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Wonderful descriptions and pacing of the story! Like always your settings are vivid and drawing, it makes me want more of Flintlocks story;

sounds cool but were is MN7 after story lol

Loved it. I would like to here more of flintlock, where he goes, how he adjust to the wasteland.

There really aren't enough oneshots in the Fo:E universe. It's interesting to see new characters from Tenpony Tower - nice to see another one that doesn't have the snobby behaviour one would expect from the place.

Some weird phrases that you may want to look at:

It would be us to be seen doing it.

There's a lot of young colts and fillies in this tower do odd jobs for tips, Radiance.

That was a really sweet story. Well done. I'm surprised Flint didn't try to interview DJ Pon3 considering how "in the know" about the Wasteland he would seem to ponies living in Tenpony.

(I know the timeline doesn't quite work out, but I was really hoping that at some point in the story Radiance would complain that some runt had pickpocketed her. :twilightsheepish:)

Very nice story.:twilightsmile:

As good a story as it can make, there are too many FoE heroes who simply stumble into their adventures. Somepony like Flintlock who deliberately seeks the Wasteland out is very welcome -- not to mention how nicely fleshed out all the main characters here feel (Radiance reclaiming everything Flintlock purchased with the family accounts might be little more than an offhanded line, but it really gets across how she prioritizes family). The only problem is that there's not going to be more of a story following him. I don't suppose the game was recorded, or even summarized anywhere?

her horribly emancipated foreleg.

To have one's foreleg "emancipated" (liberated from) ones body would be horrible indeed!

However, I believe "emaciated" may be the word you intended.

I simply love this, this is the type of story I could spend anot her year reading Fuzzy. (If only I could write as well as you, you managed to flush out a character and make me fall into a trend of reading just to find out more, I still want to read more about him!)

Thoughts on this short story:

Seriously though, this was a nice little read after the madness that was MN7. Kind of like a little sundae after a large dinner.

Though I do hope Radiance gets a stain in her sundress that no amount of Abraxo could remove.

Very well done. Please continue. While I'd love to hear more of Flintlock's adventures, I'm sure there are a lot of other tales you'd like to tell as well. I'll happily read them all.

Very nice! It never ceases to amaze me how well you manage to do characterization, even in a short story like this one. Everyone in your stories feels alive.

I agree wholeheartedly. One o' Fuzzy's most outstandin' traits as an author is to create, well thought-out, relatable or likeable n' believable characters. Even through a significantly small amount of lines.

I definitely look forward t' readin' more o' these stories.

Really well done, I wish I had read this sooner.

Very nice story - just read this after finishing Murky Number Seven.

I definitely wouldn't mind seeing more one-shots like this :)

This first story was a lovely read, wow. Never expected this kind of story told in the FoE universe of all places, but definitely a nice break from the usual themes people focus on of raiders, slaves, adventurers, mercenaries and stable dwellers. And still a very good character piece.
I like how it ends, leaving everything else to happen open to the reader to imagine how his life will go from his choices made.

Just found this story. I loved it. I have to say I would enjoy reading more about his adventures. I read Murky this last winter and enjoyed it as well.

A very good chapter. I'd actually be quite interested in reading more about Night Sky and her adventures in the Wasteland.

That was, an interesting story to say the least. It was a very unique experience inferring the finer details on my own as I read it. Kind of like envisioning the missing center of a picture while only analyzing its edges. Also, the amount of abstract prose felt related to how tense the situation was, with details becoming more concrete the more anticipatory Ahrim became. I don't know if that was intentional or not, but I think those subtle changes greatly helped in transitioning the mood between scenes, subtly shifting my mindset to match that of the characters.
Those are my thoughts on it at least, thank you once more Fuzzy for the excellent stories you provide!

Fuzzy, another bombshell! I am left wanting more and I have a feeling who the Dashite is.

Another masterpiece. Fuzzy, how do you do it so well?

Oh hello there. I was looking for a new story to read! I do hope you continue this, Fuzz!

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