• Member Since 26th Apr, 2013
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Professor of Antiquities at Pallomare University and a consulting editor at Polo House, Inc. Publishing. Occasionally goes by the pen name 'Dragontrapper'


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  • Magical Mystery Oops Twilight manages to turn her self into a draconequus - now the only one who can help her learn to control her new chaos magic and change back is Discord. What could possibly go wrong? by BookeCypher 94,252 words · 30,386 views · 3,186 likes · 52 dislikes

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Just finished reading Magical Mystery Oops up to the latest chapter, Go for the Throat.

I would just like to complement you on how you use pop culture references in this story.
Not because they are there, but in the fluid way they have been used.

Never once have I come across something and thought "That's a reference to something, but I have no idea what." [I've had this happen when reading several other stories.]
They fit in the natural flow of the story, work without the reader getting the reference, and don't jar the reader out of the story with the thought of "what am I missing here?" Several times I've read comments after a chapter and seen people talking about something that I had no clue was a reference to anything.
Bravo BookeCypher, on doing a wonderful job when it comes to using pop culture references.


I'M YOUR 300TH FOLLOWER!!!:pinkiehappy::pinkiehappy::pinkiehappy:

2393003 Yeah, I don't find a reason to do it much.

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