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This story is a sequel to Poneo and Fillyet

Pumpkin Cake, age 6, is a princess. And she's going on a quest. Because reasons.

Written for FanOfMostEverything's Imposing Sovereigns contest. Keyword: Warrior Princess Pumpkin Cake.

First Published
19th Mar 2017
Last Modified
19th Mar 2017
Comment posted by FanOfMostEverything deleted at 8:09pm on the 19th of March, 2017
#2 · 1w, 2d ago · 5 · ·

Sorry about the double post; didn't realize I'd hit the button. :twilightsheepish:

And Princess Twilight and Miss Cheerilee told me that water always runs downhill. Unless Discord is around.
An important caveat with any physical law.

:rainbowlaugh: Ascension means nothing in the face of maternal authority.

I’m a princess, and I know you’re a princess too!
The most inspirational twist on Pinklestia I've ever seen.

Hylee’s full name is Hyalopterous.
Huh. I actually guessed that correctly. Thanks, Magic cards!

The “Herbert in hardship” trope is named after the prince of Swamp Castle.
I admit, that one went over my head. I kept thinking Pumpkin was mispronouncing something, but I didn't know what.

In any case, an epic quest indeed, full of courage, hardship, and heroism. Quite thrilling. Thank you for it, and best of luck in the judging.

#3 · 1w, 2d ago · 2 · ·

I don't know about the shield, but the sword shall be deemed: "Cruller."

#4 · 1w, 2d ago · 3 · ·

So... adorable and terrifying at the same time. A few minutes ago, I wouldn't have believed it could be done. Bravo! :pinkiehappy:

#5 · 1w, 2d ago · 1 · ·

Excellent princessing, Pumpkin.

#6 · 1w, 2d ago · 2 · ·

You know what? You gotta give the six-year old credit for standing up to the monster.

And this sort of thing is likely to be one of those formative experiences, like.

One can see, perhaps not Princess Pumpkin in twenty years (well, who knows, I guess...!), but guard- captain Pumpkin maybe...

It is way too late for me to be more coherent.

(Edit: spelling errors fixed, I can't stand to see my own posts in such a sorry state ...)

#7 · 1w, 2d ago · · ·


Don't drunkposting, horsefriends. This is why.

#8 · 1w, 2d ago · · ·

This was adorable.

#9 · 1w, 1d ago · · ·


Among my many many sins, I'm afriad drinking has never been among them. (Nor any other kind of recreational substance.)

Coherence (and spellchecking - I will fix that now) is not great at three in the morning, however...

#10 · 1w, 1d ago · 3 · ·

That was one of the most adorable things ever.

Mistilteinn for the sword, since it's a legendary sword named after mistletoe, which is

A: a plant

B: has connections to romance, which seemed fitting for Flurry Hearts sister given who her mom is

C: is from Iceland, once again fitting the

snowy theme of  the Crystal Empire.

As for the shield....hmmm. Since I've already referenced Iceland and Christmas themed plants, how about Furu, what google translate tells me is icelandic for pine

#11 · 1w, 21h ago · 2 · ·


Glad you liked it, and thank you for sparking the idea :twilightsmile: I'm very pleased with how it turned out myself.


It is the universal condition of childhood :raritywink:

>>8036362 >>8035405

I didn't want to delve into the question of whether or not Pumpkin got her cutie mark that day, but who knows, maybe she did and fell asleep before anyone could comment on it.

>>8035299 >>8039353

As a friend suggested to me, she can be Pumpkin Oakenshield.

#12 · 1w, 20h ago · · ·


Pumpkin Oakenshield.......


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