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Zap Apple season's in full swing on Sweet Apple Acres when a most peculiar visitor arrives - Willy Wonka, world-famous candymaker! Thinking that the apple will be the perfect ingredient for a new line of candy, Wonka tries to convince a hesitant Applejack to part with some! But with Wonka things are never quite straightforward; when interdimensional magical mechanics and a legendary tree enter into the picture, our heroes might have been safer battling Hornswogglers, Snozzwangers and rotten Vermicious Knids!

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That was actually pretty entertaining. Good job.

Resting its foreleg at an odd angle on the kitchen windowsill, a forepaw on its cheek, was some manner of odd beast, smiling in at them with a smile that was not unkind but also vaguely disconcerting.


Very well written, and you've managed to capture Gene Wilder's interpretation of Wonka splendidly! A+! :pinkiehappy:

Majin Syeekoh

Yeah this was pretty enjoyable.👍

Not bad. I actually approve. Good work man.

Hey if I was working in the kitchen and I turned to see Willy Wonka just chilling by the counter, I'd scream to.

Come with me, and you'll be, in a wooooorld of multicolored ponies...

But seriously, this looks like it's going to be fun.

Comment posted by Jade Dawn deleted May 16th, 2018

"Oh, so you used my face in one of your pony fan fictions?

You must feel so proud."

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I was very skeptical when this story was recommended to me, but it was a pleasant surprise! Very well done and entertaining.

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“Which is why I specifically made sure that it would explode,” Wonka explained, as if to a filly.

In a story full of amazing one-liners, this is the best one. :D

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What a marvel, and a delight. I think half the magic is that you emerged from the ether to post this story and then leave to whence you'd come. It's a shame you'll not likely give us more, but this is treasure in itself.

Bizarre, delightful, and thoroughly Dahlic. (I think that's the adjective form... even if it does bring extermination-happy pepper pots to mind.)

Also, now I can't help but think that Oompa-Loompas actually originated in the Equestria Girls universe. And Snails may well have them in his ancestry.

Oh, I like this. I can practically hear the lines dripping from Gene Wilder's lips, the scenario suits Wonka perfectly. I wonder what other crossovers he's been a part of? Maybe he'll reveal that he got his elevator and factory space from a kindred spirit in a police box.

Great story! You capture the charm and quirkiness of Wonka so well. This is definitely going into my favorites! And congrats on being featured on Equestria Daily!


Paying in chocolate? Ponies aren't oompa-loompas, Wonka!




...If the elevator is made of sugar, it's a miracle Pinkie hasn't eaten it.

Are you sure? They're diminutive, vaguely magical, and have brightly colored hair and bodies. And they have a tendency towards spontaneous musical numbers.

“By the way, are we sure this ain't Discord?” She inquired of Twilight.

And now I want to see them meet.

This is scrum-diddly-umptioua so far, by the way.

And then there's Ms. Frizzle...

This is neat. I just found this on my notifications feed for the Canterlot royal library. I must admit I was a bit skeptical, but then reading the little article I became intrigued. Now reading it I'm certainly interested now.

“By the way, are we sure this ain't Discord?” She inquired of Twilight.


I thought Infinity war was the most ambitious crossover ever.

It raises all sorts of questions; what if there's a universe out there with ponies in it too, who are like us but not quite like us?

So... the comic Reflections arc either hasn't happened yet or is non-canon to this.

But of course! It makes landing much safer. I'd hate to squash anyone again.

...come again...?

Why did you make this elevator out of sugar!” Applejack neighed.

He's Willy Wonka. This question is rhetorical.

“I've pushed the Glucomotor far beyond safe limits

I thought the Elevator worked on Skyhooks?

Well, that explains why they all ended in fire...

Huh. Twilight getting called out for not reading enough. :twilightoops:

This was fantastic in many senses of the word. I enjoyed myself thoroughly.

And the rumors that you had beautifully, seamlessly combined Wonka and Ponies were fully substantiated.

This is a wonderful story it's full of whimsy and delight .

This is one of those stories where you look at the title and it is love at first sight :raritystarry: let's dig in:twilightsmile:

haven't read this yet, so this is not a review. but my first thought after reading the title. "Wonka vs Applejack"

Was just that Applejack is just Fucked.

The Monk

“There is no one in the world harder, crueler or more critical, than an introvert looking at themselves.” -Anonymous

Looks like this story made it to the popular list (w/o mature) due to PresentPerfect's review. That's nice!

Pinkie uses the Call of the Fourth Wall.

It's successful!

I am not entirely convinced that Wonka is not Gallifreyan…

Well, this is as good a justification as any for Wonka's future decision to design a factory elevator to stand up to hard vacuum, ramming attacks and the heat of atmospheric reentry.

"We shouldn't think less of this Wonka jus' 'cause he looks like somebody took the broad side of a board to a vulture."

That's quite the description of a human face. I LOVE IT!


And now I want to see them meet.

Sure thing! Here you go:

The lanky draconequus bent over triple and sniffed the chocolatier's greying hair cautiously. He curled his lip and glared at Wonka before letting loose with a mighty sneeze that blew the letter 'e' out of the rest of this comment.

'Pfah! I know that stink ... that's whimsy,' Discord took a disco ball and spun it on his talons, sparkling. 'My dull twin with any vim, vigor, pizzazz or flair.'

'You simply mustn't act so grumpy towards Mr. Wonka.' said Rarity, giving a look towards Discord. 'It's unworthy of you, darling.'

'Okay, okay,' Discord flung his disco ball away into a dark void, from which tinny disco music was faintly blaring, 'My boring twin with but a tiny pinch of vim, a crumb of vigor, a solitary drop of flair and almost no pizzazz at all.'

'Thank you kindly.' Willy Wonka said, with a wink and a bow.

aurous light

Ooh, very nice word use there.

I love the descriptions of Wonka and his human features.

What a great read, awesome work!

What a lovely exercise in whimsy. Great work capturing the voice of Wonka, and in meshing together both worlds!

yes, i was just about to mention the SECOND Wonka book, where the elevator shot into orbit and got into a fight with Space Squidstm

A peal of thunder crackled overhead. “Sorry!” Ditzy Doo cried.

Nice foreshadowing

Sooo...a dragon that's greedy for fruit? I could believe it

Certainly a nice read. Well done sir. I tip my hat to you.

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