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Leave your headcanons at the door.


In The Fault in Our Cutie Marks, the Cutie Mark Crusaders make Gabby an honourary Crusader at the end of the episode, and give her a couple of emblems.

What if Scootaloo had come up with one last idea to get Gabby her actual Cutie Mark?

NOT a cop-out solution or Deus ex machina. Credit to R5h for the title.

Day 5 of my Self-Imposed 28 Fics in 28 Days Challenge

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Great use of canon! It's always great when authors manage to use canon to their advantage. :twilightsheepish:

Great ending, not a copout at all, and - if I may say so - even better than the actual episode! Friendship manages again to do the impossible!

Nicely done. This was a fun read! :twilightsmile:

Sweet story, I loved how she got to keep her cutie mark even after she changed back, I wonder what this one Reviewer called "Silver Quill" over on Youtube would think of a griffin having a cutie mark, sure he's a hippogryph, part griffin and part pony, but still a griffin with a cutie mark would be cool to see in the show.

Very great story, interesting and cute, good job.

This was so adorable!!! I feel all fuzzy inside!!

Gabby is the 2nd cutest thing in MLP, with Flurry Heart being the first. :twilightsmile:

Actually does make sense, more sense than I was giving it credit for at the start. Cute Idea I like it.

I half expected her to become a hippogrpgh upon changing back, but this was nice regardless.

There are a few places where you could stand to have some excess verbiage cleaned up, but overall the editing is really clean for writing a fic a day. Nice work!

You've also managed to strike the same tone of manic enthusiasm and youthful vigor that the episode did. It was a cute read.

Yes very nice idea indeed. Cutie mark sticking after the change is adorable too. Plus Twi enthusiasm was charming

Adorable! You nailed Gabby’s voice in this. A really fun alternate way it could have gone. :pinkiesmile:

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