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Just your average, useless person who thinks that this whole 'life' thing is overrated.


When a family misunderstanding sends her running, Applejack bumps into a sleeping Trixie. They decide to share some cider, with every gulp realizing that a line between a polar opposite and a twin soul is much thinner than they thought...


Cover based on the images from:

Proofread by Ginger and Grammarly :duck:

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This was way better than I expected for it to having Trixie, it makes way more sense on why she became a guidence cousilor her experiences give the ground to stand on.

I love councilor Trixie. Too bad we didn't get to see her during the job, but considering the final episode, she seems to be doing well.

I feel ya, Applejack. A nephew just came into my life last year and I'm nervous on how to act once he starts growing up.

A lovely tale! Thanks for sharing!

Huk #3 · Apr 9th, 2021 · · ·


I'm glad you both enjoyed it :twilightsmile:, and I agree - we could use more stories showing how Trixie changed and grew after becoming the guidance counselor. It seems like an interesting idea to explore, and given that she spent most of her adult life traveling from town to town, I think such a radical change would not come to pass without some issues.

I love heartwarming stories like this. Not to mention it tempts me into shipping AppTrix, even if it doesn't contain any romance and even though I'm more of a StarTrix person. Well done, Huk. ^^

Huk #5 · Apr 9th, 2021 · · ·


Glad you liked it :twilightsmile:

'AppTrix' also passed through my mind when I was writing this - probably because of how different they seem to be (the whole 'differences attract each other' approach). It could be fun to write.


Indeed it would. I've just remembered a tumblr blog that had a hints of it too:


Excellent story! I give it a “Five Pinkie Pie Smile” rating:


Huk #8 · Apr 9th, 2021 · · ·


Just read it all but... darn, it ended just when things were about to get interesting. I hate that about these blogs. There was another (pretty hilarious) one with TrixieMaud ship:

comic:damp rocks - Tags - Derpibooru

But the author let the fandom and it ended abruptly...

Still, I like both ideas. When it comes to shipping, Trixie seems like the most versatile character in general :trixieshiftleft:


Five on the scale of five, I hope :trollestia: ... glad you liked it:twilightsmile:.


I know and love that one too. :)

And yeah... There is something depressing about reading great comic/blog/story that gets you invested in it only to reach the next page and find out it was posted years ago without a follow-up. Which is understandable considering that most authors don't get paid to make them, but it's still sad that the story is interrupted before reaching the end. It was the same with Dash Academy comic.

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