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If you ever need cover art, just contact me...

i think i just found the nest story im gonna read

Fuck, your fingers must like shoot letters at like 6000 words a minute

Looks promising, I'll get to reading it as soon as I can! I agree with the other Raven though.... you definitely should get some cover art for your stories, even something simple, it really does add a lot. But anyway, a sadfic about the mane 6, sounds good.

you're an amazing writer. you capture every detail. :)

It's a spiritual prequel to his other stories, and it's a damn good one at that.

Glad to see this on FIMFiction at last!

Reading this again sounds oh so tempting. Of course there's still that massive pile of stuff I still need to finish first...

I do absolutely love the characters shown here and their interactions, how Twilight brings them all together and they all grow.

you really capture every detail. I have almost read every chapter today - yes, it's that good.:heart:

:pinkiegasp: you're not going to belive this, but November 7th is my birthday. and that makes this collection all the more meaningful. :) :pinkiegasp:

Dang, I imagine it is pretty difficult to do a stream of consciousness story like this well, but you definitely did it, and you did it in a way that is at the same time so unlike the show, but so true to Pinkie Pie... if that makes any sense to you.

(also I really hate to be that guy, but in all of your stories you say Sugarcube Corners, the actual name is Sugarcube Corner, without the plural)

This was beautiful... I love comfort fics.


I hope it proves enjoyable. Thanks kindly for the fave of it, too.


Actually, getting into the head of crazy people is pretty easy for me. These came out very fast.
I probably shouldn't admit that.
Uh. Also, yes, thank you. I think... I get the name right in one story. And then go back to pluralizing everywhere. I should probably fix that in the first few stories at least.

I was impressed with this story. I admit I love it when characters grow beyond their weakness into better people. How did you find it to get into the character's heads? Also can you show us the story of Celestia's episode?


Thanks very much, I appreciate that and it's a pleasure to see this story getting such a good reception. Once I kind of... had a groundwork for what I was doing, it actually wasn't too difficult to get things down from their perspective: the trickiest part was presenting it properly. As to the very end, that's actually in the events of Moonrise, one of my other stories, and I think there's a link right up on my profile.

Well the presentation was not a problem... and I think I will check out this other story.

the end reminds me of something some one i know went through.

Fluttershy's abused?:rainbowhuh: is this some sick, twisted joke? :flutterrage: great fic though, five moustaches :moustache::moustache::moustache::moustache::moustache:


Fluttershy's mother in the set of stories I've written is just about. The worst thing ever, yes. But thanks very kindly. I'm glad the story proved enjoyable.

This one pissed me off. And don't get me wrong, great fic, excellent phycological profile on the characters. What pisses me off is that Fluttershy doesn't considers herself to be worth something, you could be a dead beat and still have value, what made it worse was that it was her own mother teaching her that! Mothers are supposed to protect you, nurture you, give you a moral code to live by, push you to go for what you want, not make you feel worthless. If I haven't written in your previous chapters it because those are a more common place problem, for me anyways, I have yet to meet a mother that would not tear hell in half to make sure there kids grow up fine and they have some awful kids.


Fluttershy's mother actually ended up being a character I worked with in several other stories, and here and there Fluttershy reflects on her childhood and her mother, and how it's affected her. Sol Seraph is pretty close to irredeemable, if not there already, and SBP only hints at her real nature.
Thanks very much, though. I'm glad the story's been proving good.

I hate you I hate you I hate you I hate you I hate you I hate you I hate you I hate you I hate you I hate you I hate you I hate you I hate you I hate you I hate you I hate you I hate you I hate you

This hurts just as much as the first time

Dangit this still makes me cry


There really are few better comments than these for me. I'm very happy I made an impact, after all. And I'm a little sadistic and all.
But thanks, honestly. I'm glad people still like even this story after all these years, especially with what a weird little experiment this one ended up being. I never imagined it'd end up being so important in its way to the series.

Mr. Bearington's "talking" to Fluttershy is kindof creepy now when you know what happens with G.

I’ll never be… a real boy.

Okay, resigned Pinocchio.

Comment posted by hellcatte deleted Sep 20th, 2015

I vote Twilight Dorkle for pony Jesus.

Equestria will not burn…

Oh, how wrong you are.

Partway through this, seems like the Dash in this one is from the Natta Eda , or similar thought patterns.

Rose, Rose,Rose. What would I do without you and your stories? They are magnificent. Surely worthy of publishing.

I had a feeling that it was a tie-in story to the 99 Worlds/Natta Eda saga when you first mentioned Shy's mother, it got stronger when you wrote about Rainbow Dude and was confirmed by the last chapters.


Thank you very much. I'm just glad you're enjoying these stories: yes, this one probably. Helps make a lot of things in the Edda make a lot more sense, since it takes place between Moonrise and Lunar Lights and explains a fair bit of backstory. This was... I think I actually wrote it alongside Moonrise, since I started with the Pinkie story, then it evolved from there. Since in Moonrise, well, Dash was still relatively standard Dash and all, but then I think I combined these and that's what ended up forming the basis of the Edda, so to speak.

5279389 Thanks for the speedy reply Rose.

I must admit that I think it was your stories that helped me get a slightly higher grade in my English Literature exams.

I was reading the 99 Saga during the exam period. Took me just over a month to read the entire saga, around all of the preparation and school and such.

and one day I’ll the one trapped in the mirror

I'll be the

Very nice job with the stream of consciousness. It really amplifies Pinkie's distress and fears and reads very much like what one would expect from delving into her mind. Here's hoping the other character studies are just as good.

but I know she’d got running her mouth

'go', I think.

That's a very unique idea for Applejack. Also very excellently handled. Combining both prostitution and incest while linking them both to her reputation is a genius idea that I would imagine to be very difficult to write properly, but you did a stellar job of it.

This one is easily the most terrifying one for me thus far. At least Pinkie knows that her thoughts are twisted and wrong. The fact that Fluttershy doesn't is what makes this whole chapter so chilling.

'mother' is always used as a proper noun in this chapter, so it should always be capitalized.

and acting like we’re the best of friends in happy world

in 'a' happy world, or just 'Happy World'

Catharsis is a good title for this chapter. I certainly found myself tearing up.

I went and mad e a reputation with the city-folk not as a farmer


Lovely. I'm glad all the loose ends are going to be tied up.


They both smiled t the sight of Pinkie Pie


Truly a beautiful, heartwarming story. I want to write a better comment, but I'm feeling rather brain dead at the moment. Just know that you did a wonderful job with creating and addressing these character pieces.


Thank you very much. For the favorite, the watch, and especially for the edits you noted here and there, I really appreciate that. I always tend to miss a few here and there and it's always really helpful when people take the time to do that as well as leave feedback and their thoughts.
I'm glad you were able to enjoy the story. It was definitely a jump down a bit of a strange path for me, and a bit of an experiment, just to see what would happen. This ended up playing into my main series a little, actually, but overall I just wanted to... try something a lot different from my usual writing, and ended up doing this, twisting things around and seeing where I could take it all.
Thanks again. Readership is always very much appreciated.

Geez, the six of them have some deep rooted problems, don't they?

Does getting the EoH come with the requirement of having mental issues, or is the general population worse?

OK, time to set up a "hug an EoH charity" now.

Some sort of inferiority complex and gambling addiction, eh?

go go inspector sparkle

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