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"Fantasy is hardly an escape from reality. It's a way of understanding it." - Lloyd Alexander



Twice had he attempted to conquer Middle-Earth and twice had he failed.

But now, the dark lord Sauron has his eye fixed on a new world ripe for the picking.

Descending into this strange and annoyingly colourful realm only known as "Equestria", Sauron expects the usual song and dance when it comes to conquering: Resistance, war, bloodshed, cruelty, all that good stuff.

Imagine the fallen Maia's surprise when his efforts to rule Equestria is met with positivity and friendliness.

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This is nice

This is hilarious. I imagine the Nazgul doing their trademark shrieking after saying "I can't, my liege!" And the ponies would think it was cool.

Funniest crap I have ever seen :rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh: !!!

A party pony is never late, Mister Sauron! Nor is she early. She arrives precisely when she means to!

Pretty funny stuff there. :rainbowlaugh:

He gestured to the nine wraiths surrounding him. "And these are the Nazgûl, greatest and most dangerous of my servants! Mightiest among them is Mûrazôr, the Witch-King of Angmar, or as he is known in the underground rap circuit; Da Bitchin' King!"

I was not expecting that. That's hilarious. XD

Bendy #8 · 1 week ago · · ·

I know it's a parody. But I think the ponies would get pissed off he started sacrificing ponies in worship of Morgoth.

To be fair, the ponies don't even know of Morgoth. I think the only reason Sauron used the guise of worshipping Morgoth to decieve the Easterlings and Númenóreans was because Morgoth was already an established entity with his own following even after his downfall.

Sauron has a very high opinion of himself (heck, he blatantly called himself Tar-Mairon or "King Admirable") and would likely want to be worshipped as the single God-King, he simply used his former master as a way to more easily ensnare the peoples of Middle-Earth who already followed Morgoth like the Black Númenóreans, Easterlings and the Haradrim.

Instead, the ponies see a nice guy who is promising industrial evolution and a more stable labour market along with an effective ruling plan. A vote for Sauron is a vote for stability.

And as the story showed, everyting he does to try and prove his evilness ultimatley backfires, even sacrifices to Morgoth.

Punching a pony in the face? It was Prince Blueblood.

Ok... he have mi vote. 👍

Don’t mind me, just laughing my face of right here.:rainbowlaugh:

To the ponies, it is a utopia. To Sauron, it is a tailor-made hell.

I wanna see full on fic about this! Just Sauron trying to be evil and failing repeatedly, with every chapter focusing on him planning and coming up with new schemes like Dr. Doofenshmirtz or something. I'd fav it immediately. :pinkiehappy: :rainbowlaugh: :raritystarry:

You know what? I just might do that.

Dreams do come true! :pinkiegasp:


Like his own, tailored version of the "Doom of Mandos".:rainbowlaugh:
Considering Gandalf works for Námo's little sister, is not unreasonable to think he was the one to suggest such creative punishment.

Punching a pony in the face? It was Prince Blueblood.

Hit him again.

Soron #19 · Tuesday · · ·

Do people really hate Bluebood or is it just for the meme?
I've never been sure about that.

Comment posted by NightFlame389 deleted Tuesday

Well yes, but actually yes

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