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Sharp Quill


This story is a sequel to Inevitabilities

The conclusion to the trilogy. Read Destinies and Inevitabilities first.

Updates every Monday and Thursday.

Chapters (15)
Comments ( 29 )

And now the wait for more begins anew....

Epic chapter👍🏿👍🏿👍🏿

I'm literally in the process of moving, and I still dropped everything to read this once I saw it finally came out.

another awesome chapter. Eagerly awaiting the next upload.

YESS!!!!!!!!! God, I remember first reading Destinies almost a decade ago. So thrilled to still be here for the conclusion of this journey.

I hope they will have a big adventure in Knossos :rainbowlaugh:

Well acting for the camera is going to get old real fast, for Twilight if nobody else. Here's hoping miss Yearling can make it fun!

I wonder if Discord set it up to connect to his amusement park already :twilightsmile:

In all seriousness excellent chapter, keep up the good work

So, the section messed up and basically created a magical black hole. Wonderful. I wonder how bad it will get before they can fix it. Future Meg implied things got fairly bad because of them messing with magic they didn't understand. Or is this just a prelude, and they'll mess up even worse further down the line?

It's been a pleasure reading these as they come out - I'm beyond eager to see where things are heading!! It's almost painful waiting for each chapter :fluttercry:

This is getting out of hand. Now there are two of them!


What did they call it in the past? Stereo? :rainbowlaugh:

Once inside she extracted the helmet from a saddlebag and put it on. But before she could turn on the light<span class="s1">—</span>

Pretty sure that isn't supposed to be there.

You are correct, sir. Sigh. Looks like a bug in my export script. Anyway, fixed.

His eyes were locked on that mural. “Our great empire—the work of my father, who ushered in an age of prosperity by wiping out piracy in the Aegean—destroyed by nobodies.”

All we know, all we hope, all we dream, all we want to leave to our progeny, our heirs, our inheritors - chaff before the thresher, straw before the flail. And the remnant? Stonebound grain, ungleaned but by time and the careful pick and brush of the scavenger-bird archeologists' minion's sweep.

So Twilight is likely going to be ultimately "responsible" for the anomaly, if only to prevent the current s:pinkiegasp::pinkiegasp:tshow that it currently is. Love it.

Ever since the anomaly first appeared I've been wondering if it would somehow become the realm of Equestria. I think that's looking more likely. They're now talking about moving it to hyperspace. They just have to also move it to the past.

It would be funny if this does turn out to be the case. The terrorists (or whatever we're calling them) basically create Equestria for them!

"And that's how Equestria was made!"

Good old wobbly wobbly timet wimpy f***ery

I’m loving the book so far! While this story is just as good as it’s predecessors, one thing that I’ve noticed while reading it is that the awareness of all the time loops and the possibility for more loops takes a little bit of suspense out of the conflict. Don’t get me wrong I love all the imperatives, but it does kind of feel like they can always fix things if they didn’t have proof that it wasn’t fixed. (So that it doesn’t become a paradox.) It’s fun having the short story of the future self at the front of the chapters though as well as seeing the characters creative and chaotic problem solving!

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