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Minds Eye

Are you not entertained?


Scootaloo has always turned to Rainbow Dash through the biggest moments of her life: getting her cutie mark, flying for the first time, when she graduated from school. But you don't stop growing up just because your body does. Some lessons take time to sink in, and someone to share them with.

Edited by Noble Thought

Cover art: Sisterly Love by Silentmatten

My entry into Everfree Northwest's Scribblefest 2016.

Chapters (1)
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Comments ( 18 )

Ah Minds Eye. You always know how to bring me back don't you?

Great story.

I do? Well... happy to be of service! Thanks!

As another said: Great story.

That is all.

This is cute
and Scootaloo taller than Dash? Hnnng!
Not so much a squirt anymore!

They grow up so fast...

That was a great story. :rainbowkiss::pinkiehappy:

I'm always confused why you don't have more followers than you do.

No idea, but I've had pretty good success on the site without a ton of them. Thanks for the compliment.

I reviewed this as part of Read It Now Reviews #75.

My review can be found here.

The attention to detail here is marvelous. Easy to see why this one was a Scribblefest finalist.

I can't fix that, but I can at least add one.

It is? Great! Thanks for the news, and for the follow.

Great story. Beginning made me tear up for some reason what with Scootaloo being nostalgic.

Rainbow still walked with an effortless grace that Scootaloo wasn’t sure she knew she had, each step carrying all the confidence Scootaloo wished for herself. Her mane hung in that Tartarus-may-care mess that seemed to come only from hitting every cloud in sight on her morning fly around town. Her legs rippled in the sunlight streaming from the window as the firm muscles under the skin moved with—

Her eyes still held that glint of a smirk all their own when she caught somepony staring red-handed.

Busted! :rainbowlaugh:

“First things first,” Scootaloo said, heading for the door. “I’ve still got to tell you about the stallion that wanted your silhouette engraved on the side of his cab.”


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