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Vivid Syntax

Convention Runner, Statistician, and lover of all things Soarburn


Twilight has never failed a student before, let alone four! With Starlight’s help, can she figure out how to grade four friends who didn't do the assignment?

This is a fun little one-shot to get back into the swing of things. Thanks to Bright Sight and Wireframe for pre-reading!

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Comments ( 14 )

Cute. Didn't see the twist with the troll coming:rainbowlaugh:

And the moral of the story is, cultural shifts may make you feel irrelevant, but violence is always applicable!

*Obligatory loving comment with sarcastic remark that endears friendship to author*

Truly, this is the takeaway I had in mind. :ajsmug:

Glad you enjoyed it! :raritywink:

orp #6 · Aug 7th, 2021 · · ·

This is secretly a G5 fic, isn't it.

This was a very good one-shot.

Been awhile since I've been on here. This was a great story, I think you nailed Twilight's overthinking and Starlight was really good supporting Twilight through one of her episodes. Twilight would have such a fear of bad grades that even giving them to others stresses her out. I also like the troll at the end he sounds sweet. It's great to see another story from you!

Thanks, Stratus! I appreciate you logging on and checking it out, and I'm glad you liked the story, too!

The was a good read. I think you illustrated an important point in an enjoyable and easy to read way. No set of values, no matter how strong and provable, can do everything. Having Starlight act as the vessel for the lesson is a good choice, I think. Her own growth as a character makes her ideal for pointing out overlooked problems. It's also ironic, given her own habit of ignoring simple solutions in favor of grand demonstrations.

Thanks for the review! I'm glad you enjoyed it overall.

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