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Chronicler06


Anything can be awesome when it's made of Lego.

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This story is a sequel to LEGO Equestria Girls 4


In an alternate world where everything and everyone is made of Lego, the LEGO Team of Canterlot City may not be sent on missions very often, but that doesn't mean they won't see a lot of action, even in their home city.

First, in an effort to save Camp Everfree from its financial troubles, Rarity convinces her friends to enter a contest, but a familiar group of former Shadowbolt agents will provide them with some serious competition.

Later, the team is invited to a film studio, but soon find themselves trying to solve a mystery when a series of incidents threaten to shut down production of an upcoming movie.

Finally, while a mirror altered by Equestrian magic threatens to further corrupt someone seeking vengeance, Sunset Shimmer takes the opportunity to show the Lego World to Starlight Glimmer from Equestria.

Chapters (12)
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Whoo! More Legos! I've been sooo looking forward this!

Way to be supportive Spike.

It honestly bugged me that Indigo wasn't in that dance special. And they gave NO explanation why. So thanks for giving you own.

Spike sees through Rarity all too well. :moustache:

Still love this! :pinkiehappy:

Quick question, will the upcoming special "Forgotten Friendship" be part of this story?

8715276 Yeah, Indigo Zap's absence in "Dance Magic" was hard not to notice. The only reason I can think of is that Kelly Sherdian was unavailable (or they wanted to save her for Starlight Glimmer).

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Well unless Kelly decided she didn't want to do Indigo (I don't know why she wouldn't though) I'm going with unavailable.

I have to say, I am quite pleasantly surprised by how much attention this story has gotten so far. It made the popular stories list, and was on the third page of searching for hot stories. It seems that every time I start the next main story in the series, I increasingly expect not much reaction, and yet I once again see that there are still plenty of people who enjoy seeing what comes next for this Lego World.

8715276 The closest we ever got to an official explanation was a tweet from one of the writers who said that she was "on vacation". Here in this story, I've got those girls in a very different situation (rather than remaining as prep school students, in this version they're former secret agents trying to figure out where they can fit in for their new lives), so I decided that it only made sense for me to go for a rather unique reason for her absence.

8715314 No, because it hasn't even aired yet. I plan these stories months in advance, so everything you'll see in this story will be based on last year's Equestria Girls content (namely, the three half-hour specials) and is already finalized in my mind. (It's just a matter of me taking the time to actually write it all out.) I'm afraid you'll have to wait a whole year for the sixth main story to see my Lego World's version of Forgotten Friendship.

8715368 Nice to see you're still reading and commenting on these stories. By the way, if you don't mind me asking, are you the one who in the past had added my earlier stories to a whole bunch of other groups? I couldn't help but notice that this story has not yet been added to any groups at all (aside from the obvious one about Lego which I did myself), and I've always had this suspicion that it was your doing (if I'm wrong, then I'm sorry to have bothered you). Personally, I don't mind either way, I'm just curious why this story is apparently not getting the same treatment as all the other ones did before.

Twilight rolled her eyes and said, “There was an unwritten rule among the Shadowbolts that, if a fellow agent was trying to overcomplicate things to the point of absurdity, then we would have to remind them of the acronym of K.I.S.S.”

Rarity raised an eyebrow and quietly asked, “What does that mean?”

Still speaking in a normal tone, Twilight sharply replied, “It means, ‘Keep it simple, stupid.’”

I loved this. :rainbowlaugh:

Somewhere theres a goldfish poking its head out the surface of the water through what used to be the side of the bowl? :pinkiehappy:

Bank robbing? With your reputation? Pinkie, where in your mind did that sound like a good idea? :ajbemused:

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Where in Pinkie's mind? EVERWHERE!

I got a laugh out of the K.I.S.S. part. And go way for everyone to describe their concepts.

What are the Shadowbolts planning on using the money from the contest on? I know will get that answer in 2 weeks but still can't help but ask. Part of me thinks its gonna be for Indigo's virus but I don't think that can be it.

8745981 I remember that acronym was used by some of my elementary school teachers, so I figured it was something worth sharing with everyone.

8746163 If you recall in the previous chapter, Applejack had remarked that if the music video was a failure, then robbing a bank would be their only alternative. Of course, she was being sarcastic, but we all know that Pinkie Pie tends to take certain remarks more seriously than she probably should.

8746312 All I can confirm is that the answer will indeed be revealed in the next chapter.

Oh sweet Celestia it's back.

Yessss

This was fun. :twilightsmile:

I look forward to the cover of "Movie Magic" - that was my personal favorite of the three specials. (I love all the Scooby-Doo homage stuff in that one XD)

Ah so they DID need the money for Indigo. Makes perfect sense. And like the Shadowbolts are called "Crystal Girls". That's a fitting title for them

Overall I consider Dance Magic Lego version excellent. I look forward to how Movie Magic turns out. I'm rather interested if its gonna be the Daring Doo movie from the special or if its gonna be something else cause I remember Sunset telling Trixie in the 4th story that she was getting a movie made about her story.

I know it will likely be the Daring Doo movie but gotta admit it would have been an interesting idea for Sunset's movie instead. But we'll find out in 2 weeks. See ya then!

8777299 If you liked those Scooby Doo references, then you're going to like a certain bit of additional content I've got planned in one of the next few chapters.

8777687 I had honestly completely forgotten about that little detail from the fourth story. I went back and read through it again and I'm glad to say that, with the particular way that remark was worded, it will not be in conflict with what I have planned for this story. I'd explain more, but that would be considered a spoiler for now.

“I can’t believe we’re really here!” exclaimed Rainbow Dash excitedly. “We’ve actually been invited to the Canterlot City lot of the Lord and Miller film studio to see the making of the upcoming Daring Do movie!”

Great reference there. XD I approve!

Once the area was cleared, Pinkie Pie suddenly jumped back in with a movie clapperboard in her hand. “Scene transition!” she exclaimed excitedly as she snapped the clapperboard shut.

Good joke there. Pinkie would totally do that!

Pinkie Pie suddenly pulled out her movie clapperboard and exclaimed, “Cliffhanger!” She then snapped the clapperboard shut.

Again, nice joke. Good way to end the chapter!

I could totally see Pinkie doing that "Cliffhanger" fourth wall break.

Good chapter! Pinkie using a clapperboard for scene translations and chapter cliffhanger was really funny! :rainbowlaugh:

Also:

She and Twilight booth squealed excitedly.

You mean both?

Keep up the good work! :twilightsmile:

Ah so Sunset rejected the movie offer. Makes having the movie being filmed the Daring Doo one a lot more sense. Speaking of which: I had completely forgotten they met the real Daring Doo in these stories. I should really go back to some of your old stories and give them another read.

And love the Pinkie 4th wall breaking parts.

8806814 8807046 Nice to hear that apparently everyone likes that little running gag with Pinkie. Be sure to expect it again for the rest of the Movie Magic part, where applicable.

8807062 Thanks for pointing that out. I corrected it as soon as you mentioned it. Even though I'm always doing my best to correct any errors before I post new chapters here, I still highly appreciate having people point out as soon as possible any that might have slipped through. Ideally, I'd rather not do any additional editing more than a day after the chapter has been posted, so for all readers here, please don't hesitate to point out any errors in all future chapters and stories.

8807233 I'm honestly surprised that you remembered a little detail from the fourth story that I had forgotten, yet you forgot about a character's somewhat significant appearance in the second story. By the way, about that little detail from the fourth story, I had mentioned previously that the way I had worded it (Sunset got an offer to have a movie made about her) would not conflict with this story (she rejected the offer because she was not yet comfortable with sharing her entire life story with the Lego World), so now you see what I meant by that.

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Yeah my memory is weird. Sometimes I'll remember stuff that happened like 10 years ago. Or I'll forget stuff that happened yesterday. And yeah I do see what you meant now.

It wasn’t long before the chase reached a hallway of six doors — three on each side. The cloaked figure ran down the hall, opened the door on the far left, and went into the room beyond. Rainbow Dash immediately went through the far left door. Sunset was about to do the same, but stopped when she noticed the cloaked figure emerge from the near left door, cross the hallway, and enter the near right door, so Sunset turned around and went through the near right door. Applejack arrived next, just in time to see the cloaked figure leave the far right door and go through the middle left door, which Applejack also took. Twilight and Spike saw the cloaked figure next leave the middle right door and go through the near left door, so they both also took that door. Rarity and Fluttershy arrived next and saw the cloaked figure leave the middle left door and go through the far right door, so they both went for that door as well. Finally, Pinkie saw the cloaked figure leave the far left door and go through middle right door, so she also went through that door.

Ooh, you did it! You used the door gag! :pinkiehappy: My day just got made ^_^

I did find it weird how I couldn't remember that the group had met Daring Doo in your second story but I do remember the Power People.

Also love the Hallway of Doors stuff you did.

How did I miss this coming into existence? You know what? Don't answer that.

Let me guess. The Shadowbolts are trying to raise money for Indigo's hospital bills.

While it was well done, it still doesn't make a Scooby-Dooby Doors scene written out in text any less awkward.

This last part of this chapter feels like the girls are having a slumber party as opposed to the girls making plans for a music video concept.

Lemon Zest rested her chin on her hand as she sighed and mumbled, “By the time she recovers, she’ll blame us for letting such a huge opportunity slip out of our grasp. And we’ll be right back at square one, trying to figure out how to pay off all of her medical bills.”

I totally called it! :pinkiehappy:

Once the area was cleared, Pinkie Pie suddenly jumped back in with a movie clapperboard in her hand. “Scene transition!” she exclaimed excitedly as she snapped the clapperboard shut.

:rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh: That was brilliant.

“Oh no! Runaway wheel!” exclaimed Pinkie Pie.

Is this going to be a regular thing in your stories? :ajsmug:

“Though come to think of it, I do find it kinda odd that I’ve never seen both of them in the same room at the same time. It’s always just one or the other.”

Insert obligatory Batman or Superman joke here. :rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh:

The remaining people in the room — all eight members of the Equestria Girls team — looked at each other with various expressions of concern.

I just realized one small problem with calling the group the Equestria Girls. Spike's not a girl. :moustache:

“I’ll handle this,” said Twilight as she removed her hair tie — a purple six-pointed star — and with a good flick of a wrist, she sent it rapidly spinning through the air. The spinning hair tie soared above the surrounding buildings and sliced through a rope, sending a massive sandbag plummeting to the floor behind the buildings in the direction the cloaked figure had gone. As the four girls began running towards that fallen sandbag, Twilight jumped up and caught her hair tie as it came back around. Once they arrived behind the buildings, they saw that the sandbag had fallen right in front of the cloaked figure, leaving them trapped between it and the girls.

That was cool. :rainbowkiss:

Rainbow Dash and Applejack tried going through one doorway at the same time and ended up wedging themselves into the frame. They struggled for a few seconds to free themselves, then Fluttershy suddenly left another room while screaming in terror and ended up slamming into Rainbow and Applejack, sending all three of them crashing into the room and causing a loose wheel to roll out into the hallway and go into the room Fluttershy had just left. Soon after, Pinkie Pie left another room while running atop that wheel, only to end up running over Spike and sending them both tumbling into the next room.

Again with the wheel?! :rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh:

even a cracked space helmet.

"squeal"! Benny's helmet! :rainbowkiss:

It's not a Scooby-Doo chase without Scooby-Doo doors. :pinkiehappy:

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Always gotta have those doors.

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yeah, that chase scene was fun, but I don't know: feels like there's something missing; oh, wait: I know:

8837833 8837928 8838052 8838255 8841985 Considering all the Scooby Doo references we saw in Movie Magic, I did find it rather odd that the classic doors sequence was not among them, so I figured I might as well make my own version, if only to further utilize Lego's quirky humor for the sake of this series. Glad to see so many of you really liked it.

8838167 Nice to finally see you commenting here. I was honestly starting to consider sending you a PM asking if you were even aware of this story, so I'm glad I won't have to worry about that anymore. Anyway, yes, Pinkie Pie saying "runaway wheel" is something that appears in all of my main stories (along with two other brief remarks, though those two others have part of it always different between each story while the rest of each remark remains constantly the same). I was wondering how long it would take for someone to notice certain phrases getting repeated between each of the main stories. (Now let's see if you can figure out what the other two repeated phrases are.)

A nice conclusion to the Movie Magic story arc.
Now, onto the Mirror Magic adaptation. XD

Seeing Starlight adapt to being a minifig ought to be pretty amusing.

just thinking of Pinkie putting a Marge Simpson stack of stuff on her head then putting her hair back on as normal. :pinkiehappy:

Not much to say. It's pretty similar to the canon version of this scene. Other than Pinkie and the pudding, not a ton of LEGO humor.

You missed the obvious Scooby-Doo reference of "Meddling Kids". :twistnerd:

Well that finishes up Movie Magic which was very nicely done. Look forward to Mirror Magic. Now its Starlight's to go into the crazy fun world of Lego.

8868906 8869161 Believe me, bringing Starlight Glimmer into the Lego World is the part of this story that I've been looking forward to the most.

8868962 Lego Pinkie has put weird things on her head before, such as a gear in the first story or a wagon wheel in the second story, but for some reason, it took me this long to finally get one of her friends to comment on that habit.

8869104 I did add in a few things not seen in the official version, like the set builder identifying how the set was sabotaged (done in such a way that could only be done in a world of Lego), and even the possibility that Juniper may have had a part in trying to convince Chestnut to get into a different project.

8869129 I did consider it, but the fact is that such a reference would have worked much better in the official Equestria Girls version rather than this story. The simple reason is that while the Main 7 in the official Equestria Girls are teenagers (and thus can be called kids), the Main 7 of this fanfiction series is at the same adult age as their pony counterparts, so such a reference would've actually been too forced here. (Not to mention, Spike is a puppy in the official Equestria Girls, while he's a young boy in this series, so that's another reason why the "meddling kids and dumb dog" reference just wouldn't work in this story, and would've been much better suited for the official Equestria Girls.)

Poor Spike gets shafted so much its like noone really knows what to do with the poor sod in a pretty pink princess pony girls show. :fluttershysad:

I guess it's a little difficult to insert a lot of LEGO humor into a story based off of a short about girls chilling at the mall before chaos strikes.

Sweet! Now we begin our mirror magic adventure! Yeah I can understand this being a short chapter. But I'm looking forward to whatever comes next.

And now, the Mirror Magic starts.
I look forward to seeing Sunset's return to Equestria...

8896992 Like I said in the author's note, there will be a reason why Spike isn't with the girls for this part of the story, but you'll have to wait until a later chapter to find out what it is.

8897201 Yeah, but I still manage to fit in a few bits and pieces wherever I can, such as Juniper smashing that posterboard stand to pieces.

I like the touch of the Mirror being behind a hidden wall. Seems like a good idea. And yes, secret doors ARE cool :twilightsmile:

VERY nicely done; I mean...

Starlight could barely contain her excitement over where she was about to go. She took a deep breath to somewhat calm herself, then remarked to herself, “Alright… Time toLego!”

...wait, what?

“Alright… Time toLego!”

...I've made my fair share of bad jokes/puns, but this...take it away, Dr. Wolf:

Y'know, if Twilight needs a source of plastic, I'm sure the Lego world could spare a pile of bricks.

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