• Member Since 22nd May, 2012
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I'm relatively new to the world of fanfiction, but I do have a real deep passion for both MLP:FIM and writing.


Sequel to 'Always connected' that follows Rainbow Dash and Applejack as they enter the war that was started because of Gilda. They learn about all of the sacrifices that the other elements of harmony made, while at the same time coming to grips with new powers in order to fulfil an ancient prophecy that indicates that they are the ponies destined to end the war... or die trying.

Chapters (20)
Comments ( 37 )

I haven't read the story yet but.... WHY DID YOU POST ALL THE CHAPTERS AT ONCE?!

Hello again, Rogue! I can tell you, I am planning on reading your stories in the near future. Especially this one.:twilightsmile::raritywink:

Thanks, That actually means a lot to me.

Oh, well the main reason is because i'm writing my fifth series, and this one is a bit older so it made sense to do it all at once. I'm sorry if it's not the right etiquette for this site. I'm pretty new to it.

Oh look, a new place to stalk you. Maybe uploading Dusk Rises on here will get me off my ass to reading chapters 5-7 :derpytongue2:

Soon, Although it's weird. Chapter 7 has been up for almost a week and only has 42 views. I can't explain it.

I have no idea. I just have to wait it out though. I don't usually put up a chapter until the previous one hits at least 80- 100 views.

Oh my gosh, i laughed so hard at the doctors comment there at the end.

I'm very happy you liked it. What was the line?

1426541 the one about death loosing it's novelty.

Oh yeah, I remember that one. Haha.

This is by far one of the best fics i have read. Bravo :twilightsmile:

Sorry for the late reply, but thank you very much. :pinkiehappy::ajsmug::twilightblush::yay::raritystarry::rainbowlaugh::derpytongue2:

AHA! here it is! I've been looking for this story :pinkiehappy:

Uh, I wasn't really into Sparity at the time of this being written, but I have since developed a like for it.
Also, just so you know, this is the fifth story in a series, so I have to ask; Have you read the earlier series?

Can you plz list all the storys?

Yeah sure. In canon chronological order it goes;
'Always Connected'
'A New Harmony'
'The Element of Laughter'
'Dusk Rises;
'Always Connected- Aftermath'
'Broken Laughter' (Not yet published)

No problem, what do you think of them so far might I ask?

Thanks, I'm really happy you enjoyed it. :twilightsmile:
But I have to ask; Have you read any of the other stories in the series? Because it might help clear up any questions you may have.

YAY! And yet, now my heart is empty. Nothing left but husk of a broken man. All because I finished the story.

That is so depressing. But I have more stories! Maybe you can climb back into that husk and have a good time? :fluttershyouch::twilightsheepish:

Yep, sorry for that, but I do however noticed that you have other stories as well. I've just been wrapped up in my own story that I haven't been able to really sit done and read another story. But I will.

Alright, Well I hope you like them.

Finally finished all your stories. All in all, they're pretty good.

My main problem is with how the characters act. Firstly, Gregor seems to know that Gilda is an asshole. Yet he still doesn't believe anyone but her, when it comes down to what happened with Rainbow Dash. Also, I see no reason for the Minotaurs or the Diamond Dogs to support him. He might have a reason to go to war, namely for Gilda, but there is little to no motivation for the other factions to support him, really.

Also, they seem a bit eager to die, in general. The average soldier would just run away as soon as they see someone like Rainbow Dark or Pinkamena. Instead, they throw themselves at them, even when they seem them slaughtering everything around them with ease. Especially since they essentially have no reason to fight, except that their king told them so.

And how the hell did Gilda get an adult dragon. From what I can tell from the show, most of them don't give a feather about ponies and what they do. They just ignore them. I don't see how Gilda could convince one to fight one of the strongest non-dragon entities on the planet.

Note that although I'm only pointing out bad things, I still rather like this story. I'm just incapable of (or extremely bad at) giving solid positive criticism.

im sorry to seem rude, but rainbow dark.....seriously? why not Whirlwind?

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