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The Pieces Lie Where They Fell - Evilhumour



A thousand years after the death of Mane Six, a new generation of Bearers are chosen.

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Omake

Omake by Evilhumour

Evergreen Road was drunk. Not drunk after have a few beers drunk, not pouring back a number of vodkas after watching the game and winning drunk, but pure out, blind as bat drunk, drunk enough that he would screw his own mother if she showed him her plot drunk, drunk enough to believe that the scowling alicorn in front of him was actually the made up Luna dru-

“You are abhorrent,” the alcoholic mirage hissed at him. “You claim to be a priest of mine and th-”

“Ah shut your noise hole, ya damn filly,” he grumbled, eying her body with a grin on his face. “For a pretty slut, you’ve got to work on your sale's pitch. For a free screw, I could give you some pointers and get ya in the right direction,” he said, walking over the wide-mouthed mare and imagining how good she would be. “So what do you say, sweet thing?”

He slapped her flanks and then everything went loud.

Addendum; by Anon e Mouse Jr.

With a loud gasp, Evergreen Road shot bolt upright on his couch. For a moment, he sat there, trying to calm his racing heart, and finally succeeded, then studied the bottle he’d been drinking from the night before.

“Either that was a bad batch, or a really good one,” he muttered to himself as he trotted off to the bathroom, where he glanced into the mirror and got the second surprise of his day.

There, on the side of his face, was an odd u-shaped mark, almost as if he had been slapped by a hoof. But in the very center of it was the image of a crescent moon.

And not knowing quite why, he shivered in fear and put down his bottle.

Author's Note:

just something I had to get out of my system

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