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I come from the land of the green and unknown, from tenth page drop, where the horse words flow.


It is not every day that you learn that a monster of legend is real, let alone friends with Rarity. If she had heard of the old stories, perhaps she would be more cautious. Or more daring.

{This story has two versions, the last chapter is the first person version.}

Chapters (2)
Comments ( 35 )

The worst part is, that I recognize that doe-hunter green, of which this story was based on.

Nice story. Keep it up.

Was it just me. When I saw the title I imagined hearing the Duck Tales theme song but replace Duck with Deer.

Perhaps you should bring some rope, if he doesn't happen to have any.

Yes, perhaps you should.

Wink wink nudge nudge. ;p

Don’t bring that cursed green here
I was present when it was made. You do not know the energy such things hold.


But people demand it.
What should I do?
I know. I will give a hint.

Lurk on /mlp board, or /k board.

/k/ has a healthy fascination with deer...

As some one once said.
you had my curiosity, now you have my attention.

OH GOSH THIS WAS SO GOOD! Ahh, between the great short story writing and the sauciness, GOD this was such a fantastic read!~ I hope ya didn't mind, but I had to make a little audio reading of this!~

Audio Thong!: https://youtu.be/14amaLf6d0w

(I don't mean to offend anyone with this comment!)

Hope there is a another chapter or follow up cause this was good.

Christ alive. /k/ posting on FIMFiction, now I've seen everything.

I do love a good story that re-interprets human stuff through alien perspectives.
The myths behind cars, guns, and buck lures were entertaining to read.

This reminds me of a short comic by the artist Loimu. I'm not going to link it, for reasons that will become abundantly clear if you decide to look it up for yourself.

Interesting story but feels like a set up to something more.

I assume there's some reference here that's flying over my head. Also, I had assumed that the second chapter would show a different take on the encounter, yet it seems to be identical save for substituting every "you" and an "I" and I do not understand why. Padding? It was already past the 1000 word mark.

There are people who do not want to read a story in the second person point of view, so I have a version in the first person. Since the adaptation takes about 5 minutes to do, and I gain a lot of people who would otherwise not read my story, I think it's worth it.

As for the reference you're not getting, it's to several posts from 4chan's /k/ board (a place to talk about weapons and related topics) in which some people had... unconventional tactics and/or objectives when hunting deer.

I never understood why people prefer the second person over the first in vice versa. I mean its the same story in the end. Well, to each their own.


Please make a sequel! :raritystarry:

Honestly, I'm not sure what real impact the RGRE had on the story.

And judging from the comments, I'm frightened to discover what that "source" might be...

Perhaps I should bring some rope, if he doesn't happen to have any.

I'm sorry, WHAT!?
Also, sequels?

I'm upset that I missed a story about /k/ for this long, but I'm also glad that I found it.

Well done,

Its a short one, but its well done and got me interested in the world.

The Monk
“If you can't awe them with knowledge, baffle 'em with bullshit.” -Guardsman_Sparky

Perhaps I should bring some rope, if he doesn't happen to have any.

I think that bit really sells it. ;]

Wouldn't mind seeing a whole world with this sort of thing...

I want one as well. With them making fawns!!

That does lack a certain dangerous appeal.

Cavalry charges.

I bet if they thought about their legends they could go "that was probably a road" and "oh, children's breakfast cereal, we have those now." Maybe they already have, and like being mysterious about what is now ordinary stuff to them.

TFW you know exactly what series of pictures the story is referencing.

I really think you should have revisited this one.

A follow up could have been fun


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