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The Hat Man


Specialties include comedy, robots, and precision strikes to your feelings. Hobbies include hat and watch collecting. May contain alcohol.

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On Hearth's Warming Eve, a young Shining Armor helps a mysterious lost filly get home to her family...

Little does he know that there's more to this sad, quiet girl than he thinks...

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Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed it. :twilightsmile:

Well. That was chilling. Pun intended.

...Well, my other guess would have been decendant from the distant future, or parallel universe. :derpytongue2:

A very bittersweet, but beautiful story, Hatman!

Good job, as always!

And thanks to you as well, The Hat Man. :)

Very well done and Twilight Zone-like! :twilightsmile:

P.S. Kind of remind me of Real Ghostbusters' episode "The Man Who Never Reached Home"...

huh, that leaves questions...
But it was quite nice.
Keep going! ;)

dis be one of deem stories. ya can see where it going, whats coming. but it still hurts the feels

You know, this story makes me wonder.

An alternate take on the idea, at any rate.

What, if the "ghost of a dead child" doesn't go away. If, instead, the living just shrug, and accept her at face value. You know, that's just the sort of thing that tends to happen in Ponyville.

Then again, she's a child, so she can't run around without a legal guardian.

So somepony has to adopt the ghost. :derpytongue2:

Which creates all manner of bureaucratic complications. :trollestia:

In fact, cue this story prompt. :rainbowwild:

A nicely presented take on an old trope.

Right in the feels.

Very well done.

The Monk
Her hands were still bound with rope, she debated an escape before all the stupidity gave her an aneurysm. -Scarheart

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