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(Featured August 1-7, 2020)


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After the Battle of the Bands, things have been going good for the Rainbooms. Sunset Shimmer herself has finally gained the acceptance of her classmates. But she feels like she is missing something in her life.

Their peace, however, becomes short-lived. During a basketball game with Dimmsdale High, they witness some buck-toothed boy utilizing powerful magic.

Fearing the boy has gotten his hands on some dangerous Equestrian artifact, one of the Rainbooms steps up to babysit the boy and keep on an eye on him until Princess Twilight can come up with a solution.

However, the kid's secrets go much deeper then that. And, to their misfortune, the Rainbooms aren't the only ones interested in the power he holds...


Timmy Turner has the struggles not typical of 10 year old boy. On top of dealing with bullies, evil babysitters, and evil teachers, he must also keep his fairy godparents a secret.

When Vicky goes away for three weeks, Timmy sees this as a time he can relax. Much to his consternation, however, his parents hire a temporary babysitter. While she and her friends seem nice enough, Timmy will learn there is more to them then meets the eye.

And as other forces close in on his fairies, the Dimmsdale Elementary School student must decide who is friend and who is foe.


Equestria Girls: A Fairly Odd Friendship is an Equestria Girls/Fairly Oddparents fusion fic.

Set between Rainbow Rocks and Friendship Games. Also set around season 5 of FOP (with some changes to canon). This is after Channel Chasers and before Poof.

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"The door was slammed in her face"

Appropriate reaction from Timmy considering his not great history with babysitters. Also seeing the FOP characters back to there pre muffin (it makes sense if you watched FOP) selves is really nice.

Before I read, I have two questions. Firstly, is this before Poof and, if so, is this before or after the FOP movie, Channel Chasers.

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Before Poof and after Channel Chasers. I will specify that in the description.

Sunset is gonna be miffed when she discovers Timmy's secret. To think that as a villain, she spent so much time and efforts trying to get Twilight's crown from another world...and turns out in this one there were kids with wish-granting fairies all along.

To be fair magic's the only thing that can explain Timmy's life.

A EqG crossover story... with the Fairly OddParents?

How does Timmy use the magic in the game, the da rules say that it can’t be used for competitions

Honestly this was a super unexpected story.

The premise for the story is simple but actually works super well and is something I would not have thought of easily.

I can't help but wonder if Sunset Shimmer and her friends may be an exception to Timmy having to hide Cosmo and Wanda since they do have magic of their own.

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In the episode 'Odd Ball' he wishes 'To be super tall and talented at basket ball, ow, until I win enough money for a new V-Cube then I never wnt to be this freakishly huge again.'

And he is, except for the last few minutes.

When he asks about it, Cosmo and Wanda explain that it's only the lest few minutes in a basket ball game that really count as a competition, which is WHY he has to teach the team (in the episode) how to share and work as an actual team and win.

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My read on the "no telling " rule is that it seems to have a lot of asterisks.

In canon, here are the beings who've been able to see Timmy's fairies without consequence:

1. Other fairies.

2. Other godkids.

3. Other godparents.

4. Other supernatural beings.

5. Aliens.

6. Any being with experience with magic.

My guess is that not only could the Rainbooms be allowed to see Timmy's fairies, but all of Canterlot High. Having seen magic before, and been enthralled by it, they could be allowed to see Timmy's fairies.

However, for....reasons, they're not going to be figuring that out right away.

Also set around season 5 of FOP (with some changes to canon). This is after Channel Chasers and before Poof.

So no Chloe? Darn it. I like Chloe...

Hell,is about TIME, i waited for a decent odd parents/mlp/eqg fic since i found fimfiction back in 2013 :D, lets see where this will go.

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does sunset qualify as another supernatural being or a being who knows magic? also looking forward to seeing where this goes and if timmy turns into a earth pony in equestria or somehow being an alicorn due to his connection to two beings that can litrely grant almost any wish? also draconicus cosmo anyone?

this is gonna drive everyone up the wall in CHS. they'll all think timmy is from the portal.

"It was a long time ago, I was in a bad place," Sunset continued. Before Moondancer could respond, phone rang. "Sorry, got a text," Sunset said with a smile, "got to go." Sunset ran off. Moondancer meekly followed Sunset to the basketball court. Moondancer saw Sunset getting hugged by some friends. The sight of it, made Moondancer's blood boil and her fist clenched as she glared at the fire-haired girl.

Okay... That was honestly just rude. I would be upset as well.

The good news is I named my nickel, Phillip!
What's the bad news?
IT'S A GIRL NICKEL!

It's a little telly, but this was one of my favorite cartoons as a kid and I could almost picture the animation through this... so I'll keep an eye on it.

The game was over, with Dimmsdale High victorious. Which meant clean up time for the losing side. Which meant Timmy was once again doing the work for Dimmsdale High while Vicky watched.

Wait, wot?

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IGIARI! THey'll think he picked up something from Equestria. Derpy did say he picked up something shiny

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"It vomited on my shoe," Vicky yelled.

"I didn't do it on purpose," Scootaloo protested.

Don't you mean 'she'?

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No. I meant "it". As in, Vicky has so little respect for Scootaloo, she refers to the girl as an "it."

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you do got a point there. huh. i wonder how this will all head to......

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If I managed to make these characters feel like canon characters, that is the greatest praise I could receive.


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Her problem was this: she confined her activities to a single high school. Sunset, when consumed by her megalomania, wouldn't try and find a path to power through elementary school kids. She wouldn't never think a bunch of magicless kids could be the source of her power.

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Do you think Sunset will be as bad as Vicky pre reformation then?

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Oh yeah had that episode in mind but I forgot that tidbit

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I'm sure the writers are glad someone does.

(I don't think she's that bad of a character, really; I just think the show had enough characters to work with already. Heck, Tootie is already an appropriately miserable girl that she deserves a fairy or two.)

I haven’t seen something like this yet and it’s really good. Though do be sure to carful read since I notice a few mistakes which I’ll post later.

I do like that your not having Poof, Dog and the girl (whoever she was) in this story. I felt the old classic show when reading this which was much better before Poof

"Did you guys here something," Timmy asked his fairies.

Hear.

"Alright," Sunset saidwith a frown, "let's go check this out. What did he look like?"

Missed space.

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Even post reformation, Sunset has problems empathizing with anyone but her friends. It would be a good idea to explore this blind spot.

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Hardly, considering how over the top Vicky is.

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Just like they ignored Trixie's tomboy side, or Veronica's crush on Timmy. Or eventually all of Timmy's relationships with his friends outside the magical side.

I'm trying to imagine all the residents of Canterlot having similar skin tones like those of Dimmsdale... it's giving me a headache. Also, I've never imagined finding this kind of crossover story, I thought of it, but never imagined it coming to fruition... this is both the weirdest and awesome idea to make for a story, you have caught my interest and an avid reader now.

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I agree. The problem wasn't Chloe per se, the problem was how she was implemented.

And the simple fact that she was kind of superfluous, and sidelined already established characters.

Okay the Zephyr moment was a bit much, even for my twisted humor, at first I thought he was going to remove his shirt to reveal he tattooed or painted a drawing of him and Rainbow with heart surrounding them... that... that was too much.

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I think this was properly portrayed with Sunset's interactions with Wall Flower in that one EQG movie special.

Intriguing, I really like how you merged the two stories together, feels kind of natural. I shall look forward to more.

Feels... kinda clunky. I get that a lot of the comedy in FOP comes from slapstick, but when writing it out it just seems... odd. Maybe I'm just used to thoroughly worded/descriptive stories, but while I would like to see where you can take this, the story just feels kind of lackluster because the usually slapstick nature of the show comes off as overly rushed and janky.

That and the barely there dialogue for the Rainbooms, also just so happening to be mostly slapstick with a bunch of "So and so did/said this" followed by "So and so did/said that".

Eh... story's not really doing it for me. The musical numbers are fine for a show where you can actually hear the lyrics and see the animation to go with it, but trying to put those into a story is a bit of a losing proposition (Especially when people can read/hear words differently with different accents). That and the fact that the "big reveal" about Timmy having magic (At least as far as the Rainbooms are concerned) felt... cliche? Just seemed like something so blatantly obvious is a bit of a let down, even if this is probably something that would happen in the cartoon.

Overall, I think this would work just fine as, say, a crossover episode that was actually animated. But as a written story, it falls pretty flat on its face. Story doesn't deserve a thumbs down, as I don't believe it's objectively bad, but neither do I find it very good. Concept was nice, and something I don't believe I've seen... well, at all really, on this site. Just that the source material (At least one half of this crossover) doesn't lend well to a written medium.

:twilightoops: .......................................... this is gonna drive them nuts isn't it. :trollestia:

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