• Member Since 19th Sep, 2013
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Palm Palette


Keep palm and palette on.

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Sometimes ponies just have a bad day. They spill their cereal, trip in the mud, have their checks bounce, and get attacked by an extradimensional geometrical entity. Villain Cube knows what that's like. He understands what they're going through. He's there for them, to listen as they bare their troubled hearts, and also to set them on fire.

Note: This story crosses over with Equestria Girls, but is set in the pony world.

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This Amazing Book ( fanfic)Is Not On Fire
Hope you get it... I was thinking about it the whole time while reading this. .:pinkiehappy:

So...is this like the opposite of a companion cube?

New headcanon accepted.

Brilliant as always.

Pity Spike didn't get a turn.

This may very well be your best work to date.

Great story!! :3

Too...funny...can't...breathe:rainbowlaugh:

Take all the likes and favs.

This was wonderful, and really made my day. Villain Cube is quite possibly one of my favorite new villains. I won't lie: I've been working on a D&D game for my friends, and I think I'm going to use an expy of Villain Cube because the comedic possibilities are just too hilarious.

One of the best parts of this is that everyone was pretty much still in character, and, thinking on it, it seems perfectly reasonable that they (barring Pinkie) wouldn't know how to deal with a relatively polite entity whose only desire is philosophy and setting manes on fire. Now, while it's part of the joke, I would actually very much like to read what was was going on the other side of the portal, but for now, this was just hilarious.

As for the differences in Pony and Human Pinkie... I'm guessing Human Pinkie has been excessively traumatized by mathematics while reading H.P. Lovecraft (Pony version H.P. Hoovecraft), and has finally come to realize that there is only one way to deal with certain eldritch beings.

Also, thanks for giving the font. I think I'll use it in one of my stories.

You know, I like Villain Cube's attitude towards life. At least in some manner; the "purity" thing is really weird.

I... OK. That just happened.

I like him, he likes philosophy and setting people on fire. He has the right attitude for life.

7028960 So I wasn't the only one who got reminded of that song.

Angry triangle, happy spiral, lusty cylinder. I could go on all day

7029551 I persanallity prefer beholders.

7037771 I was considering the the personality more than physical form. The sheer rage and hilarity I could elicit with a character like this would be wonderful to behold.

7037922 I know, I just said the first thing that came to mind after I read your comment.

It's got a great hook and an agreeably batshit premise. The major joke is repeated maybe just one too many times; I recognize the completionist importance of lighting everypony on fire rather than just some ponies, but it makes your second act drag in execution. Well done overall, though!

I li101010101 this 5 o1010100101 of 5 mustaches 100101010m me.:moustache::moustache::moustache::moustache::moustache:

Oh my god. It's like a polite, more burny, less melty Loc-Nar! And somehow even MORE annoying!

Rarity faltered, scuffing her hooves on the ground. “But you are a male cube, are you not?”
“Villain Cube is the object that does the passing through of holes. This makes Villain Cube objectively male.”

This is what made me crack a smile.

Well done.

Oh, how amusing this is. Villain Cube just became my new favorite character. :rainbowlaugh:

This was fantastic.

Back behind the barricade, Rarity was futility trying to come the burnt bits out of her mane.

Comb?

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