chicken and we’ll go back inside, I promise.”

Apple Bloom sighed. “Fine. One look and we’re done. Get to it.”

“Gladly,” said Scootaloo. She walked over to the fence’s gate and opened it. She walked inside.

“Why didn’t she climb over the fence?” asked Sweetie Belle.

“Because she’s up to somethin’,” explained Apple Bloom. “I just hope she doesn’t-”

Elizabeak, Fluttershy’s chicken, came running out of the pen. She clucked wildly as she took off down the path.

“-lose Fluttershy’s chicken…” finished Apple Bloom.

Scootaloo was laughing as she walked back out. “Ok,” she said, still giggling, “We can head back in now.”

“What the hell was that?!” asked Apple Bloom. “You made the chicken run away!”

“Look how fast it’s going!” said Sweetie Belle, her eyes on the chicken as it ran away.

“Fluttershy took our frogs, I took her chicken,” explained Scootaloo. “It’s a fair trade.”

“No it ain’t!” yelled Apple Bloom. “Fluttershy said she paid a fortune for that chicken, and you just-”

“Would you relax, Apple Buzzkill?” said Scootaloo, rolling her eyes. “The chicken will find its way back eventually. It’s not like it’s-”

“It’s headed into the Everfree Forest!” said Sweetie Belle.

Apple Bloom glared at Scootaloo, who gulped.


Some Minutes Later:

Fluttershy yawned as she quietly snuck into her room. “I know I left some spare blankets in my closet…” she muttered. “This cold air is a-” She paused and looked at the scene in front of her.

The blankets on the bed were messy and the window was open, blowing cool night air into the room. The bed was empty and the three fillies were nowhere to be found.

“-bitch…” muttered Fluttershy, feeling wide awake. She moved to the window and looked down at the ground below. Something caught her eye.

“Is that…” she muttered. She quickly flew down to the ground and picked up the object.

It was a single orange feather.

“Scootaloo…” said Fluttershy. She looked down at the ground, where three sets of hoofprints headed towards Elizabeak’s pen. She quickly flew over, taking note of the open gate. The hoofprints stopped by the gate and then continued into the forest.

“Perfect,” groaned Fluttershy.


“Perfect,” groaned Scootaloo.

The three Crusaders walked down the forest path, having seen no sign of Elizabeak. The only source of light came from the moon above. An owl hooted and took off towards Ponyville.

Scootaloo glared at Apple Bloom. “So, Fearless Leader, how are we supposed to find the chicken in this forest?”

“You could start by shuttin’ your trap and lookin’ for her,” growled Apple Bloom.

“Guys, guys!” called Sweetie Belle. “We need to focus! We’re not going to find the chicken by arguing.”

“Maybe we’ll get a Cutie Mark in arguing,” said Scootaloo dryly. “Ever think of that?”

“So we’ll be lawyers?” asked Apple Bloom.

Sweetie Belle shuddered. “Please. I’m evil, but I’m not that evil.”


Fluttershy was walking through the forest. “Girls?” she called. “Girls!” She sighed. “Where the hell could they have gone?”

There was a rustle in the bushes.

“Girls?” asked Fluttershy. She cautiously stepped near the bushes. “Is that you?”

The rustling stopped.

Fluttershy waited for a response for a minute. “Damn it…” she muttered. “I thought that-”

Something huge burst out of the bushes and knocked Fluttershy over. A loud roar filled her ears, and Fluttershy winced. The huge thing held her to the ground and-

“Fluttershy?” asked a voice with an upper crust accent. “Is that you, my dear?”

Fluttershy opened her eyes to see a Manticore standing above her. “Manny?” she asked. “I haven’t seen you since that whole Nightmare Moon thing. What’s going on?”

Manny the Manticore helped Fluttershy up. “I’m afraid I have terrible news. Something evil just moved into the forest. I don’t know what it is, but it’s got everyone on edge.”

“I’ll see if I can get the girls to help,” said Fluttershy, “But right now I need to get three kids out of here. Have you seen them?”

“I haven’t seen any kids,” admitted Manny, “But I did see another pony in here earlier. A unicorn. She was purple and looked like she hadn’t used a gym in a long time.”

“That’s Twilight!” said Fluttershy. “Is she still here?”

“I don’t know,” said Manny. “The last time I saw her, she was back there.” The monster jutted his thumb to the forest behind him.

“I’ve got to see if I can find her,” said Fluttershy. “She can help me find the girls.” She smiled at Manny and said, “Thanks for your help.”

“It’s no trouble at all, my dear. Now, if you don’t mind, I’m getting the good holy fuck out of here before that thing finds me…” And with that, Manny ran off, disappearing into the trees.

Fluttershy quickly took off into the forest. She strained her eyes to see any sign of Twilight or the Cutie Mark Crusaders.

Finally, Fluttershy broke through the line of trees and found herself in a clearing. She gasped as she saw a pony standing in the middle of the clearing, perfectly still.

“Twilight!” she called. She rushed forward. “I’m so glad I found you! The girls are lost in the forest and there’s some evil thing in here. We need to find them, now!”

Twilight didn’t respond.

Fluttershy laughed nervously. “Ok, Twilight. I know you’re pretty busy what with standing here for no reason and all, but I’m serious. We need to get those girls out of here!”

Twilight still didn’t respond.

Fluttershy paused. “…Twilight?”

The clouds in front of the moon passed, illuminating the clearing in a silver glow. And Fluttershy could see why Twilight hadn’t been answering her.

Twilight’s body had turned to stone. She was a statue, with a look of complete horror frozen on her face.

“Stone?” asked Fluttershy. “But…but the only thing that could do that is…” Her eyes widened. “Oh no…” she whispered.

There were three loud screams. Three loud, very familiar screams.

Fluttershy took off, leaving Twilight’s body behind. “Girls!” she yelled as she flew.

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