• Member Since 15th Jul, 2014
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Scout Charger

Yeah, I'm sort of crazy, but most of the time I'm the good sort of crazy, you know, the laughing one, not the other one with satanic rituals and that stuff, that's only on mondays.


It’s been fifteen years since Sunset Shimmer graduated from CHS and about ten since she married the man who was currently sleeping next to her. In fact tomorrow would be their tenth anniversary and for some reason that kept her awake.

As she looked at the ring on her left she couldn’t help but smile. It was the same small silver ring he bought her for her graduation. Her gaze wandered from her hand to the man who once gave her that ring. With her smile growing a bit wider she started to remember.

This story was written for Oroboro's recently announced Sunset Shipping Contest: Changing Seasons.
I hope many of you will join the month long shipfest for Sunset. And for all who can't or don't want to join, I hope you have fun with dozens upon dozens of awesome shipfics.
And finally my personal thanks to The Fan Without a Face who helped me a great deal by editing this story and Celestia be my witness. He did an awesome job. :twilightsmile:

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That. Was. AWESOME!!

Can't believe I'm saying this, but Sunset's already the most shippable pony. The age difference between her and Big Mac doesn't even matter since Sunset could be seventeen-eighteen to thirty, depending on the author. Big Mac, on the other hand could be as young as nineteen or as old as twenty-five here in the EQGverse.

Why does everypony hate winter? It's my favourite. :applecry: Awesome story, though. :twilightsmile:

Dude, you have to do a follow up of this. Please?


Is this connected to Dream Girls? Did we just get an answer?

Indeed my friend, indeed :twilightsmile:

Thanks, glad you had a blast :rainbowlaugh:

Well, Sunset is quite easy to ship with most other characters. Same goes for Big Mac though. So why not ship two of the most suitable characters with each other? :raritywink:

I like winter too, especially when winter is outside while I'm inside with a nice hot drink. :twilightsheepish:
And Thanks, glad you enjoyed it.

As much as I'd like to do it, it was never intended to be more than a one shot.
I think I could make another few one shots that show other episodes of their relationship, but a real sequel, for example a story that explores Summer, would likely take away a lot of the ending of this one.
At the end of the day I can't really tell, maybe there will be a follow up, maybe not. I normally just write what tickles my fancy at any particular point in time l. :derpytongue2:

Nnnooope :eeyup:
When not explicitly stated in the story or disruption none of my stories are connected. You still have no idea how "Revenants of a Dream" ended. :twilightsmile:
That particular story will always remain the way it is. Just decide for yourself how it ended. :trollestia:

"Dream Girls" was my first and to date only clopfic. A blatant self insert clopfic I might add.:derpytongue2:
Anyway, it spawned from the idea for an art commission I placed and evolved into a full blown clopfic. And that one then spawned a none clop sequel called "Remnants of a Dream". Which deals with the immediate aftermath of Dream Girls.
Both stories can be found here on fimfiction if you're interested. :twilightsmile:

Dream Girls
Remnants of a Dream

Oh, well I can't read M stories. Sorry. :rainbowderp:

Hmm, yeah, both stories have the "sex" tag because one contains sex and the other at least talks about it.

Well, let me know if your interested in them anyway, I can easily upload them into a Google.doc and can send you a link. :twilightsmile:

Well, I meant I can't and wouldn't read M stories. if I wanted, I could literally just click the age settings and say I was 18. :rainbowderp:

True, but some people are under rather close supervision from their parents and stuff. Anyway, it's your choice. Fimfiction has plenty of great stories even when you skip the mature ones. :twilightsmile:

My parents would be spending a lot of time supervising then, because about 99.9% of my time is spent on the computer. :twilightsheepish: And yeah, you're right, there a are a bunch of incredible E and T stories. :ajsmug:

I never thought of a SunMac ship before. Turns out it's really cute. :twilightsmile:

I first saw it in a Story called "Got Milk" and it was just so nice and cute and adorable that I couldn't help but entertain the thought. Granted Mac is relatively easy to ship because he is almost a blank slate when it comes to writing and yet most of the fandom agrees on him being at least a nice guy.
Anyway, I'm glad you had a good time and thanks for teh nice words :twilightsmile:

It's been almost a year since I've been on fim, and I'm glad to see writers like ya still around. This was a great story to get me back into what kept me writing in the first place. Plus I've always had a soft spot for romances, great work!

Hey there, good to see you back.
I'm glad you've found your way back and if this is the stuff that gets you back into writing I'm all the happier to have written it and that you enjoyed it. :twilightsmile:
And, just between you and me, romance is one of my favourite genres too. :raritywink:

Author Interviewer

Remember, fellas, hang out at a high school and offer alcohol to girls in emotional distress. It's the best way to get into a relationship and there will be zero consequences!


Well, the dosage makes the poison.
Besides, I doubt I got enough of a role model function to make young girls accept alcohol from random candy coloured strangers or to lead said strangers to approach young woman in emotional distress with high amounts of alcohol. Therefore I will be happy that you gave the story a read and hope you'll have a wonderful day. :twilightsmile:

liked the concept about Sunset's mental dissonance due to the rainbow blast of doom!

Well, it feels kinda brainwashy if you ask me. At least if you think about the instant reformation of most baddies when hit by the elements.

I think thats sort of the point? there's some real existential horror hiding in there. I actually wrote a couple chapters once on a similar concept but it went too dark too fast so it never got published. I could have done without the romance and brevity, but romanve was part of the prompt and timing probably had a big hand in it.

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