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Nine years of fun, memories, and friends. Here's to another nine of poorly-written stories that people seem to like!


Shooting stars and meteors are nothing unusual, but not long after moving to Ponyville Twilight Sparkle noticed more and more of them, along with other strange celestial phenomenon, and has taken to watching them each night. As she watches them through her telescope one such night, she takes notice of something that will forever change Equestria's understanding of the universe, and leave them to ask that question so often asked.

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Comments ( 17 )

Interesting fic, nice job!


Thank you, I'm glad you enjoyed it!

Comment posted by Badwolf1175 deleted Dec 9th, 2019

I absolutely love your story is their going to be a Sequel?


As of right now I have no sequel planned. I saw your other comment so I understand you had some questions, but in short this was intentionally written to create a sense of mystery, and leave the reader wondering about the nature of Equestria's first taste of extraterrestrial contact. I DO have other Halo/MLP stories that you might be interested in, such as Ever Wonder What's Up There and its sequels, as well as Sins Never Die, a story that I'm personally very proud of.

I'm glad that you enjoyed this story; thanks for reading!

I didn't want to come off as being a jerk so I deleted my last comment sorry.


There wasn't anything wrong with your last comment, don't worry about it!

Of course as any real Halo fan knows, none of what these meteors were that simple. And that was an ODST drop pod. If I remember right.


Ayep. Thanks for reading!

This was not at all what I was expecting, but I enjoyed it. Do have a question though: why was the drop pod empty?


Thanks for reading; I'm glad you liked it!

It was debris from the ship above. All of the "shooting stars" and meteorites Twilight saw were debris from the ships in orbit, or MAC rounds and plasma torpedos.

Holly crap this is a little nice fin doc but it needs improvement.


What kind of improvement? Like a sequel, or is there something wrong with the story itself? I wrote this in like an hour so I'm sure the pacing is wack, but I felt like the ambiguity was nicely done.

Like more chapters.


I'm sorry, I don't have any plans to add chapters to this story. I do, however, have another Halo/MLP story here, which you may be interested in reading.

I had the misfortune of starting to scream when I realized there was nothing more to this.

I like this.


I'm glad you liked the story! Got plenty of other Halo/MLP stories on my page, if you're hankering for more.

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