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A web developer whose writing process occasionally looks like Pinkie's infamous Party Of One thanks to characters deciding to derail his fics when they feel they make more sense that way.


Applejack didn't expect her crush on Rarity to actually be mutual. Then again, she also didn't expect Rarity to condemn her soul to Pony Hell.

Rarijack with a tiny side dish of Flutterdash.

Written for the BARCAST WRITING CONTEST #2: Make Rarity Not Garbage. Because nothing says "not garbage" like "I just ensured your eternal suffering, darling."

This fic finally has cover art, thanks to the always-amazing Earthsong!

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A MLP community interview podcast thing, apparently! I only learned of them through this contest (I'm really not as active as I'd like in the fandom, so tons of stuff flies under my radar), so I can't really say more about it, unfortunately. You can click the contest link in the description to get to the group, or you can just check out the podcast for example on YouTube.

The transitions are rather abrupt, but aside from those, a hilarious read. Thank you for it.

Thanks for the kind words! The contest had a 5,000 word limit, and the fic in its current form clocks in at 4,959 - I wept for every word and non-essential scene I had to cut.

Huh. I guess this was some kind of speedwrite?

But Rainbow Dash and Fluttershy both have an even number of vowels (not counting the "y")?

Yes, but their in-game characters' names have odd vowel counts, hence Rainbow's note lamenting the fact that the "y" doesn't count.

Oh, got it, that makes sense.

This is why my Ponesian Hippogriff OnO character is named Hoaalohakupa'a Moliakalaniikeola

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"FICKLESTITCH!" Rarity slammed a book shut, making Applejack jump.

This is amazing.

This whole thing is amazing. I'm glad I'm not the only one hanging on to stupid jokes from 2011 to write stories about. XD

I think I got a third of the way before I had to drop it. The dialogue feels...very stiff and awkward.

Uh, that was a bit crazy.

Still, if you want to get more views, you might want to think about adding breaks in between scene transitions.

I love the concept of people confessing their love to another while tryng to break a curse that is actually just a part of a D&D campaign someone misplaced

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