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Found the show in late 2015, and fell in love with it. I also like D&D (3 and 3.5), Fansty novel and movie, Sci-Fi movies. MarbleMac is Best Ship and Flashlight is a fair second


This story is a sequel to My Little Mages: The Shadows' Revenge

Many are the slices of life stories of Twilight, her friends, and their families. Here are several that deal with their own roque's gallery.

A My Little Mages retellings of The Super Speedy Cider Squeezy 6000, Wonderbolt Academy, Rarity Takes Manahattan, Leap of Faith, Rarity Investigates, The Mane Attraction, Viva Las Pegasus, Friendship University and The Washouts

Chapters (6)
Comments ( 9 )

Still do a real good job with your re-imagination of the event.

Thank you. Thoughts about the changes?

Ah, another great adaption. You did a good job making Spitfire seem not actually completely incompetent. I hope you don't think I am poking at you I just always thought Spitfire was a horrible leader in the show. I can say that everything fits perfectly and I like that instead of suddenly being a leader Rainbow decides to stay a subordinate so that she can learn.

I never viewed Spitfire as a bad C.O. but the writers of the show clearly had an agenda about the residential Pride Flag and how to make her look good.

11132306 I got the feeling that the wanted Rainbow look good, but I did get a sense that Spitfire did have a lot to learn about being a leader. Also that the Wonder Bolts were seriously behind the times with a lot of things and Spitfire was just one reflection of that. In fact that comics seemed to show that the Wounder Bolts had a lot to learn about thing. On such example is that an Earth Pony that worked in Wonder Bolts, his parents were Wounder Bolts and that was why he was allowed to be there, if only to clean the floors. This did not stop him from trying to fly as he made the first air ships of Equestria and even a flight pack but he would not be recognized for these invasions until more modern times because of command views changed.
I consider the comics B-cannon until the show counter it.

I think we had civilian writers that had little to no idea about how to write military officers outside from what they saw from the 80's and 90's films that let's be frank had on reservations of being irrelevant to hierarchy in general. At best, the writers don't know what they were writing about.

I've finally finished this chapter. This is another one of your Rainbow connection.
I like that you've added Sunflower and Babs to allow for a connection that gave an interesting twist.

Well as I continue to write, or rather revisit stories, expect some carryovers. Also, the setting was Manehatten in the show, why not include known members of the Apples Clan there?

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