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Good authors too, who once knew better words, Now only use four-letter words writing prose. Anything goes. :raritywink:


Luster Dawn has gotten a new job as Headmare's aide at the Ponyville School of friendship. Hoping to learn what her mentor learned from the not-so-small-anymore town, and curb a few of her own worrying attitudes on the subject of other Ponies, she is going to make an active effort to make friends with other creatures.

But things are never that easy. The Council comes into contact with the Warden of Tartarus, and he has a game he wants to play. This time, it's far more complicated, and dangerous than a game of Chess.

Chapters (8)
Comments ( 6 )

Whelp, looks like the guns are blazing right out of the gate. I must say, this is all rather tense!

So far, so good. Best of luck!

Not much more for me to say, other than that things are certainly heating up. Looking forward to the continuation!

Seriously, why am I the only one showing up? This is a great fic and there are 22+ other people just as capable of speaking as I am. Should I go add this fic to a self-promotion group or something?

That's one way to keep Discord from interfering..

Great chapter here, the Cheese Pie thing threw me but only for a second and I’m liking how your introducing a character and we’re noticing the mane 6 slowly disappearing. Can’t wait for Down Beat keep up the great work! :twilightsmile: Also I hope things go well for Pumpkin and Down Beat

Question, how old do you see Luster Dawn in relation to Apple Bloom and Creme, exactly? Also, Creme Rich is an interesting name....creme of the crop? Tbh I like Diamond Tiara's name much better, hahaha.

I like the introduction with Creme! And I really like seeing how an adult, reformed Diamond would act towards Apple Bloom and others. All the new characters look great, and I'm wondering if we'll see the Student Six in this story as well? Can't wait for the next chapter!

This story is really good! I wonder why no one is as invested in it as I am. It's a shame that the author decided to abandon it though. Probably because of the lack of interest.

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