• Member Since 29th Oct, 2015
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Many hands make light work. Many hearts make light burdens.


It's been seventy years since the Cutie Mark Crusaders got their cutie marks. They've gone on enough adventures to fill a library with scrapbooks, and their club has turned into an international organization across the map. With having done so much, what's left to do?

Winner of the Cutie Mark(ed) Crusaders Contest #4: Our First Cutie Mark Anniversary!

Note: story has been slightly edited since the contest.

Cover Art made by and used with permission from: TheShadowStone. Check him out when you can!

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Comments ( 12 )

Incredibles reference detected.

7616191 Reference confirmed. :raritywink:


P.S. Thanks for the fave! :pinkiehappy:

The Cutie Mark Crusaders ride never ends.

7625016 But it's an awesome ride all the way. :rainbowdetermined2:



The most awesome there was ever be. :scootangel:

7625673 And sorry I completely forgot. :twilightblush: Thank you for adding this to the appropriate folder! :pinkiehappy:


Is that a reference to the Incredibles?
*Slow Claps* :rainbowlaugh:


Why, yes.

Yes it is. :pinkiehappy:


don't think for a single second that any of the comments down here are about anything but that Incredibles reference, you knew what you where doing when you wrote it, and now your stuck with the consequences


Ummm, okaaay? :rainbowhuh:

Is your comment meant to be a criticism, a praise, or an admonishment? :unsuresweetie:

Because the "consequences" are that a small number of readers either fave'd it or gave it an upvote/downvote.

As for the "you knew what you where doing when you wrote it" comment, yes. I did know what I was doing when I wrote it. Putting in the reference felt, to me, at least, like a fun little snippet most people would likely recognize and maybe get a chuckle or a little smile out of.

These stories are from ideas I get, or inspiration from contest prompts. I write them because I want to share them, and to improve my skills. If people happen to enjoy what I create, so much the better. But if they don't, that's fine. Not every story is enjoyable for every person.

And sorry if I misinterpreted your comment. :twilightsheepish:


it was praise, it's my way of saying I liked reading the story and the ending was funny



Then again I apologize. :twilightblush:

I'm not the most intelligent or perceptive of people. :derpyderp2:


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