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What do Wondercolts get up to on the weekends?

New: It's Sunday, and Twilight has yet another nightmare about Midnight Sparkle. To clear her head, she meets up with Sunset in the Park. They talk, and heal, together.

On a Saturday morning, Sunset Shimmer accidently discovers Rainbow Dash's collection of "Pretty Pastel Ponies", and both of them learn about looking at things you aren't meant to see.

It's Friday night and, with their other friends busy, that means a “Just Us Two Girls Night" for Fluttershy and Rainbow Dash. Anyone else would call it a date.

An Equestria Girls Anthology.

Edited By: IceStar

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Comments ( 16 )

I really love this. Just a really excellent start to this story. :pinkiehappy: Definitely gonna be following this collection and see what else comes of it!

I’m so glad you enjoyed it! The second part is about 1/2 written at the moment, I am hoping to have it out for editing soon. Have a Wondercolt Weekend, and don’t forget to check out my other stories!

I think Sunset would be more distrubed there was a toy line was basically her people.

Well, I hadn't read the first chapter before and so wasn't waiting, but I enjoyed both of them now; thank you for writing. :)

I'm glad everyone is enjoying the latest installment of Wondercolt Weekends! I probably won't be able to write much creatively until this summer thanks to Grad School, but I'm hoping I'll be able to pick the pen again soon and finish off this trilogy!

In the meantime, don't forget to check out all the other great stories I've written, hopefully you'll enjoy those too.

Even though I don't ship FlutterDash, this was a pretty sweet chapter.

This was a really big improvement over the draft I saw. The fleshing out of the internal thoughts really added to the anxieties of Dash and Shy, which made the revelation at the end come across much more naturally. I personally found that the atmosphere was improved too with this revision too.

I'll try and get around to making the promo blog for this (and all the other stuff I've since helped on and missed) when I can. I've just been super busy lately.

This was very well-done. I quite liked the look into Rainbow Dash's head and her emotions throughout her interactions with Fluttershy. You do a very good job with both characters. :yay:

There were a few typos in this (you left "you" out of Fluttershy addressing Dash at one point) but still, quite enjoyable stuff! :pinkiesmile:

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Thank you so much! I'm always honored to be recognized. I'm looking forward to working with you again in the future, if you're up for it!

This was quite well done. Twilight's nightmare was effectively portrayed, and I very much enjoyed seeing Twi and Sunset talk about having nightmares and how to deal with them... good, strong characterization there. :twilightsmile:

It's funny that Fluttershy and Rainbow have reversed roles, so-to-speak. Usually, Rainbow is written as the more proactive of the two. But sometimes it's nice to have a change of pace.

Most of all, I appreciate that you worked some of the EQG canon into the dialogue without just outright saying it. Showing vs telling, and all that.

An amusing little snippet, overall.

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I'm glad you enjoyed that dynamic! When I write Flutterdash, my touchstone for their characterization is always Sonic Rainboom. Fluttershy is shy, and has her own issues, but she doesn't hide them and she's also quite emotionally preceptive. Rainbow Dash, on the other hand, is 120% bluster covering up alot of self doubt and awkwardness. As a result, Fluttershy is the one to take the lead in matters of the heart, since although she is shy she has a kind of cool confidence and emotional maturity that Dash lacks. I also tend to write the EQG a little closer to their early season pony counterparts, since they have been through less together than the Mane 6 and have gotten less characterization and character development as a result.

Also, it's funnier that way.

I don't know why, but something about this story is so soft in a nice way. It's casual, not wordy, and is overall pleasant. The drama in this chapter isn't overstated. It just happens, and then there's the resolution with Twilight and Sunset's talk. I like the transitions from scene to scene, very flowy. Thanks for writing this!

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