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"The object of war is not to die for your country, but to make the other bastard die for his." George S. Patton


Despite what legends may say, the rise and fall of nightmare moon was not decided in a single evening, but over a long year of bitter war between the forces pony sisters. During this time, many stallions were recruited from their homes to fuel the war effort. While they were away, the most common form of communication between the soldiers and their families were letters, sent home only on rare occasions. As a result, mail day was one of the most important times to the home-bound ponies. This is the story of those silent few who manage the home-front.

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